AMLFC Institute Professional Certifications
Our professional certification courses include 15 modules over a period of 15 weeks covering all the key elements of anti-money laundering, countering the financing of terrorism and financial crimes prevention. Each class is 2h30. Candidates are expected to spend approximately 2 hours per week reading, conducting research, taking self-corrected quiz or perform other homework.
Course content will be available to candidates for the entire time of their initial institutional membership. Candidates will also be granted access to an electronic AML/CFT/FCP worldwide job board.
To qualify for admission to this AML/CFT/FCP Certification Program, a candidate must either complete at least one of the following in addition to a high school diploma and/or have entry level qualifications to a college/university:
- Be enrolled at a Partner University.
- Be admitted at any Partner University Institution.
- Have obtained a least an associate degree from another accredited Institution.
- Have accumulated five (5) years of experience working for a regulated entity under AML/CFT/FCP, a regulator, an enforcement agency or government and possess at least a high school diploma.