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Rural Finance Counsellor

Financial Counsellors work first and foremost with the customers of a financial firm and try to sell debt-relief services to the client. They may also work for government or non-profit agencies that are dedicated to helping people reduce debt and manage shaky finances. While working with a client, Financial Counsellors review the debt and the savings a client has and make proposals on how to create assets and decrease debt. In addition to working with families to pay down overwhelming debt, Financial Counsellors teach people how to manage their money effectively and responsibly in order to avoid future financial problems.


For this Position, the skills required could have been developed through on the job training, previous work experience in other related roles and through specialised and/or vocation training and/or through a Tertiary Qualification in Science, Humanities or Commerce.


Tertiary Education Providers


Charles Sturt University

University of New England

The University of Sydney

University of Western Sydney


La Trobe

The University of Melbourne

South Australia

The University of Adelaide

Western Australia

Curtin University

The University of Western Australia


University of Tasmania


James Cook University

The University of Queensland

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