The ILM
training programme

Welcome to the professional development section of the website where you can find details of the courses, conferences and workshops on offer from ILM.

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Training elements

Essentials training

Our ever-popular Essentials training is delivered online and covers all aspects of legacy management, from reading Wills through to Inheritance Tax. The training is ideal for beginners or those needing a refresher.

Sessions are run by experts and are completely interactive, offering delegates the opportunity to ask questions both during and after each session, and discuss issues with hosts and other students.

Core Knowledge

Our new e-learning system is designed for people who prefer to study at their own pace and in their own time. Providing in-depth information, each module offers students the opportunity to learn everything they need to know about a specific topic.

Written by an expert in their field, each module offers both online and printed materials followed by a multiple-choice test and a short essay. Students also receive a certificate upon completion.

Certificate in charity legacy administration (CiCLA)

The Certificate in Charity Legacy Administration, known as CiCLA, is delivered in partnership with the University of Law and is the only nationally accredited legacy qualification in the UK.

The course is distance-learning so it can be undertaken at your own pace, when and where you like. Course materials consist of a pack of written materials divided into six units. Each unit includes a set of self-assessment exercises to help you set the work in a practical context.

Online events

We run a series of free webinars and more in-depth seminars throughout the year, covering topics of interest and relevance to all members. The training is delivered by an ILM Corporate Partner or outside expert, and attendees also get the opportunity to ask questions before and during the live events.

These events are an opportunity to keep up to date with the latest developments in legacy administration.