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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any questions regarding RG146 compliance and how it impacts you and your business, please select this link to email us Contact Us or phone on 1300 306 146.

1. Why do I need RG146 training?

ASIC regulation specifies that those providing advice to retail clients need to be RG 146 compliant. The intention of the Regulatory Guideline 146 Training of financial product advisers (RG 146) is to ensure all providers of financial product advice are suitably qualified.

It is unlawful to provide advice to Australian retail clients in any area or on any financial product where you do not meet the education standards in accordance with ASIC RG146 guidelines and be authorised by Australian Financial Services Licensee.

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2. What constitutes advice?

Advice is a recommendation, a statement of opinion or a report that is intended to influence a person in making a decision (buy, sell or hold) in relation to a particular financial product, or would reasonably be regarded as being intended to have such an influence.

Relevant advice can be general or personal and this will impose different obligations in terms of the:

  1. kinds of disclosures required
  2. level of training for the providers of advice

A person (including an accountant, lawyer and tax agent) will have to be licensed if they conduct on a business of giving financial product advice.

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3. If I give 'general advice' what prerequisite training is required?

General advice is the promotion and/or selling a product where no recommendation is made to the customer as to the suitability of that product. This means that a product adviser cannot 'select' from a group of potential products which might be more suitable for a particular client in relation to their personal needs, circumstances or objectives. The general or product adviser is selling specific products and acting for the product provider.

If you provide 'general advice' is mandatory to complete compulsory unit of Australian Industry Essentials (Generic Knowledge), which sets the foundation by teaching the integrity, ethics and legislative requirements of an adviser.

You should complete this prerequisite ...

... which includes these topics:

compulsory unit...

Australian Economy
Australian Financial Markets
Investment Funds

Australian Industry Essentials (AIE)

Corporations Act
Regulatory Environment
Licensees & Representatives
Legal Obligations of Representatives
Ethics in Practice

N.B. Learners seeking full RG146 accreditation will need to complete at least one specialist RG146 training course that relates to the type of financial product you intend to specialise.

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4. If I give 'personal advice' what prerequisite training is required?

Personal advice is the recommendation of a financial service or product to a customer where you have considered one or more of the customers objectives, financial situation and needs. The personal adviser is acting on behalf of the client and is making a recommendation in relation to suitable financial products.

If you provide 'personal advice', it is mandatory that you complete foundational knowledge of Australian Industry Essentials (AIE) and Financial Advice Fundamentals. These units set the foundation by teaching the financial advice planning process, that is reinforced in each of the subsequent RG146 specialist subjects.

You should complete this prerequisite ...

... which includes these topics:

Australian Industry Essentials (AIE)
Part 1: Australian Economy
Part 2: Australian Financial Markets
Part 3: Investment Funds
Part 4: Regulatory Environment
Part 5: Corporations Act
Part 6: Licensees and Representatives
Part 7: Ethics in Practice

Financial Advice Fundamentals (FAF)
Part 1: Personal Taxation
Part 2: Social Security
Part 3: Wealth Creation Fundamentals
Part 4: Estate Planning Fundamentals
Part 5: Establish Client Relationship
Part 6: Identify Client Objectives and Financial Situation
Part 7: Analyse Client Objectives and Financial Situation
Part 8: Develop Strategies and Solutions
Part 9: Present Strategies and Negotiate Solutions
Part 10: Implement Agreed Plan
Part 11: Provide Ongoing Service

N.B. Learners seeking full RG146 accreditation must complete at least one specialist RG146 subject that relates to the type of financial product you intend to specialise.

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5. What specialist RG146 training do I require?

In addition to the prerequisite subjects described via section 3 and 4, you must successfully complete an ASIC registered training course(s) that relate to the type of financial product you intend to specialise.

Specialist RG146 courses include:

  • Superannuation
  • SMSF (you must have completed superannuation)
  • Managed Investments
  • Securities
  • Derivatives
  • Foreign Exchange
  • Margin Lending & Geared Investments
  • Life Insurance
  • General Insurance (Tier II)
  • Accident and Sickness Insurance (Tier II)

You can undertake one or more of the specialist RG146 training courses listed, which will grant you RG146 competency to provide advice in the related areas.

