The Fellow Chartered Financial Practitioner (FChFP) is the AFA’s professional designation and is designed for both salaried and self-employed advisers who are seeking to enhance their professional reputation and business performance. The Fellow Chartered Financial Practitioner (FChFP) designation provides a comprehensive and innovative learning framework for helping you achieve your career aspirations. The designation balances post-graduate academic rigour with high-value applied practice development.
Practical knowledge areas and business projects of the Fellow Chartered Financial Practitioner will challenge and redefine how you think about higher education for financial advisers. A successful adviser combines technical expertise, excellent communication skills and business acumen.
Master of Financial Planning Pathways
Designed and developed in partnership with industry professionals, Kaplan Professional’s Master of Financial Planning is a purpose-built, completely financial planning-oriented qualification specifically designed for the adviser of the future.
As the AFA’s principal education partner, Kaplan Professional has developed clear pathways for individuals to attain both the Master of Financial Planning and the FChFP designation by building on knowledge gained through previous education and skills attained while working within the financial planning industry.
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* Minimum industry experience, assessment and learning completion requirements apply.
** Eligible individuals may apply for up to 2 subject exemptions in the Graduate Certificate in Financial Planning. These are not automatic exemptions and individual applicants will be assessed by Kaplan Professional. Minimum industry experience and CPD requirements apply.
The Associate Chartered Financial Practitioner (AChFP) designation is ideal for candidates who are seeking to upskill and take the first step along their professional pathway. The Associate Chartered Financial Practitioner (AChFP) is suitable for Practice Managers and new entrants to industry. The course constitutes a single unit of study that is common to the Masters-level Fellow Chartered Financial Practitioner (FChFP) and Chartered Life Practitioner (ChLP) designations.