Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning

Code:
FNS60415
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Recognition
Meets the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
Entry requirements
Core units from the Diploma of Financial Planning; or equivalent plus the unit: Provide advice in financial planning. Prerequisite units also apply for some electives.
Units in this course
Fee range
$1,560 - $3,499 (full fee)
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Units
Unit code
Unit title
Unit type
FNSFPL508
Conduct complex financial planning research
Core
FNSFPL601
Provide technical and professional guidance
Core
FNSFPL602
Determine client requirements and expectations for clients with complex needs
Core
FNSFPL603
Provide comprehensive monitoring and ongoing service
Core
FNSFPL604
Develop complex and innovative financial planning strategies
Core
FNSFPL605
Present and negotiate complex and innovative financial plans
Core
FNSFPL606
Implement complex and innovative financial plans
Core
FNSPRM601
Establish, supervise and monitor practice systems to conform with legislation and regulations
Core
BSBINM601
Manage knowledge and information
Elective
BSBINN502
Build and sustain an innovative work environment
Elective
BSBMGT605
Provide leadership across the organisation
Elective
BSBMGT617
Develop and implement a business plan
Elective
BSBSMB405
Monitor and manage small business operations
Elective
BSBSUS501
Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability
Elective
FNSASICQ503
Provide advice in first home saver market linked accounts
Elective
FNSASICR503
Provide advice in margin lending
Elective
FNSASICS503
Provide advice in foreign exchange
Elective
FNSASICT503
Provide advice in managed investments
Elective
FNSASICU503
Provide advice in superannuation
Elective
FNSASICV503
Provide advice in derivatives
Elective
FNSASICW503
Provide advice in securities
Elective
FNSASICX503
Provide advice in life insurance
Elective
FNSASICY503
Provide advice in insurance broking
Elective
FNSCUS505
Determine client requirements and expectations
Elective
FNSCUS506
Record and implement client instructions
Elective
FNSFMK502
Analyse financial market products for client
Elective
FNSFMK503
Advise clients on financial risk
Elective
FNSIAD501
Provide appropriate services, advice and products to clients
Elective
FNSIBK403
Place client insurances with insurer and confirm insurance cover with clients
Elective
FNSIBK507
Review service performance
Elective
FNSIBK508
Implement changes to broking client's insurance program
Elective
FNSIBK515
Monitor broking client requirements and establish loss control programs
Elective
FNSINC501
Conduct product research to support recommendations
Elective
FNSINC503
Identify situations requiring complex ethical decision making
Elective
FNSINC504
Apply ethical frameworks and principles to make and act upon decisions
Elective
FNSPRM602
Improve the practice
Elective
FNSPRM603
Grow the practice
Elective
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The full fee range does not factor in any government subsidies.

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  • Rates for local students only (not for international)  
  • Available data from the Australian Course Information Register

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