FTC provides three daytime, tuition-based course structures. Candidates can select the course most appropriate to their level of experience, preferred method of study and time available. The structured course is designed for those candidates who prefer a more structured approach to their studies. This consists of three phases: A two day introduction, three day interim and three day revision. The end-loaded course is designed for those students who may have more experience or a relevant background. It has the same coverage as the structured course, but is end-loaded. The three day Introductory Phase of the course covers the core elements of the syllabus while the five day Final Phase is an intensive revision of the whole syllabus. The weekend course is based around delivery on Saturdays and Sundays. It is made up of three phases, a two day syllabus introduction, a three day comprehensive review and a two day exam focused revision course.
The home study option is available for those who are not able to attend tutorials. This includes comprehensive study material based on the SchweserTM notes and ongoing tutor support, and optional purchase of the online element.