Associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and AdministratorsStaff member of the Institute for Chartered Secretaryaries and Administrators
Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries (Hongkong Institut der Chartered Secretaryaries)
Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries (HKICS or the Institute) is a trade association that trains individuals who perform functions as corporate secretaries, corporate government advisors, non-executive officers, corporate venture capitalists, and more. As a member, he will ensure that individuals remain at the cutting edge of the latest trends and best practices in the field of corporate Governance.
Once successfully elected, an Associate or Fellow becomes a member of either the Institute or the International Secretariat, and may call himself a Chartered Secretary. It is the duty of all members to adhere to the highest leadership and ethic conduct principles. According to the statutes of either ISSA or the Institute, neither student nor graduate are members of ISSA or the Institute.
Under the following conditions, enrolled members of the Institute can become members: - be an International Qualification Program (IQS) holder and have a degree; and- have appropriate work history before, during or after registering as a Institute undergraduate; and- be a suitable individual in terms of both nature and reputation.
Associates and Fellows who have double membership of either the ICSA or the Institute may use the designation letter below:
Secretaryaries Chartered Southern Africa (CSSA)
Chartered Secretaryaries is an internationally recognized credential currently recognized in more than 70 nationalities. The Chartered Secretaryaries of Southern Africa is a department of Intercontinental Business Aviation (ICSA), which is the world' s largest institute of Chartered Secretaryaries and Administrators. Southern African skills are offered at four different level, enabling the student to be employed at every phase of their study during their study.
Because of the financial circumstances, this is an additional advantage when choosing a skill. The Chartered Secretaryaries work in publicly and privately owned corporations, company secretariats, law offices and auditing corporations. Creative and social work is a key requirement of the Creative and Social Affairs Association (CSSA). You must have an interest in economics and society, be confident in communicating with others, have effective organizational skills and pay close attention to details.
Workplaces know what they get when they hire a college and college member. Upon completion of the Qualification Board examination and the appropriate professional background, you will become a member of the Institute and Chartered Secretary. There is a great deal of regard and demand for this heading as it puts you at the top of questions of governance.
Currently there is a lack of skilled and seasoned Chartered Secretaryaries, enabling prosperous college graduates to quickly scale the career path and receive outstanding abilities and rewards. CSSA has three types of education that the student needs to be able to use. Every qualifying course is a training program consisting of brief modules. Read the following program information.
It is the first of the CSSA's vocational qualification programmes. Students acquire hands-on experience and expertise in managing and administering the work place, which can be used in a wide range of companies, as well as an appreciation of their philosophies and business needs. This is also a move towards a higher stage of leadership, administrative and financial education, and it extends the learner's career path.
Students will be able to perform a wide range of managerial tasks, ranging from administrational to finance, contract and technology. There are four classes in the program: It is the second of the CSSA's vocational qualification programmes. Students acquire the levels of skills and expertise necessary for managerial, executive and managerial roles in the real world, while at the same time gaining an appreciation of the corporate culture and needs of the Group.
The program also provides a move towards a higher standard of education in the areas of governmental, managerial and fiscal matters, as well as expanding learners' career development prospects. Students are able to perform a wide range of administrational tasks in the areas of business information system design, business information system design, tax and accountancy. There are five classes in the program:
It is the third program of the third set of vocational training courses offered by the CSASA. The program provides executives and administrators with expertise and abilities related to administrative, managerial and compliance work. This is also a wide-ranging skill focusing on government, administrative and policy matters in the general government and business sector. Upon completing this course, the student is entitled to become an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Business Development.
There are four classes in the program: It is the fourth of the CSSA's vocational skills programmes and is generally referred to as the Board Levels. It is the last step in determining your suitability for membership of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (CSSA). Upon completing this course, the student is entitled to become a member of the Chartered Institute of Business Management.
There are four classes in the program: Please be aware that you may need to apply for full enrollment if you wish to enroll in a specific course or group of course.