Quilter adviser school revamps qualifications as head exits

Julian Hince to ‘pursue career outside Quilter Financial Adviser School’

Jenna Brown
clock • 2 min read

Quilter’s financial adviser training operation is to overhaul its qualification programmes amid staff changes which see head Julian Hince leave the school.

The Quilter Financial Adviser School said it would offer different routes to qualification, including a revamped ‘fast track' programme of full-time study. It said its ‘fast track' programme would run alongside its ‘lifestyle' programme that supports students looking to gradually transition from one career to advice while completing the requisite examinations. The school explained fast track scheme would accelerate the time it takes to obtain the required Diploma level qualification over a 16-week period. The part-time programme takes nine months on average. It said there would be no ...

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