Business Skills Academy

If you're interested in a career in business services, training is available across a range of services. If you successfully complete the academy, you’ll gain industry-recognised qualifications and potentially get a job offer to join PwC’s Belfast team.

Training

The PwC Future Business Skills Academy is an eight-week intensive training course at Belfast Metropolitan College (BMC) – e3 campus.

Training will be delivered by BMC and Ulster University to prepare you for a role as a Business Analyst under the Assured Skills programme.

    If you're selected for the academy, you'll receive practical, real world training in:

    • project management
    • business analysis
    • business acumen
    • CIMA fundamentals in financial accounting

    If you successfully complete the course, you'll be guaranteed a job interview with PwC, potentially working across a range of services, such as:

    • financial crime
    • compliance testing
    • customer management
    • PMO services
    • business operations

    Who can apply

    No previous experience is needed but you must:

    • be at least 18 years old
    • be eligible to work in the UK
    • have at least a 2:2 in any degree discipline

    How to apply

    Apply online at  Business Skills Academy by Friday 20 December.

    As part of the application process you'll need to complete an online psychometric assessment and upload your CV and qualification certificate.

    Interview and training dates

    Interviews will be held from 15 to 17 January 2020 at:

    PwC
    Waterfront Plaza
    8 Laganbank Road
    Belfast
    BT1 3LR

    Training will take place at BMC from 27 January to 20 March 2020.

    Company Information

    PwC in Northern Ireland is a firm of professional advisors and home to some of PwC’s global centres of excellence. Opportunities are available in Operate, a key part of PwC’s transformation. It delivers outcome-focused work by combining subject matter expertise with custom built infrastructure, best practice operational processes and cutting edge technology.

    Further information

    For more information on this academy or to receive updates on new academy opportunities as they arise, contact the Department for the Economy – Employer Skills Branch.

     To find out how your information will be managed, you can view the privacy notice for Assured Skills.

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