Programme Co-ordinator

UK-Sutton Coldfield
2 months ago
Risk & Compliance
# of Openings

Company Outline





International Compliance Training (ICT) is the primary and longest established training partner of the International Compliance Association. We deliver training worldwide leading to the award of ICA's professional qualifications in governance, risk and compliance, anti money laundering and financial crime prevention. We also provide bespoke training solutions to firms.


Established in 2001, we are passionate about learning and development and tens of thousands of individuals and firms all over the world have realised their training ambitions through us.


These are exciting times to join ICT as we are in a period of change and growth.

Main Purpose of Role

The main purpose of the role is to work as part of the ICT operational team ensuring training programmes are of high quality and delivered to an excellent standard, whether an individual is studying with face-to-face tuition, on-line or as part of a team in-house. The Programme Co-ordinator is central to the smooth and efficient running of the programme from initial enquiry through to assessment. Following the operational processes and ensuring excellent customer service is achieved. The Programme Co-ordinator provides support to the Programme Manager and the Head of Operations.




The Programme Co-ordinator is responsible for excellence in supporting all aspects of the programme:


Event Management:

  • Programme Co-ordinator are responsible for organising the day to day administration of the programme ensuring all aspects are considered: processing programme enrolments; ensuring workshops are not under or oversubscribed and that workshop materials which accompany the programme are up to date and arrive in a timely manner; ensuring exam venues and invigilators are in place and deal with any general enquiries and process any invoices as required.
  • Responsible for collation of workshop feedback and producing feedback reports for circulation to Training and Education Team.
  • They are also responsible for ensuring that students are enrolled on the appropriate LMS and it is suitably updated in accordance with the Programme Manager.

Student Management :

  • The Programme Co-ordinator is responsible, alongside the Head of Operations, Programme Manager and Marketing team for assisting potential students to make the right choice of programme and meet enrolment targets, maintaining a high level of customer support at all times.
  • Processing and following up all prospective enquires within given timescales and encouraging potential students to study with ICT is an important aspect of this role. Programme Co-ordinators are required to attend ICT/ICA Open Days and to follow up with any enquiries generated either before or after the event.
  • The Programme Co-ordinator is responsible in conjunction with Programme Manager and Course Director for providing student support to students throughout their studies via telephone, email and LMS forums ensuring they achieve the best possible learning experience.

Skills and Experience Required


  • Demonstrable administrative experience is required
  • Good verbal communication skills, be consistent in the manner in which a task is tackled
  • Patience and well organised as pressure, multi-tasking and the need to regularly meet tight deadlines are critical factors within this function

The skills required:

  • Excellent oral and written communication
  • Excellent organisation and time management
  • Accuracy and consistency
  • Flexibility and ability to multi-task
  • Reliable and confident
  • Proactive
  • High productivity

We are focused on ensuring that Wilmington remains a great place to work. We value our people and we continue to invest in their career development. We encourage learning, and career opportunities are possible across all Wilmington companies

“We are committed to equality, equality of opportunity and valuing diversity”




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