In order to carry out its primary strategic objective of providing globally relevant business valuation education, the IIBV has developed a business valuation curriculum covering core valuation competencies and incorporating specific IFRS examples and cases.
In each course the material is presented by an internationally recognized instructor, over three days, through a combination of lecture and in-class case exercises. The case exercises are intended to provide practical real-life examples of the theoretical material. The student has two resources available during class time: 1) A handout which outlines the materials presented in the lecture; and 2) PowerPoint slides which summarize the outline and provide teaching point references to the lecture.
At the conclusion of the course, a three-hour multiple-choice exam, consisting of 100 questions will enable students to assess their comprehension of the material. Successfully passing the exam enables the student to receive a credit towards comparable ASA and CICBV courses in order to work towards completion of the business valuation designation offered by the ASA and CICBV.