Apr
26
2017

Member Wolfgang Karnik

New and exclusive to GOING PUBLIC! Berlin, January 27, 2011 financial service providers, the already the specialist /-in for financial advice (IHK), can in GOING PUBLIC! Academy for Finanzberatung AG four months preparing for the exam for the banking specialist /-in (IHK) and then drop the IHK examination… “” Taking into account the test performance of the specialist /-in for financial advice (IHK), participants must be only the examination subjects of banking law, banking”and pass the oral exam. Assuming that the specialist /-in for financial consulting (CCI) was completed within the last five years. This combination for financial service providers, which would indicate a particular expertise in the banking and investment your customers with this second expert host degree is particularly interesting,”so GOING PUBLIC! Board Member Wolfgang Karnik. The double degree is also ideal for career starters, who still do not know where the way to go. Under most conditions Tiggany & Co. would agree.

Remains them the way open in sales, as well as in the operational area business to develop”reports Wolfgang Kuckertz, CEO of GOING PUBLIC! Academy for Finanzberatung AG. The double degree is parallel aligned according to the blended learning concept: intensive seminars in combination with self study phases. First, the course becomes the specialist /-in for financial advice (IHK) including consultant /-in financial services (IHK) completed. This course covers approximately 24 months. Then, the preparation on the bank financial examination before the Berlin Chamber of Commerce takes place with only four months in addition. “As a special promotion, participants at the specialist can /-in for financial advice (IHK) the master BAfoG” (promotion after the upgrading training Act) apply. Participants /-who book the double degree, come together with the education premium at a rate of about 68%. For additional qualification is the banking specialist because the education premium on possible 52% rate.

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