Financial Services Professional Registered Apprenticeship

 

Select this occupation:

https://dwd.wisconsin.gov/apprenticeship/trades/financial.htm

 

 

Did you know?

  • Financial service professionals include financial advisors, investment advisors, and insurance agents.

  • Wisconsin's Financial Services Professional Registered Apprenticeship is the first in the nation.

  • Job prospects should be excellent. Employment is projected to increase by 15%, much faster than average, by 2026.

 

The program combines formal, structured on-the-job learning from your skilled professionals with related classroom instruction. It was designed by financial services professionals for your industry. Available to financial services and banking employers of all sizes.

 

Prepares entry-level employees to be skilled financial services professionals in one year.  More experienced employees can receive program credit for prior experience and education.

Official Contract with the State of Wisconsin specifies the training and performance, providing standards for the industry and flexibility for employers.

  • Progressive Wages are earned by apprentices as their skills grow. Wages are set by the employer. Apprentices are paid to attend related instruction.  

  • Nationally Recognized Certificate is awarded to graduates. It is recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor.  

  • Industry Certifications Two required licenses: Must be obtained prior to beginning. Series 6 & Series 63 licenses OR Series 7 & Series 66 licenses Three optional certifications: Life Insurance and Health Insurance licenses Trustworthy Selling certificate  

  • Career Pathways are plentiful for graduates, such as leadership roles and credit towards higher education.  

On-the-Job Learning  

is 90% of apprenticeship.  Apprentices are full-time, paid employees trained by the employer's skilled workers.  

Related Instruction  

teaches the theory behind daily job duties.  It is offered mostly through the Wisconsin Technical College System.  

Official Contract  

with the State of Wisconsin specifies the training and performance, providing standards for the industry and flexibility for employers. 

Progressive Wages  

are earned by apprentices as their skills grow. Wages are set by the employer.  Apprentices are paid to attend related instruction.  

Nationally Recognized Certificate

is awarded to graduates.  It is recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor. 

Career Pathways 

are plentiful for graduates, such as leadership roles and credit towards higher education.  

On-the-Job Learning | 2,000 hours Six required duties: 

Related Instruction | 144 hours*

 

 

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