The Diploma in Personal Financial Management (DPFM) has been designed for people who are, or who will shortly be, in the age levels where they no longer depend on others for their financial provision.


The DPFM develops core technical knowledge and understanding across a broad range of key advisory areas with over 08 units in total. Participants will gain knowledge about the practical and legal constraints on the sources and uses of money, the methods of organizing their money through personal budgeting, bank dealings, building society accounts and the concepts, and consequences of overspending or payment default.


Modular in structure, with compulsory units, the Diploma allows candidates to develop a learning programme that reflects their personal circumstances or career aspirations. Upon completion candidates will be awarded the Diploma in Personal Financial Management. Members who are successfully complete the Diploma entitled to use the designation DPFM.