Electronic Learning

Walker & Miller embraces electronic and online learning options to provide students with increased flexibility and fast course access.

Courses currently available via Electronic Learning:

FNS40815 Certificate IV in Financial Services
(Finance and Mortgage Broking)

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This comprehensive e-learning course is designed for people who wish to have a career as a Professional Mortgage Broker, either working under the direction of a Mortgage Manager, Lending Institution, Franchise or in their own Mortgage Broking Business.

This self paced course includes practical Mortgage Broker Industry Induction and the FNS40815 Certificate IV in Financial Services (Finance / Mortgage Broking) which is the Australia wide accredited qualification for mortgage broking.

While the course was previously offered on an online platform, we found that our students benefited from being able to access the course material after completion of their studies. In our efforts to provide the best possible programs to the industry we have developed our e-learning kit. Students receive our electronic learning kit via express post. Connection to the Internet is not required as all the information is contained within our CD-Kit and is accessible through our user friendly navigation portal which automatically loads when the CD is inserted.

When studying the Certificate IV Financial and Mortgage Broking course by e-learning, you work through the material at your own pace and submit your assessments as and when you are ready.

This allows you to progress through the course at a pace that suits your needs.

You have 6 months in which to submit your assessments and final exam for marking. For assistance and additional tuition our lecturers are available upon email request. With responses generally provided within one working day, either by email response with reference information or by telephone to chat about the issue.

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This supplementary e-learning course has been formulated for people who wish to broaden the scope of their Mortgage and Finance Broking business or advance their career, through a deeper understanding of complex financing and risk assessment.

This self paced course builds on your knowledge from the Certificate IV program and qualifies the successful participant for the FNS50315 Diploma in Financial Services (Finance / Mortgage Broking management) which is recognised as the maximum educational requirement for accredited Australian Mortgage Brokers.

We have learned from the success of our Electronic Certificate IV program that students benefited from being able to access the course material after completion of their studies. We have utilised the same technology to provide the provide an industry leading electronic learning experience. Connection to the Internet is not required as all the information is contained within our CD-Kit and is accessible through our user friendly navigation portal which automatically loads when the CD is inserted.

When studying the Diploma in Financial and Mortgage Broking Management course by e-learning you work through the material at your own pace and submit your assessments as and when you are ready.

This allows you to progress through the course at a pace that suits your needs.

You have 6 months in which to submit your assessments and multiple choice questions for marking. For assistance and additional tuition our lecturers are available upon email request with responses generally provided within one working day either by email response with reference information or by telephone to chat about the issue.

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