What is an IFS Apprenticeship?
An IFS Apprenticeship is a two year, nationally accredited work-based programme designed to meet employers' needs, tackle the skills shortages in entry level and specialist roles. IFS Apprentices will gain a recognised professional qualification at levels 6 and 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications.
What qualifications can an IFS Apprentice gain?
On successful completion of the IFS Associate Apprenticeship programme, you will receive a Higher Certificate in International Financial Services - Level 6 award. On successful completion of the IFS Specialist Apprenticeship programme, you will receive a Higher Diploma in Financial Services Analytics - Level 8 award
Where is the IFS Apprenticeship offered?
The IFS Apprenticeship will be delivered nationwide in 2020.
Who is involved in the apprenticeship?
The IFS Aprenticeship is a collaboration between the apprentice, employer, SOLAS and the Apprenticeship Council
Who issues the IFS Apprenticeships awards?
The national QQI award for the successful completion of the IFS Apprenticeships programmes is issued by the coordinating provider, the National College of Ireland