INSOL International with SARIPA

Programme in South African Insolvency Law & Practice

The Programme in South African Insolvency Law and Practice is offered by INSOL International in conjunction with SARIPA. The programme is aimed at providing registered candidates with comprehensive training in South African insolvency law and practice and covers all aspects of insolvency in South Africa.

INSOL International and SARIPA aim to provide an affordable, easily accessible course for anyone with an interest in this field that can be completed at a realistic pace with the use of modern technology. To this end, the course is presented entirely online and does not require registered candidates to travel anywhere in order to complete the course. Although this course will be presented in this manner (and under the co-banner of INSOL International) for the first time in 2022, it is important to note that this course has been presented since 1995. The course is well established and hundreds of people have completed the course since its inception.

The programme is presented in one-year cycles between 1 January and 31 December. The prescribed materials for the programme have been prepared by experts in practice and academia, reflecting a wide pool of specialised expertise. Apart from the comprehensive written materials provided to candidates on the course, there are also a number of live sessions, presented via Zoom or Microsoft Teams, The programme is well placed to prepare inexperienced practitioners or new entrants to the field of insolvency by providing them with a sound theoretical and practical knowledge of the basics of South African insolvency law.

Enrollment:  01 October - 24 December 2021
Commencement:  01 January 2022
Enquiries: David Burdette

Before applying, please first read the course brochure to ensure that you meet the entry criteria for the course.

Course Brochure: Please download the brochure for more information on the course modules, leaders and fees.

Course Link: Please visit the Programme page on the INSOL website to apply

INSOL International

Foundation Certificate in International Insolvency Law

The Foundation Certificate in International Insolvency Law course (Foundation Certificate), offered by INSOL International, is a postgraduate selfstudy certificate programme aimed at inexperienced or new entrants to the insolvency profession, especially in emerging market and developing jurisdictions. While this course is now open for anyone to register on, regardless of the number of years’ experience they may have, please note that this certificate programme is suitable for and aimed at persons with less than five years’ experience in the field of insolvency and turnarounds.

INSOL International aims to provide an affordable, easily accessible course for working practitioners that can be completed at a realistic pace with the use of modern technology. To this end, the course is presented entirely online and does not require registered candidates to travel anywhere in order to complete the course.

The Foundation Certificate course is presented in one-year cycles between 1 September and 31 August each year and can be completed in one year, or over the course of two years should candidates wish to pace themselves in the completion of the course. Registered candidates are required to complete eight modules in order to obtain the certificate, three of which are compulsory modules and five of which are elective modules. For the elective modules, candidates can choose from 35 jurisdictions in five regions across the globe, as well as a general module dealing with ethics and professional practice.

Enrollment:  01 May - 20 August 2021
Commencement:  01 September 2021
Enquiries: David Burdette

Before applying, please first read the course brochure to ensure that you meet the entry criteria for the course.

Course Brochure: Please download the brochure for more information on the course modules, leaders and fees.

Course Link: Please visit the Programme page on the INSOL website to apply

 


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