Electronic training is one of the most modern methods of distant learning. By implementing different training tools and through the website, this training method makes contacts between teachers and students possible. Not having to be present in a class at a specific place, offering quality training contents and support and reg- istration of numerous students, are among the features of this training method.

IBI started the electronic training in 2010, with the long-term higher diploma program. In this program, 29 courses and totally 77 units were electronically produced and taught. In addi- tion, three online tutorials are held to solve stu- dents’ problems.

In addition to the higher diploma program, the electronic  training courses were developed, as of 2012, for holding these unrelated Bach- elors degrees. In these courses, the electronic contents for 35 units have been developed and presented to the students through the learning management system (LMS). It is worth not- ing that 1636 students have to date graduated through the electronic trainings.

Due to the importance of short term profes- sional courses for the banking system, IBI is planning to develop and expand its electronic trainings in this field by utilizing the state of the art technology.

IBI has been offering various short term programs for management and personnel of the banks in various levels in recent years with a view to enhancing  the  trainees  capabilities. In these programs IBI, through its competent teachers, and also by utilizing the vast banking network, transfers know-how and experience of the banking network, both local and worldwide, to participant Short-Term Training’ courses students. Such programs have had significant impact on the productivity of the banking personnel and on the performance of banks in general.

 

:Following is a list of short term courses offered at IBI

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Titles

1

Financial Appraisal of Investment Projects

2

Excel for bank’s officers

3

Islamic Financial Instruments

4

Legal Aspects of Financing International Projects

5

Islamic Code of Conduct

6

Professional Code of Conduct and Human Relations

7

Organizational Behavior and Code of Conduct

8

Value at Risk

9

Time Value of Money and its Application in Banking

10

Financial Appraisal of Small Projects

11

Principles of Banking Accounting

12

Accounting Principles (2)

13

Safety Principles and Regulations

14

Credit underwriting

15

Letters of Credit

16

Local Letters of Credit and Fraud

17

Econometrics

18

Effective Communication Models in Banking

19

Forex(1)

20

Forex(2)

21

Tellers’ Issues

22

Debt  Securities Underwriting

23

INCOTERMS 2010

24

Introduction to Forex

25

Introduction to Stocks

26

Introduction to Banking

 

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Titles

27

Introduction to the Islamic Banking

28

Introduction to Stock Exchange

29

Introduction to Bank Guarantees

30

Introduction to Cheques and its Legal Aspects

31

Introduction to banking System

32

Introduction to E-payment Systems (1)

33

Introduction to E-payment Systems (2)

34

Introduction to Money and Banking Law

35

Introduction to Administrative Laws and Regulations

36

Introduction to Credit Cards

37

Introduction to Money and Banking

38

Introduction to Banking Law and Commercial Law

39

Introduction to Banking System

and Money and Banking Law

40

Introduction to Financial Instruments

and Institutions for Managers

41

Accounting and Financial Reporting for Banks

42

Internal Audit for Banks

43

Banking Law (1)

44

Banking Law (2)

45

E- banking Law

46

Commercial Law

47

International Trade Law with Emphasis on Banks

48

Financial Law Procedure

49

Local Letters of Credit Procedures

50

Comparative Successful Strategies of Marketing of Banking Services

51

Credit Rating

52

Credit Rating and its Role in Credit Policies

  

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Titles

53

Organizational Behavior and Effective Communication

54

Management Principles and Supervision

55

Operational Risk Management for Banks

56

English for Foreign Bank’s Personnel

57

Investment and Calculation of Commission

58

Cash Flow Statements

59

Forex Letters of Guarantee

60

Rials Letters of Guarantee

61

Finance

62

Decision Making

63

Speech Techniques

64

Effective Decision Making Techniques for Managers

65

Oral Skills

66

Telephonic Negotiation Skills

67

Applied Excel for Banking Mathematics

68

Introduction to Securities Markets

69

English for Foreign Branches’ Personnel

70

Oral Skills

71

Comfar III

72

Financial Management

73

Human Resources Management

74

Treasury and Liquidity Management

75

Stress Management

76

Basel II Accord

77

Customer Based Banking

78

Nonperforming Loans

  

