This course has been jointly developed between Financial Advice New Zealand and Professional IQ College (PIQ), with input from the major banks.
The course includes NZQA accredited Residential Property Lending Strand training and business and specialist lending. As well as attending the three-days course, you will be required to complete 4 unit standard assessments after the course to receive the Residential Property Lending Strand Certificate.
The course's practical format prepares new advisers for their regulatory requirements; how to work with lenders; meeting client needs and the practicalities of running a mortgage advice business. The course also incorporates feedback from the industry and has received strong support from both adviser dealer groups and lenders.
Being in-house, you gain the benefits of being with other students in an interactive and open learning environment that delivers greater levels of learning than other ‘online’ or ‘remote’ courses. The course content includes loan structures and best practice loan applications.
What you need to know?
$1,295.00 plus GST
This includes course material, morning and afternoon tea, lunch and the NZQA assessment and 15 hours CPD.
PIQ Offices - Level 5, 280 Queen Street, Auckland Central
29 April-1 May 2019
8.15am-4pm over three days as advertised
Angi Mann BA BBS Cert AdEd
Angi has had extensive training and adviser experience in the lending sector and wider financial services and is an approved Professional IQ College assessor for NZQA qualifications for level 4 and 5 qualifications.
She has attained BA and Business Studies degree from Massey University and holds a Massey qualification in Adult Education
To complete the course you must hold a NZ passport or permanent residency, you will be required to provide your passport or birth certificate as proof. Also, students must meet the English language requirements - click here to find out more.
Attaining the Residential Lending module is an education requirement to become accredited with some New Zealand lenders. It is best to discuss your situation with the lenders to understand your individual accreditation requirements.
Some lenders also require advisers to belong to an 'aggregation' group Please note that the aggregation groups may also have their own requirements you must meet. Again, it is best to have a chat with the groups too. Find out what they offer and which one best fits you. If you would like to discuss these requirements and your eligibility to join an aggregation group please speak to course tutor Angi Mann who will refer you to the appropriate person.
Required Qualifications to be a Residential Property Lending Adviser - in the future
By mid 2020 all new financial advises will be required, under the proposed new legislation and regulations, to attain the NZ Certificate in Financial Services Level 5 (NZCFSL5) in their area of advice.
By attaining now your Residential Lending module of that qualification, you have started down the path of meeting your future requirements!
(Note: if you are a financial adviser employed by a Financial Advice Provider under a 'transitional licence' before mid 2020 you will have until mid 2022 to attain your full competency requirements - that is: attaining both the 'core component' and 'financial advice' strand outcomes of the NZCFSL5)
The course will not go ahead if there is an insufficient number of enrolments. You will be notified of cancellation at least 5 working days prior to the course start date.
IMPORTANT NOTE If you are travelling to Auckland for this course we advise you take out flight-insurance cover with Jetstar or Air New Zealand in case of disruptions, unexpected travel issues or course cancellation.
If you wish to cancel - a minimum of 5 working days notice is required to cancel your place on the course, otherwise, you will be charged a 25% cancellation fee.
Morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea are provided. If you have any dietary requirements, please let the College know upon enrolment - so we can manage your needs accordingly.
We cannot make changes on the day, so please ensure we are notified at least 5-working days prior to the training.
15 Structured CPD points
For course content enquiries
contact Angi Mann course tutor M: 021 293 1724 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Expressions of interest in the 3-day Workshop (& adviser requirements for 2019)
email Andrew Gunn, Learning & Development Manager, Financial Advice New Zealand DDI: 04 815 8006 Office: 0800 432 101 | M: 021 684 355 E: email@example.com
Note: to secure a firm place on the 3-workshop candidates* must enrol and pay for this course on the Professional IQ College website at http://professionaliq.co.nz/Mortgage-Workshops/10496/
After online enrolment PIQ will provide an invoice for payment. This invoice needs to be paid to secure your place on the workshop.
Payment can be made using credit card or direct credit. To pay please contact Robyn Gosden on 09 306 1733 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Note candidates must hold a NZ passport or permanent residency. A passport or birth certificate is required as proof of identity when completing the enrolment details.