Alchemy Technology Services Announces 20 Training Places

Alchemy Technology Services has announced 20 training places in the north west.

Successful applicants to the Academy will receive five weeks of industry-relevant pre-employment training from North West Regional College to prepare them for a role in insurance software. Participants on the Academy will be closely assessed by Alchemy and those who successfully complete the course will be offered a role in the company as either a Technical Analyst or Business Analyst.
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Economy Minister Diane Dodds said: "Alchemy Technology Services is a successful and expanding locally-owned company and this Academy will position participants strongly for a Technical or Business Analyst role at the firm. I encourage anyone who is interested and eligible to apply."

John Harkin, CEO of Alchemy Technology Services, said: "We are delighted to be opening our seventh Assured Skills Academy for applications. Our previous Academies have been very successful and we have seen our people thrive in their roles. The team have cemented Alchemy's place as a key player in the insurance software industry.

"We have developed a leading rewards package for our people, offering competitive international salaries while providing locally-based career development and opportunities for travel. At Alchemy we are committed to the continued growth of our people through ongoing investment to ensure they are trained and certified to the highest levels in our field of expertise."

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