Advisers can continue to develop their skills after the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) with Aviva's online CPD tool.
The provider has today added a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) unit to its Financial Adviser Academy (FAA).
It will offer technical modules and a range of materials to help advisers enhance both their personal skills and business model.
Andrew Beswick, intermediary director at Aviva, commented: "We have launched our CPD tool to help and support advisers in achieving and maintaining the level of professionalism required in the post-RDR world.
"This is an opportunity for the industry to take charge of its learning and development, and push the boundaries in achieving new standards for financial advice."
The resource has been designed to enable advisers to meet the Financial Services Authority's requirement to undertake a minimum 35 hours CPD each year post-RDR.
It is available to new and existing FAA members via aviva.co.uk/academy.
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