Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Walsh Institute Offers Certified Treasury Professional Prep in Unique Classroom Program
Enrollment is open for a six-week Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) exam course, which begins Monday, May 5 on the Troy campus of Walsh College. The course will be held from 6to 9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday evenings.
The course is the only one of its kind in Michigan that uses the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) Treasury Learning System,™ which is designed to broaden corporate treasury management knowledge and skills and to quickly improve workplace effectiveness.
A CTP designation can boost marketability and because it reflects competency in the finance professions – whether you’re working as an accounting manager or as a financial analyst, according to the Association for Finance Professionals.
Students will be taught by Stephen Sholty, CTP, assistant professor, Finance, at Walsh. Those students who do not pass the exam may take the class again at no charge.
The course, says Sholty, provides a structured classroom environment where students have the benefit of professional peer interaction. “It’s a 360-degree educational experience – you’re not just working online; students have the benefit of a professional instructor and a certified learning system for an outcome that you just can’t get on your own,” Sholty says.
There are no admissions requirements or application fees for the course. However, to qualify for the exam and the certification, go to www.ctpcert.org/CTPreg/.
Tuition of $1,595 (or $1,495 before April 21st) includes AFP books and online tools.
For information about the CTP course, contact Jan Hubbard, 248-823-1392. To register for the course, go to: www.thewalshinstitute.com/ctpexamprep#.UwqI2xMo7rc.