Course level : Level 7 - Expert
The Professional Post Graduate Diploma in Governance Risk and Financial Crime Compliance (PPG Dip Governance Risk and Financial Crime Compliance) is an executive level academic qualification, equivalent to the first year of a masters level programme. This leadership programme has been created and will be delivered by international senior practitioners. It is designed to sharpen the strategic skills of senior managers and those aspiring to hold the highest compliance positions within an organisation.
This Level 7 (Expert) qualification offers:
By undertaking the whole PPG Dip, individuals will develop competencies in strategy creation and on-going implementation, change management and continuous improvement. Skills in strategic compliance management and the utilisation of data in the ongoing risk mitigation are developed and issues around governance, ethics and stakeholder management are explored. The importance in cultivating good corporate governance and ethical culture and how it can be implemented is a key aspect of the programme along with the financial management, application of RegTech and Fin Tech and how to be an inspirational compliance leader.
The purpose of the whole programme is to equip current and future compliance leaders with the requisite skills they need to perform to the optimum, concentrating on bottom-line performance whilst protecting both the reputation and financial performance of the first they represent and the best interests of the consumers.
|Self-study||Recommended 60 hours (10 hours per module)|
|Face to face Masterclass||36 hours|
|Reflective Journals||Recommended 18 hours (3 hours per module)|
|Competency based Interview||2.5 hours|
Learners will be assessed using two methodologies. They will be required to write a reflective journal covering each of the masterclasses in which they will be required to articulate the key learning/development points, which may be supported by evidence from their own wider readings. A selection of the reflective journals will also contain a requirement to articulate how the learning/development points have been, or will be, implemented in their roles.
Upon completion of the reflective journals, the candidates will be required to attend a live assessment, scheduled for 2 hours, during which they will be asked to articulate examples of how they have dealt with (or would deal with) situations requiring application of the key learning principles, including leadership, judgement, strategic thinking, problem solving and technical knowledge.
Students are eligible if they have an ICA diploma and 5 years’ experience in a senior compliance role or have completed 8 years’ work experience or more in a senior compliance role.
Individuals will be required to demonstrate strategic and leadership skills in the work environment. Roles where the individuals have purely been subject to compliance requirements (e.g., Relationship Managers) or roles where they are implementing the strategy of others (e.g., compliance mid-level managers) will not be considered appropriate. Applicants will be asked to submit their CV as evidence of relevant experience and may be subject to an interview with a member of the ICTA Academic Team.
The ICA is an inclusive provider of education qualifications, please get in touch if you need additional support to undertake a study programme.
We recommend submitting a copy of your updated CV for course eligibility assessment. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon completion, you will be rewarded:
Each module is $2,650 plus GST.
For ICA’s ICA Professional Post Graduate Diploma in Governance, Risk and Financial Crime Compliance, each module is considered as one programme.
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