The Henley Certificate in Board Practice and Directorship is a flexible part-time programme, with each module consisting of a two-day workshop combined with self-study.
There is pre-reading and research shared as course materials. Each module, led by our faculty, is delivered through interactive sessions combining research, theoretical and
real-world perspectives. During the programme, there is continuous peer learning with group work, activities and presentations.
The cohort participants typically come from a range of industries with different board experiences, providing opportunities for networking and exploration of thinking.
Your assignments will be focused on you in your organisation and on a group case-study.
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