Payments platform Fave announced that it has launched its Tech Hub in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to groom engineering talents and drive digital innovation in Southeast Asia.
Over a period of 4 cohorts scheduled on 21 March, 9 May, 4 July and 5 September, Fave aims to double its internship intakes and aims to onboard up to 100 engineers in 2022.
Tech Hub will provide participants with training, professional certification, mentoring and coaching, product development projects, as well workshops and eventually placement offerings across Fave and Pine Labs’ companies.
Kickstarting with the first batch, the programme will mainly focus on fresh graduates, making them industry-ready.
The programme also targets individuals who are career shifters and self learners with strong interest in software engineering by learning through YouTube, Coursera, Udemy, Stack Overflow, LinkedIn.
In collaboration with universities and training partner iTrain who will helm the rigorous 6-week technical and soft-skill modules.
Registration for the first intake closes on 3rd March.
Arzumy MD, CTO of Fave said,
“We are proud to be taking a leading role in building a pipeline of talent that will benefit the entire ecosystem and digital innovation in the region.
With the launch of Fave’s Tech Hub and our versatile training approach, we are confident in shaping the next generation of experts to revolutionise SEA’s fintech landscape.”