‘The institute’s Education and Training Department will be working in close conjunction with ABG Professional Information (the institute’s commercial arm) to produce the material as part of its broader drive to deliver the new syllabus this September,’ a spokesman said.
The English ICA normally leaves the production of study packs in the hands of training providers such as BPP and ATC.
The spokesman added:’The move will ensure greater synergy between study packs and exam papers, greater flexibility to respond to the training needs of individual firms and enhanced control of costs.
‘It will also ensure that course material closely reflects the new syllabus which aims to break down the barriers between subjects and disciplines and create a qualification which places emphasis on traditional skills within a modern business environment.’
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