PwC offers 20 Data and Analytics training places with guaranteed job interviews

  • Applications are now open for PwC's latest Assured Skills Academy, with 20 training places available in Data and Analytics tech.

    The pandemic has led to a record number of redundancies among young people and many are taking the time to train or retrain into new careers. PwC is now offering 20 new training places on its Data and Analytics Assured Skills Academy scheme, with training provided by Belfast Met.

    The scheme is open to anyone with a 2:2 degree in any discipline, even if it's not relevant to the field, and will give participants eight weeks of training and an industry-recognised qualification. Those who complete the training will also be guaranteed a job interview for a role at PwC Belfast.

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    The course will cover data modelling and architechture, data visualisation and manipulation techniques, design thinking and mock client simulation, and professional skills. Applications are open now and will close on April 18th, with video interviews to be held from April 27th to 29th and training beginning on May 17th.

    Deborah Stevenson, Operate Director at PwC, commented: "With so much information held online these days, data and analytics continue to be critical to the future of our business. Giving people of all ages and disciplines an alternative route into employment and the skills needed for tomorrow’s workforce is essential to support growth in the marketplace."

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    Source: Written based on press release

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