Nucleus has launched an online portal aimed at helping adviser firms with their professional development by providing training materials and courses.
'Illuminate Learn' will complement the wrap platform's knowledge hub which gives platform users access to daily articles, videos and tools to help build their businesses and share best practice.
It also coexists alongside Illuminate Live, Nucleus' twice-yearly seminars aimed at supporting advice firm’s practice development.
Illuminate Learn is designed to be an advisory firm’s central resource for online learning and support for all staff who are studying for their diploma, chartered qualification or ongoing personal development.
The support Nucleus is offering on Illuminate Learn is for the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) exams, but the programme isn't affiliated to the CII.
Access to a range of bite-sized content, including detailed study guides and a bank of 6,000 exam questions and online tutor support will be available to adviser firm staff.
Some of the contributors supporting the initiative are leading industry experts Brett Davidson of FP Advance and Jon Dunckley from Redmill Advance, with content in the future being supplied by Tony Wickenden of Technical Connection and Carl Richards of The Behavior Gap.
Barry Neilson, business development director at Nucleus, said: "For any successful, forward-thinking business nurturing and harnessing talent is crucial to achieving a competitive advantage.
"An important part of this process is providing staff with access to relevant, high-quality training and development materials, combined with advice and guidance from industry experts.
"Building on the success of Illuminate online, which has become an important resource for advisers and office staff, we wanted to offer further support to help practices manage their teams’ professional development."
He added all courses are competitively priced and are designed to suit the needs of advisers and others who are managing the pressure of a full time role while studying for exams.