Your training combines on-the-job coaching and formal courses with study for professional qualifications.
During your first few years, you'll divide your time between working in the office, visiting clients and studying to qualify as an Actuary with The Institute of Actuaries of India, which usually takes four to six years. You’ll start working towards this during your induction training and it's a hefty commitment, calling for a great deal of self-discipline and motivation.
You’ll benefit from:
- A structured induction programme that helps you pick up basic but vital technical and business skills and helps you settle in quickly and meet new colleagues
- Study leave (about one day a week) and the provision of study materials; plus your own study mentor, someone whose first-hand knowledge of the exams will prove invaluable
- A pay rise each time you pass an exam to reward you for all your hard work
- Practical experience of working with multi-disciplinary PwC practices such as tax, business recovery or deal experts on a wide range of client projects. This will help you develop analytical, technical, communication, project management and networking skills while building your business awareness and industry knowledge.
Ultimately, however, your development depends on you. At every stage of your career, including coming up to qualification, we'll encourage you to identify your own development needs and choose the right training to meet them.