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Experience an interactive workshop approach with real-world case studies, practical examples and scenarios with the IoD open programmes available in Scotland.

Directorship is a skilled, demanding and challenging profession. The IoD, with its many years of experience educating and developing senior leaders around the world is here to help you rise to the challenge.

Take advantage of a range of flexible study routes will help you develop competencies specific to the knowledge, skills and mind-set required of directors, senior leaders and aspiring directors. IoD open courses can also form part of a tailored training package for you and your organisation.

Individuals and boards are able to complete the Certificate in Company Direction, achieve the Diploma in Company Direction and then progress to Chartered Director under the guidance of local and visiting course leaders. Our programmes are underpinned by the Director Competency Framework, which identifies the knowledge, skills and mind-set required to be an effective director.

Whether you select CPD learning-focused sessions, covering the latest best practice with added opportunities for peer-learning, or the Certificate in Company Direction qualification to gain professional recognition, you will benefit from the world-class content, immediately applicable in both an individual and organisational context.

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For more information, please contact

0131 557 5488

Scotland

Branch and staff contacts can be found on the main Contacts tab

IoD Scotland
10 Charlotte Square
Edinburgh
EH2 4DR


Charlotte Square is a garden square in Edinburgh, Scotland, part of the New Town, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The square is located at the west end of George Street and was intended to mirror St. Andrew Square in the east. The gardens are private and not publicly accessible.