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    AF1 Personal Tax and Trust Planning

    The AF1 Personal Tax and Trust Planning forms part of the Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning and will give you 30 credits at advanced level.  AF1 consists of 7 weeks of structured learning with 16 modules in total. Each week is broken down into bite sized learning chunks.


    AF4 Investment Planning

    The AF4 Investment Planning forms part of the Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning and will give you 30 credits at advanced level.  AF4 consists of 6 weeks of structured learning with 22 modules in total. Each week is broken down into bite sized learning chunks.


    AF5 Financial planning process
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    The AF5 analysis takes a detailed look at the CII Fact Find and includes16,000 + words of essential learning. Our AF5 analysis has been written by Redmill’s Head of Technical who holds in excess of 650 CII points – He has analysed the Fact Find and offers his detailed findings in this document to support your exam study.


    AF7 Pensions Transfer

    The AF7 Pensions Transfers forms part of the Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning and will give you 20 credits at advanced level.  AF7 consists of 5 weeks of structured learning with 12 modules in total. Each week is broken down into bite-sized learning chunks.
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    R01 Financial Services Regulation and Ethics

    R01 Financial Serviced Regulation and Ethics forms part of the Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning and upon successful completion will give you 20 credits at diploma level. R01 consists of 5 weeks of structured learning with 16 modules in total . Each week is broken down into bite-sized learning chunks.


    R02 Investment Principles and Risk

    R02 Investment principles and risk forms part of the Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning and upon successful completion will give you 20 credits at diploma level. R02 consists of 4 weeks of structured learning with 16 modules in total. Each week is broken down into bite-sized learning chunks.


    R03 Personal Taxation

    The R03 (Personal Taxation) exam forms part of the Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning and upon successful completion will give you 10 credits at diploma level. R03 consists of 4 weeks of structured learning with 19 modules in total. Each week is broken down into bite-sized learning chunks.


    R04 Pensions and Retirement Planning

    The R04 Pensions and Retirement Planning exam forms part of the Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning and upon successful completion will give you 10 credits at diploma level. R04 consists of 4 weeks of structured learning with 15 modules in total. Each week is broken down into bite-sized learning chunks.


    R05 Financial Protection

    The R05 Financial Protection exam forms part of the Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning and upon successful completion will give you 10 credits at diploma level. R05 consists of 4 weeks of structured learning with 18 modules in total. Each week is broken down into bite-sized learning chunks.

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    CF8 Long Term Care
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    The CF8 exam is a stand-alone module, leading to the Award in Long Term Care Insurance. It is a level 3 qualification and completion will give 15 credits. It also acts as an FCA approved qualification advising on Long Term Care Insurance, when held alongside another appropriate qualification for advice such as the Certificate in Financial Planning, Diploma in Financial Planning or Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning.


    ER1 Equity Release
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    The ER1 exam forms part of the Certificate in Equity Release and upon successful completion will give you 15 credits at certificate level. The exam is a two-hour computer based multiple choice exam held at test centres throughout the country. The exam format consists of 75 questions – 50 standard multiple-choice questions with and five case studies each with a further 5 multiple-choice questions.
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    J11 Wraps and Platform Services
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    The J11 exam forms part of the Diploma in Financial Planning and upon successful completion will give you 20 credits at diploma level. The exam is a two-hour written examination. You can only enter this written exam for the specific available sittings – April and October each year. The exam is made up of two sections – part A containing ‘short answer’ questions from across the syllabus and then part B asking more detailed questions around two case studies.