To prepare students for a diverse career in a rapidly evolving business landscape, there are suite of resources to develop career-ready skills. Develop skills in:
You can access these courses via the Enterprise Skills Resources page.
The Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) sets the education, training and ethical standards of licensed financial advisers in Australia. The organisation is charged with implementing the Corporations Amendment (Professional Standards of Financial Advisers) Act 2017, to raise the education, training, and ethical standards of financial advisers by requiring relevant providers to hold a degree or higher, or equivalent qualification.
In 2015, the Financial Planning Association of Australia and Griffith Business School launched the Financial Planning Research Journal - Australia's first academic journal dedicated to financial planning. It provides a focal point for research around financial planning that can be used to inform debate and policy, and raise standards across the profession.
Issues can be downloaded from the FPA website.
Learn anywhere, anytime, on any device with LinkedIn Learning
A list of LinkedIn Learning courses you may find useful during your studies are listed below.
Microsoft Excel specific:https://www.library.unisa.edu.au/students/LinkedInLearning-videos/
Others you may find useful include:
For more courses use search terms such as 'big data,' 'finance' and 'financial planning' in LinkedIn Learning.
NOTE: LinkedIn Learning courses may be United States focussed.