Professional Directors Program
Participation in this course meets the recommended best practice for the orientation of directors prescribed in the Revised Corporation Code of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
ICD is a Civil Service Commission (CSC) Accredited Learning and Development Institution.
Boards have the primary responsibility of leading any institution or organization. The Institute of Corporate Directors flagship course, the Professional Directors Program (PDP), trains and orients both incumbent and aspiring directors in the role of boards and members of boards in the governance of their respective establishments.
PDP provides directors with tools to create value for the corporation and helps them become catalysts for transformative change both in their organizations and the society they live in.
ICD taps highly-experienced and internationally-trained individuals, from its roster of teaching fellows, to facilitate the sessions. Highly-interactive learning sessions with ICD's Teaching Fellows, who draw from real-life boardroom experiences during discussions, will ensure that the sessions enrich participants.
The Professional Directors Program is a five-day course that opens with the Corporate Governance Orientation Program (Day 1), to be followed by the significant responsibilities of board directors namely: Strategy (Day 2), Policy (Day 3), Board Oversight (Day 4), and Accountability (Day 5).
inclusive of VAT
Participants may qualify for a 5%
Early Bird Payment discount if fee is settled 2 weeks before the course run
You qualify for a 5% discount if you are referred by a named ICD member
Group of 3 or more qualifies for 5% discount if booked and paid together