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NI gov launches training academy in partnership with Deloitte

The academy is the third in a series of academies that will see participants receive eight weeks of training with South Eastern Regional College (SERC)

Northern Ireland economy minister Gordon Lyons has announced the launch of an Assured Skills Digital Enterprise Academy, in partnership with Deloitte, offering 30 training places for people with degrees.

The academy is the third in a series of academies that will see participants receive eight weeks of training with South Eastern Regional College (SERC). Completing the academy guarantees participants an interview for a role in Deloitte’s enterprise technology and performance team.

Lyons said: “I am pleased to announce another assured skills academy with Deloitte. This is an excellent opportunity for people with degrees seeking to start or change career in the Digital Enterprise services sector

“These training places, funded by my department, will position participants strongly to compete for a job with Deloitte in this exciting sector and I would encourage everyone who is eligible to consider applying.”

Jackie Henry, office senior partner at Deloitte in Northern Ireland and managing partner for people and purpose at Deloitte UK, said: “Our Deloitte Digital Enterprise Academy offers exciting opportunities for graduates to develop new skills in areas such as technology design, data analytics and digital business management.

“The programme offers a wide variety of creative and technical challenges and will provide a fantastic opportunity for graduates to benefit from training to develop skills that businesses across Northern Ireland are calling out for.”

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