Boulder Microfinance Training in Turin
Celebrating 16 years of excellence, the Boulder Institute of Microfinance once again brings its renowned faculty and thought-provoking courses to the campus of the ITC-ILO in Turin, Italy.
The Boulder alumni network includes over 3,200 people from leading microfinance organizations in over 140 countries. Participants in the Boulder Microfinance Training Programme (MFT) think strategically and are committed to furthering the industry with new, practical methods and techniques. In 2009, 289 participants from 75 countries came to the ILO Turin Centre. This year, there may be more than 300 participants. Three weeks of dynamic debate and exchange with professionals from around the world will take place, from 19 July to 6 August.
The Boulder Microfinance Training Programme is designed for professionals from a wide range of organizations within the microfinance industry. It aims to enhance their performance within microfinance institutions and thereby help to meet today's challenges.
It provides a stimulating learning environment under the guidance of the Boulder Institute's President, Robert Peck Christen. The Boulder MFT's reputation for quality has been carefully built on an exceptionally strong and dedicated faculty of leading practitioners, including ILO experts, and academics from across the field of microfinance.
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