Chartered Banker Diploma

Aimed at providing you with an extensive, detailed and critical knowledge and understanding of the banking sector, this programme will develop your skills and abilities to make professional judgements and informed decisions in relevant work situations.

Associate Chartered Banker Diploma
 
An ideal opportunity to build upon your current skills and experience and gain a professional qualification or, for those holding one of our foundation qualifications, such as the Professional Banker Certificate or Diploma, the next step towards Chartered Banker status.
Professional Banker Diploma
 
Building on the Professional Banker syllabus, the programme supports development of technical knowledge and skills relevant to your role.
Professional Banker Certificate
 
An ideal introduction to the banking sector for those new to the sector, or working in non-banking specialisms, such as HR, IT, or Marketing. It develops a core understanding of key banking functions and principles, and introduces the concept of ethical professionalism.

Certified Bank Director Programme
The Certified Bank Director programme is a unique, specialist governance programme, designed specifically for Bank Directors, (executive and non-executive) or, those operating at executive committee level. It is an intensive 10 day programme completed in two separate blocks of five days during each. At a cost of  $5000, the programme will provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the unique governance issues associated with banks arising from the inherent complexity of banking business models and their risk profile.
On completion of this programme candidates will:
•    Understand the essence of a bank, the banking system, the lessons from the banking crisis, and the likely future development of banking post-crisis including the implications of Basel III
 
•    Appreciate the implications of recent regulatory changes and the legal, regulatory and governance framework relevant to board directors
 
•    Know the components, measurement and control of bank risk, stress testing, funding and credit risk
 
•    Comprehend the unique risk profile of banking models, including the systematic and systemic implications of risk-related policies in the context of strategy and the relationship between risk appetite, profitability and stakeholder maximisation
 
•    Appreciate the efficacy of the internal governance processes and the application of best practice
 
•    Understand the behaviours required from well-functioning boards and the expectations and requirements of individual
On successful completion of this programme, candidates will earn the professional designation of Certified Bank Director



Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
The AICB  recognises that knowledge and skills can be attained from a broad range of learning.The Institute is therefore committed to ensuring that, where appropriate, knowledge and skills which are gained via the certificated programmes of other recognised awarding bodies can be given credit towards its own professional qualification programmes.  

What is Prior Learning?
Prior Learning is any learning that is undertaken by an individual prior to enrolling for a qualification made by the AICB. Learning must be relevant to the knowledge, skills and understanding which will be assessed as part of that new Institute qualification.

What is Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)?
Recognition of Prior Learning (also known as Approved Prior Learning) is the process whereby the Institute is able to formally recognise previously assessed and certificated learning and make an award of credit.
This award of credit can then be transferred to the qualification being studied with the Institute, which means that the academic study requirements of the new qualification will be less than that which is normally required.

How can RPL be used?
Once RPL credit has been awarded, it can be used in two main ways:
1.    To provide a specific amount of credit at a specified academic level which count towards a AICB qualification - this is the most common use of RPL credit.
2.    To gain a module exemption in respect of one or more specific AICB qualification modules.
3.    
General Principles
•    Applications are accepted for fully completed and awarded qualifications. The Institute may however, at its discretion, and where the appropriate evidence is provided, consider an award of RPL credit where only individual units / modules have been successfully completed.
•    The minimum amount of RPL credit that will be awarded is 10 credits and the normal maximum amount of RPL credit that will be awarded is 50 credits.
•    RPL credit cannot be awarded unless the prior learning is at least equivalent to level 7 on the Scottish Credit & Qualifications Framework (SCQF). For more information on the SCQF, see Explaining Educational Levels.
•    No AICB  qualification can be attained solely on the basis of RPL credit. At least one Chartered Banker Institute module must be completed in respect of any qualification.
•    The qualification assessment method must be similar in standard, scope and rigour to a AICB module.
•    Academic qualifications, e.g. a university bachelor's or honours degree, must have been completed within the last 10 years in order to be eligible for the award of RPL credit.

RPL Application Process
Anyone wishing to apply for RPL credit should complete and submit the online RPL Application Form, (which is supported by our Recognised Prior Learning - Guidance Notes for Uploading Evidence) along with an attested copy of each relevant award certificate and an attested copy of the relevant transcript of studies orresults letter - these must be in PDF format.
NB. Where the required documentary evidence is not properly attested; or where one or more documents are missing: or where the evidence is not PDF format, the application will not be assessed and will be returned to the applicant.

Attestation of Qualifications / Transcripts
The attestation (certification) of each document must be made by an individual of professional standing. For example, this could be an accountant , notary public, solicitor or doctor. Alternatively, your employer may attest the document(s) if you are employed by a major bank or other major and widely-recognisedemployer.
To attest a copy, the individual should:
•    state the following on the document: 'I have seen the original document and certify that this is a complete and accurate copy'
•    write their name, position and / or capacity, e.g. solicitor, employer, etc. and a contact address and an official stamp wherever possible
•    add their signature and the date.
The Institute may, at its discretion, also require applicants to provide further details of their prior learning, including, for example, one or more of the following:
•    learning outcomes
•    syllabus
•    assessment criteria
•    assessment materials.
The Institute's Awarding Body will, on receipt of the full requirements, review the application to determine if the applicant is eligible to receive and RPL credit. The applicant will normally be advised of the RPL decision by email within 10 working days.

Where an application for RPL credit is declined, the reason(s)  for the application will be stated.
Offers of RPL must be exercised within six months of the date of the notification of the RPL decision.
Fees Payable
No fees are incurred where a student / prospective student applies for the award of RPL credit.
Where an application for the award of RPL credit is successful, a fee is normally payable. The fee is payable in respect of each successful RPL application is dependent upon the number of credits awarded, with each credit attracting a fee of $10.
The maximum fee currently payable in respect of the award of RPL credit is $500.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Policy
View the Institute's full Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Policy.


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