All learning outcomes covered in one day. Delivered through practical scenarios and practice exam questions. Concise study guide covering the full curriculum. FASEA experienced presenters.

The FASEA exam will not only test your ability to make the correct ethical choices but also require a strong knowledge and understanding of laws and regulations relevant to financial advisers.
If it's been a while since you last sat an exam, the ground has certainly changed. New laws and ethical standards have been introduced. Existing regulations have been updated.

What you can expect in the workshop/webinar

All FASEA's learning outcomes covered including the new legal and ethical requirements—in the context of passing the exam. Format: short PowerPoint talks with audience participation and interactive group work based on FASEA exam questions. This will ensure you receive and learn to apply the right knowledge and approach to obtain maximum marks.

Agenda: Origins of best interests duties and key concepts, FSRA and regulatory environment; Corporations Act 2001, FOFA, Royal Commission and 2017 changes; The exam, ethical frameworks, FASEA and the Code of Ethics; Consumer behaviour, Privacy, TASA, AML/CTF, Code of Ethics applied.

Package of materials needed for time-efficient study: In addition to recommended pre-reading, attendees will receive a hard copy of the Participant Handbook summarising the FASEA curriculum key aspects (99 pages), and package of source materials (including the key sections of Corporations Act 2001) needed for time-efficient study (115 pages).

Make the legal and ethical obligations part of your professional DNA.

Accredited for 6.75 Hours Continuing Professional Development by the Financial Planning Association of Australia: Regulatory compliance & consumer protection (2.5hrs) Professionalism & ethics (3.5hrs) Technical competence (0.75hr). See Testimonials page for attendee comments and feedback ratings.

Our Goals

Upcoming Blue Path FASEA Exam preparation workshop and webinar dates

Workshops are held at a central business training facility (click on workshop below for venue address) and are fully catered.
Webinar platform is Google Meet. Computer and internet connection (camera and microphone optional but recommended). No download required.

Workshop: 8:45AM
Webinar: 9:45AM (connection open)

Workshop: 9AM - 5PM (morning and afternoon tea (15 mins), lunch (45 mins)
Webinar: 10AM - 6PM (AEDT (Sydney time)) (morning and afternoon tea (15 mins), lunch (45 mins)

Workshop: $595 (Early Bird*) $625 (Standard)
Includes Participant Handbook covering the FASEA curriculum: To receive by Express Post in advance of the workshop, request by email to Allow 3 business days to receive. Remember to bring this copy to the workshop as no spares will be available. If the workshop is cancelled the value of the Participant Handbook received ($230) will be deducted from any amount to be refunded. 

Webinar: $450. Includes course materials (hard copy Participant Handbook, Exercises and PowerPoint sent by Express Post)
No Participant Handbook price: $195 (only Exercises and PowerPoint in PDF, emailed). The Participant Handbook is recommended for self study. It is not essential in order to follow the Webinar.

Package of materials for self study (Participant Handbook) sent by Express Post: $230.

*Early Bird registration is available
up until 15 days before the workshop.

Brisbane workshop

Mon 20 April 2020

Queensland Law Society
Level 2, 179 Ann Street, Brisbane 4000


Wed 22 April 2020

Computer and internet connection (camera and microphone optional but recommended).

3 business days' notice required to receive hard copy materials before the Webinar.

Sydney workshop

Fri 24 April 2020

Australian Institute of Company Directors
18 Jamison St, Sydney NSW 2000

Melbourne workshop

Wed 29 April 2020

Australian Institute of Company Directors, Optus Centre, Level 26, 367 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000

Get ready with an all-in-one workshop. Your complete package to pass the FASEA exam.

Our Goals

Meet our speakers


Ethics & FASEA Legal Specialist
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Roger Patterson provides the ethics law expertise needed to address the new Code of Ethics established under FASEA’s revised qualifications for financial advisers. He has published articles on the FASEA Code of Ethics and been quoted as a specialist in this area in the financial media. He has appeared on financial industry Podcasts to discuss FASEA issues. Roger has specialised in the field of ethics law for more than 20 years, and delivered training at Bond University on the Gold Coast and at the Queensland Law Society. Roger enjoys engaging audiences through discussions of case studies and socratic enquiry. He holds a Masters degree in the human science aspects of risk management, which underpin the behavioural understandings in the new FASEA guidelines. It’s these related skills and Roger’s knowledge of FASEA’s ethical rules and regulations which gives Blue Path the inside run in helping you pass this aspect of the FASEA exam. The complete package of support and guidance.


FASEA Exam specialist
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Brooke Patterson has the financial fluency and experience to take you confidently through the FASEA exam. Brooke has completed the FASEA exam, arming her with a very practical insight to help you prepare. Brooke has worked as a financial adviser for more than 20 years, dealing extensively with clients in Australia and overseas, and is very familiar with the requirements demanded by FASEA. She breaks down the complexities of the new FASEA regulations, to give you the best chance of passing this all-important exam. This is where you get the tools to conquer the FASEA exam. Right here. Right now. Please contact Brooke to discuss your options, goals and exam schedule.

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