The Certificate IV in Banking Services is tailored to focus on lending, sales and service. This qualification will help you gain the knowledge needed to develop your retail banking career in the direction you want to take.
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Please note that subjects and specific units of competency on offer will vary and may change during your enrolment
Elective subjects may apply and will be determined during the induction process
1 - 2 Electives are required (depending on subjects chosen)
Ethics, compliance and risk, form the foundation of financial institutions. This subject discusses the skills required to apply ethical principles to decision making and to act in line with ethical principles, and to ensure that work practices are compliant and within business risk strategies. Case studies are used to show individuals how to apply ethical frameworks to decide on, carry out, and evaluate the effectiveness of a course of action in response to an ethical and compliance situation in their workplace.
Providing good service to your internal and external customers is a critical responsibility for senior staff, team leaders and managers. Learn how to identify the key aspects of service delivery important to your customers, and the customer service system needed to achieve your service standards. The special context of financial services rules and codes of practice is also addressed.
The range of available savings, investment and basic banking products is incredibly diverse. This subject will help you develop the skills to compare products and provide meaningful and relevant recommendations to meet specific customer needs. You will also learn how to apply the rules under Anti-money Laundering and Counter Terrorism legislation such as customer identity rules and reporting obligations such as Threshold and Suspicious Cash Transactions.
This subject examines industry professional approaches to procedures, guidelines, policies and standards, including ethical requirements, and the requirements to model and meet expectations of these in all aspects of work.
Tier 2 accreditation involves looking at the role of advisers and the classification of Tier 2 products including the features of Basic Deposit Products and Non-cash Payment Products. The difference between factual information and general advice is explored. In addition, the ASIC RG content requirements of relevant consumer legislation and disclosure document obligations are covered in detail. This program provides an in-depth learning opportunity and requires multiple skills demonstrations via role plays.
Strict rules apply to the sale of financial products. This Subject looks at how to be effective with sales but also to be compliant and ethical. Covering advanced level questioning and probing skills; addressing customer objections; and taking steps to close the sale.
Most retail financial organisations and many wholesale organizations have specific sales strategies and targets. Staff in branches and departments are required to develop, implement and review a sales and promotional strategy to achieve these targets. This subject looks at the skills and knowledge needed to do this successfully while also providing a strong understanding of the laws governing advice and sales of financial products and services.
This subject describes the skills and knowledge required to assess a client's insurance needs and to provide general advice about general insurance products such as car insurance and building home and contents.
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1,580* - $
18 months is allowed as the standard part time enrolment term for the Certificate IV in Banking Services course.
Students who are able to commit more time to their course can finish earlier; while Traineeship terms may be longer.
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