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6. Can I just complete individual RG146 courses?

Some Dealer Groups will permit their advisers to be qualified to provide limited advice in one specialist area.

For example, to be qualified to provide General Advice in relation to:

  • Life Insurance (general advice)
  • Superannuation (general advice)
  • SMSF general advice)
  • Managed Investments (general advice)
  • Securities (general advice)
  • Derivatives (general advice)
  • Foreign Exchange (general advice)
  • Margin Lending & Geared Investments (general advice)

For example, to be qualified to provide Personal Advice in relation to:

  • Life Insurance (personal advice)
  • Superannuation (personal advice)
  • SMSF (personal advice)
  • Managed Investments (personal advice)
  • Securities (personal advice)
  • Derivatives (personal advice)
  • Foreign Exchange (personal advice)
  • Margin Lending & Geared Investments (personal advice)
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7. When should I do the full Diploma of Financial Planning?

The Diploma of Financial Planning is the industry-standard qualification required for most careers in the financial services industry. Most Dealer Groups today require their advisers to have the full Diploma in order to be qualified to provide personal financial advice to retail clients.

The Diploma of Financial Planning qualification is made up of four Tier I RG146 subjects which can each be undertaken by Distance Education or by Optional Workshop sessions:

Financial Advice

The first subject (DFP 1) sets the foundation by teaching Australian Industry Essentials and Financial Advice Fundamentals which is reinforced in each of the specialist knowledge RG146 Training Courses.

Life Insurance

The second subject (DFP 2) will allow you to provide personal advice to clients on general insurance, income protection, Insurance, business overheads and trauma insurance.

Superannuation

The third subject (DFP 3) enables you to provide personal advice on personal and business superannuation, retirement income stream products, pensions, roll-overs and annuities.

Investment

Successful completion of the final subject (DFP 4) will allow you to provide personal advice on property ownership structures, listed property trusts, managed investments, shares, derivatives, and fixed interest products.

Upon successful completion of the four subjects that comprise the DFP program, you will attain the Diploma of Financial Planning which is a nationally recognised qualification and grants you RG146 competency to provide personal advice in the related areas under license. However, this Diploma offers more than just RG146 compliance training. It is designed to engage and challenge participants so that they have the skills to apply knowledge gained in the workplace.

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8. Should I study in a workshop with a facilitator?

RG146 Training Australia's workshop sessions are ideal if you are new to the industry, prefer a structured learning environment and like to interact with industry peers. Facilitators are skilled at making the workshop experience interactive, interspersing real life examples to stimulate interest.

You can choose to attend workshop sessions in quick succession or attend individual courses over several months. For example, you may choose to do a 2-3 day training course every fortnight or month in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

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9. Should I study by distance education?

Self-paced learning is ideal if you are remotely located, returning to the industry or have other commitments. Distance Education is also approximately half the cost of workshop courses, but you will need to allocate regular study times and be self-disciplined.

You will be assigned an experienced adviser and financial planner, who will be available by telephone and email to provide speedy assessment feedback and technical support by telephone from 9 AM to 5 PM, Monday - Friday or by email

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10. Can I choose to do one course by distance education and another by workshop?

Yes. Whether you do a course by Workshop or by Distance Education is your choice. You may even upgrade from Distance Education to a workshop session by registering your interest with your training adviser or by emailing learn@mentoreducation.com.au.

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11. How long does the workshop training take?

Individual workshop courses are 1 or 2 days in duration and are generally run from 8.30am to 4.30pm between Tuesday and Friday. You will also need to allow 2-3 weeks for pre-reading course material prior to the Workshop commencement date and time following to submit your assignments, case study and do your role-play. Some assessment tasks will be completed external of the workshop session(s).

Please consult our course schedule for the next workshop session in your region. All specialist adviser course enrolments are active for 6 months, and full qualification course enrolments are active for 10-months.

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12. How long does distance education take?

The time it takes to complete a distance education course varies by individual, but if you are currently working in the financial services industry you should allow at least 60 hours of study for each subject.

New entrants to the financial services industry should allow up to 150 hours of study for each subject.

All specialist adviser course enrolments are active for 6 months, and full qualification course enrolments are active for 10-months.

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13. Can I receive recognition of prior learning (RPL) or National Recognition (NR) for courses I have already done?

