ICA Information Sessions
Find out which ICA qualification is right for you!
Taking the next steps in your career development can be challenging. We pride ourselves on having a wide range of courses and qualifications to suit every regulatory and financial crime professional at any career stage. Which one is right for you?
Our FREE interactive online Information Sessions, presented by our global industry-respected course tutors, are the perfect opportunity to answer that question to ensure you feel confident you are making the right choice.
Each session will focus on a specific core topic area and you can also put your questions directly to our course tutors during a live Q&A session. Our team of expert advisors will also be on-hand throughout to answer any queries via the Live Chat facility.
Each session will include:
All sessions are recorded and available for you to watch at a time and place that will suit you.
ICA qualifications are internationally recognised as evidence of high levels of competence in regulatory and financial crime compliance. Many employers list ICA Diplomas as pre-requisites for advertised mid-senior level roles. The courses are unique and designed to not only enhance your knowledge and skills but also develop your behaviours. You gain technical, specialist knowledge but also vital critical thinking and interpersonal skills to help you stand out from the crowd.
There are four intakes a year for ICA Diplomas in March, July, September, and December (although there is no December intake for the ICA International Diploma in Managing Sanctions Risk).
We offer payment by interest-free, monthly instalments for ICA Advanced Certificates, Diplomas and Professional Postgraduate Diplomas. Alternatively, the cost can be paid in full or via employer invoice.
ICA Certificates and Specialist Certificates align with benchmarks established for the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).
ICA Advanced Certificates, Diplomas and Professional Postgraduate Diplomas, align with benchmarks established by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), which are mapped in accordance with the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications (FHEQ) in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and are quality assured through the University of Manchester, Alliance Manchester Business School.
All named awards comply with the regulatory requirements for the RQF and FHEQ and higher-level awards are devised in line with QAA guidance and descriptions of standards.
Holding an ICA Diploma is not a necessary pre-requisite for this course, however there are strict entry requirements for this executive-level course and your eligibility will be assessed before being approved.
Yes, there is an additional fee of £110 to become an Associate member of ICA while you’re studying. When you enrol online, if you don’t have a current membership, membership will automatically be added to your basket at checkout.
We recommend 4-6 hours per week of study around the virtual classroom and live sessions.
As an ICA member you gain access to the ICA Learning Hub packed with insight, resources and toolkits to keep you ahead of the game.
Yes, we provide sample test questions or assignment questions as part of your learning journey.
You will have two attempts to pass the multiple-choice exam.
No, once you have gained an ICA qualification, there is no re-certification process.
If you want to maintain your ICA membership, you will need to complete continuous professional development/education (CPD/CPE) annually to demonstrate that you are continuously improving and keeping your knowledge up to date.