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FIA Diploma of Fundraising Management -Advertorial


27 October 2003 at 12:10 pm
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Fundraising Institute – Australia Ltd has developed the Diploma of Fundraising Management, in association with the School of Volunteer Management, to provide a professional qualification for all facets of the fundraising industry.

Staff Reporter | 27 October 2003 at 12:10 pm


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FIA Diploma of Fundraising Management -Advertorial
27 October 2003 at 12:10 pm

Fundraising Institute – Australia Ltd has developed the Diploma of Fundraising Management, in association with the School of Volunteer Management, to provide a professional qualification for all facets of the fundraising industry.

This is a significant milestone in the history of the Fundraising Institute with more than 50 students already enrolled and progressing through the course. The Diploma is the first fundraising specific qualification, to be accredited in Australia by the Vocational Education and Training Board (VETAB), and one of its kind to be offered around the world.

It is completely via distance education, with flexibility in pace. Arranged with both core and elective modules, this diploma course not only has the facility to offer recognition for prior learning but will also give credit towards university degrees in associated disciplines.

The sequence of studies is flexible. All students must commence studies with Module One: Principles of Fundraising and Module Two: Fundraising Techniques, Tools and Resources and Module Three: Legal and Ethical Frameworks for Fundraising.

Other modules may be completed in any sequence, to meet the professional and personal interests and work requirements of the student. Students should have attained competence on at least two modules before submitting the learning contract for the practicum.

Certificate III in Fundraising Practice
On completion of modules 1 and 2 plus one module, students may opt for a Certificate III in Fundraising Practice, with advanced standing for the modules already completed if they choose to proceed to the full Diploma qualification at a later stage.

Prospective students should register their interest by calling the FIA’s Training Officer at the National Secretariat on (02) 9411 6644, or by e-mail to diploma@fia.org.au



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