The London Academy of Trading is excited to announce its partnership with IBAT College Dublin, Ireland’s leading enterprise-focused third-level institution, to offer short financial trading courses to its Irish audience.
Courses being offered include: Introduction to Financial Markets and Trading, Trading Skills, Advanced Trading and a new Cryptocurrency Trading course. The courses will provide extensive practical sessions while aiming to impart the essential skills required for trading real-time financial markets successfully.
Commenting on this new collaboration, Joe Gorey, Principal at IBAT College Dublin said: “COVID-19 has redefined how individuals think about investing and we’ve witnessed a significant surge in the number of people joining the stock market at unprecedented rates – there is an increased risk appetite.
Through our partnership with LAT, we aim to leverage the growing interest and demand for financial trading by extending our portfolio of short, professional courses to working professionals who want to upgrade their skills for personal or professional use.”
Paddy Osborn, Managing Director and Academic Dean for London Academy of Trading, added: “Demand for trading courses has never been greater, so we’re thrilled to be working with a prestigious institution such as IBAT to bring financial markets knowledge and trading skills to a wider audience. Many individuals dive into trading without really understanding the processes or risks involved, so our aim is to teach people how to interpret fundamental and technical analysis as well as show them how to control their emotions and manage risks when trading.”
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