The Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority has confirmed it has approved a number of graduate diplomas and bridging courses from higher education providers.
The graduate diplomas and bridging courses are requirements for existing advisers to meet the education standard across the existing adviser pathways as defined in FPS001 Education Pathways Policy, FASEA said in a statement.
It said the approval is recognition of the alignment of the listed programs and courses with FASEA’s required curriculum and standards.
The courses and diplomas will be added to FASEA’s Degree, Qualifications and Courses legislative instrument.
“The release of the approved list of bridging courses and graduate diplomas gives advisers a clear pathway to meet the education standard by 1 January 2024,” said FASEA chief executive Stephen Glenfield.
FASEA has approved current and historical graduate diplomas and bridging courses for the following higher education providers:
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