CPD Short Courses

Continuing Professional Development short courses

Each of our CPD short courses provide 3 CPD points. Choose to complete a short course individually or as part of our RG 146 annual CPD subscription, cpdevolve.

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Each CPD short course is offered by self study via our learning portal, FEP Online, providing you with online learning resources, support and assessment. On successful completion your CPD points will be recorded on your Record of Learning, which can be accessed and printed at anytime.

Why do I need to do CPD?

ASIC requires that licensees implement policies and procedures to ensure that they and their advisers undertake continuing training to maintain and update the knowledge and skills that are appropriate for their activities.

Generic Knowledge CPD

Generic Knowledge CPD

Cyber Pass: Traversing the cyber security landscape

Regulation CPD

Regulation CPD

Managing ethical dilemmas in financial services

ASIC policy highlights and priorities 2018

Securities CPD

Securities CPD

Hop into kangaroo bonds

Taxation of Securities

Managed Investments CPD

Managed Investments CPD

Brick by brick: Investing in listed and unlisted property

Managing investment players & tech

Derivatives CPD

Derivatives CPD

Reform in OTC derivatives markets

The ABCs of CFDs

Superannuation CPD

Superannuation CPD

Types of contributions to grow your super

Managing post retirement lifestyle with annuities

SMSF CPD

SMSF CPD

The big things little things make: Building wealth via unit trusts

Foreign Exchange CPD

Foreign Exchange CPD

In the hot seat: The FX Global Code

Calculating cross rates and forwards – a refresher

 

Life Insurance CPD

Life Insurance

Challenges for protecting higher risk individuals

Fulfilling quests with investment bonds

Financial Planning CPD

Financial Planning CPD

The 3 Rs of estate planning

Adding value through aged care advice 

Margin Lending CPD

Margin Lending

Gear up for margin lending advice

Skills CPD

Skills CPD

Intelligent technology – Why people still matter