CII launches career development platform FutureMe

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Julia Bahr
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The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has launched FutureMe, a career development platform for financial planning and insurance professionals.

The platform contains content focused on career development and was produced by the CII in partnership with Abintegro, a provider of "career empowerment technology". FutureMe offers interactive tools and career skills e-learning, including more than 5,000 videos, 800 e-learning bites, 14 personality assessments and 300 soft business and IT skills courses. Gill White, chief customer officer of the CII, said the platform was created in response to feedback from those wanting more support on how to further their professional development and achieve career ambitions: "FutureMe enables pro...

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