Buyer's Agent Licence
For licensing purposes, the work of a buyer’s agent restricts the holder of the licence to acting as an agent for a prospective purchaser of residential housing or land only. (Section 3 of the Property, Stock and Business Agents Act 2002 ).
- CPPDSM3019 Communicate with clients in the property industry
- CPPDSM4001A Act as a buyer’s agent
- CPPDSM4003A Appraise property
- CPPDSM4005A Establish and build client-agency relationships
- CPPDSM4008A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency work
- CPPDSM4015B Minimise agency and consumer risk
- CPPDSM4022A Sell and finalise the sale of property by private treaty
- CPPDSM4080A Work in the real estate industry
- BSBLED401 Develop teams and individuals
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
All students can apply for RPL. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a form of assessment that acknowledges the full range of an individual's skills and knowledge, irrespective of how they have been acquired. These skills may map across to the competency units. If you feel you may be eligible for RPL contact the RETS office. We will send you an RPL Kit which you can complete and send back to the office. Your tutor will then assess your material against the competencies. If you are successful you will not need to complete those units and will be issued a Statement of Attainment. There is no additional cost for RPL.
Are there any specific entry requirements?
You must have experience in real estate and/or your Certificate of Registration prior to commencing this course. RETS strongly suggests that you have had some experience in real estate or are currently working in real estate, as some of the assessments are workplace based, or refer to a real estate workplace.
6 weeks fulltime, up to 12 months part time
Statement of Attainment for units successfully completed