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FSTC launches Isa training for IFAs

The Financial Services Training College is launching a ISA training course for IFAs.


The new course, which is only the second in the country, meets the heavy demand for training on ISA investments.


IFAs can chose between a one day or weekend training course followed by a one-hour multiple choice exam at the FSTC training centre at Wyboston, in Cambridgeshire.


The cost of the course is £220.00 which includes tuition, exam fees and certification.

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