• Course Duration: 2 years
  • Course Code: CHC51115
  • Location: Live online real time
  • Date: 30 March 2022

Course Overview

ICAN Learn provides high-quality industry focused education for people wanting to become financial counsellors, and is now taking expressions of interest for courses commencing in 2022. Click the course enquiry button on the right hand side of this page and complete and submit the form.

In response to COVID-19 ICAN Learn has adjusted its delivery and formulated a 'real time live online' model that facilitates student learning face to face without impacting the learning journey. Our online live classes combined with professional mentorship continue to provide graduates that are work ready; many becoming leaders in their field.

ICAN Learn works with expert financial counsellors, peak bodies in relevant States and Territories and their agencies to seek agreement on delivery modes, locations and time frames.

Course Guide

Please use the link below to download a PDF file.

Diploma of Financial Counselling CHC51115

Essential Enrolment Information

Diploma of Financial Counselling expressions of interest 

Please email enquiries@icanlearn.edu.au for any questions about the Diploma of financial counselling [CHC51115] 2022.

Application and Enrolment Guide

Student Handbook 2021-2022

Privacy Notice

GP322 Course Timetable CHC51115

Apply now to study the Diploma of Financial Counselling CHC51115! Starts 30 March 2022

Upon receipt of your application, you will receive an email with information about fees, the related invoicing schedule along with further information about the enrolment process.

If you have any questions please email enquiries@icanlearn.edu.au 

Want to find out more about our courses?

Click here to register to attend our next course information session on 22 February 2022 at 11 am AEDT [10 am Qld time].

Tuition Fees

GP322 Tuition Fees and Census Dates CHC51115

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Skills Recognition

Skills Recognition is a formal assessment process that measures the candidate’s skills and knowledge from previous study, training, work, or life experiences against the outcomes of the qualification in which they are enrolled. Skills may be recognised in the following ways

  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) – previous qualifications, prior and current work experience
  • Credit Transfer (CT) – for units with the same code gained in previous qualifications

Students can apply for skills recognition for the Diploma of Financial Counselling CHC51115 once enrolled in the course. For further information about the ICAN Learn skills recognition process check out the Skills Recognition Application & Self-Assessment Kit CHC51115 and get more information by emailing administration@icanlearn.edu.au