Financial services apprenticeships are a great way to get qualified, but also build up specific role based (preplanning, financial adviser etc) knowledge, skills and behaviours that add real value to employers. Our CII and LIBF pathways not only ensure you get the qualification that count, but also enable continuous career progression.
Financial services apprenticeships can provide a valuable source of fresh new industry talent through both new recruits and the development of existing employees. We offer apprenticeships in the following roles:
Apprentices must be employed full time (30 hours per week or more), and therefore comply with national minimum wage requirements. 20% of this employed time must be set aside for training, study and assessment activities.
These apprenticeships are largely delivered online via our virtual learning environment, with occasional site visits. This provides a very flexible platform to work around the employers existing and future business requirements.
Apprentices will not only complete the appropriate qualifications, but will be completing role specific projects, assignments and building a portfolio of knowledge, skills and behaviours within our SkillStar e-portfolio software.
Apprentices will need to complete a final end point assessment (not just the qualifications) to be successful.