Institute of Directors Royal Charter
IoD Power Of Words Gibraltar will be running courses at the University of Gibraltar, with international IoD tutors providing a robust and challenging programme over the 10 day modular course beginning in April 2017 through to July 2017.
You may book, pay and attend for each award module individually, or book the full program. Various offers and discounts available Book and find out more
The IoD’s objectives, as set out in its Royal Charter:
• Promote for the public benefit high levels of skill, knowledge and integrity.
• Promote the study, research and development of the law and practice of corporate governance.
• Represent the interests of business to government to foster a climate favourable to entrepreneurial activity.
• Provide services and benefits to members
The Certificate in Company Direction
An integrated, modular development programme encompassing the knowledge and awareness necessary for directors and leaders of all types of organisation. Helping develop skill, knowledge, professional competence and integrity of directors; it promotes the practice of good corporate governance.
The Certificate is a four module programme, designed to provide the essential knowledge required by any director. Examining key issues such as leadership and governance, interpretation and applications of financial data and the employment of strategic management tools to enhance business performance.
A multiple-choice examination at the end of the course tests understanding of this knowledge, a successful pass mark awards you the Certification in Company Direction.
What are the benefits?
• Accredited and globally recognised programme providing a benchmark for director development.
• Supports and maintains best-practice in corporate governance.
• Programmes designed and delivered by directors for directors ensuring applicable, relevant and contextualised content.
• Enhanced performance for individuals.
• Enhanced performance for the organisation.
• Commands respect and recognition, and thereby enhance the reputation of both the individual director and their organisation.
• Delivers an effective non-regulatory means by which the functioning of boards and the overall
corporate governance system can be improved.