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Technology in Finance Immersion Programme 

Programme Preview Session 

23 May 2019

The Technology in Finance Immersion Programme (TFIP) is a full time programme aimed at helping individuals gain exposure in new technology areas, such as Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics and Full Stack Development, within the financial services sector. Trainees will acquire the necessary skills through (a) structured training with industry-recognised training providers and (b) an attachment with a leading financial institution.  ​

 

Event Details

Who Should Attend:
Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents who have 
​​​• fulfilled National Service obligations (if applicable);
​​​• graduated from school for 2 years or more;
• no prior work experience in Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics or Full Stack Development.​
    

    

    

Date: 23 May 2019
Time: 2pm - 6pm
Venue: IBF Careers Connect
#13-07/08 MAS Building
10 Shenton Way
Singapore 079117
Dress Code: Office Attire

Note

Please note that this is solely an info-session on TFIP. If you wish to submit your application for TFIP, please click on the links below.

​Technology Areas

​Application Link

​Cloud ComputingClick here
​CyberSecurityClick here
​Data AnalyticsClick here
​Full Stack Development Click here

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Contact

IBF Employability Skills Development

pcp@ibf.org.sg

  

         

   

​Technology in Finance Immersion Programme

Programme Preview Session

 
You may choose to attend one or both sessions depending on your area of interest. 
​​TimeSession
​2pm - 4pm​Session 1: Cloud Computing and Cybersecurity 
  • Overview of TFIP, application procedures and timeline
  • Sharing of training specialisation by experienced practitioner
  • Sharing of course curriculum by training provider
  • Q&​A
Break
​4pm - 6pmSession 2: Data Analytics and Full Stack Development
  • Overview of TFIP, application procedures and timeline
  • Sharing of training specialisation by experienced practitioner
  • Sharing of course curriculum by training provider
  • Q&A