Did you know? Most employers will have an allocated training budget, meaning that their employees can benefit from skills-based learning and development opportunities.

As a peer-to-peer learning and community platform, GENCFO can contribute to your professional development training, and most employers are more than happy to fund your membership.

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How to ask your employer to fund your membership

Asking for employer funding might appear daunting, as the fear of rejection often dissuades many employees from taking the initiative. However, here are three quick tips to assist you.

Highlight all mutual benefits that our membership will offer both you and your company.

Pinpoint how our membership can directly contribute to advancing your company's business objectives.

Additionally, anticipate any queries your manager might have and arm yourself with prepared answers. This proactive approach will steer the conversation in a constructive direction.

Highlight the benefits of being a GENCFO Pro member and how they can advance your career and expand your network.

Showcase how the GENCFO Pro membership will benefit you and your company in various ways

  • Gain access to CPD-accredited replays from our Summit and Academy sessions, and stay updated on topics like GenAI, Finance Business Partnering, Data skills, and more.
  • Receive exclusive assistance from members on your community platform through specialised groups such as ESG, Automation, and more.

What your employer needs to know

  • Membership price excludes VAT and we will issue you an invoice receipt after purchase.
  • The membership sits under employee development training so the cost of each membership is tax deductible.
  • For ease, we create employee memberships on an annual subscription so you can pay upfront and review next year.
  • The sign up process is exactly the same as an individual membership. All you need to do is enter your employer's business card details when you sign up.