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(Partial completion of FNS50615)

RG146 Compliant Investments

What does this course involve?

This course delivers the knowledge and skills required to provide RG146 compliant Managed Investments, Securities and Derivatives advice (ie. both general AND personal advice).

This course aims to deliver the knowledge and skills required to provide advice in Managed Investments, Securities and Derivatives. Students choose to enrol in this course for a number of reasons. Some are interested in becoming Managed Investments and Securities Advisers. Others just want to upgrade their existing qualifications to be RG146 compliant, so they can continue to deliver advice in Managed Investments, Derivatives and Securities. And of course you might want to continue and complete the full Diploma of Financial Planning with us. Call us today on 1300 738 955 and one of our friendly staff will chat about your specific requirements with you.

This is an ASIC accredited course that covers:

Course Modules

  • DFP 1 - Foundations of Financial Planning
    1. Fundamentals of the Australian economy
    2. Financial markets & participants
    3. Regulatory environment
    4. Australian licensing framework
    5. Establishing client relationships
    6. Identifying client goals and objectives
    7. Analysing client risk profile
    8. Developing financial planning strategies
    9. Presenting strategies to clients
    10. Implementation of strategies
    11. Client review process
    12. Code of ethics
    13. Introduction to taxation
    14. Introduction to social security
    15. Estate planning fundamentals
    16. Economic fundamentals
    17. Risk management within a financial services office
  • DFP 2 – Investments
    1. Key asset classes
    2. Securities – money market instruments
    3. Securities – fixed interest and bonds
    4. Securities – property
    5. Securities – shares
    6. Securities – alternative investments
    7. Risk and return
    8. Derivatives
    9. Investing in each asset class
    10. Difference between income and growth
    11. Dollar cost averaging
    12. Diversification
    13. Managed investments
    14. Index funds
    15. Fund managers
    16. Investment platforms
    17. Case studies
    18. Strategic asset allocation
    19. Tactical asset allocation
    20. Time value of money
    21. Application of investment principles
  • Features

    Engaging content. Amazing support. 

    Online Study or Workshops
    Online Study (Self-Paced)
    • Easy-to-read course materials
    • Videos and Webinars
    • Telephone Support from our Accredited Trainers
    • Email Support from our Accredited Trainers
    • Online Assessments
    • Online Student Forums
    Workshops (Face-to-face)^           Online Study Support PLUS

    • Workshop contact days: 4 days
    • Facilitated by expert industry qualified trainers

    ^ Please note, the 4-day workshop time-frame is in addition to the Online study support available to all students. It is not indicative of the total course duration. Please refer to the ‘duration’ tab (below) for more information.

  • Online vs workshops

    Online Learning – any time, any place, with maximum flexibility

    Online learning allows you to start a course when and where it is convenient for you to study. It is particularly popular with stay-at-home parents, full time employees, or anyone seeking maximum flexibility because you can choose the pace you study (fast or slow).

    You are very well supported throughout your course. A dedicated Online education support team allows you to discuss your course work on a one-on-one basis with a specialist Financial Planning Trainer. Your Financial Planning Trainer is happy to contact you via phone, Skype, or email between Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm as you progress through the course, so you definitely won’t feel alone. You also have access to Online discussion forums via Monarch’s state-of-the-art learning management system providing access to an online learning community of fellow students.

    Please CLICK HERE for more information about studying Online with Monarch.

    Face-to-Face workshops – CBD training nationwide

    We offer intimate ‘small class room’ training (i.e. no more than 15 students per trainer) at our state-of-the-art training facilities just minutes from the CBD in all major States. All  training materials are included in our prices.

    Workshop interest varies across locations and times of the year. We would be pleased to record your interest in any of our face-to-face courses and will let you know as soon as the course is confirmed to proceed.

    Your office

    Monarch Institute provides onsite training for group instruction (minimum 6 staff). Please call us or email us, if you represent a company or organisation with more than 6 staff that require face-to-face workshops conducted at your office.

  • Pricing

     Detailed Pricing

    The RG146 Investment and Securities Adviser course provides you with the ability to deliver BOTH general and personal investment advice. You can choose to enrol in this course Online or via face-to-face workshops. It is a pathway towards completion of the Diploma of Financial Planning.

    RG146 Investments and Securities Adviser Course Online (self paced)
    Education
    Face to Face
    (workshops)^
    DFP1 Foundations of Financial Planning $525 $1,000
    DFP2 Investments $525 $1,000
    FULL Course Price
    Enrol in the FULL Course and save!!
    $950 $1,850

    ^All students studying at Monarch Institute are regarded as undertaking a course or qualification by Online education. Students may also choose to attend optional workshops which are facilitated by a recognised industry expert (‘facilitator’), in this instance a Financial Planning Professional. All Monarch facilitators are nationally recognised trainers and assessors under the Australian Quality Framework (AQF). To successfully complete the RG146 Compliant Investments and Securities Adviser course, pre-reading, attendance at optional workshops (if applicable), self-study and post-workshop assessment is required. For further information, refer to Monarch Institute’s Student Information Guide and the workshop timetable section on our website.

  • Duration

    Is there a maximum course completion time?

    Yes – you have up to 1 year to complete the qualification, and many complete it in less time. 

    We find our students complete the RG146 Investments and Securities course in varying time frames. It really does depend on your life situation, and time availability. There is also a requirement that you complete each module within 6 months (i.e. 2 modules times 6 months = 1 year maximum).

    Is there a minimum course completion time?

    No – there is no minimum course time-frame. 

    Students can complete the qualification as quickly as they choose.

    What is the average course completion time-frame?

    Volume of learning: We have found students that are genuinely motivated to progress through the course are able to complete the full course in 5-7 months. Other students take up to 1 year. The key factors that influence course completion is a student’s experience, time availability and work rate.

  • Assessments

    Monarch has carefully structured its financial services assessments to include a variety of formats which will enhance your understanding:

    • Case studies
    • Multiple  choice
    • Short answer questions
    • Workplace scenarios
    • Projects

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  • Career opportunities

    Managed Investments and Securities is an exciting and dynamic area of advice within the financial services industry. Any person who provides Managed Investments and Securities advice must have an industry specific accreditation (known as RG146 certification).

    Career opportunities include positions in banks, fund managers, investment platform providers, investment research houses, superannuation funds, stock brokers, credit unions, accounting practices, financial planning practices, mortgage broking businesses, insurance firms, business brokers and real estate agencies.

    What job roles exist?

    • Financial planner/adviser
    • Associate financial planner/adviser (i.e. a junior)
    • Para-planner
    • Financial Planning practice manager
    • Compliance officer at a financial planning firm/AFSL
    • Call center adviser for an Insurance provider
    • Call center adviser for an Investment Fund Management provider
    • Call center adviser for an Investment platform provider
    • Back-office fund management operations officer
    • Back-office investment platform operations officer
    • Investment corporate actions support officer
  • Study pathways

    Will previous study and experience count?

    Monarch Institute recognises Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) which takes into account the knowledge and skills you have already gained through your previous education and work history, attributing this to your RG146 Compliant Investments and Securities course. This may be through formal or informal training and can result in credits towards your qualification. More information can be found in Monarch’s Student Information Guide.

    Future education pathways

    Completion of this RG146 Compliant Investments and Securities course means you have automatically completed the requirements for 50% of the Diploma of Financial Planning. You only have to complete 2 additional modules in order to receive the full Diploma of Financial Planning.