Adviser education pathway tool

New education requirements from the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) have been introduced for all advisers. Deakin’s adviser education pathway tool is designed to help you discover how you can meet the requirements according to your previous qualification and professional experience.

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Based on your answers, you require one Deakin unit to meet FASEA requirements.

  1. Ethics for Financial Services*

    Develop your understanding of ethics and gain skills in evaluating and applying ethical principles in financial planning decision-making.

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    *Deakin unit equivalent to a FASEA-approved bridging course

Want to stand out from the crowd and gain a full qualification?

Take this opportunity to elevate your skills and career prospects with Deakin's Master of Financial Planning, which includes the Ethics for Financial Services unit that you require.

Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning

Based on your answers, you require one Deakin unit to meet FASEA requirements.

  1. Ethics for Financial Services*

    Develop your understanding of ethics and gain skills in evaluating and applying ethical principles in financial planning decision-making.

    Read unit details

    *Deakin unit equivalent to a FASEA-approved bridging course

Want to stand out from the crowd and gain a full qualification?

Take this opportunity to elevate your skills and career prospects with Deakin's Master of Financial Planning, which includes the Ethics for Financial Services unit that you require.

Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning

Based on your answers, you require additional study to meet FASEA requirements. There are two pathways to choose from:

  1. Single enrolments

    Complete the following units as single enrolments:

  2. Graduate Certificate of Financial Planning

    The Graduate Certificate of Financial Planning is an award course that includes the above units, making it a recognised pathway towards becoming a registered financial adviser.

    Read course details

    *Deakin unit equivalent to a FASEA-approved bridging course

Want to stand out from the crowd?

Take this opportunity to elevate your skills and career prospects with Deakin's Master of Financial Planning, which includes all of the above units that you require.

Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning

Based on your answers, you require additional study to meet FASEA requirements.

  1. Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning

    You only need to complete five units to gain the full eight-unit Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning with recognition of prior learning. The Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning is a FASEA-approved course, making it a recognised pathway towards becoming a registered financial adviser.

    Read course details

Want to stand out from the crowd?

Take this opportunity to elevate your skills and career prospects with Deakin's Master of Financial Planning, which includes the above units that you require.

Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning

Based on your answers, you require additional study to meet FASEA requirements. There are two pathways to choose from:

  1. Single enrolments

    Complete the following units as single enrolments:

  2. Graduate Certificate of Financial Planning

    The Graduate Certificate of Financial Planning is an award course that includes the above units, making it a recognised pathway towards becoming a registered financial adviser.

    Read course details

    *Deakin unit equivalent to a FASEA-approved bridging course

Want to stand out from the crowd?

Take this opportunity to elevate your skills and career prospects with Deakin's Master of Financial Planning, which includes the above units that you require.

Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning

Based on your answers, you require one Deakin unit to meet FASEA requirements.

  1. Ethics for Financial Services*

    Develop your understanding of ethics and gain skills in evaluating and applying ethical principles in financial planning decision-making.

    Read unit details

    *Deakin unit equivalent to a FASEA-approved bridging course

Want to stand out from the crowd and gain a full qualification?

Take this opportunity to elevate your skills and career prospects with Deakins Master of Financial Planning, which includes the Ethics for Financial Services unit that you require.

Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning

Based on your answers, you require additional study to meet FASEA requirements.

  1. Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning

    You only need to complete seven units to gain the full eight-unit Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning with recognition of prior learning. The Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning is a FASEA-approved course, making it a recognised pathway towards becoming a registered financial adviser.

    Read course details

Want to stand out from the crowd?

Take this opportunity to elevate your skills and career prospects with Deakin's Master of Financial Planning, which includes the units that you require.

Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning

Based on your answers, you require additional study to meet FASEA requirements.

  1. Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning

    You only need to complete four units to gain the full eight-unit Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning with recognition of prior learning. The Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning is a FASEA-approved award course, making it a recognised pathway towards becoming a registered financial planner.

    Read course details

Want to stand out from the crowd?

Take this opportunity to elevate your skills and career prospects with Deakin's Master of Financial Planning, which includes all of the units that you require. Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning

Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning

Based on your answers, you require additional study to meet FASEA requirements.

  1. Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning

    You only need to complete six units to gain the full eight-unit Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning with recognition of prior learning. The Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning is a FASEA-approved course, making it a recognised pathway towards becoming a registered financial adviser.

    Read course details

Based on your answers, you require additional study to meet FASEA requirements.

  1. Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning

    You only need to complete six units to gain the full eight-unit Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning with recognition of prior learning. The Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning is a FASEA-approved course, making it a recognised pathway towards becoming a registered financial adviser.

    Read course details

Based on your answers, you require additional study to meet FASEA requirements.

  1. Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning

    The Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning is a FASEA-approved course, making it a recognised pathway towards becoming a registered financial adviser. You need to complete eight units.

    Read course details

Based on your answers, you require additional study to meet FASEA requirements.

  1. Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning

    The Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning is a FASEA-approved course, making it a recognised pathway towards becoming a registered financial adviser. You need to complete eight units.

    Read course details

Based on your answers, you require additional study to meet the new FASEA requirements.

  1. Bachelor of Commerce with financial planning as a major

    Gain a degree that offers the skills and knowledge you need to become a registered financial adviser.

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