Education

Below are SWIFTSmart training modules and links to third party educational courses.

Third Party Course

06 Feb 2018

Certificate in Principles of Payments

by The London Institute of Banking & Finance

CertPAY* provides the global payments industry with an internationally recognised benchmark qualification that will assist organisations in developing their employees and providing assurance to their customers, partners and regulators.

Third Party Course

06 Feb 2018

Financial Markets: Securities Operations

by Financial Market Training

Financial Markets Securities Operations (FMSO) course is a first level (introductory) course intended for anyone entering into a career in the financial markets. The training course is intended to provide ‘breadth of knowledge’ to make it relevant to people pursuing careers in the middle office and operations areas.

Third Party Course

06 Feb 2018

Fintech – Innovative Banking

by Imperial College London

The application of digital technologies to create, record, transfer and manage financial value and risk has created the still evolving fintech sector. But how can your business leverage its advances and what will you need to succeed?

e-Learning

31 Oct 2017

Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)

by SWIFTSmart

Follow this introductory course to discover what Distributed Ledger Technology is and the problems it aims to solve. See how blockchains and cryptocurrencies fit into the picture. Get an idea of the opportunities DLT offers, as well as the challenges to be resolved.

e-Learning

23 Sep 2016

Cyber Security: Customer Incidents

by SWIFTSmart

Follow this introductory course to understand how cyber criminals can penetrate your local infrastructures. You will also learn how important it is to prevent, detect, and report any breaches in security.

e-Learning

21 Jul 2016

Financial Messaging Standards

by SWIFTSmart

Follow this introductory course to review the value of standardisation for the financial markets and lays out the various standards made available by SWIFT.

e-Learning

21 Jul 2016

About SWIFT

by SWIFTSmart

Follow this introductory course to understand why SWIFT was created, to know how the governance of SWIFT is organised, and to recognise which values guide SWIFT.

e-Learning

19 Jul 2016

SWIFT Software Solutions

by SWIFTSmart

Follow this introductory course to understand which SWIFT connectivity, messaging and integration software solutions best meet your needs.

e-Learning

19 Jul 2016

SWIFT Shared Services

by SWIFTSmart

Follow this introductory course to understand SWIFT’s Shared Services and financial crime compliance, and how these can help you to reduce cost, complexity and risk.

e-Learning

19 Jul 2016

SWIFT Messaging services

by SWIFTSmart

Follow this introductory course to understand which SWIFT messaging services best meet the business needs of your institution and community.

The following messaging services are covered: FIN, InterAct, FileAct, Web Access and MI Channel.

e-Learning

19 Jul 2016

SWIFT Institute

by SWIFTSmart

Follow this introductory course to understand what the SWIFT Institute is, how it works, and what it does.

e-Learning

19 Jul 2016

SWIFT Connectivity and Security

by SWIFTSmart

Follow this introductory course to understand how SWIFT delivers confidentiality, integrity and availability on its secure platform.

e-Learning

19 Jul 2016

SWIFT in 5 minutes

by SWIFTSmart

Follow this introductory course to understand SWIFT’s offering within the financial markets.

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Introduction to SWIFT curriculum recommended (about 1h40’ in content)

  • SWIFT in five minutes
  • About SWIFT
  • SWIFT Messaging and Standards
  • Connectivity and Security
  • Messaging Services
  • Standards
  • SWIFT Solutions
  • Software Solutions
  • Compliance and Shared Services

External courses endorsed by SWIFT Institute

The SWIFT Institute endorses certain third-party educational courses aimed at financial industry practitioners, however, we do not contribute to nor are responsible for the course content.