Should You Attend Financial Services Training Courses?
Last updated on September 25th, 2019 at 4:50 am
Whether you are taking the Certificate in Insurance, one of the CII or IFS Certificates, or Diploma level exams in Financial Planning, the key to your success is financial services training courses in the form of home study aids, such as mock exam papers and workbooks. These help you to plan an effective, flexible home study programme that you can tailor to fit around other commitments.
Many candidates study for exams alongside a full-time job, and some have families too. This often makes it difficult to attend in-person financial services training courses, which may require long-distance travel and overnight stays. Brand Financial Training’s solution is personal, printable training tools and online learning resources; everything you need to help you pass the exam at the click of a button. You can study what you want, when you want.
Mock exam papers should be top of the list for anyone taking a financial services exam. By providing hundreds of mock exam questions and answers with cross-references to the CII study text, they are the best way to prepare for the real thing. For exams with calculation questions, the Calculation Workbook sets the relevant questions and provides detailed, step-by-step answers, so that you understand and remember the correct formulas. Available in PDF format, these resources are instantly available to be downloaded and printed, if desired. Study notes also help to condense the study text and aid revision as the exam gets closer.
There is no doubt that classroom-setting training has its benefits, but for the most flexible, convenient, affordable study programme, choose from a wide range of home learning resources that will let you organise your learning in a way that suits you best. In addition to these study aids, Brand Financial Training can provide personal coaching and tuition to help you pass the exam first time and aim your career path where you want to go.
Information in this article is correct as at August 2011