All our courses are designed for audiences who meet the description in this section:
The courses are designed for bankers, lawyers and others involved in the negotiation or administration of international loan financings, or in the review of such transactions, whether for the purpose of investment or trading, or for regulatory purposes
The courses are generally designed to be able to be used by those with no prior experience of the subject matter as well as by experienced users. The courses are useful for beginners, as well as to those with practical experience but who have not previously had any in depth formal training on the topics, to help them to fill in the inevitable gaps and to give them a framework to consolidate their practical knowledge. Any course requiring prior experience details the level of experience expected. Those with extensive experience may find the course library particularly useful as that will enable them to focus on their own areas of concern
Technical Requirements. To access the courses you will need a computer with access to the internet, and with a soundcard and speakers. You will also need Adobe Flash Player and Internet Explorer 6 or above, or Safari 2 or above or Firefox 1 or above.
Prospective users must be sufficiently computer literate to use the internet to access the courses and submit assignments (involving attaching word documents to emails)
In addition to the above, users of the study courses need to be able to commit at least 30 hours to the course (or 15 if they follow the key facts option - which omits the background reading). This time commitment will be spread over a number of weeks agreed in advance with delegates