FAIS Forward Academy

Grade 12

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011 038 8690

info@fwdconsult.co.za
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]Dear Grade 12 student

Your school career is almost at an end. Some of you already know with certainty what you’d like to study next year, while others of you are still a bit unsure and may want to just focus on getting your final exams behind you – and then taking a well-deserved matric rave holiday.

No matter which category you fall into, we’d really like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the exciting career of working in the F&I industry.

F&I stands for Finance and Insurance. An F&I is someone who works in a new or second-hand car dealership and ensures that the client, after choosing what type, colour and model of car they want to buy from the salesperson, is then given access to bank financing to afford the car. The F&I also offers clients insurance products which will give them some cover when unforeseen circumstances occur – such as road accidents or car theft. An F&I can also arrange life insurance policies for his or her clients in the event that they lose their jobs and are no longer able to afford the car repayments or become disabled and can no longer work.

Are you interested in pursuing a career in the F&I industry? The following questions should help you make up your mind.

  • Do you see yourself as self-motivated, organised and hardworking?
  • Would you like to work in a dynamic environment and have good earnings potential?
  • Do you like working with people?
  • Do you want to study further, but you can’t picture yourself slogging away at university for three years?

 

If you answered “yes” to the above questions, then the F&I industry is definitely the right choice for you. So how do you go about becoming an F&I? Well, the good news is that we, at FWD Consult, specialise in helping young people, who are standing on the brink of their chosen career path, to get the necessary training to become an F&I.

The training that we offer is a unique combination of online-based and traditional classroom learning. We use innovative methods and the latest technology to help students learn optimally – in their own time and at their own pace. Online learning is not only aimed at those who live in outlying areas where workshops are not often held. It’s also perfect for students who want cost-effective, meaningful learning that they can structure themselves.

If you are able to attend training and provided there is enough interest, we will organise workshops in your area or you can attend classes in one of the major cities, such as Johannesburg, Pretoria, Polokwane, Bloemfontein, Durban or Cape Town. If you attend classes, you’ll enjoy the added benefit of experiencing a student atmosphere by studying with other young people who also want to become F&Is. And to give you this same benefit, if you do the course online, we’ll organise that students in your area keep in touch with you to replicate this same feeling of group support.

If you or your parents would like to find out more about the F&I industry, feel free to visit our website at  www.fwdconsult.co.za. If you’d like us to contact you with more information, fill in the form online at  www.fwdconsult.co.za/grade12 or you can phone us on 011 038 8690 or e-mail info@fwdconsult.co.za.

P.S. The courses that we offer are not only aimed at the F&I industry, but can open a number of doors for you if you follow a career in financial services, such as the short-term and life insurance industry. Take a look around you and you’ll see how many companies work in this profession.

Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Chinese philosopher Confucius

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