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VIC_FNS50615 Diploma of Financial Planning (RG146)

Melbourne Workshop Programs 

Please contact our office on 1300 400 346 or info@integrity.edu.au - places are limited so enrol NOW to secure a place!

Workshop applications are accepted up to 2 weeks prior to workshop commencement. Applications received after this date may be considered, however it is important to note that students are expected to prepare for each class and 2 weeks allows for all administration and recommended pre-reading to be completed. Please call our office if you would like to discuss your specific situation further. Workshops are subject to change and be cancelled if minimum numbers are not met.

Midweek workshops are designed as accelerated programs best suited to Degree (or higher) qualified participants.  Applications for midweek training places may be refused on an individual basis.  Integrity always strives to ensure the learning and delivery structure best suits individual learner needs.

FNS50615 Diploma of Financial Planning

February Intake - SATURDAY Workshop 

 Practice of Financial Planning (PFP)  24th February
 Practice of Financial Planning (PFP) 17th March 
 Practice of Risk Management (PRM) 7th April
 Practice of Risk Management (PRM) 21st April
 Practice of Superannuation & Retirement Planning (PSR) 19th May
 Practice of Superannuation & Retirement Planning (PSR) 2nd June
 Practice of Investment Planning (PIP)  30th June
 Practice of Investment Planning (PIP)  14th July

MAY Intake - SATURDAY Workshop 

 Practice of Financial Planning (PFP)  5th May
 Practice of Financial Planning (PFP) 19th May 
 Practice of Risk Management (PRM) 26th May
 Practice of Risk Management (PRM) 16th June
 Practice of Investment Planning (PIP) 30th June
 Practice of Investment Planning (PIP) 14th July
 Practice of Superannuation & Retirement Planning (PSR) 28th July
 Practice of Superannuation & Retirement Planning (PSR) 11th August

JULY Intake - SATURDAY Workshop 

 Practice of Financial Planning (PFP)  21st July
 Practice of Financial Planning (PFP) 4th August
 Practice of Risk Management (PRM) 18th August
 Practice of Risk Management (PRM) 1st  September
 Practice of Investment Planning (PIP) 22nd September
 Practice of Investment Planning (PIP) 6th October
 Practice of Superannuation & Retirement Planning (PSR) 20th October
 Practice of Superannuation & Retirement Planning (PSR) 10th November

OCTOBER Intake - SATURDAY Workshop 

 Practice of Financial Planning (PFP)  13th October
 Practice of Financial Planning (PFP) 27th October
 Practice of Risk Management (PRM) 17th November
 Practice of Risk Management (PRM) 1st December
 Practice of Investment Planning (PIP) 15th December
 Practice of Investment Planning (PIP) 19th January
 Practice of Superannuation & Retirement Planning (PSR) 2nd February
 Practice of Superannuation & Retirement Planning (PSR) 16th February


PLEASE NOTE: It is a requirement that all students complete the pre-reading prior to each workshop. Students are fully supported in between workshop days through phone, email and online access to Assessors to ensure learning occurs across the continuum of their studies.  Workshop days are merely one component of the student's overall learning program.Face-to-face workshops are conducted in a facilitated environment.  The Facilitators are Financial Advisers (many with their own financial planning firms) or industry Practice Development Managers who have years of practical personal advice experience.  These workshop sessions provide a structured and engaging format to learn and understand concepts. The workshops also provide a great opportunity to network with other students and people in the industry.

Students are provided with a structured outline of the required pre-reading for each workshop day. The workshop program is a facilitated environment to help students understand and clarify the concepts covered on the day.  Access to industry experienced Facilitators is crucial in gaining a more in-depth level of knowledge and appreciation of the content, and the workshop days 'deepen' the learning outcomes for the student.  The workshop program is not indicative of how long it takes to complete a qualification and the time taken to complete a qualification / course is dependent on an individual student's professional experience, educational background, and personal competencies.