What is Central Banking Training?
Central Banking Training blends practical focus, global expertise and a trusted environment for sharing experiences.
Every year, a growing portfolio of courses is developed to meet the needs of the global central banking community. To equip central bankers to better tackle the challenges they face in their particular disciplines.
At Central Banking, we recognise that the unique nature of the profession requires an informed, balanced and collegiate approach.
Perhaps that’s why, over the past 20 years, more than 7,000 central bankers from over 140 countries have taken part in Central Banking Training.
In 2022, Central Banking’s Training Courses feature three components that enrich the experience and enhance the learning journey: Live Content, the Course Reader and Practical Implementation.
In Live Content, presentations, discussions and workshops encourage interactivity and networking with course chairs, speakers and peers. The Course Reader prepares participants for the course and the Practical Implementation enables delegates to apply learning, test ideas and share solutions.
All Central Banking’s Training Courses are led by a knowledgeable, experienced chair and feature a roster of expert speakers from around the world.
New courses developed for this year explore the key challenges in cyber risk, and leadership and management post-pandemic.
What is the course structure?
What topics does Central Banking Training cover?
Accounting | Banknotes | Big data | CBDC | Climate Change | Communications | Currency management | Financial reporting | Financial stability | Fintech | Governance | Human resources | Leadership | Legal risks | Mobile payments | Monetary operations | Payment systems | Prudential regulation | Risk management | Strategic planning | Suptech