Sesame Bankhall launches adviser apprenticeship programme

Partnered with Simply Academy

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"Research has highlighted a future workforce that is looking for flexibility, freedom, uncapped earning potential and an entrepreneurial flavour - all of which our profession can offer" Sesame's Martin Schultheiss
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"Research has highlighted a future workforce that is looking for flexibility, freedom, uncapped earning potential and an entrepreneurial flavour - all of which our profession can offer" Sesame's Martin Schultheiss

Sesame Bankhall Group has launched an apprenticeship scheme in partnership with training and education specialist Simply Academy.

The new scheme will help advice firms across the Sesame network, PMS Mortgage Club and Bankhall to add to their staff development and recruit new blood. Apprentices will follow an approved study programme...

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