The Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland (CGI)
The Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland is a professional body that certifies company secretaries / Governance professionals through examination and post qualifications programmes. With 130 years’ experience, the Institute works with regulators and policy makers to champion world class standards of governance.
The Institute train, qualify and support those working in governance at all levels. Whether you are getting to grips with new governance responsibilities or are looking for a career that will set you on the fast track to working with the board, we are here to help.
Its unique portfolio of internationally recognized qualifications develop the skills and understanding of those working in governance across the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.
Qualifying with the Institute enables you to join its professional body as a chartered member to access the following benefits:
- Recognition of your achievement via post nominals
- Access to a professional network
- Opportunities for ongoing support for continuous professional development
- Uphold a code of conduct and ethics
- Be at the forefront of the governance industry
CGI qualifications are recognised worldwide for their depth and status.
It is therefore obvious that studying to become a governance professional is no easy task but things worth having are never easy to come by.
As registered tuition partner of CGI since 2008 and operating from a rather down to earth location in Rose Hill, Belstar Training Centre has helped scores of ambitious young people and women to achieve their goal through continuous hard work and unfailing commitment. Belstar training Centre is accredited with the Higher Education Commission for offering the CGI courses. This entitles sponsoring employers to claim from HRDC a part refund of their outlay. Since June 2022 Belstar operates from a five- star location in Ebene and is now more than ever determined to provide to its students the essential support to take them across the thin dividing line between success and failure.