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Investment Advice - Full Programme

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Price:
$1,850.00 +GST Retail

This enrolment leads to the Investment Advice strand of the New Zealand Certificate in Financial Services Level 5.

It is relevant to Advisers working to provide investment advice either as a self employed person or within a corporate environment, whom is not registered as an Authorised Financial Adviser (AFA). 

The enrolment includes the Core Knowledge module +  Investment Advice module.  

This option includes the following Modules

Core Knowledge

Content 

 

This module provides an understanding of the level of professionalism required in the financial services industry. You will gain an understanding of the wider financial services environment and research fit for purpose financial or insurance solutions.  Details of the unit standards included in this module are shown below. (NZQA 35 Credits)

In order to gain the certificate in Financial Services Level 5 this module is a core compulsory component, ie it must be completed in conjunction with another module to complete the full qualification strand.

Your choice of strand will depend on your circumstances - you can see a full summary here. 

Assessment 

4 study guides are provided for these four unit standards, and the assessment is predominantly evidence based.

This means actual workplace examples of clients are used to demonstrate that you can put into practice the learning contained within the study guide.

Documents can be uploaded using the student dashboard function, scanned and email to your tutor, or posted to our offices. note that client names should be removed.

Time frame for this module is 28 weeks.


Investment Advice Module

Content 

This module provides an understanding of investment concepts, as well as the regulatory and legislative environment in which they are required to operate. You will apply the principles of investment analysis through knowledge of products and services to provide client focused investment solutions.

Details of the unit standards included in this module are shown below. (NZQA 30 Credits) 

Assessment 

A study guide is provided for each unit standard along with an assessment document.

Assessment is by way of 3 written assessment documents which can be downloaded from your dashboard. 

Work can be completed either as a word document, or similar, or written. On completion work can be uploaded on your student dashboard for the tutor to assess.

Time frame for this module is 21 weeks. 

 

Learning Units Included

Module 2 Investment - Economic Solutions

31863

This unit standard is one of 5 that make up the Investment module. In this unit you will gain an understanding of: 

  • Investment asset classes, financial instruments, and investment services
  • How asset classes, financial instruments and investment services are utilised in developing or implementing investment strategies
  • Portfolio construction techniques
  • The concept of investment risk and return and its relevance to developing or implementing investment strategies 


Module 2 Investment - Portfolio of Evidence

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This module consists of three unit standards - 31861, 31862 and 31864.  It contains content on two major areas:

 

  • Asset Classes, Financial Institutions and Services
  • The Six Step Process - The gathering of client information and using it to provide recommendations. 
Objectives
  • 31862 - Demonstrate and apply knowledge of investment assets, services, and financial instruments to meet client needs (8 Credits).
  • 31864 - Provide advice in an investment context using the Six Step Process (5 Credits).
  • 31861 - Gather and analyse information to determine client investment needs (7 Credits).


Academic Integrity

ACAINT

This is the compulsory Academic Integrity course for all new students at Professional IQ College.

 

Please click "Start" above, then navigate to the Learning Material tab to see the webinar.



Module 1 Core - Good conduct

31855
This module provides an understanding of professionalism required in the financial services industry. Enabling graduates to gain an understanding of the wider financial services environment and the legislation and regulations that impact participants economically and financially whilst delivering financial advice services.
Objectives
  • Apply good conduct obligations in client interactions, including the advice process and the key elements of legal, ethical, and professional obligations.


Module 1 Core - Financial Markets

31856
This module provides an understanding of professionalism required in the financial services industry. Enabling graduates to gain an understanding of the wider financial services environment and the legislation and regulations that impact participants economically and financially whilst delivering financial advice services.
Objectives
  • Provide a range of financial advice solutions to clients using knowledge of key financial institutions, systems, markets, and products/services.


Module 1 Core - Economic Environment

31857
This module provides an understanding of professionalism required in the financial services industry. Enabling graduates to gain an understanding of the wider financial services environment and the legislation and regulations that impact participants economically and financially whilst delivering financial advice services.
Objectives
  • Provide a range of financial advice solutions using knowledge of key factors in the economic environment that impact participants in the financial services sector.


Module 1 Core - Providing Financial Advice

31858
This module provides an understanding of professionalism required in the financial services industry. Enabling graduates to gain an understanding of the wider financial services environment and the legislation and regulations that impact participants economically and financially whilst delivering financial advice services.
Objectives
  • Interpret applicable provisions in the regulatory framework to use when providing Financial Advice and Financial Advice Services.


Module 2 Investment - Investment Concepts and Principles

31859

This unit standard is one of 5 that make up the Investment module. In this unit you will:

Demonstrate and apply knowledge of the investment services environment and concepts.

Objectives
  • To construct portfolios using recognised portfolio management theories and approaches
  • To understand the types and characteristics of investment asset classes, financial instruments and investment services and to understand their performance effects in given economic environments
  • To explain and apply the legislative framework and Regulations in your daily work as a financial advisor
  • To understand investment risk and to evaluate processes and solutions for managing risk and return effectiveness


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