Threesixty has launched a 'suite' of interactive online training courses, alongside e-learning developer Realsense, to support financial advisers.
The support service provider's 'Anti-Money Laundering' module, which was the first to be released, is already available to Threesixty clients.
The firm said more modules were set to be released over the next few months, covering topics such as the Senior Managers & Certification Regime, data protection, human resources, and maintaining and developing a successful business.
The modules offer guidance on core regulatory topics and Threesixty expected they would ensure all key learning is delivered in an "enjoyable and time-efficient manner". Once successfully completed, advisers will receive a certificate for structured CPD.
The courses add to Threesixty's programme of development events, competency tests and training tools.
Threesixty managing director Russell Facer said: "The demand for good-quality financial advice continues to grow and, with it, so does the need for relevant, high-quality training and development.
"This new relationship further enhances our learning and development provision to clients, giving them access to high-quality development support in key areas of their business in the comfort of their own homes and offices."
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