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Delivery Method

  • Distance Learning
  • Price: $1680.00

Course Overview

Clients of accounting practises are increasingly seeking more advice than can be provided under the exemptions allowed by ASIC. To maintain clients and improve practise value accountant’s need a means of providing compliant advice in superannuation.

The Accountant’s Bridging Course – Superannuation (ABC) is designed to provide accountants with a rapid means of meeting the competency standards for providing personal advice in superannuation. Successful completion of the course entitles you to be registered with ASIC as an authorised representative of an Australian Financial Services License holder.

PS146 Training Australia specialises in providing skills-based courses. This course has been developed in response to demand from accounting professionals who sought a rapid way to utilise their existing professional knowledge and skills to bridge the gap with ASIC prescribed standards for financial advisers.

Consequently, the course has the following features:

  • Unlike other courses, there are no pre-requisites except that you are a full member of an accounting association;
  • The course is skills-based (no additional assignments or homework) and is completed by either an intensive 4-day workshop (consists of facilitated training and group activities conducted with your peers) or self-paced Distance Education;
  • The course delivers all the base competency standards required for the provision of personal

advice in superannuation.

Competency Unit Title

ASIC Units FNSASIC503UA

FNSSMF601A

FNSSMF602A

FNSSMF603A

FNSSMF501A

FNSSMF505A

FNSASIC301A

FNSASIC302A

FNSASIC503ZA

Provide advice in superannuation

Provide advice in self-managed superannuation funds

Apply taxation requirements when advising in self-managed superannuation funds

Apply legislative and operational requirements to advising in self-managed

superannuation funds

Invest self-managed superannuation funds assets

Support trustee in the selection and performance monitoring of outsourced

services

Establish client relationship and analyse needs

Develop, present and negotiate client solutions

Provide advice in financial planning

Prerequisite

Units

FNSICCUS506A

FNSICADV502A

FNSICPRO502A

FNSICCUS507A

Determine client requirements and expectations

Provide appropriate and timely information to clients

Conduct product research to support recommendations

Record and implement client instructions

Elective

Units

FNSFPLN506A

FNSFPLN507A

Meet with client to determine client requirements and expectations

Provide financial planning advice

Sectoral

Core Units

FNSFPLN501A

FNSFPLN502A

FNSFPLN503A

FNSFPLN504A

FNSFPLN505A

Comply with financial planning practice ethical and operational guidelines and

regulatory requirements

Conduct financial planning analysis and research

Develop and prepare financial plan

Implement financial plan

Review financial plan and provide ongoing service

Industry

Core Units

FNSICGEN301A

FNSICGEN302A

FNSICGEN304A

FNSICIND401A

Communicate in the workplace

Use technology in the workplace

Apply health and safety practices in the workplace

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

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Pathway to full Diploma

In addition to meeting the competency standards for providing personal advice in superannuation, upon successful completion of this course, you will also obtain partial recognition towards the Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning) which grants you PS 146 competency to provide personal advice in the related areas. The full Diploma (DFS) offers more than just PS146 compliance training - it is designed to engage and challenge participants so that they have the skills to apply the knowledge in their workplace.

Four PS 146 training courses... ...that allow you to provide personal advice... Successful completion of the final Course (DFS 4) enables you to provide personal advice on property ownership structures, listed property trusts, managed investments, shares, foreign exchange, derivatives, and fixed interest products. The third Course (DFS 3) will allow you to provide personal advice on personal and business superannuation, retirement income stream products, pensions, roll-overs and annuities.

The second Course (DFS 2) will allow you to provide personal advice to clients on general insurance, income protection, life insurance, business overheads and trauma insurance. The first Course (DFS 1) sets the foundation by teaching the financial advice process, including provision of general and personal advice, which is reinforced in each of the subsequent DFS Courses.

Completing the ABC-Superannuation course gives you credit for courses one and four (above). Upon successful completion of a further block of four days(Insurance and Investment), you will attain the Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning) which grants you PS146 competency to provide personal advice in the above related areas.

Since 2003, PS146 Training Australia has been committed to the quality delivery and assessment of PS146 training courses that lead to the Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning). Our specially designed 8 day course is listed on the ASIC Training Register. For more information, please speak with a Training Adviser on Not available, between 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Delivery Method

Classroom Workshop

Duration

4 Days

Related Courses

Accountant’s Bridging Course - Superannuation - Classroom

Pathway to Full Diploma - Financial Services (Financial Planning)

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