Frequently Asked Questions
Who is this course best suited to?
Entry Education’s Diploma in Finance and Mortgage Broking is perfect for someone looking to step up into finance and mortgage broking management roles. With this course, you will be able to apply theoretical knowledge, judgement and skills in various situations and activities. You will gain the skills to be responsible for the work of others within a team.
Why complete the finance and mortgage broking diploma?
Achieving your Diploma in Finance and Mortgage Broking grants you recognition by both the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) and the Finance Brokers Association of Australia (FBAA). Most lenders now require you to become a member of one of these associations as a starting point before requiring that you meet other requirements, including further training only offered by those associations.
Under the guidance of our experienced tutors, students will advance their finance skills to assist their clients with unique financial circumstances. You won’t need to put yourself in massive debt from tuition fees, and establishing a promising career following this course can be done within a few years.
Completing this course is the first step in the rewarding career of mortgage broking. You’ll be helping countless Australians achieve the dream of owning their first home or building a business.
Finance and mortgage brokers are pivotal when it comes to delivering professional advice to clients in many industries regarding loans. Brokers need to be able to tailor advice to suit the individual requirements of clients.
Do you offer recognition of prior learning for this course?
As part of achieving a Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking, Entry Education will offer recognition of prior learning. If you completed Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking (FNS40820) with Entry Education, you could get up to 9 units credited towards your Diploma in Finance and Mortgage Broking. If you completed it with another learning institution, you are still eligible for credit towards your diploma.
Other recognition of prior learning can be achieved for students that have been continuously working in the mortgage broking industry and can provide current references to support the nature of their industry experience.
Give the Entry Education team a call today to discuss your options under our recognition of prior learning policy.
What support will I receive?
Students have unlimited support via the Entry Education portal with a direct message system to the assessment team available to all students. Offering support on weekends and outside of the standard 9am-5pm hours our students are never without help.
Do you have tutors that can help me with the course?
If, at any point during your completion of the course, you are having trouble with content, then we encourage you to reach out to one of our tutors for support. All Entry Education students have access to unlimited support via the Entry Education portal. It features a direct message system that connects you to the assessment team for any advice. Offering support on weekends and outside of the standard 9 am-5 pm hours, Entry Education students are never without help. Entry Education even remains your very own personal industry expert, even after you finish our course.
Entry Education even remains as your very own personal industry expert, even after you finish our course.
How is the Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking delivered, and how long do I have to complete it?
This program is delivered via self-paced online learning. Students will have access to all study material, learning resources and assessments within the student portal. There are no specific due dates, and we encourage students to take their time; however, the assessments must be completed within 12 months from their date of registration. If students require an extension, this can be arranged.
What are the requirements to complete the Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking?
There are no formal entry requirements for those looking to enrol into the FNS50320 Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management course. Students will need to complete an LLN (language, literacy, and numeracy) quiz before beginning the course. As well as register for a Unique Student Identifier (USI).
There are just 15 units that are required to receive the necessary qualifications. Beyond that, students will need reliable internet and access to a personal computer to complete the course.