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Do you work for an Australian credit licensee and need to meet your ASIC RG 206 compliance?
Do you want to upskill and receive an industry-recognised qualification from a leading education provider?
Kaplan Professional’s FNS40122 Certificate IV in Credit Management is ideal for new entrants working for Australian credit licensees (ACLs), such as banks and credit unions in roles including responsible managers and credit representatives. It focuses on providing you with the skills and knowledge needed to fill a variety of credit-related roles, while meeting the education requirements outlined in ASIC’s RG 206.
The FNS40122 Certificate IV in Credit Management offers:
Please refer to the course outline for more information.
On successful completion of this subject, individuals should be able to:
Units of competency
The 10 units of competency are awarded for the successful completion of the FNS40122 Certificate IV in Credit Management; 7 core and 3 electives. For information on the units of competency see the Course Outline in the Course Overview tab.
Enrol directly into the program for $595 (GST excluded).
For additional study-related fees, please click here.
Individuals have a total of:
This means if an individual completes the learning and assessment, and the re-submission time in every subject is granted, the duration will be 30 weeks.
The amount of training for this course may be up to 6 hours per week. The amount of training is the hours an individual can expect to spend to complete their course work and assessments.
The assessment hours for this course are 8 hours per week. These are the hours a student can expect to spend engaged in assessment activities.
In addition to the amount of training, individuals who are new to industry or vocational training could need up to 7 hours per week known as unsupervised hours. These additional hours are for study skills or further research. For example, an individual not working in industry would need more time to review industry websites usually introduced in workplace compliance training.
Individuals working in the industry may be able to complete the course requirements in a shorter timeframe or less hours per week.
If an individual applies for extensions beyond the 26-week completion timeframe or is granted special consideration, the maximum period of time to complete this qualification is two years from the qualification activation date. If enrolling in single subjects with the intention of completing a qualification, the two-year timeframe is calculated from the initial activation date of the first subject.
Additional study-related fees apply to formal extensions and re-enrolments. Please refer to the Vocational Education Fees schedule found here.
Please also refer to our Vocational Education and Training (VET) Enrolment Terms and Conditions here or our Student Handbook here for important information on:
Individuals who are in Australia on a student visa are unable to enrol in this course. If you’re in Australia on a visa and wish to enrol, you need to ensure you’re enrolling in accordance with the study conditions of your visa.
Individuals are required to be aged 18 years or older to enrol in this course.
This course requires you to read comprehensive learner workbooks, complete a range of written assessments, undertake independent research activities, and at times, engage in online forums and discussions. In addition, the delivery mode relies on the extensive use of written and oral communication.
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To successfully complete this qualification, individuals will require basic computing skills. This may include but isn’t limited to:
You may enrol into this course at any time and begin studying immediately on enrolment.
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This course is delivered online via Kaplan Professional’s learning management system, KapLearn.
You’ll receive login details to KapLearn on enrolment. When you log into KapLearn, you’re able to access the subject notes, assessments and additional learning materials. These include media, case studies, practice activities and your online tutor.
Assessments are accessed and submitted through KapLearn.
Corporate clients should contact our Corporate Solutions team on 1300 728 505 to discuss face-to-face delivery options and how we can tailor our training to your business needs.
Students who are successfully awarded the FNS40122 Certificate IV in Credit Management may choose to further their studies in the financial services industry by enrolling into the FNS40821 Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking, or the FNS50322 Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Individuals may be able to obtain Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for a Kaplan Professional award subject based on their previous study and/or work experience. To do this, individuals must submit evidence that demonstrates they’ve already met the requirements of the subject through these other means.
Evidence can take many forms. This includes information about approved study, information about work experience, certificates, transcripts or other credentials.
To find out if you’re eligible for RPL, please refer to our Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) page.
The assessments for this qualification are listed below. Units of competency are co-assessed. For further details on the units of competency covered in this qualification, please refer to the subject outline, available under ‘Course Overview’.
• Written – short answer questions and case study
• Oral – oral response to questions and role-plays.
The mode of oral assessment is by audio recording. As part of the course requirements, individuals will need to find a volunteer to assist with their role plays in the oral assignments.
Individuals may attempt the exam and/or submit their assignment at any time if they believe they’re adequately prepared. Individuals will receive personal reminder emails as they approach their assessment deadlines.
Individuals must be deemed ‘competent’ in all assessment items, including demonstrating competency in all of the exam questions, in order to be awarded their qualification.
The FNS40120 Certificate IV in Credit Management qualification will be awarded on successful completion of all units of competency.
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