Course name: FNS50320 Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management 


Campus: Sydney

This qualification reflects the job roles of individuals working in finance broking (including mortgage broking). They apply solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems, they analyse and evaluate information from a variety of sources. They may provide guidance to others and have limited responsibility for the output of others.

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Course Briefing
NTIS Code: FNS50320 CRICOS Course Code: 0100430
Name of Qualification Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management
Delivery Mode This course is delivered as a combination of classroom workshops, seminars, and/or online training activities etc. SIIT is using MOODLE online learning platform for its online learning components. Satisfactory course progress must be maintained throughout the entire course.  
Duration 52 Weeks
Tuition Fees AUD$9,000
Administration Fee (non-refundable) N/A
Material Fees (non-refundable) N/A
If Diploma/Advanced Diploma, is year 12 (or equivalent) required for entry? YES
Total curriculum hours (including practicum) required to complete the course: 800
Is the course delivered full-time? Yes
Training Arrangements 2 days classroom and 1 day online
Packaging Rules
A total number of 15 units including 10 core units and 5 elective units are selected for the completion of this qualification according to the training package. All electives have been chosen to be relevant to the work outcome, local industry requirements and the qualification level therefore will contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome. Following units of competency are offered in this qualification:
Unit CodeUnit NameCore/ Elective
FNSCUS511 Develop and maintain professional relationships in financial services industryC
FNSFMB411Prepare loan applications on behalf of clientsC
FNSFMB412Identify client needs and present broking optionsC
FNSFMB512Identify and develop credit options for clients with special financial circumstancesC
FNSFMB513Present broking options to client with special financial circumstancesC
FNSFMB514Implement complex loan structuresC
FNSFMK515Comply with financial services regulation and industry codes of practiceC
FNSINC411Conduct work according to professional practices in the financial services industryC
FNSINC504Apply ethical frameworks and principles to make and act upon decisionsC
FNSRSK511Undertake risk identificationC
FNSFMB511Implement credit contracts in preparation for settlementE
FNSINC412Apply and maintain knowledge of financial products and servicesE
FNSINC503Identify situations requiring complex ethical decision makingE
BSBSTR501Establish innovative work environmentsE
BSBCRT511Develop critical thinking in othersE
Entry Requirements
There are no specific entry requirements for this qualification outlined in the qualification description. However, students must:
  • have satisfactorily completed Year 12 of secondary education or its equivalent, or have appropriate and relevant experience, and;
  • complete a screening interview with the Academic Manager of his representative to assess suitability and capability in completing this qualification,
  • If it is determined that the student need to complete a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) test, the student will be required to complete a LLN test to determine whether the student might be suitable for this qualification or any supporting services might be required during the student’s enrolment at SIIT.
RPL/Credit Transfer
  • RPL: Students who believe they already have some of the competencies in the course may apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Application and payment of fees may only be made after enrolment by using the RPL Application Form.
  • Credit transfer: Students who have completed units from their course at other institutions will be given recognition on presentation of a verified transcript, Award or Statement of Attainment.
Assessment Methods
A range of assessment and evidence gathering methods and techniques are used including 2 – 4 or more methods for each unit of competency. For this course, methods include:
  • Written questions and tests
  • Practical demonstrations
  • Case studies
  • Projects, assignments and research tasks
  • Roleplays, simulations and presentations
Pathways from the qualification
Pathways into the qualification:
  • Preferred pathways for students entering this qualification include:
  • FNS30115 Certificate III in Financial Services
  • FNS30615 Certificate III in Insurance Broking
  • BSB40515 Certificate IV in Business Administration
  • BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business
  • Previous experience in a finance/broking role

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