The Directors Education Program (DEP), jointly developed by the Institute of Corporate Directors and the University of Torontos Rotman School of Management, is offered nationally at Canadas top business schools.
Since the launch of the DEP, over 3,800 directors have completed the program, taking the first step towards acquiring their ICD.D designation.
Directors are continually challenged by information gaps, time squeezes and the behavioural dynamics that can be encountered in the boardroom. The ICD-Rotman DEP has been specifically designed to help experienced directors overcome these challenges by introducing activities and processes that assist them in fulfilling their role.
Complemented by some of Canadas most accomplished and highly respected directors-in-residence, this 12-day course is taught by leading governance experts delivered in four three-day modules. The program offers experiential learning through breakouts and board simulations tailored to meet the needs of directors from corporate, Crown, co-operative and large not-for-profit organizations.
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