Head of Finance and Commercial
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A useful course consisting of five sessions to develop knowledge and understanding of finance in civil engineering. Delivered by industry experts, this course is designed for those progressing towards professional engineering registration and will help develop attributes in this area. The course aims to provide you with knowledge that you might not be exposed to in your day to day job and could complement your existing experience.
The online sessions are carried out on Monday evenings for five consecutive weeks as scheduled below.
Each session will be hosted via Microsoft Teams webinars. Joining instructions will be issued the week before, to the email address you have registered with, where session titles and speakers will also be detailed. For any session you cannot attend in person, a recording will be made available to you for a limited time so that you can catch up on the content you missed.
Attending this course contributes directly towards your Continuing Professional Development. We will issue you a certificate soon after the last session, provided you have attended all sessions either at each live event or from watching the recordings. An attendance register will be taken during each session.
Please note that this course will cost £30 for members, £15 for students and £60 for non-members (price inc. VAT).
Discounted fees are available for group bookings of 5 + delegates from the same organisation.
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