Training for Discount Brokers
Find training for discount brokers to start or advance your careerDiscount brokerage firms look for qualified candidates who have already received their broker licenses through the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASSA). Look for online and local training centers to study for the Series 63, Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination, and the Series 66, Uniform Combined State Law Examination.
Continue with online discount brokerage professional development courses through other training centers and trade groups. Take the exams to qualify for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) exam and get bonded to work in the industry. Add other training to build on your expertise. Watch for training for discount brokers for multiple industries in a number of places.
1. Find training to earn a discount broker license.
2. Diversify your work with training for additional discount brokerage certifications.
3. Join groups for discount brokerages that offer members professional development opportunities.
Look for training to prepare to sit for online discount brokers exams
Add stock brokerage licenses and certifications with additional trainingAdd additional securities licenses by passing certain exams such as the Series 3 exam for selling futures and commodities. Look for training that includes sales and strategies training, how to write contracts and training for understanding risks.
Find continuing education training at associations for discount brokeragesLook to your trade groups to find additional training in compliance issues and dispute resolution. Get credits for discount stock brokerage continuing education that you need to maintain your brokers' license through associations that provide members with training options.
- Include training on emerging software programs as you continue with your brokerage services training.
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