Short Course – Anti-Money Laundering/Counter-Terrorism Financing
AML3 requirements included
The Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing course aims to assist in the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing. This short course examines the motivations behind money laundering and financing of terrorism and the sources of money laundering. You will explores the effect these activities have on people before defining the terms and examine means of identifying and acting upon suspect transactions including high risk customers. Understand the relevant regulatory regime, including the obligations a finance or mortgage broker has with respect to them and related offences. You will be able to gain knowledge about the need to be aware of suspicious matters and to report them. The identification and verification procedure explored includes individuals and trusts. *This course is suitable for Mortgage Brokers or individuals who require AML knowledge for the purpose of CPD within their Financial Services role and it meets the AML 3 Anti Money Laundering- Counter Terrorism requirement for membership into the FBAA (Finance Broking Association of Australia). This course does not award accredited units of competency, as it is a knowledge based course only.
Enrol by clicking on the link below. Enrolments open all year. *Certificate of Completion issued once successfully completed.
Enrolment forms -AML Course click here
|Course name:||eLearning Education||Workshop|
|AML 3 Short Course||NA|
|Study Method: eLearning Education||Distance/Online, self-paced learning allows you to start a course when it suits you best. Moreover, it provides you with the flexibility to continue with your other commitments in life, such as work, parenthood and your social life. BEST OF ALL, it gives you access to our Distance Education Team who can discuss concepts, conduct skill-based role plays and provide feedback on any assessments submitted.|
|Course Duration||The duration of the course will vary depending on each individual student and their prior experience and knowledge. 12 hours over a maximum of 2 months is the recommended timeframe for students.|
|Assessments||50 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). Maximum of 3 attempts. For more information on assessment process
DISCLAIMER: IIT cannot guarantee successful completion of this course nor employment , as this is dependant on successful achievement of course assessments and IIT have no part in recruitment of external entities. This course is intended for training use only and IIT is not responsible for any issues or errors that occur within your business or employment role after completion of this course. While every endeavour has been taken to ensure that the information is correct, ever-changing legislation and law updates occur regularly, which means some aspects may not be applicable as you progress through certain requirements of the course.
Please contact us on 1300 88 33 46 for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org