TÜV AUSTRIA expands its training solutions portfolio and recently acquired 100% of Consulenza e Formazione Finanziaria SRL (CFF) with the aim to make CFF, its team of teachers and as well its innovative classroom techniques a notable reference for the business world. The acquisition strengthens the role of CFF, as a part of TÜV AUSTRIA Group, as a market leader in the banking sector. The entire teaching team will continue to work under the leadership of Antonio Musella and further initiatives are planned to extend training activities for business clients – already successfully carried out in the financial field.
Active in the training sector
TÜV AUSTRIA group integrates the talents of CFF, maintaining the entire structure and building on it to further develop it together. Crescenzo di Fratta, TÜV AUSTRIA Country Manager Italy, welcomes a new member in the group of companies: “TÜV AUSTRIA appreciates and acknowledges the quality of CFF’s specialized training services. CFF and TÜV AUSTRIA share the same vision regarding the strategic importance of increasing training because it is so much more, it is culture and knowledge – two fundamental elements for the growth of our country. This is why we have decided to invest in this new sector for our training business.”
The company is specialized in carrying out specific technical and behavioral training in the field of finance for more than 20 years with very high certified and perceived quality levels: „Many training companies boast of their quality in teaching methodologies, in the processes of analysis of the training needs of clients, in the effectiveness of the classroom. In general, speaking of ‚quality‘, various levels can be identified, which define various aspects attributable to it. But there is a level f quality, called ‘recognized quality’ and CFF is particularly proud of this level”, says Antonio Musella.
TÜV AUSTRIA supports Burkina Faso school project
Bethel High School Opening in Sight
Three years after the start of construction, the Nanoro project is nearing completion. The buildings have been erected, the photovoltaic system has been installed, and in October Bethel High School will open its doors to the first 300 students. TÜV AUSTRIA has been supporting the project since 2019.
The Seal of Quality for Artificial Intelligence
Austria’s first AI testing and qualification hub
TÜV AUSTRIA and the Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH) announced the founding of Austria’s first AI testing and qualification hub at a press conference with the Governor of Upper Austria Mag. Thomas Stelzer and the Provincial Minister for Economics and Research Markus Achleitner.