Like many of our clients, as new government guidance has been issued, CCT has activated its business continuity plan in an attempt to do the responsible thing as we go through what is a very challenging time for all. We have been successfully working around the travel and meeting restrictions that have been imposed both internationally and locally through virtual learning solutions and other creative tools. As a team we are all consequently working remotely but remain contactable for any queries or concerns you may have.
This doesn’t mean that training has to stop: our elearning offering and virtual classroom are open for business. All our suite of programmes can be delivered remotely through Zoom or skype conferencing depending on your preferences and security requirements. We have extensive global experience in delivering our classroom training using web-based facilities. These training sessions have been well received.
In the next few weeks, we will be holding two free seminars: “Excel skills for financial modelling” and, “The problem with leases” which looks at the impact on reporting and the distortion of risk measures by the new IFRS. The second session is tailored to analysts in front office.
Please look out for an email with further details of these sessions and feel free to circulate to any colleagues who may be interested.
Later this year we will be (re)launching two programmes in partnerships with the London Stock Exchange Group:
- “Finance for the non-finance manager”
- “How do lenders assess your credit risk? how do they behave in distress? How can you manage the risks?”.
Both of these modules will be available as classroom and e-learning/digital packages
If only we had relaunched these 6 months earlier!
During the course of next few weeks, we will be getting in touch to talk about rescheduling and reformatting booked classroom courses into digital or webinar-based deliveries.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with regards to booked classroom training and for any other training concerns that we may be able to help with.