RG146 Training Australia recognises all previously attained qualifications and/or statements of attainment that are current and relevant to the financial services (through National Recognition) completed with other TAFE's or registered training organisations.

RG146 Training Australia recognises all previously attained qualifications that are current and relevant to the financial services sector... An assessment to determine eligibility for RPL is required.

For pre-enrolment National Recognition and RPL approval, please provide a copy of your previously attained qualifications and/or statements of attainment by:

fax to the RTO Manager on 1300 366 170 (Int: +61 3 9614 1877) or

email attaching a scanned copy as a PDF to learn@mentoreducation.com.au

If you apply for National Recognition or RPL as part of your enrolment, check the RPL tick box and course fees will be calculated subject to your RPL application approval. If, in the event that the Recognition/RPL application is not successful, you will be notified and arrangements made for your enrolment.

ASIC requires advisers with foreign qualifications to undertake courses on the ASIC training register to become familiar with Australian regulatory requirements (RG146.5 / RG146.5).

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14. Can I upgrade from general to personal advice?

If you have successfully completed a unit that qualifies you to provide general advice (i.e. Australian Industry Essentials (Generic Knowledge), you can do the skills assessment (Financial Advice Fundamentals) to qualify you to provide personal advice in the specialist knowledge area that you are qualified in.

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15. Once I successfully complete the Diploma, what abbreviation can I use on my business cards?

Once you have been awarded the Diploma of Financial Planning, you can use a post nominal on your business card, resume and letter head to convey your qualifications. While there are no hard and fast rules about how you abbreviate this qualification, some examples include DFP, Diploma FP, Dip. Financial Planning or Dip. FP.

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16. I work in a stock broking firm. What course should I do?

To be qualified to work in a stock broking firm, you must be RG146 compliant to provide advice on managed investments, Securities, Derivatives or Foreign Exchange. RG146 courses that are suitable for a career in a stock broking, include general advice in:

Securities (general advice)

Further courses may be required by your employer, such as:

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17. Which RG146 courses can I do to provide advice on general insurance?

The General Insurance course is designed for individuals who are interested in a career selling General, Personal and Business Insurance products as covered by ASIC's Regulatory Guideline 146 (RG146).

For existing authorised representatives, successful completion of this course allows you to extend your advisory range into General Insurance products.

There are two streams of General Insurance courses available, depending on the product you wish to provide advice on:

  1. Tier 2 General Insurance relates to providing general advice in products such as insurance for cars, house and contents, landlord, caravan, boat and travel.
    Course Requirement:
    • Tier II General Insurance
  2. Tier 1 General Insurance relates to providing personal advice in Sickness and Accident insurance.
    Course Requirement:
    • Australian Industry Essentials
    • Tier I General Insurance (including Sickness and Accident supplement)
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18. What RG146 training do I need to advise on self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs)?

The SPAA accredited Self-Managed Superannuation Funds course is designed for advisers who need to know how to set-up, operate and comply with the regulatory requirements of operating a SMSF.

To obtain undertake the SMSF Course, it is recommended that you have successfully completed the Financial Advice and Superannuation subjects that form part of the Diploma of Financial Planning (FNS 50601) qualification or equivalent.

This will enable you to receive a Statement of Attainment awarding the following Units of Competencies:

FNSASICZ503B

Provide advice in financial planning

FNSINC401A

Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry

FNSFPL501A

Comply with financial planning practice ethical and operational guidelines and regulations


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19. I am an AFS licensee and advise and deal in derivatives. How does RG146 apply to me?

The RG146 training standards for generic knowledge and specialist knowledge in Derivatives must be satisfied at the Tier 1 educational level. To be qualified to provide advice and trade in derivatives, you will need to complete the following two subjects:

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20. Are 'product issuers' required to meet the training requirements under RG146?

Product issuers when advertising their own products may be providing financial product advice. In addition, any advisers and customer service representatives must have the necessary competencies to perform their functions which include a thorough understanding of the limits of the financial product advice they are permitted to give.

Appropriate RG146 training may include one of the following:

  • Insurance (general advice)
  • Superannuation (general advice)
  • Investment (general advice)
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21. How does RG146 apply to paraplanners?

