Level 4 diploma goes 100% online with new LIBF digital academy

London Institute of Banking and Finance has partnered with ICS Learn

Hope William-Smith
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A new digital academy has been launched by the London Institute of Banking and Finance (LIBF) which will allow advisers to complete a Level 4 diploma completely online.

LIBF has partnered with ICS Learn on the offering, which it said will be the first in financial advice to be able to be completed fully digitally. lCS Learn will offer LIBF's Level 4 Diploma for Financial Advisers (DipFA) qualification for prospective advisers to sit at their own paced through the new academy, which features paperless learning, live and recorded webinars and interactive content. LIBF head of financial services John Somerville said: "We are delighted to be able to offer students a new and exciting way to learn their trade through the new digital academy. Online learnin...

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