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On Monday March 2, the IFS Apprenticeship Programme welcomed the opportunity to hold their first employers briefing of the year. Hosted by Fidelity International, the event was a huge success.
This briefing gave organisations the opportunity to meet with current apprentices, both Associate and Specialists, and employers who are currently taking part in the programme and find out the benefits the programme has brought to their organisations.
Keynote speakers included Susan Dargan (Independent Director at Zurich Insurance plc), Barry Mulcahy (Head of Learning, Ulster Bank and Louise Walsh (Senior HR Business Partner at Fidelity International)

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A panel event was held on the day, facilitated by Fidelity’s Carmel Mitchell, (Global Head of Talent Management) and comprising of Daniel Devine (IFS Specialist Apprentice, Fidelity) Darya Yakushenko (IFS Associate Apprentice, State Street), Patrick Roche (IFS Associate Apprentice, BNY Mellon), Ahmed Mahmood (IFS Associate Apprentice, Fidelity) Jane Cotter (Vice President, Brown Brothers Harriman) and Barry Mulcahy (Head of Learning, Ulster Bank).

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Covid 19 Update

The IFS Apprenticeships Programme continues to follow HSE advice in relation to Coronavirus in all of its actions and encourages others to remember to follow all HSE guidelines with regard to your health and to monitor your own health status and that of those with whom you live.

It is currently business as usual and the IFS Apprenticeship team continues to hold meetings and events, with both employers and apprentices being offered remote meetings where required. However, these meetings will take the form of teams, skype or video conference to ensure the safety of both our staff and other meeting participants.

Our offices throughout Ireland are temporarily closed, however staff are working remotely and while every effort has been made to ensure our staff are facilitated with what they need to carry out their work as efficiently and effectively as possible, some resources are unavailable remotely and therefore small delays are to be expected.

Our number one objective at the moment is that everyone stays safe and follows the HSE guidelines in relation to stopping the spread of this virus. Stay indoors if possible, practice good hand hygiene and if you do suspect you have been infected contact your doctor immediately.

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