The Mortgage Adviser apprenticeship offers an ideal entry point for a career in the mortgage advice sector or for potential progression into other Financial Services roles and can attract candidates from various backgrounds with differing skills and experience.
Mortgage advice is provided by a number of different types of businesses; direct to consumer through banks & building societies and also via mortgage intermediaries in the form of independent brokers or advisers linked to an Estate Agent or New Homes Developer. Due to changes in regulation, including the ‘Mortgage Market Review’, the role of the Mortgage Adviser has become more technical, with increased regulatory requirements and has led to an increase in demand for qualified practitioners in the sector.
Starting employment as an apprentice can occur throughout the year however the start-date for attending college for training, where required, might vary depending on the type of apprenticeship and will be communicated post-employment and sign-up.
|Duration||18 – 24 months however if the applicant has completed a level 2 qualification this is likely to be 18 months.|
|Apprenticeship Funding Band (Levy paying employers)||£9,000|
|Employer Contribution Fee (Non-levy paying employers)||£450|
All Fees and prices shown on the website are for courses starting in the 2019-20 academic year unless stated otherwise, and are correct at the time of entering/printing information, however these may be subject to change. The College cannot accept legal or financial liability as a result of any such changes.
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