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NC: Financial Markets and Instruments (NQF 6) Subscription

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    R1,500.00 / month and a R3,500.00 sign-up fee

    The subscription plan for NC: Financial Markets and Instruments (NQF 6) online requires an initial fee of R5000 (which includes a R3500 enrolment fee and one monthly instalment of R1500) plus a minimum of 14 monthly payments of R1500 each.  If the qualification is completed in less than 6 months, then an assessment fee equal to the outstanding minimum monthly subscription amounts will be charged.  Thus, the minimum fee for this qualification is R26000.

    If you take longer than 6 months to complete, you will continue paying R1500 until your portfolio is found competent. If you discontinue payments, your access will be removed and you will need to resubscribe. Therefore there is no maximum fee for this course.

    The National Certificate in Financial Markets and Instruments is registered as an NQF level 6 qualification. It is quality assured and awarded by BANKSETA. Chartall Business College is a BANKSETA accredited provider for this national certificate.

    This qualification is intended for:

    • Financial Advisors.
    • Financial Administrators.
    • Portfolio Managers.
    • Financial Analysts.
    • Compliance officers.
    • Brokers and relationship managers in the banking environment.
    • Risk Assessors/Managers.
    • Treasurers
    • Financial Traders.
    • Corporate financiers.
    • Structured financiers.

    The qualification is structured in such a way that it exposes learners to different kinds of investments to enable them to make an informed recommendation involving financial investments, funding requirements, and economic interaction.

    The achievement of this qualification enables the learner to utilise specialised financial instruments such as futures, options, and other derivatives for trading, funding, and investments. Investments could be in an individual capacity or the corporate environment. It will enable the learner to understand and apply risk measures in the market.