Cox Training LtdEstablished in 1999 by Sue Cox who has over 15 years experience within the Financial Services Industry. How can we help you? We specialise in preparing you to pass your financial services industry qualifications. Our workshops are conducted in a friendly manner with candid feedback with the opportunity to sit mock examinations as part of your preparation. Our workshops are generally Kent based however we do provide in-house training across the UK. Why choose us? We believe we are the best. With exceptional pass rates and feedback from leading financial services clients who return to us year on year for further training. We understand how important these exams are to you, and your employer. The thought of taking on these exams can often seem very daunting. With Cox Training you will discover our courses and workshops to be fun, enjoyable and best of all 'knowledgeable'. Every year our trainers re-sit the CeMAP, CeRGI & FPC (now the Certificate in Financial Planning). All of our trainers have passed the eight new Certificates in Financial Planning (CFP), Diploma in Personal Tax - J01 and Diploma in Trusts - JO2. We will be sitting the advanced diploma in Taxation and Trusts at the first sitting in April 2007. We do this so that we can fully appreciate the knowledge requirements for each individual examination and ensure that our training materials are up to date and appropriate to your examinations. Cox Training continues to work with a number of the UK's major financial services institutions, including the Institute of Financial Services (IFS), Chelsea Building Society, Lambeth Building Society, Woolwich Bank, Barclays Bank and many more. So who is Sue Cox? Sue is recognised within the financial services industry as a role model classroom trainer and as an accomplished Coach on a one-to-one basis. Creative and dynamic across a wide range of disciplines including Project Management, Course Design and Course Delivery. Exc...
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