2016 FT Consulting Financial Technology Training Programme

If you have interest in financial technology industry and want to know more about it, so why don’t you join a financial technology training programme? Not to mention, FT Consulting for 2015/2016 invites talented young generation and also a professional to join their training opportunity, thus all of the suitable professional gain in-depth information about financial technology and how to apply it in daily life basis. Using this training opportunity as your arsenal to improve your skill for better future. Nevertheless, this training programme is for you if you are a professional who has good aptitude, passionate, and a reliable attitude.

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Only a suitable professional who meets all of the requirement can participate for financial technology training from FT Consulting. Speak for the requirements, they are; first, you must have a SA citizenship. Second, you are able to move with no hassle from one place to another (geographically flexible). Third, you must hold a degree in Engineering, Finance, ICT or other relevant degree. Fourth, you are a personal who have good skill in both written and spoken. Fifth, you have passion to work wholeheartedly related to finance and technology industry.

Sixth, you have capability to support yourself financially about six weeks within the training (full time). Seventh, after you finish with a six week training, you must be committed to join for about two years full for employment (minimum). Complete all of the necessary information for this training opportunity like your current CV for instance. Once you’ve done, send your application to apply for financial technology training to apply@thefuturetalent.co.za just by or before it reaches its closing date on November 5th 2015. For your information this training programme for financial and technology is located in Sandton. Put aside the requirement you should know that to become one among some successful applicants, closing date plays a very pivotal rule. So, ensure you won’t abuse it.