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Titles

79

Calculating Loan Payments with Excel

80

Comparative Islamic Banking and Conventional Banking

81

Time Management

82

Managing Banking Risks

83

Principles of Market Risk

84

Economic Appraisal of Projects

85

Economic Market Strategies and Value Generation for Customers

86

Stress and Ways to Deal with it

87

Ethics and Professional Conduct Standard in the Bank

88

Principles of Banking

89

Public Relations Principles

90

600USP

91

Principles of Risk and Insurance

92

Management Principles

93

Accounting Principles (1)

94

Introduction to Derivative Instruments and their Valuation

95

Writing Skills

96

Financial Markets

97

Marketing Banking Services

98

Marketing and Value Creation for Customers

99

Basel II and Credit Risk Management

100

Private Banking

101

Islamic Banking and its Legal and Jurisprudential Foundations

102

Credit Administrative

103

E-banking

104

Applied International Banking



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Titles

105

International Banking(1)

106

International Banking(2)

107

Domestic Banking(1)

108

Domestic Banking(2)

109

Modern Banking

110

Investment Banking

111

Corporate Banking

112

E-commerce

113

Financial Statements Analysis (Advanced)

114

Financial Statement Analysis (Intermediate)

115

Financial Statements Analysis (Elementary)

116

Fraud in International Payments

117

Writing Skills

118

Credit Administration

119

Debt Securities Underwriting

120

Fraud in Letters of Credit

121

Forex Accounting (2)

122

Forex Accounting (1)

123

Local Letters of Credit Accounting

124

Banking Accounting (1)

125

Banking Accounting(2)

126

Banking Contracts Accounting

127

Capital Adequacy

128

General Law

129

Outline of Fundamental Change of Banking System Project

130

General Economics

 

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Titles

131

Internal Control and Inspection

132

Internal Control in Banking System

133

Application of Data Mining in Banking

134

Reengineering of Processes

135

Liquidity Risk and its Management in Banks

136

Money Laundering

137

Principles of International Banking

138

Principles of Organization and Management

139

Directives(1)

140

Directives(2)

141

Modeling Operational Risk a Bayesian Approach

142

Banks Business Plan and its Drafting

143

Customer Relations Management

144

Strategic Management

145

Branches Affairs Management

146

Productivity Management

147

Portfolio Management and Risk Analysis

148

Change Management

149

Balance Sheet Management

150

Risk Management

151

Credit Risk Management

152

Administrative Correspondence

153

English Banking and Commercial Correspondence

154

Farsi Banking and Commercial Correspondence

155

Applied Excel for Banking Mathematics

156

Contract Drafting

 

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Titles

157

Collection Procedures for Past Due Accounts

158

Branches Operational Software

159

Theory of Risk in Money and Financial Markets

160

An Overview of Branches Activities

161

Emotional Intelligence and Stress Management

162

Characteristics of Private Banks

163

Risk Management for Branch Managers

164

Liquidity Risk Management in Islamic Banking

 

  

 In the academic year, starting on September 2013 a total of 197,135 man-hours of such short-term trainings have been offered to the banks and credit institutions by IBI. Future plans of IBI include collaboration with interna- tional institutes involved in banking education leading to professional degrees, holding joint seminars and ed- ucational tours.

 

 

 

These program are

a)Higher diploma program in banking, held both conventionally and virtually, within a period of 3 and a half years

b)Non-integrated bachelor program, held  conventionally,  soon  to  also  be held virtually, in Banking Management, Banking Accounting, Risk and Financial Markets, and Economics of Money and Banking, within a period of 3 and a half years. This program is presented in 4 fields of Banking management, Banking Accounting, Risk and Financial Markets and Economics of Money and Banking.

c) Masters equivalent program, held conventionally, in Banking and Banking Ac-counting .Students have to date written over 600 dissertations in banking, banking accounting, banking  management, economical and financial laws, and private law.

 Graduates of these programs are grant- ed certificates with academic stature accepted by the banking system. The rules and regulations of Ministry of Science, Research and Technology are complied with in these programmes.

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