This apprenticeship programme for those who may want to work for a large corporation such as a bank, be part of a smaller firm, set up your own firm, or specialise in critical products and services such as pensions, mortgages or private clients.
Typically Financial Adviser
Qualifications: 5 GCSE’s A-C Grades (Including Maths and English)
Typically, within 24-30 months
What apprentices will learn?
Apprentices will develop their knowledge of legal and risk requirements to ensure full compliance when advising clients, in particular, the study of the Regulatory Framework to include the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA).
Portfolio: Apprentices will produce and present evidences showcase to demonstrate knowledge, skills and behaviour set in apprenticeship standard.
End Point Assessment
Case Study Test
Viva based on a portfolio of evidence