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RG146, diploma in financial planning and cert IV in banking serve. no job?

Discussion in 'Financial Planning' started by fererro, 2nd Feb, 2014.

  1. fererro

    fererro New Member

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    I've completed the above qualifications although i don't know what job opportunities i have? i don't even know what to look for as i have no work experience.

    thanks :)
     
  2. redwood

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    Not sure, what the questions is but i'll give it a go.

    With RG146, you could start in financial advice or financial planning, start as a desk assistant perhaps?

    Otherwise you can look at Self Managed Super, we will be employing later in the year but not immediate.

    What sort of background do you have?

    Also, what did you use for the RG146 course?
     
  3. fererro

    fererro New Member

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    thanks for your answer, well i just didn't know what jobs i could apply or what to search for.
    I got my RG146 in RMIT, I've had no work experience before except a job in retail.
     
  4. redwood

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    Send me an email so I have your details and if you like a resume, however may be a good idea to look around at one of the stockbrokers for work experience or start as a desk assistant with one of the big firms?
     
  5. fererro

    fererro New Member

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    hey,
    yeah thats what i was thinking, getting work experience first would be a much help.
    where you saying i send an email on here?
     
  6. lsmitchell

    lsmitchell New Member

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    Hi fererro,
    I'd be very happy to try and help you move forward in your career as a financial planner. Please feel free to learn more about me from my LinkedIn profile, website, twitter or blog. I've had extensive experience assisting people in your situation so if you'd like to contact me directly, I'll do my best to help.
    Regards,
    Libby
     
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  7. Jasonandlxb

    Jasonandlxb New Member

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    Can I send you my resume too?
    I just completed my Diploma and struggled to find a job to start with.

    Thanks