Tuesday, June 19, 2012

My CIFP Course Outline!

Posted by Lil' Sue at 6/19/2012 11:35:00 AM
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CIFP COURSE OUTLINE

Long way to go hehehe.. I just finished TWO papers.... 12 modules to go...and guess whatt?? Tomorrow is my International Business Final Exam!!!

PART I: BUILDING KNOWLEDGE
Part I covers everything from theory to wealth planning and management. On completion students can apply for Associate Member status from ACIFP (Association of Chartered Islamic Finance Professionals).

Part I Papers:
Shariah Aspects of Business and Finance, SH 1002
Shariah Rules in Financial Transactions, SH 1003
Islamic Economics, IE 1001
Islamic Capital Market, IB 1006
Wealth Planning and Management, TK 1003
Reporting of Islamic Financial Transactions, IE 1002
Deposit & Financing Operations of Islamic Banks, IB 1005
Islamic Financial Institutions and Markets, IB 1004

PART II: BUILDING SKILLS
Part II equips students with the required skills in handling operational issues and Islamic financial transactions such as structuring corporate financing and issuing Islamic securities. On completion students can apply for Proficient Member status from ACIFP.

Part II Papers:
Shariah Issues in Islamic Finance SH 2002
Structuring Financial Requirements IB 2001
Risk Management of Islamic Financial Institutions IB 2002
Managing Islamic Financial Institutions IB 2003
Ethics and Governance IE 2001
Takaful and Actuarial Practices TK 2002

PART III: BUILDING COMPETENCY & EXPERIENCE
The final part is a 6-month articleship programme that provides students with practical experience in the Islamic financial services industry. On completion students are fully CIFP qualified. Students can apply for Practising Member status from ACIFP.

Part III Articleship:
Malaysia based study - INCEIF will place students at pre-selected institutions in Malaysia. If students have a preferred institution, that institution must be pre-approved by INCEIF.
International based study - students may arrange their own articleship. Upon request, INCEIF will provide a supporting letter to the preferred institutions.
Working students - students who are already employed at the time of the articleship may continue working at your workplace and may convert a six-month period of your employment to articleship provided if prior arrangements are made with INCEIF.

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