ACF Consultants have a solid reputation for delivering innovative, top-quality training for some of the largest and most demanding financial institutions in the world. ACF Consultants are global leaders in the creation of cutting-edge financial simulations and interactive eLearning for the global financial markets.
We are the first premier financial training company to offer open seminars using our uniquely blended learning techniques.
Blended learning is a fundamental principle of the ACF approach to training. Our seminars offer a fully integrated, multi-faceted learning experience which ensures that knowledge is applied in practice and retained effectively. We limit the numbers attending each program to maximise the benefit for each delegate. Passive learning is kept to a minimum, and the emphasis is on delegates achieving a true understanding of the key concepts, and how they are applied in the real world.
Blended learning is at the heart of our training philosophy. A dynamic blend of highly interactive eLearning using Acumen, top quality instructor-led training, and realistic and exciting simulations creates the most effective and motivating training methodology available anywhere.
Firm foundations are laid with highly interactive eLearning and dynamic instructor-led training. Hands-on workshops and simulation are then used throughout the programs allowing delegates to put theory into immediate and realistic practice.
Our instructor-led training is of the highest quality, and we invest heavily in research and development. Our professional written materials complement trainers with first-rate communications skills, an excellent academic background and sound markets knowledge.
Our expert instructors are skilled in the art of transferring knowledge, and we make use of a variety of creative training techniques to maintain energy and focus. We are committed to achieving exceptional results.
"The material was not delivered in a vacuum. The instructor always had an example / actual article to illustrate his point, so the class turned out to be a lot more interesting about real-life markets."