Professional development self assessment tool now available

[ Monday, 18 January 2010 ]

ETITO has launched a tool for advisers
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Professional development: recognition of existing skills for advisers

reat news for advisers preparing for authorisation.

ETITO, the national standards setting body for the financial services industry, has launched a self-evaluation tool for advisers. It's designed to enable you to identify whether you need any formal education or not – and to what extent.

It ties existing skills and knowledge with the unit standards contained within the National Certificate in Financial Services [Financial Advice] [Level 5].

If you aren't sure what you are required to do in the way of formal education, take advantage of this very cost-effective self-evaluation tool.

Please note, there is a fee of $28 + GST charged by ETITO, and it takes around 2 hours to complete.

Click here to access the evaluation tool



 18 January 2010

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