Para-Planners are representatives that perform functions such as collecting information from retail clients about their objectives, financial situation or needs, preparing draft Statements of Advice (SoA) and assisting in the explanation of financial product advice to retail clients.

The Diploma of Financial Planning Course is unique in that it contains the unit of competency 'FNSFPL508A: Conduct complex financial planning research' that is a requirement to qualify as a Para-Planner.

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22. How does RG146 apply to trainees, office staff and adviser assistants?

Trainees, office staff and adviser assistants who support financial planners, advisers or insurance brokers require RG146 training as it provides the specialist knowledge necessary to successfully perform their duties.

Support staff should consider one of the following ASIC registered RG146 Courses:

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23. Is advice given by a tax agent financial product advice?

Advice given by a tax agent registered under the Part VIIA of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 is not financial product advice, if the advice is given in the ordinary course of activities.

However, if tax advice is intended to influence the client in decision-making about financial products, the tax advice may be financial product advice. Therefore, if you are a tax adviser you will need to consider whether you provide any financial services that may require you to hold an AFS license or become a representative of a licensee.

You may also wish to transition into the financial services industry, in which case is may be appropriate to complete the Diploma of Financial Planning Course.

Diploma of Financial Planning

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24. How does RG146 apply to incidental advice provided by lawyers?

Advice given by a lawyer in their professional capacity about matters of law, legal interpretation or the application of law to the facts is not financial product advice. A person is also taken not to provide financial product advice if they only express an opinion or recommendation about the allocation of a person's funds among certain types of products and do not express an opinion or recommendation about a specific financial product or class of financial products.

Where lawyers wish to transition into the financial services industry, they tend to enrol in the Diploma of Financial Planning Course.

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25. Why do recognised accountants require RG146 training and appropriate AFSL authorisation?

With the removal of the Accountants Exemption Accountants must now meet ASIC's RG146 regulatory education requirement to continue to provide compliant advice in various financial services and products.

The best solution for accountants to quickly meet this legislative requirement is a unique tailored Fast-Track 6-day Accountant's Bridging Course (ABC).

The specialist course has been rolled out to accountants aligned with major financial services groups includes combined assessments for Life Insurance, Superannuation, SMSF, Investments & Margin Lending, that provides:

  • Study Options - Workshop and Online options
  • Location Options - in-house or local venue training option for groups of 8 or more
  • Study credits given for existing knowledge or qualifications

Removal of Accountant's Exemption

You are not able to do the following things without RG146 training and AFSL authorisation, even if you are a recognised accountant:

  1. You cannot give any advice that relates to the particular assets or investment strategy of the SMSF, including whether the trustee should acquire or dispose of certain financial products or classes of financial product.
  2. You cannot recommend that the client dispose of interests in another type of superannuation fund (such as an employer fund or public offer fund), or any other type of financial product, even if the recommendation is for the client to dispose of that product in order to establish or join a SMSF (for example, by rolling over funds from the other superannuation fund to the SMSF).
  3. You cannot recommend that the client change the investment strategies or contribution levels of another type of superannuation fund. That is, you cannot recommend that the client stop contributing to an existing superannuation fund and instead make contributions into a SMSF. You cannot give advice to switch between investment options.
  4. You cannot recommend that your client should not invest in other types of financial product.
  5. You cannot recommend that your client join an existing SMSF unless that recommendation is reasonably necessary to, and an integral part of, advice about the establishment, operation, structuring or valuation of the fund.

Move into Financial Planning - Expand Revenue Opportunities

Many accountants are establishing referral arrangements, joint ventures or financial planning divisions to their practice. To be transition into the financial services industry.

The Accountant's Bridging Course (ABC) supports either of these three options

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26. When should I do the Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning)?

A large number of Dealer Groups today, also require their financial planners to have the nationally recognised Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning. This advanced level of qualification is to allow planners to provide personal financial advice to discerning clients in relation to Estate Planning, Taxation Planning, Investment Planning and Complex Financial Planning.

The Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning is an education pathway for advanced standing with peak financial services industry associations, including the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) Financial Planning Association (FPA) and the Independent Financial Advisers (IFA).

