Certificate in Company Law is designed to introduce learners to the key functions and principles of the company law. This course examines the various structures of the company, their formation, appointment and removal of directors, corporate governance, general and legal duties of directors, the legal nature and structure for a company, managing team, finance, maintaining compliance and insolvency.
Learning Objectives of the Certificate in Company Law
After completing this course, you should:
Be able to understand the nature and policy development in company law.
Be able to understand the constitution of a company.
Be able to identify the difference between shareholders and directors.
Identify the rights of directors and shareholders in the case of insolvency.
This course includes key topics relating to Company Law.
Continuous professional development (CPD)
This course also provides continuous professional development to individuals. 1 hour of learning will give you 1 CPD point.
How will you study?
Our learning portal will be available to your study 24/7. You can use your Desktop Computer, Laptop, Mobile or Tablet anytime in a flexible way to study entirely online.
Assessment methods include Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) and/or short questions.
Results and Certificate
You will get your MCQs results instantly after you complete the test while short questions result, and certificates will be issued within 3 working days.
Certificate in Company Law is open to all learners without any entry restrictions.
Who is this course for?
Certificate in Company Law is useful for individuals from all over the world who are already on job or re-entering employment after a period of absence and for those who are seeking a career change.
Achieving the Certificate in Company Law will assist those who have set up a company or intent to do so with intensive knowledge as legal requirements to run it. You can also work as a Legal Consultant, Director, Secretary, Board Member, Business Owner, Conflict Manager, or Legal Executive/Adviser.
Companies – An Overview, Formation and Types
Appointment And Removal Of Directors
General Duties Of Directors
Management Skills for Senior Officers
Managing Finance, decision making and an Annual Statement of Compliance
Maintaining Compliance – Record Keeping, a Director Report and Closing a Company