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If you are planning a career that involves dealing with money, such as investing, then you definitely want to consider completing a finance course. Now Learning promotes a range of online and classroom-based finance courses in Australia, including TAFE certificates in credit management, diplomas in financial planning, Bachelor of Commerce degrees, and short courses in share trading.




Finance courses range from the very complicated and highly skilled, such as investment planning and portfolio management, to the basic, such introduction to bookkeeping. This means that you don’t need to plan on a career as an insurance advisor to benefit from studying finance in Australia. It also means that you don’t need a head for numbers to understand what is going in your business or even your personal finances, as the short courses will walk you step-by-step through what you need to know so you can manage your small business’s finances – and your personal budget. 

Short courses in personal financial management will help you plan monthly budgets – and stick to them. Short courses in share trading, on the other hand, will give you the confidence you need to start taking control of your future financial prospects, as you learn how to navigate the share market and manage super funds. Those looking to build a career in finance will also benefit, as they learn the basics of stock broking and financial advisement. You can find the full spectrum of finance courses on Now Learning, from corporate financial management and risk assessment in Sydney to bookkeeping in Melbourne.

More in-depth finance courses, the ones that set you up for major success in the financial industry, include graduate certificates in finance and master’s degrees in commerce. Course units in the graduate certificate in finance include applied corporate finance, investment and portfolio management, quantitative methods for finance, and economics for managers. There is even a unit on international finance, so you can take your qualifications abroad.

A master of commerce has units that meet the requirements of CPA Australia, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, Institute of Public Accountants, the Institute of Certified Management Accountants, and the Australian Computer Society. The degree qualifies you to become an economist, social and economic policy developer, and an international trade officer.

Search Now Learning’s wide selection of online and classroom-based finance courses throughout Australia, whether you want to improve your personal financial management skills, or have your eye on a lucrative career in international finance.