NSW Legal Compliance
Overview and Learning outcomes:
Working in credit requires a sound understanding of the issues that arise in relation to legal compliance together with an appreciation of the significance of the wider financial services industry.
The critical first step in managing legal compliance is the ability to identify the legislative and regulatory provisions that must be adhered to in the credit function and how this information should be managed.
Outcomes covered within this unit:
- Once the compliance parameters are established this needs to be translated to an individual’s role within the credit team. This means that the person needs to understand how to maintain their personal professional development and the strategies available to achieve this.
- Applying procedures that are designed to result in adherence to a compliance framework requires an understanding of effective work and time management
- Compliance arrangements are subject to ongoing monitoring so that changes in compliance requirements are identified and as necessary communicated to other members of a credit team.
Participants that undertake and successfully complete the assessments requirements for FNSORG401 Conduct individual work within a compliance framework and FNSINC401 Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry which are Core units from the FNS51515 Diploma of Credit Management and FNS40115 Certificate IV in Credit Management will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.
- 05 December 2017
- Level 3, Suite 3031 - 9 Chandos StreetSt LeonardsNSW
- AICM Office
- 9am - 5pm
- AICM Member: $1100
Non member: $1460
- CCE Points