Certificate IV in Finance & Mortgage Broking (FNS40815)
Study the latest version of the Certificate IV in Finance & Mortgage Broking – perfect for those entering or looking to progress in the F&I industry. This course will satisfy the entry level requirements of most finance broking associations.
How is the course delivered?
The certificate IV in Finance & Mortgage Broking (FNS40815) is delivered online and is a combination of interactive multiple-choice quizzes, short and long answer questions, business analysis exercises, short verbal competency assessments and an employer workplace report (where relevant).
All students have access to a personal training assessor who oversees and marks all their work. It is adult-based learning so your assessor is just looking for competency and a sufficient grasp or understanding of the course content. Because of this, all students are free to re-submit and alter answers as many times as required – the training assessor will make contact if an answer is insufficient or requires further information.
For FNS40815 the main assessor is Geoff Slater – he is available for contact during business hours Monday to Friday by calling 1300 807 177 or emailing email@example.com
What is covered in the course?
There are 12 modules to complete, spaced across 3 clusters.
They are as follows:
Cluster 1 – Industry Practice & Client Solutions – The introductory module helps develop product and service knowledge, including how to establish, maintain and negotiate client solutions
- FNSINC401 – Apply principles of professional practice
- FNSINC402 – Develop and maintain in-depth knowledge of products & services
- FNSASIC301 – Establish client relationships
- FNSASIC302 – Negotiate client solutions
Cluster 2 – Legislation Applications & Broking – The main module covers the processes involved in credit/loan application, including how to present to clients, identify needs and comply with all necessary regulations
- FNSCRD301 – Process applications for credit
- FNSFMB401 – Prepare and present loan applications
- FNSFMB402 – Identify client needs for broking services
- FNSFMB403 – Present broking options to client
- FNSFMK505 – Comply with financial services regulations
Cluster 3 – Customer Service Prospecting & Documents – The final module covers off how to monitor service and effectively prospect for new clients
- BSBCUS301 – Deliver and monitor a service to customers
- FNSSAM403 – Prospect for new clients
- BSBITU306 – Design and produce business documents
How long does it take to complete?
The course is open to you for 24 months but there is no minimum time requirement. If you finish early, you still have on-going access to the course notes for the duration of the 2 years.
What if I need extra support?
Prior to commencement of your course, you will be required to complete both a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) test and an Additional Support Survey. Your scores from both will indicate the level of extra support you will be provided. For more information, please refer to the Student Handbook or call 1300 807 177.
Is Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) available?
RPL is available and assessed free of charge. For more information on the process involved please refer to the Student Handbook or call 1300 807 177.
Course Code: FNS40815
Duration: 24 Months
Accredited & Nationally Recognised
Course: Financial Services