This qualification comprises four subjects which can each be undertaken by self-paced fully-supported Distance Education in any order, provided that ADFP - Financial Planning is the last subject completed:

Taxation Planning

The first subject (ADFP 1) will qualify you to provide personal advice to clients on taxation planning, including Australian Taxation System Income Tax, FBT, PAYG, HEC, Income, CGT, Retirement Planning, Deductions and Personal Tax Planning.

Estate Planning

The second subject (ADFP 2) will qualify you to provide personal advice to clients on estate planning, succession planning and trusts.

Investment Planning

The third subject (ADFP 3) enables you to provide personal advice in relation to portfolio construction, risk and return, diversification, investment styles, research and disclosure.

Financial Planning

Successful completion of the final subject (ADFP 4) will qualify you to conduct complex financial planning research, determine complex client needs, provide comprehensive monitoring and implement innovate financial plans.

Upon successful completion of this education program, you will achieve the Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning qualification and earn up to 52 accredited CPD points.

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27. I have been out of the industry for some time but have the old DFP. What do I need to do to meet ASIC's new RG146 requirements?

Given your previous industry experience, maintenance of continuous professional development and recognition of prior learning, you are able to undertake an accelerated GAP Assessment to save you time accelerate accreditation and support your online enrolment.

Start with the knowledge assessment to establish your level of knowledge. This will save you time and allow you to focusing your study only on the GAP that you identified to successfully complete the Diploma of Financial Planning

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28. What are industry competencies?

RG146 Training Australia has structured its training to meet the required national standards for content and assessment methods as required by the Financial Services Training Package (FSTP), principles of Competency Based Training (CBT) and the Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) policies.

A Training Package is a set of nationally endorsed standards and qualifications used to recognise and assess the skills and knowledge people needed to perform effectively in the workplace. Training Packages are developed by industry through national industry skills councils (ISCs) or by enterprises to meet the identified training needs of specific industries or industry sectors.

Competency-based training (CBT) was introduced in the late 1980s as part of wider economic policy measures to improve the skill levels of the Australian workforce, enable Australian industry to be more competitive in global markets and establish new career structures for the Australian workforce. In a traditional educational system, the unit of progression is time and it is teacher-centred. In a CBT system, the unit of progression is mastery of specific knowledge and skills.

Australian vocational education and training (VET) policy adopted by successive governments at federal, State and Territory levels requires the application of CBT to the relevant training package.

RG 146 Training Australia's courses meet the above standards of the financial services industry and are listed on the ASIC Training Register.

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29. What competencies do I get if I complete the diploma?

Upon successful completion of the Diploma of Financial Planning (FNS 50611), you will be issued with a statement of attainment which includes the following units of competency:

Core Units of Competency

BSBITU402A

Develop and use complex spreadsheets

BSBOHS303B

Contribute to OHS hazard identification and risk assessment

FNSASICZ503A

Provide advice in financial planning

FNSFPLN501A

Comply with financial planning practice ethical and operational guidelines and regulations

FNSFPLN502A

Conduct financial planning analysis and research

FNSFPLN508A

Conduct complex financial planning research

FNSFPLN503A

Develop and prepare financial plan

FNSFPLN504A

Implement financial plan

FNSFPLN505A

Review financial plan and provide ongoing service

FNSFPLN506A

Meet with client to determine client requirements and expectations

FNSICIND401C

Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry


Elective Units

FNSFPLN507A

Provide financial planning advice

FNSASIC503ZA

Provide advice in Financial Planning

In addition the following units of competency will be awarded in accordance with the training obligations for an Authorised Representative under ASIC RG146 as listed on the ASIC training register.

FNSASICX503A

Provide advice in Life Insurance

FNSASICT503A

Provide advice in Managed Investments

FNSASICW503A

Provide advice in Securities

FNSASICV503A

Provide advice in Derivatives

FNSASICU503A

Provide advice in Superannuation


Co-requisite Units

FNSFMK502A

Analyse financial market products for client

FNSFMK503A

Advise clients on financial risk

FNSCUS505A

Determine client requirements and expectations

FNSCUS506A

Record and implement client instructions

FNSIAD501A

Provide appropriate services, advice and products to clients

FNSINC501A

Conduct product research to support recommendations

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30. How are the courses assessed?

