Western Sydney University has collaborated with an online education platform to develop continuing professional development courses for advisers looking to meet FASEA requirements.
In partnership with OpenLearning, the courses are designed to enhance knowledge and skills within all CPD activity areas in order to meet FASEA requirements, Western Sydney University said in a statement.
Western Sydney University’s dean of the School of Business, Professor Amir Mahmood, said the courses are designed to enhance knowledge and skills and to meet FASEA requirements.
“Since January 2019, all financial advisers are required to participate in development programs to maintain and extend their professional capabilities, knowledge and skills,” Professor Mahmood said.
“Working closely with OpenLearning, Western Sydney University have developed courses that offer up-to-the minute regulatory, technical and ethics training that are an integral part of professional financial advice. Partnering with OpenLearning means we can deliver these essential tools in a seamless manner.”
OpenLearning chief executive Adam Brimo said he was very pleased to partner with Western Sydney University on the design and development of these CPD courses.
“These courses set the benchmark for CPD within the sector through the use of engaging, real-life scenarios, and established community of practice,” Mr Brimo said.
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