This qualification can serve as a bridging program for existing financial advisers who already hold an approved or relevant qualification and are only required to study a selection of remaining courses to meet education requirements.
Our program embeds core bridging courses that have been specifically outlined in FASEA’s education standards. These include ethics and professionalism, financial advice regulatory and legal obligations, and behavioural finance: client and consumer behaviour. Depending on your requirements, you may need to undertake one, or all, of these courses.
While FASEA have not approved graduate certificates from any education provider, the Standards Authority will formally recognise students who have successfully completed accredited courses within UniSA Online’s Graduate Certificate in Financial Planning. It’s an ideal study option if you’re looking to top up your education in a few select areas, without having to put life on hold or take time off work.