Professional Awareness B
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- 02 Nov 2020
- 19 Jul 2021
- 08 Nov 2021
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After successfully completing this subject you should be able to:
- Evaluate contemporary issues in financial planning and the evolution of financial planning as a profession
- Identify your career goals in the context of the operations of a financial planning practice and the various roles and responsibilities in the profession
- Demonstrate a range of generic and behavioural skills required to be an effective professional
- Articulate strategies employing ethical frameworks and giving voice to values to support acting in the best interests of your clients and the financial planning profession.
- Professional associations and Codes of Conduct
- Interviewing - connecting one on one and in small groups
- Collaborating - connecting with students
- Networking - connecting at events
- Mentoring - connecting for mutual benefit
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
- EquipmentDetails - Audio/Visual equipment
This subject aims to advance students' knowledge and generic skills required to be effective in financial planning including an introduction to the FASEA Code of Ethics. Students are exposed to professional communication and connecting with professionals through networking events on and off campus including e.g. AFA Conference, FPA Conference, AMP PD Days, Association local chapter meetings.
This is a restricted subject for students in the Bachelor of Applied Financial Advice and is only a 5 credit point subject.
Prerequisites: AFE124 Professional Awareness A.
- Adviser interview and critique (60%)
- Reflective essay (40%)
Textbooks are not required.
Check the learning management system (LMS) of your university for textbook details.