Openwork launches Chartered Planner training

Sarah Davidson

April 21, 2015

The Route to Chartered Status programme will initially deliver face-to-face support at Openwork’s headquarters in Swindon.

Each AF (advanced) study module will be delivered over three days rather than the standard two, with participant numbers capped at 12 per module.

Mike Gummerson, development director at Openwork, said: “Openwork is committed to helping advisers develop their knowledge and skills on a professional and personal level and we are accordingly pleased to offer members access to our Route to Chartered training programme.

“After launching our graduate training academy last year, we have been keen to enable our advisers to study for the higher qualification within a structured programme that can be tailored to suit their needs and individual timeframes.

“We look forward to delivering this exclusive study package and will continue to launch programmes and initiatives that help our advisers and paraplanners enhance their expertise and proficiency.”

Advisers who already hold AF qualifications can join the programme to acquire the additional points to achieve Chartered status.

Subject to demand, Openwork said it wants to deliver the face-to-face courses at a number of locations around the country.

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