Newry graduate Shane Canning completes Academy

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Employment and Learning Minister Dr Stephen Farry attended the last day of the Deloitte People and Programmes Consulting Academy and presented certificates of achievement to the participating graduates, including Shane Canning from Newry.
Employment and Learning Minister, Dr Stephen Farry presented a certificate of achievement for completion of the  Deloitte People and Programmes Consulting Academy to Newry graduate Shane Canning

Employment and Learning Minister, Dr Stephen Farry presented a certificate of achievement for completion of the Deloitte People and Programmes Consulting Academy to Newry graduate Shane Canning

The Academy model is part of the Department for Employment and Learning’s (DEL) Assured Skills programme. Assured Skills provides tailored training to help employers find staff with the skills they need or support to develop the necessary expertise within their existing team. The support can range from help to establish links between businesses and the further education or university sectors to design specific training solutions, or assistance with recruitment and other pre-employment activities. Presenting certificates of completion to the graduates at Belfast Metropolitan’s e3 campus, Minister Farry said, “Companies such as Deloitte are the key drivers of economic growth in Northern Ireland. “The Academies are excellent examples of government interventions to enhance the skills of unemployed graduates whilst providing the skills that employers need to grow our economy. He added, “The Academy model has been very successful and has been offered in a number of areas, including Data Analytics, Software Testing and Cloud Technologies. It is also being further developed to meet employer demands in other sectors.”

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