20% off the Canadian Securities Course (CSC)
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- February 28, 2014
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I would easily say no, but I did finance in University, so most of the material was relatively familiar to me.jmeggs wrote: ↑Hey, thanks -- I've been thinking about taking this for a while, so this could be the extra impetus needed to get going on it!
Just out of curiosity, for those who have taken CSC, is it worth it to get the Value Combo?
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Canadian Securities Course (CSC)®
Canadian Securities Course (CSC) Value Pack Combo* $1310.00
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* The Canadian Securities Course (CSC) Value Pack Combo is your all in one course and study tool package to set you up for success. In addition to the online, interactive version with hard-copy textbook you also get the full set of study tools, including the CSC Check, CSC Audio Book, Financial Investment Calculations Toolkit With Calculator, Financial Statements and Ratios e-Tutorial, Macro and Microeconomic E-Tutorial and the CSC webcasts.
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Save 10% when you buy any two of the following study tools, save 15% when you buy any three of the following study tools, save 25% when you buy all six of the following study tools. Please note: study tools are all delivered online and are not refundable.
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I did the exact same thing, many years ago and I think I paid extra for in-class instructions. I was the only one in my class of about 25 that had nothing to do with the industry - the teacher looked at me like "what are you doing here?". I paid attention and did the homework, and easily passed.projectmoonlightcafe wrote: ↑I took the CSC when I had relatively little knowledge of the capital markets and I was fine. I strongly suggest it to people who doesn't mind spending the money to learn about the industry...of course, that was when the CSC was like $500. It's a harder sell to ask someone to take it as an interest course nowadays.
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+1, most of the major banks will cover the cost (although it might be up to your manager ultimately).
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+1Gweedz wrote: ↑
I must admit, I was very surprised (concerned?) at the number of people working in the industry and the struggles they were having with this. I learned many things from this, but one that I'll remember forever is to never assume the guy/girl in the suit across from the desk knows what they're talking about.