Delegates attending PAY360 Virtual 2021 last week were introduced to iFinance Academy, an offering launched in partnership with the Emerging Payments Association (EPA) and operating as part of The Conexus Group.
iFinance Academy provides high quality, auditable training, for payment companies and professionals. With 15 courses - including those authored by industry experts Robert Courtneidge and David Parker - plus many more due for release in 2021, iFinanace Academy will educate and inspire payment companies to cultivate compliance culture and keep up to date with regulations.
Courses cover subjects ranging from Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Anti-Bribery to Cybersecurity Awareness and PCI DSS. Content is kept engaging and educational, with tests and assessments to check learning along the way. Every course is CPD certified and scalable to company requirements.
Delivering Training For Payments Employees
The creation of iFinance Academy answers a clear industry need; it will “bridge the industry knowledge gap” according to the EPA’s Co-Founder Dan Horne, as well as improving clients’ ability to comply with increasingly demanding regulatory responsibilities. The award-winning Learning Management System is fully auditable and regulator friendly. It comes with full reporting functionality, providing detailed feedback on staff progress and completion rates for employers.
The system includes an account manager, who will set up launch and manage accounts and eLearning content. Content is multi-jurisdictional and multi-lingual, enabling staff worldwide to access off the shelf training that is still applicable for the regionally specific needs. However each client portal can be customised to specifications, including content and branding.
iFinance Academy is delivered as part of The Conexus Group, whose brand iGaming Academy has trained over 40,000 professionals worldwide.
EPA members get a 30% discount, so browse iFinance Academy’s course selection now to see how much you could save and take one step closer to bridging the industry knowledge gap.