Insurance Broking2023-10-31T17:36:31+11:00

Insurance Broking Courses

Insurance Broking

A year from now you’ll wish you had started today

Undertaking training enhances your professional credibility, allowing you to develop knowledge and skills that ultimately benefit your practice and your customers.

Providing fit for purpose, industry-relevant learning is our way of ensuring you stay up to date and well-equipped in an evolving insurance landscape.

You can start with our RG146 Insurance Broking Program. This is the first subject in our FNS51220 Diploma of Insurance Broking and meets ASIC Regulatory Guide RG146 education requirements for providing personal advice in Insurance Broking.

Launch your career in insurance broking

Tier 1 RG146 Insurance Broking covers the core and specialist knowledge and skills an insurance broker needs. Our online course meets ASIC Regulatory Guide 146 (RG146) education requirements for providing general and personal advice with broking clients.

Delve into:

  • The insurance broking process
  • Putting together insurance solutions
  • Best practice tips for engaging with clients and providing personal advice.
Tier 1 RG146 Insurance Broking

Enrich your insurance broking career

Our nationally recognised qualification is designed to provide relevant industry knowledge and skills for a successful career in insurance broking.

Our FNS51220 Diploma of Insurance Broking is suitable for

  • Insurance brokers upskilling or updating current credentials
  • Industry professionals expanding or transitioning into insurance broking
  • New entrants seeking to pursue a career in the general insurance sector.
FNS51220 Diploma of Insurance Broking

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I just start with the RG146 Insurance Broking Program?2022-10-11T15:10:15+11:00

Yes, you can choose to just enrol in our RG146 Insurance Broking program. This is the first subject in our Diploma.

Should you complete our Tier 1 Insurance broking program, this can be recognised towards our FNS51220 Diploma of Insurance broking if you decide to enrol into our full diploma at a later date.

What is the difference with Tier 1 General Insurance and Tier 1 Insurance Broking2023-02-15T15:27:23+11:00

Tier 1 RG146 Insurance Broking includes all the content covered in Tier 1 RG146 General Insurance PLUS extra content and competencies specific to being a broker.

What is an insurance broker?2022-10-11T15:48:11+11:00

An insurance broker is a specialist adviser who acts as an intermediary between a client and an insurance company. They have access to many different insurance companies and policies, and arrange insurance on the buyer’s behalf; they are paid by the buyer. Insurance brokers play a pivotal role in supporting clients’ access to the market, increasing their choice of policy and reducing instances of underinsurance.

What is the RG146 Insurance Broking Course Duration?2022-10-11T15:09:39+11:00
  • You have up to 16 weeks to complete the learning and assessment requirements for your RG146 Insurance Broking Course.
  • Experienced professionals can complete in less time
I am looking for a career as an insurance broker. Where can I start?2022-10-11T15:10:01+11:00

FEP is an education provider, so cannot guide you on a career path. You could start with chatting to an employer or prospective employer to determine what you would need to do. You could also check the following:

Who is the FNS51220 Diploma of Insurance Broking suitable for?2022-10-11T15:10:26+11:00

Our FNS51220 Diploma of Insurance Broking is suitable for financial services professionals who want to become an insurance broker in the general insurance sector, including;

  • Insurance brokers upskilling or updating current credentials
  • Industry professionals expanding or transitioning into insurance broking
  • New entrants seeking to pursue a career in the general insurance sector

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