The ICAEW’ s Certificate in Insolvency (CII) is a flexible learning programme. Primarily developed for professionals based in England & Wales wanting to progress into a career in insolvency or strengthen their knowledge, the certificate equally benefits those outside the UK whose work touches upon the E&W insolvency regime.
CII covers four key areas to ensure that students have a good grounding in the fundamentals of insolvency work and provides a basis for progression to a more advanced qualification in insolvency. The four key areas are: legal and regulatory framework, principles of insolvency, E&W corporate insolvency and E&W personal insolvency.
ICAEW does not impose any timeframe within which candidates must take the assessment. Study and assessments can therefore be planned to fit in with workload and business priorities. However, ICAEW does encourage candidates to attempt the assessment within no more than a few months of completing the modules, as the question banks are updated to reflect changes in legislation and insolvency guidance.
ISS Training’s modules have been designed to cover the CII examination syllabus in full and to offer essential practice on the principal areas in which candidates will be tested. Participants are periodically tested in the course of their studies.
Comprehensive study aids for each module will be provided.
Our independent learning course includes flexible online learning, supported by periodic knowledge checking and a marked mock examination.
For independent learning course details click here.
Click here to watch this short introductory video which explains how our CII course is structured, the format of the exam and how to book.
Online course – independent online learning £1,450 + VAT
The ISS Moodle School is a widely-used virtual learning environment, and is accessible via your desktop or mobile device via the free Moodle app. This allows us to deliver your training materials in a variety of formats including video presentation, reference materials and online assessment (if applicable) in one place on one platform. You will receive a registration for your ISS Moodle account the first time you enrol on an ISS course. All of your ISS course materials will be accessible to you on the Moodle platform for reference and/or download, and you can quickly check your CPD/E record.
Our online learning delivery in live classroom settings take place on the GoToMeeting platform. Our online virtual classroom sessions may be recorded and made available to all participating delegates for review purposes only. We will not release these recordings to any other person or organisation except in conjunction with the above purpose.