Joint Insolvency Examination Board Training Programme for Insolvency Professionals
The Joint Insolvency Examination Board (JIEB) examinations are a set of professional exams for those who want to become a licensed insolvency practitioner.
Recognised both inside and outside insolvency, the JIEB is your opportunity to lay the foundations for a career in one of the UK's most rewarding professions.
ICAS Professional Development provides an excellent study programme in partnership with BPP, to prepare you for the JIEB assessments. Our training programmes are delivered through a blended learning approach incorporating live interactive lectures as well as classroom-based teaching in Edinburgh.
The Joint Insolvency Examination Board (JIEB) have announced that from 2018 onwards, there will only be one corporate paper and one personal insolvency paper. The exams will also be computer-based and there is the introduction of a case study question in each paper. All candidates are required to apply for examinations through a Recognised Professional Body such as ICAS.
For full details on the programme dates, download the timetable below.
JIEB Insolvency Programme - 2018 Timetable*
To book or for more information please call 0330 060 3303 or contact us.
*Individual sessions may be bookable - please call or email for a tailored price. Please note no further discounts are available on the package prices.
What you will learn?
Whilst this programme has been prepared with JIEB students in mind, it will also provide a valuable update on important subjects such as Money Laundering and EC Regulation, together with highlighting the key changes introduced by the Deregulation Act 2015, Small Business, Enterprise and Employment 2015, The Insolvency (Protection of Essential Supplies Order) 2015 and The Insolvency Practitioners (Amendment) Regulations 2015. It will also cover the new SIPs 1 & 16.
Who should attend?
This programme is tailored to those students intending on sitting one or both of the 2018 JIEB examinations.
About the exam
You can attempt two papers at one sitting, or split the papers over two years. From 2018 onwards, the exam board have confirmed the papers will be 3 ½ hours each and will be computer based. You can decide whether to sit only one paper in which case you are eligible for a licence for corporate or personal appointments respectively.
You will also need to satisfy the practical requirements of your Recognised Professional Body (RPB) or the Department for Enterprise, Trade and Industry (DETI). Requirements can differ, so it's important to look into these before you start your studies. For more information visit the JIEB website
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Full speaker list
Judith Howson LLB (Hons) ACCA MABRP
Judith Howson has worked in the Insolvency profession for 18 years. Judith's work experience began at Buchler Phillips, a year secondment at Ferrier Hodgson Insolvency Practitioners, Kroll, Zolfo Cooper & Deloitte before setting up her own Insolvency Consultancy Practice late 2013.
Judith is ACCA / CPI & JIE qualified. She was Instrumental in establishing the R3 Scottish Women in Insolvency Group and retains a place on the R3 Scotland Committee.
Judith is already carving out a strong reputation for herself as an insolvency trainer by preparing students not only for their future insolvency careers but by ensuring where possible they achieve a pass in their examinations.
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- The 2018 syllabus and structure of the exams
- Exam technique and question practice
- The business of being an Insolvency Practitioner & the Insolvency Guidance Paper’s
- Key Case Law to be aware of
- Money Laundering
- EC Regulation
- SIP 1 & SIP 16
- Key changes to legislation as relevant to each paper
Tel: 0330 060 3303