The Institute of Financial Planning has launched an e-learning programme to help candidates prepare for the Certified Financial Planner Licence (CFP).
The online study tool will replace the paper-based CFP manual traditionally used to help candidates prepare for the assessment.
The platform includes information about the assessment itself, the CFP standards, worked examples and two example case studies and financial plans.
Nick Cann, CEO of IFP says he is delighted they have been able to improve the quality of their support for those aspiring to be CFP professionals.
"There has long been a call for more electronic support and flexibility for candidates and this has now been delivered by IFP with this E-Learning programme alongside our recently announced Focused Assessment Programme," he says.
The e-learning website is available at www.ifplearning.org.uk and the cost of using the platform is £100 for a 12 month period.
Free access to the e-learning platform is included in the cost of a CFP Preparation Day and the new CFP Focused Assessment Programme.
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