The courses are assessed through multiple choice knowledge test questions, case studies with short-answer responses and simulated client/adviser role-play. This provides an enhanced learning experience by combining knowledge, skills and assessment in a continuous cycle throughout the course.

If you choose to study by the distance education, you will have access to our Distance Education team who will be available by email and telephone to provide speedy assessment feedback and technical support.

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31. What competencies do I get if I complete the Advanced diploma?

Upon successful completion of the Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning, you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment which includes the following units of competency:

Core Units

Title

FNSFPL508A

Conduct complex financial planning research

FNSFPL601A

Provide technical and professional guidance

FNSFPL602A

Determine client requirements and expectations for clients with complex needs

FNSFPL603A

Provide comprehensive monitoring and ongoing service

FNSFPL604A

Develop complex and innovative financial planning strategies

FNSFPL605A

Present and negotiate complex and innovative financial plans

FNSFPL606A

Implement complex and innovative financial plan

FNSPRM601A

Establish, supervise and monitor practice systems to conform with legislation and regulations


Elective Units

National Recognition of three elective and related co-requisite units of competency

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32. What competencies do I get if I complete the Life Insurance Adviser course?

Upon successful completion of the Life Insurance RG146 Course (General Advice) as listed on the ASIC Training Register, you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in partial completion of the nationally recognised qualification of the Diploma of Financial Planning, which includes the following units of competency:

Competency Unit

Title

FNSIAD301A    

Provide general advice on financial products and services

Upon successful completion of the Life Insurance RG146 Course (Personal Advice) as listed on the ASIC Training Register, you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for the following units of competency:

Competency Unit

Title

FNSASICX503A

Provide advice in Life Insurance

FNSCUS505A

Determine client requirements and expectations

FNSCUS506A

Record and implement client instructions

FNSIAD501A

Provide appropriate services, advice and products to clients

FNSINC501A

Conduct product research to support recommendations

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33. What competencies do I get if I complete the Superannuation Adviser course?

Upon successful completion of the Superannuation RG146 Course (General Advice) as listed on the ASIC Training Register, you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment with the following unit of competency:
 

Competency Unit

Title

FNSIAD301A    

Provide general advice on financial products and services

Upon successful completion of the Superannuation RG146 Course (Personal Advice) as listed on the ASIC Training Register, you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment with the following units of competency:
 

Competency Unit

Title

FNSASIC503UB

Provide advice in Superannuation

FNSCUS505A

Determine client requirements and expectations

FNSCUS506A

Record and implement client instructions

FNSIAD501A

Provide appropriate services, advice and products to clients

FNSINC501A

Conduct product research to support recommendations

The Superannuation Adviser Knowledge & Skills course is designed for individuals who require authorisation by an Australian Financial Services License (AFSL) holder to provide advice on regulated Superannuation products.

For existing authorised representatives, successful completion of this course allows you to extend your advisory range into Superannuation products.

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34. What competencies do I get if I complete the Investment Adviser course?

Upon successful completion of the Investment RG146 Course (General Advice) as listed on the ASIC Training Register, you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment with the following unit of competency:

Competency Unit

Title

FNSIAD301A

Provide General Advice on financial products and services

Upon successful completion of the Investment RG146 Course (Personal Advice) as listed on the ASIC Training Register, you will be issued with Statement of Attainment with the following units of competency:

Competency Unit

Title

FNSASICT503A

Provide advice in Managed Investments

FNSASICW503A

Provide advice in Securities

FNSASICV503A

Provide advice in Derivatives

FNSFMK502A

Analyse financial market products for client

FNSFMK503A

Advise clients on financial risk

FNSCUS505A

Determine client requirements and expectations

FNSCUS506A

Record and implement client instructions

FNSIAD501A

Provide appropriate services, advice and products to clients

FNSINC501A

Conduct product research to support recommendations

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Like to learn more?

For more information on how you can become RG146 compliant, click a RG146 Course outline or contact a Training Adviser on telephone 1300 306 146.

Choose from fully-supported distance education courses and optional workshop sessions in most Australian capital cities.

Enrol in to a RG146 Training Course via our online registration and enrolment section. Payments for the course can be made online via credit card.

Start your education pathway to achieve ASIC RG146 compliance and become the financial adviser of the future.

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