This course provides a student with an understanding of the regulatory framework governing the Australian financial services industry and possesses basic financial planning skills in investment advice, investment strategies, superannuation, income taxation, retirement benefits and estate planning.
|Successful completion of a Bachelor degree, or|
|an advanced diploma, or equivalent with relevant working experience|
|Minimum IELTS of 6.0 or equivalent (international student)|
|Qualification Core Units|
|GDFPAS801||Provide complex financial planning advice Download|
|GDFEPS802||Develop advanced estate and superannuation plans Download|
|GDFIPM803||Provide investment advice Download|
|GDFSST804||Design tax minimisation plans Download|
|1 year full time study|
February, April, July and October.
Synchronous Distance Delivery:
AIBT Synchronous Distance Delivery is the learning in real time with the trainer, tutor at the helm of the room leading the discussion, encouraging active participation in the learning materials. The delivery is through online virtual classroom, so students can expect the same high quality learning received through face to face onsite.
Online lectures, tutorials and support sessions
Face to face lectures, tutorials and support sessions; a mix of projects, written assessments, reports and presentations
|Students who enrol for the four units to be undertaken over a 12 month period are eligible for a Student Card indicating they are a full time student of AIBT.|
( Not Member of AIOFP)
(Member of AIOFP)
|Material Fee||Enrolment Fee|
|AUD x 1 year||$18,000||$10,000||$8,000||$500||$300|
Articulation and Pathways
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