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Could you be eligible for funding for your financial training course?

As the premier financial training academy in the UK, Training Wizard ( helps individuals and company teams meet their mortgage broker training and financial adviser training goals. If you are considering training in these lucrative and rewarding fields, or would like some of your employees to undertake the training, but fear you or your company may not be able to make the full financial commitment, then make sure you find out whether you or your company is eligible for funding.


Many individuals seek to undertake financial adviser training or mortgage broker training in a bid to re-train into a new and challenging career. Without the backing of a company putting them through this training, some individuals may fear that they need to find 100% of the course costs themselves. In some cases, however, there could be funding available which could help you with at least part of the cost of retraining. Seek advice from your local council, local Business Link branch, Careers Advice Service and Regional Development Agency, all of which will be able to help advise you as to what funding is available for your particular case. Even unemployed individuals wishing to take CeMAP, CeFA or DipFA courses can obtain financial assistance in some cases – consult the local Job Centre for details on your personal situation.


If you are a UK registered company and you have an employee or team of employees which you wish to enter into CeMAP or DipFA training, then your company may be eligible for funding of this professional training. UK government and EU funding is available for a wide number of professional qualifications, including financial training in some instances and dependant on certain criteria. Team leaders or HR representatives of UK registered companies should consult their local Business Link branch for details on their firm’s availability.


Further information on funding for financial adviser and mortgage advisor courses can be found at