The recognised standard
in credit management
Established in 1939, the Institute of Credit Management is Europe's largest association for the credit management profession

Recognition of prior learning

The ICM accredits prior learning, and learners may apply for an exemption for one or more units if they have passed a relevant subject in an equivalent qualification.  This must be at the same or a higher level.  There is a fee for this service please click here for further information.

A request for exemption should be made in writing on registration with the ICM, and be supported by copies of certificates and official confirmation of the subjects or units passed.  It may also be necessary to provide syllabus details so that the Institute can determine the degree of match between the qualifications being considered and its own units.

Examination exemptions will not be awarded for units where a candidate has previously sat and failed that unit in an ICM examination.  Also, only the ICM can advise on eligibility for exemptions.  Exemptions are not valid until the relevant fee has been paid.