Certificate IV in Finance & Mortgage Broking from ONLY $240*
“Smart and Skilled” is an entitlement to a government subsidised place in recognised training for all eligible NSW residents. Accessing funding via Smart and Skilled is the most cost-effective form of Government funding available in NSW. All NSW residents are eligible.
The full cost of the Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking is $5,860, but you do not have to pay this much. All NSW residents are eligible for a funded place. Concession card holders pay ONLY $240*
It consists of 6 days of training over a 6-12 month period, supported by online learning.
The program is conducted over a 6-12 month period and includes 6 days of face-to-face training and complimentary access to TMA’s Digital Learning Platform which includes 30 hours of professionally filmed workshops and Guest Speakers. You can actually re-watch the entire workshop as many times as you like.
To ascertain your Enrolment Fee costs for Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking under Smart and Skilled, please visit Estimate my Fee on the Smart and Skilled website.
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TMA Testimonials from TMA students on their TMA experience.
For enrolments in courses at the Certificate IV level and below, the RTO must charge the concession fee to an individual who, prior to the commencement of training, holds a current and valid:
|· Age Pension||· Austudy||· Carer Payment|
|· Disability Support Pension (second or subsequent subsidised course enrolment in a calendar year)||· Exceptional Circumstances Relief Payment||· Farm Household Allowance|
|· Family Tax Benefit Part A (maximum rate)||· Veterans’ Children Education Scheme||· Parenting Payment (Single)|
|· Special Benefit||· Sickness Allowance||· Newstart allowance|
|· Veterans’ Affairs Pensions||· Widow B Pension||· Widow Allowance|
|· Youth Allowance||· Wife Pension|
We have only 12 subsidised places left for 2017 and expect over 500 enquiries, so get in quick to secure your place. 2013 Diploma of Financial Planning student Kevan Reed did just that, and this is why;
“I would like to apply for the course in Sydney, this would complement my Diploma in Financial Planning that I did with TMA in 2013. I have tried a couple of RTOs and found their training and administration not up to ‘scratch’ like yours. My ultimate aim is start my own business as such will be teaching others, but for qualification I will always recommend TMA for training and learning the TMA way.” Kevan Reed