The academy will have two further intakes later this year and has also increased the number of training centres to three, with courses available in Swindon, London and Newcastle.
Openwork saw a total of 57 recruits join the academy last year, with women making up 32%.
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“The record intake to the Openwork Academy underlines our commitment to increase access to advice so more people across the UK can receive the expert help they need to create and protect wealth for themselves and their families,” said Claire Limon, director of learning and acquisition at Openwork (pictured above).
“The financial advice market is set for an exciting period of growth as demand increases and we are delighted to welcome the latest intake to the academy and to maintain momentum throughout the coming years with more trainees at our new training centres.”