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The Diploma is primarily aimed at students operating at manager level and above within the invoice finance and asset-based lending (IF/ABL) industry.
There are three levels of qualification available within UK Finance's IF/ABL Diploma structure. Students must complete the following modules to obtain a specific level of the Diploma qualification:
1. Diploma Qualification
2. Higher Diploma
3. Diploma with Honours
Successful students completing the whole course (Diploma with Honours) will be awarded a 'pass', 'credit' or 'distinction', and students will be able to use the designatory letters 'Dip. IFABL'.
The course starts on 1 December 2022 and the examination will take place in November 2023. This module of the Diploma enables students to develop a thorough understanding of invoice finance and covers the following legal aspects of invoice finance:
Each of the modules is designed to cover a 26-week study plan assuming a study time of approximately four hours per week.
For each of the Distance Learning modules, students will receive a comprehensive workbook and study guide. Assignments will be set during the study period for students to submit for assessment. At the end of the study period, students sit a formal examination.
Other Diploma Modules include: