Cram 4 Exam has opened enrolments for its first Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) exam preparation program due to commence in October.
Cram 4 Exam founder Bronny Speed said: “We’re pleased to be able to now take enrolments to help those who find facing 40 to 50 hours of preparatory study for a 3.5-hour exam daunting, overwhelming and, in many cases, frightening.
“Time is money for most of us and the eight FASEA continuing professional development hours available for the program is a plus.”
The program is expected to be delivered by industry specialists with experience in the areas of financial advice regulation and legislation, financial advice construction, and the analysis and application of ethical and professional behaviour.
“Passing the FASEA exam is a must for all advisers. Our jam-packed three-step program of webinars and a face-to-face workshop is designed to save hours of study time and provide participants with additional comfort that they are not ‘on their own’ after completing the workshop,” Speed said.
Launched in July, the program is due to run in October and November, with more sessions planned for 2020.
The government recently granted financial advisers a two-year extension to meet their FASEA education requirements.