FASEA Exam Prep IQ On-demand

Interactive video based online training to get you exam ready

FPA Accreditation No: 023663
Total 7.25 hours CPD

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Knowledge Shop FASEA IQ

"I studied your workshop intently and pleased to announce that I passed the exam. The reason I am telling you is for some feedback for your course. I found it completely helpful! Cheers mate and thanks for your assistance.”

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Knowledge Shop's FASEA Exam Prep IQ is a series of three interactive online exam prep modules. 

Each module delves into the FASEA prescribed exam topics and is complete with interactive quiz questions to test your knowledge. On completion, we'll provide you with the worked Q&As so you can see why the answers are the answers (not just whether you got them right or wrong).

Designed by industry specialists, IQ can be completed at any time and anywhere. It's pragmatic, interactive, detailed and backed-up by reference materials to support your study.

What’s included?

  • All the FASEA prescribed topics explained across 3 interactive modules
  • Exam style embedded quiz questions test and refine your knowledge
  • Detailed reference notes for further study
  • 24/7 access with 3 months to complete
  • Ability to complete training on almost any device
  • FPA accreditation (total 7.25 CPD hours)

Want a different format? See our FASEA Exam Prep Web Series or Workshops

Investment

Need group rates? Call (or email) Lee Marshall on 0434 067 133.

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Per person 3 module series for 3 months, reference notes, Q&As and worked answer booklet included

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Non-Member

Per person 3 module series for 3 months, reference notes, Q&As and worked answer booklet

  • $485 Individual access
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Terms & conditionsAll registrations to Knowledge Shop training and events are subject to our terms and conditions which include a cancellation policy. No refunds are available once the IQ training has been accessed.

What we cover

FASEA Exam Prep IQ walks you through all of the FASEA prescribed exam topics (because you never really know what the exam will test).

  • All the FASEA prescribed exam subjects
  • Explained through case studies and examples
  • Exam style multiple choice quiz questions
  • Supported by detailed notes and workbook for further study

 

Getting Exam Ready

For existing advisers, you must pass the FASEA exam to maintain your status as a Financial Adviser. If you do not pass the exam by 31 December 2021, your existing work and experience will not be recognised and you will need to meet the criteria set for new entrants to the market.

The FASEA exam is not technical but tests your knowledge of how advisers need to provide advice and interact with the frameworks that apply. The FASEA Exam Prep IQ helps you short-cut your study by identifying the exam topics and the important take-outs that you must know.

Overview Applied ethical and professional reasoning and communication

FPA accreditation: 023663
2.5 hours: Ethics & Professional Reasoning

Applied ethical and professional reasoning and communication

So, you think ethics is ‘soft’? We explore the  requirements under FASEA and the border line issues that will test your knowledge and compliance with the Code.

  • The FASEA Code of conduct – what you are required to do and how you need to act?
  • The Code of Ethics explored:
    • The Code’s impact and importance for planners and advisers
    • What the code means in real life client scenarios – dilemmas and issues
  • Applying the Code and your professional standards
  • Acting in the best interests of your client – what that really means
  • Due diligence and your clients files and records – the essential internal processes to maintain compliance
  • Putting ethics in practice

Financial Advice Construction

FPA accreditation: 023663
2 hours: Regulatory compliance & consumer protection
1 hour: Client care & practice

Financial Advice Construction

  • Key steps in the advice process
  • When are you giving advice?
  • Fee disclosure and renewal requirements
  • Identifying and aligning advice to different consumer groups
  • Understanding the environment in which financial product advice is sought and given for new and existing clients
  • Key documentation requirements
  • Meeting your client best interest duty
  • Preventing misconduct and inappropriate advice
  • Evaluating and applying advice strategies for different retail clients 

Financial Advice Legal & Regulatory Obligations

FPA accreditation: 023663
1.75 hours: Regulatory compliance & consumer protection

Financial Advice Regulatory and Legal Obligations

Incorporating Corporations Act – Chapter 7, Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Tax Agents Services Act (TASA)):

  • Obligations under Chapter 7 (financial services and markets), Corporations Act 2001
    • The Statement of Advice (SOA) and the essential requirements
    • Implications of breaching the financial disclosure obligations
    • Breaches and the notification obligations – when a breach has occurred and what you need to do
    • The legal requirements for individual and licensee
  • Anti-money laundering and the Counter-Terrorism Financing rules – the legal requirements when providing advice
  • Privacy obligations under the Privacy Act when providing financial advice
  • Compliance with the Tax Agents Services Act requirements as a registered Tax Adviser

Our presenter

Conrad Gilbert

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CFP, Dip FP, B Comm, Grad Dip RS, MBA

Professionalism & Ethics Adviser
Knowledge Shop

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Conrad has spent his career working in and exploring financial advice and now brings the practical and technical together in his role with Knowledge Shop. Conrad works with accountants and advisers to navigate the practical impact of the new financial services regime on them, their practice and their clients.

A sessional academic at Griffith University, Conrad held senior executive roles with national financial planning networks and was a former financial advice specialist with BT and Cooper Reeves.

Conrad holds an MBA from the University of Qld, a Bachelor of Commerce from Griffith University and a Diploma of Financial Planning (DipFP) with Deakin University.