Following Britain’s decision in June to leave the European Union, there is no doubt that individuals and businesses must take all possible steps to acclimatise to the new economic environment, and in doing so ensure that they are not thrown off-course by future market uncertainty. The new economic situation will also offer many opportunities for those equipped to identify them. However, many individuals and businesses may be unsure of how to find the information, and learn the skills they need to withstand and thrive in this transitionary period. As a leading provider of professional training in the fields of Finance and Management, the European Centre of Technology (ECT) will deliver the crucial knowledge and skills necessary for businesses and individuals to adapt effectively to this new situation, in an upcoming two-day training course.
The course – “The UK’s Exit from the EU: Financial Preparation for Companies” – will run in early September and be held at the University of London. It will equip individuals and SME’s with the knowledge they need to prepare for the impact of Brexit, and the insight to recognise the opportunities it may offer. Large companies will benefit from an informed discussion of potential post-Brexit financial strategies from the ECT’s expert Lecturer, who has been selected due to his vast experience in the sector. For those based outside the UK, the course will deliver an awareness of how the UK will continue to operate in global trade.
The ECT also works in collaboration with the United Nations – UNEP, as well as leading universities worldwide, and has 40 years’ experience of education through knowledge-sharing and best practice in the areas of Finance, Management and Engineering. Therefore, this training course will provide the most reflexive, up-to-date and comprehensive cover of the UK’s exit from the EU. This is a topic that is still evolving, and ensuring that the training is applicable to the ever-changing potential eventualities of the post-Brexit economy is at the heart of the ECT’s approach.
Paolo Buoni, a director of the ECT, expressed his thoughts on the ECT’S role in helping businesses operate effectively in the changed economic landscape: “With 40 years’ worth of experience in the areas of Finance and Management, the ECT is in a superb position to guide individuals and businesses through the key areas of continuation and change post-Brexit. With the right strategy, businesses can endure the changes and prosper in the new economic environment.
The 2-day training course is also approved to offer the Exam for the internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) to all participants. The GMC is recognised as a gateway to working in the Financial, Management and Engineering sectors globally, and is used by participants as proof of personal skills and knowledge relevant to the industry. The GMC is a useful addition to the CV of those looking to enter a new sector, or for proving knowledge in their consolidated area of expertise, and has been achieved by participants from more than 120 countries worldwide.
The ECT is also holding a free one-hour live training webinar on the 28th July. The webinar, “The UK’s exit from the EU: Financial Preparation for Companies – International opportunities and challenges”, will offer an introduction to the issues covered in the full two-day course that will be held in London in September. Those interested in signing up for this webinar can do so by emailing [email protected] to request access.