Third largest in the world to provide the elite that leads the world of business, HEC-Paris wants to allow a greater number of managers and financial professionals to retrain but especially to have access to its training. This 140-year-old business school is launching the “Executive Certificate Finance Blended Learning”.
HEC-Paris wants to intensify the skills enhancement of African managers and managers from Côte d’Ivoire. For this purpose this elite business school launches the “Executive Certificate Finance Blended learning”. A diploma training that will alienate virtual training and face-to-face with a program that is divided into 3 modules. The information was delivered to the press on Thursday, April 4th by Mr. Alexis John Ahyee Director of HEC-PARIS in West and Central Africa. Thus, from May 7 to October 20, 2019, Managers, managers and entrepreneurs, executives of the banking profession, financial accountants and management controllers, who wish to follow the module 1 of this training namely the Executive Online Certificate in Corporate Finance (ICCF). During this module which will take place essentially online students will be equipped on the techniques of financial analysis, valuation of society and choice of investment and financing. The second part of this program is a cycle of 2 modules that will require the presence of students in the premises of HEC-Paris in Abidjan. From November 11 to 15 and from December 09 to 13, 2019, participants in this program, whose average age will be 39, with an average of 14 years of management experience, will complete their knowledge of creating value through financial policies and better learning how to understand financial strategies and decisions. The aim of this training, which will take place at the same level of program as in Paris, is to get these African managers to master the main concepts of corporate finance; deepen their knowledge in order to enable participants to carry out a financial diagnosis, evaluate a company, understand its financial policy and master the financial stakes of an external growth operation; integrate the financial dimension into the overall strategy of the company.
According to Mr. Alexis John Ahyee, the Executive Certificate Finance is part of the curriculum of a training diploma master specialized “Financial Management Blended Learning” of HEC-Paris. The costs of this training amount to 2400 euros for the certificate online and 9000 euros for the certificate finance. Through this training, HEC-Paris offers an opportunity for managers and finance executives to retrain on the spot to “learn to dare”, gain value and change levels.
Mireille Patricia Abié