Sydney 2019 FASEA Exam Prep Workshop participant, Tax Agent and SMSF Specialist, and very happy to have the exam over and done with!
Brisbane September 2019 FASEA Exam Prep Workshop attendee
FASEA Exam Prep IQ (on-demand learning) trainee
On-demand FASEA IQ Exam Prep participant
Intensive and guided, before each interactive on-camera tutorial session, participants are provided with structured pre-reading and required exercises.
Limited tutorial session size.
Next: 30 Sept, 7, 14 and 21 October 2021
FPA accreditation: 023584
Total 9.75 CPD hours
Call Lee on 0434 067 133 for details
Short-cut your exam preparation. All the FASEA prescribed topics across 3 live instructor led webinars.
Next 25, 26 & 27 Oct. 2021
FPA accreditation: 21807
Total 7.75 CPD hours
Complete your exam prep training in your own time, anywhere and on almost any device. All the FASEA prescribed exam subjects explained through case studies and examples, supported by detailed notes, with embedded Q&As to test your knowledge.
FPA accreditation: 023663
Total 7.25 CPD hours
The knowledge you need to pass the exam in a collegiate environment where you can ask questions and discuss the issues.
"I found the workshop incredibly helpful and feel like I have clear direction with my study moving forwards. I am also a lot less daunted by it all."
FPA accreditation: 23576
Total 6.75 CPD hours
Yes, we do but our focus is on ensuring you have all of the knowledge you need to complete the exam (not just an acknowledgement of what you do or don’t know).
We have exam style Q&As throughout all of our FASEA exam prep training and we provide you with a brilliant little answer guide after the training so you can better understand why the answers are the answers.
Our training walks you through the theory you must know, and importantly, how to apply that theory (because that's what the exam is testing).
Existing advisers must pass the FASEA exam by 1 January 2022*.
Important: the Government has announced that they will extend the cut‑off date to 30 September 2022 for advisers who have attempted the exam twice prior to 1 January 2022.
Exams will be marked to a credit level and the candidate will be awarded a “pass” or “fail” on this basis.
If you fail the exam, you need to wait 3 months before you can sit the exam again. Do not leave it until the last minute to sit the exam. If you have not passed the exam by 1 January 2022 you will not be able to continue to provide financial advice (unless you have failed twice prior to 1 Jan 2022).
About the exam:
*Treasury Laws Amendment (2019 Measures No.3) Bill 2019 , which received Royal Assent on 22 June 2020, provided an extension to the education requirements for financial advisers: