Intro to Derivatives workshop

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) 

The Introduction to Derivatives workshop provides 4 FASEA CPD hours to candidates.  See breakdown for FASEA CPD areas:

Technical  competence 2 hours
Regulatory compliance and consumer protection 2 hours
Total Hours 4 hours


Can’t see this workshop on our CPD Calendar?  We can run this workshop on an inhouse basis for any organisation at a date and time that works for them.  Please contact us on email or telephone +61 2 8080 3200 to discuss date/time/cost.

Derivatives are an established and essential component of global financial markets. Focusing on options and warrants, this comprehensive workshop discusses how and why derivatives are used for leverage and/or to manage risk. Key concepts are explained through worked examples, under the guidance of an experienced practitioner.


Practitioner Member: $440.00
Organisation Member: $485.00
Non-Member: $525.00

Face-to-face learning

This workshop is based on face-to-face learning and includes a mix of presentation and case-studies.  All SAFAA facilitators are led and/or conducted by persons who are appropriate, and have sufficient standing, expertise, academic qualifications and/or practical experience.

Learning outcomes

Attendees will expect to walk away with a solid understanding of the following:

  • Introduction to derivatives
  • Options
  • Warrants and other equity derivatives
  • Derivatives trading and clearing
  • Legal and tax considerations

Who should attend the workshop?

The workshop is designed for individuals who are Stockbrokers, Financial Advisers, Desk Assistants and others in sales and marketing, compliance, HR, IT and other supporting roles looking to develop their industry knowledge.

This 4 hour workshop is also ideal preparation for Accredited Derivatives Adviser Level 1 – ADA1 candidates.

Is there any assumed pre-requisite knowledge for attendees?

There is no assumed knowledge for participants of this workshop.

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