International Centre for Parliamentary Studies
The International Centre for Parliamentary Studies (ICPS) exists to promote effective policy making and good governance through better interaction between Parliaments, Governments and other stakeholders in society. The ICPS's primary focus is the empowerment of human capital through capacity building. To this effect, it organises a range of training programmes, conferences and policy discussions to address current public policy issues on the international stage, in the European Union and the United Kingdom. These provide a forum for policy discussion, debate, networking and sharing of best practices.
ICPS is conducting the International Anti-Corruption Certificate course from 25-29 June 2012 in London.
Accredited by the Chartered Management Institute, a leading body that awards internationally recognised management and leadership qualifications,
This certificated programme has been specially designed by expert staff to meet the needs of all those working in the field of anti-corruption, whether it is building public confidence nationally and internationally, auditing international aid, establishing anti-corruption agencies, or managing a robust and transparent procurement process. It provides a comprehensive overview of the processes involved and is an invaluable resource for those working in this area.
Participants will also gain experience in drafting successful proposals to obtain funding for projects from donors and will examine the social, political and economic factors which will facilitate the delivery of their desired goals.
This programme is accredited by the Chartered Management Institute, the leading body that awards internationally recognised management and leadership qualifications.
To register online, refer to http://goo.gl/NhEHj.
Enquiries: Alun Lloyd Morris, International Centre for Parliamentary Studies, Tel: +44 (0) 20 3137 8641, Fax: +44 (0) 845 606 1539, E-mail: email@example.com.
For more about the International Centre for Parliamentary Studies, refer to http://parlicentre.org.