This is possible Suzie but you would need to demonstrate your knowledge and skills are still up to date with a knowledge assessment and role play. You would be coached prior to these assessments taking place and provided with materials to assist you but once these have been completed it would be possible to get back up and running and seeing clients. You would need to be supervised closely with business pre-sale checked to ensure that the advice was appropriate, but following a period of close supervision you could commence working toward achieving CAS status again.
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Where are you in the Country Suzie F ??
A little difficult to do accompanied client interviews to get to CAS Status, as I'm based on the South Coast of England
I wish you well
A lot of our clients have found that joining an existing brokerage as an RI for around 6 months is a viable way to go. If you are able to generate work this massively helps of course?