Bower Retirement has designed its own exam and assessment system with a focus on compliance, mortgages and protection and equity release.
All who take part in the three-day course will be designated a supervisor with the offer of an adviser role at Bower Retirement after attaining competent adviser status.
Advisers will receive regular continuous professional development to ensure they are kept up-to-date with the changes in the market.
Andrea Rozario (pictured), chief corporate officer at Bower Retirement, said: “The growth of the market is attracting advisers looking for a rewarding career but they need support in building and expanding their own businesses which is why we have launched the training academy.
“Advisers can only reach their maximum potential if they receive the necessary specialist training and one-to-one support which we are aiming to provide through the academy and induction training.”