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Certificate II in Financial Services


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COURSE DESCRIPTION

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This qualification is intended to meet the financial literacy and basic financial skill needs of Australian Businesses or new entrants wishing to build potential pathways into the industry, particularly through VET programs.

CAREER OUTCOMES:

  • Customer Service Trainee
  • Sales Clerk

KEY FEATURES

Duration: 4 terms (24 weeks)

Assessment: Assignments

Course fee: $2,800

Study mode: On Campus - 20 hours per week

Nationally recognised, Australian Qualifications Framework standards, CRICOS 086413A

Start date: at the beginning of each term

ENTRY REQUIRMENTS

Academic (preferred): • Vocational experience assisting in a range of work settings without a formal qualification • Completed Year 10 or overseas equivalent

English: • Minimum score 5.5 or equivalent • English proficiency or intermediate level • Above from any NEAS accredited ELICOS

MODULES

Module 1 - Small Business Start-Up

In this unit students will develop their own small business ideas. Students will learn how to conduct a competitor analysis, identify gaps in the market and complete a basic business plan and budget. Students will also conduct a self-assessment to determine what skills they will have to learn to run a successful business. Students will also learn the requirements of the WHS requirements for a business.

Module 2 – Financial Services

This unit describes the skills and knowledge to understand and apply industry and organisational procedures to day-to-day work in the financial services industry. Students will also learn about the financial systems and markets operating in Australia, including the role of the central bank and financial regulators and the impact of its decisions on business and consumers.

Module 3 - Savings Plan

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to develop and implement a savings plan to achieve identified goals and understanding the role of the savings plan, the risk/return relationship and how to determine appropriate savings vehicles to maximize savings. Using innovative work place scenarios, students will enjoy developing ideas about better ways of doing things at work.

Module 4 – Introduction to Tax

In this module students will learn the role of taxation in the Australian economy, including why and how tax is levied and collected, types of taxes paid by business and individuals, and its impact on investment choices. Students will also learn how to organise electronic information and data.
What You Get

  • Engaging Lessons
  • Project Based Learning
  • Flexible Timetable

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26 June 2017

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