AMP’s financial planning graduate program has developed an online Masters program in conjunction with Griffith University which will include a focus on practical experience.
In a statement, AMP said the education program said will provide candidates with a Masters of Financial Planning university qualification and opportunities across AMP’s licensee groups.
AMP Horizons director Amelia Constantinidis said candidates will also gain practical financial planning experience during the program.
“With a flexible combination of online and face-to-face learning we think this will really appeal to people looking to further their career as a financial adviser and aspire to the highest professional standards,” she said.
Griffith University's Professor Mark Brimble said the program will build on the theoretical and practical base of the existing AMP Horizons program and offer a learning process embedded within industry frameworks.
Mr Brimble said Griffith University is delighted to be partnering with AMP as it enables the provision of a financial planning program that “strengthens educational opportunities within the industry”.
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