FNS20115 Certificate II in Financial Services
Recognised Prior Learning
Recognition of Prior Learning - Certificate II in Financial Services - FNS20115 will exempt you from completing the normal study process.
The program will evaluate your prior experience, training, knowledge, skills and competency against the current requirements for Certificate II in Financial Services.
For all delivery options, you will need to have access to a compute with an internet connection.
Your enrolment is valid for a period of twelve months. With reference to “face-to-face” training; participants are guided through the learning material and the assessments are completed by the participant post class time. Hence overall course completion is controlled/ directed by the participant.
In evaluating the RPL application the following will be considered:
• Evidence - Is there sufficient evidence to indicate the experience, training, knowledge and skills of the applicant?
• Quality - Is the experience, training, knowledge and skills relevant and suitably extensive to cover all aspects of the competencies of the course?
• Relevance - Is the experience, training, knowledge and skills currently relevant to the course?
Once you have enrolled and paid for the Recognition of Prior Learning - Certificate II in Financial Services - FNS20115, you will be required to complete a step by step process to satisfy the evidence requirements:
Step 1 - Self Evaluation; Review evidence guide
• You will need to go through the evidence guide to assess your current competence for each of the units of competency.
• It is not enough to simply state that you possess the skills and knowledge required. You must be able to demonstrate competence in Step 2 and Step 3 of the application.
Step 2 - Assessor Interview
• Once you have completed your self-evaluation you will need to complete the RPL Assessor Interview Request and upload in to your AAMC Training member’s area. Your nominated assessor will contact you to arrange a suitable time for a telephone interview.
• If you are proved to have the skills and knowledge at the conclusion of the interview you will then proceed to Step 3.
• If your assessor does not believe you have the necessary skills, knowledge or experience to continue with the RPL application s/he will advise you to transfer your application to either an online, correspondence or classroom delivery course. Any monies that you have paid for your RPL application will be applied to your other preferred delivery method and you will only need to pay the difference.
Step 3 - Complete Application
• This is where you need to complete the application form and go ahead and collate the evidence of your work history, some examples may include; CV/Resume, Membership of relevant professional associations, any licences or tickets held, e.g. forklift, crane, Hobbies/interests/special skills outside work.
• Once you have completed the above step, upload your completed RPL application and all supporting documentation via the AAMC Member’s Area.
UNITS OF COMPETENCY:
8 Units of competency
Core Units of Competency:
BSBWHS201 Contribute to health and safety of self and others
BSBWOR203 Work effectively with others
BSBWOR204 Use business technology
FNSINC301 Work effectively in the financial services industry
Elective Units of Competency:
FNSFLT201 Develop and use a personal budget
FNSFLT202 Develop and use a savings plan
FNSFLT203 Develop knowledge of debt and consumer credit
FNSFLT204 Develop knowledge of superannuation
This course has been endorsed by the Australian National Training Authority and is registered on the Scope of Registration for AAMC Training Group RTO number 51428 to deliver Certificate II in Financial Services.
CPD PointS - 8
Post Nominal - Cert.II FS