"An excellent programme, useful to all central bankers attached to the board in any capacity," according to Arti Sinha, Deputy General Manager at the Reserve Bank of India.
And: "An unforgettable learning experience in a very congenial environment," says François Van Zyl, Head of Strategic Management at the South African Reserve Bank.
These are just two of many testimonials for Central Banking’s well-established training series we have received over the years. In fact, central bankers from 140 different institutions have attended Central Banking seminar courses, which range in topic from government debt management, to press relations, to the management of IT systems.
The training is organised and facilitated by experts, many of them current or former central bankers themselves. But the opportunity to network and make new friends in a congenial – and at the same time decidedly academic – environment is equally important.
There are still some places available on courses that will run at Christ's College Cambridge between September 9 and 12, and also between September 16 and 19, 2014. This is one of the most historic and serene of Cambridge’s colleges – a wonderful place to learn and make new friends – where delegates at Central Banking’s training series can stay in rooms at the college, dine in the college hall and relax in the college bar – not forgetting the full days of study and the exchange of ideas.
"It was a my honour to be here," said another Central Banking delegate, Zuzana Silberova of the Czech National Bank. High praise indeed – and yet, in the spirit of academic endeavour, every delegate at our seminar series supports the intensive learning experience of the new friends and colleagues they meet on the courses.
Central Banking is indisputably the leading independent provider of training to central banks and, in the secure and private environment of our courses, senior managers from the many different professional disciplines of central banking can benchmark their knowledge and working practices against those of their peers around the world.
Find out more here, and we look forward to meeting you in Cambridge soon.