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Nearly 50 graduates undergo training at Deloitte's academy in Belfast

From left, Kerrie Irvine, of Deloitte, academy participants Laura Jane Speers, Alexander McInnes and Rachel McMullan, and Ann Williamson of the Dept for the Economy
From left, Kerrie Irvine, of Deloitte, academy participants Laura Jane Speers, Alexander McInnes and Rachel McMullan, and Ann Williamson of the Dept for the Economy

By Staff Reporter

Just under 50 graduates are being trained by global business consultancy firm Deloitte.

Backed by the Department for the Economy, the Transformation, Finance and Technology Assured Skills Academy will see 48 graduates receive high quality pre-employment training, with a guaranteed interview at Deloitte upon successful completion.

The seven-week course at Belfast Metropolitan College will cover project management, agile and creative working process, technology essentials and creating business processes.

Kerrie Irvine, senior manager in human capital consulting at Deloitte, said: "This Transformation, Finance and Technology Assured Skills Academy is an exciting opportunity for graduates seeking to get a flying start in the world of business consultancy by learning about the very latest technologies and methods. Through Assured Skills Academies we have employed over 200 people to date.

"We have 48 places available in this latest academy and there will be more to come in the future, working with the Department for the Economy and Belfast Met. No experience is required - I urge anyone interested to apply now!"

Applications are open until Friday, May 24. Applicants must have a minimum 2:2 degree in any discipline, but no experience is required.

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