Course FAQs

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What do I need to bring to the course?

You must bring your own computer, with any relevant software loaded (Excel 2016 or later version is required for all courses). Please also bring any required charging cables, international power adaptors, pens, paper etc. If a course requires additional software to be installed, this will be indicated in the course documentation (or e-mails) that you will receive prior to the course. Please also bring your course confirmation e-mail or documentation, as well as proof of identification

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What is the timing of the course and the breaks?

Unless stated to the contrary in e-mail documentation that you are sent, the course times are 9.15 to 16.45 each day. There will be a 15-minute break in the morning and afternoon (approximately 10.45 to 11.00am and 15.00 to 15.15), and a one-hour lunch break (approximately 12.30 to 13.30).

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What time should I arrive at the premises?

You should arrive at the course premises 15-20 minutes before the course start time in order to sign-in, find the training room, and set up your computer and workspace.

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What is the address of the premises for the course?

The course address may vary from course to course. It will be shared with participants about 10 days ahead of the course (subject to our having received final payment of course fees).

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What is the dress code?

The dress code is business casual.

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Do I need to do any pre-reading or preparation for the course? Are there are pre-requisites in terms of knowledge for each module?

A: In general, course modules are self-contained, so no pre-reading is required. However, it is necessary for you to satisfy the prerequisites for each. There are no prerequisites for Module A. The other modules (i.e. B, C and D) require a solid knowledge of the content of Module A. If you choose to participate in one of these modules (B, C or D) without first having completed module A, then you will be responsible for ensuring that you have the necessary pre-requisite knowledge. Please note that completion of course module A is required in order to be awarded any of the CinFM certificates (apart from the individual course module completion certificates).

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