Education and Employability
Among other assessments, Universities are measured by their employability statistics. From the outset, we can support the University’s career approach by creating a personal employability plan (PEP) for each student who registers with us in order to better understand what the student intends to do with their financial markets education and to support their job hunting. This includes targeting specific industry roles and services, tailoring the CV and cover letter, help in securing interviews, developing interview technique and supporting follow-up activities.
In addition to providing a rich understanding of finance and financial markets, we seek to nurture those skills in students and young workers that employers most need: data analysis, digital skills, market awareness, creativity, innovation and problem-solving abilities. Our courses are designed to enable students and young workers to learn workplace skills in our training labs where they can experiment, practise and apply them to different problems in in different settings. The challenges that they work through are consistent with those they will meet in the workplace.
In addition, we use the same software platforms that the industry uses and therefore the skills that are learnt in our courses are directly and seamlessly transferred to the workplace. There are a number of industry certifications that we can facilitate as well while the students and young workers are undergoing their practical studies.
The Data Analysis and Digital Skills courses we offer are run continuously throughout the year and can be provided for groups of corporate new joiners as well as undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students.
Young people are shaping the future and they need skills to be properly equipped to do so.
For more information on our services please contact TTC at firstname.lastname@example.org