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Depends on which office you fall under, but typically training is the best training you will ever find.
zip, Nada, no, nothing, goose egg
No experience is required! They teach you everything there possibly is to know about finances.
they do a decent job of training you at first but let it drop off once someone new comes along and they are tired of working with you. they want to churn and burn. so at first its good then progressively becomes worse and they look at you as a waste of time
It can feel overwhelming at times with the amount you need to know but you have support from others in the office, your mentor, and the home office.
Job training consists of going on appointments with your leader to learn how to do presentation based on your warm market. There is onsite training by attending meetings, however, the meetings become redundant with information being constantly repeated, which is SELL, SELL, SELL
Training for every phase of business is available from top producers.
Training is 2-3 times a week and it's honestly a great environment to be in. Doesn't feel like an obligation to be honest. I love going to the office to see how all my co-workers are doing.
On the job training is how I learn best, and others tell me it is how they prefer to learn too. Our shadowing and mentorship field training coupled with classroom and online training affords everyone the opportunity to learn at their own pace.
There's no training to speak of in terms of true financial education. I worked for Prudential in the past, and their financial training was excellent. Primerica training is focused on how to recruit (read: how to con) others into working for the company.