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Real Estate Courses

Thinking of a career in Real Estate?

A career in the Real Estate Industry can be very rewarding with a number of fields of practice to choose from.

Whether you are thinking of a career in Sales or Property Management, REINT can assist you to achieve your career goals.

The REINT is the only nationally recognised training provider for the real estate profession in the Northern Territory

Work & Study

Complete the introductory course to apply for an Interim Registration.  Work in the field while completing your study

Face to Face

You have the option to attend classes face to face or via Zoom in our Training Centre in Darwin City

Online Study

Self paced study online to suit your life style, work from the comfort of your own home office at a time that suits you

Quality Training

Receive training by qualified lecturers who know the Northern Territory Real Estate Industry

Enrol Now

A quick link to start your enrolment process OR you can scroll down for more info

Course Guide

Click here to view the course structure and download a copy of the course guide

LLN Survey

The LLN Survey must be completed before enrolling to study with the REINT

Timetable

Download the latest training schedule for face to face and Zoom training sessions

EDUCATION

Thinking of a career in Real Estate?

A career in the Real Estate Industry can be very rewarding with a number of fields of practice to choose from.

Whether you are thinking of a career in Sales or Property Management, REINT can assist you to achieve your career goals.

The REINT is the only nationally recognised training provider for the real estate profession in the Northern Territory

Work & Study

Complete the introductory course to apply for an Interim Registration.  Work in the field while completing your study

Face to Face

You have the option to attend classes face to face or via Zoom in our Training Centre in Darwin City

Online Study

Self paced study online to suit your life style, work from the comfort of your own home office at a time that suits you

Quality Training

Receive training by qualified lecturers who know the Northern Territory Real Estate Industry

COURSES

The REINT offer multiple career pathways and flexible learning options to help you achieve your goals.

Certificate IV Real Estate Practice (CPP41419)

Completing the full certificate IV means you can apply for an unrestricted license upon completion and work un restricted for a Licensed Agency.

OR you can choose to only complete the Restricted courses to only work in that field

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Introductory Course

This is where you begin your career in real estate.

 5 core units of CPP41419

Upon completion of these units you are eligible to apply for an Interim Registration that allows you to work in the field while completing your study

 

 

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Restricted Property Management

This is a good option if you wanting to work only in Property Management

5 core units and 9 elective PM units of CPP41419

Upon completion you are eligible to apply for your Restricted Property Management Registration

 

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Restricted Sales Representative

This is an option for you if you would only like to work in Sales.

5 core units and 6 elective Sales units of CPP41419

Upon completion you are eligible to apply for your Restricted Sales Representative Registration and only work in Sales

 

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CPP51119 Diploma of Property

(Agency Management)

This course is for anyone wanting to start their own Real Estate Agency

After successful completion of the Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice CPP41419 you can obtain the Diploma of Property (Agency Management) and Apply for your real estate License

COURSES

The REINT offer multiple career pathways and flexible learning options to help you achieve your goals.

Certificate IV Real Estate Practice (CPP41419)

Completeing the full certificate IV means you can apply for an unrestricted license upon completion and work un restricted for a Licensed Agency.

OR you can choose to only complete the Restricted courses to only work in that field

Introductory Course

This is where you begin your career in real estate.

 5 core units of CPP41419

Upon completion of these units you are eligible to apply for an Interim Registration that allows you to work in the field while completing your study

Restricted Property Management

This is a good option if you wanting to work only in Property Management

5 core units and 9 elective PM units of CPP41419

Upon completion you are eligible to apply for your Restricted Property Management Registration

 

Restricted Sales Representative

This is an option for you if you would only like to work in Sales.

5 core units and 6 elective Sales units of CPP41419

Upon completion you are eligible to apply for your Restricted Sales Representative Registration and only work in Sales

 

CPP51119 Diploma of Property

(Agency Management)

This course is for anyone wanting to start their own Real Estate Agency

After successful completion of the Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice CPP41419 you can obtain the Diploma of Property (Agency Management) and Apply for your real estate License

REI TRAINING

The Enrolment Process and FAQ’s

To start your enrolment process please use the steps below to help guide you.

You can always phone our friendly REI Training Team to help you further with any questions you may have or assistance you may need.

See below our FAQ’s for a quick answer to frequently asked questions

Step 1

Choose your Course.  You can speak with our Team to choose the best option for you.

Step 2

Complete the Language, Literacy and Numeracy Survey (LLN Survey) before enrolment. 

Step 3

Download the enrolment form, complete and return to students@reint.com.au *digital enrolment here soon!

Step 4

Payment:  Once units have been paid for they are released.  *digital payments coming soon!

 

CPP41419

Certificate IV Real Estate Practice

Clustered units of competency from the CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate also make up the following courses;

* Agents Representative Introductory Course (Interim Registration)

* Restricted Sales Representative

* Restricted Property Management

Course Overview

After completing the LLN Survey you can then enrol in CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice.  To be a licensed agent or registered as an agents representative within the Northern Territory you must have employment with a Real Estate Agency.  The REINT cannot guarantee employment within the Industry but generally, prospects of employment are very good as there are always Agencies looking for the ‘super’ Salesperson or Property Manager. The REINT recommends that anyone looking for employment in the Industry contact some of the Real Estate Agencies and express their interest.

For career pathways for agent’s representatives looking at furthering their career in Real Estate, the REINT can assist you to unlock your potential through the Diploma of Property (Agency Management).  

CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
CPPREP4105 Sell Property
CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

Introductory Course

(5 Core Units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice)

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts

 

Restricted Property Management

(Required to complete Introductory Course and then the following 9 units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice):

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate

 

Restricted Sales Representative

(Required to complete Introductory Course and then the following 6 units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice):

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
CPPREP4105 Sell Property
CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

Study Options

on Student can complete the course in either of the following ways:

→  Face to Face Delivery – The full Certificate IV will be offered three times over the course of the year. A student is able to break up their study by attending some Units of Competency in the first round of delivery and continue their study over the subsequent courses. The student has twelve (12) months to complete the Certificate IV from date of commencement.

→  Face to Face teaching will be held at the REINT Training facility at 2/6 Lindsay Street, Darwin NT 0800 with classes being held between 9.00am and 5.00pm with a 15 minute break morning and afternoon and a 45 minutes break for lunch. If you need to exit the class early you must inform the
lecturer before leaving.

  All upcoming class timetables will be available to view on our website.  Please note that dates may change, when booking in face to face teaching the student is required to contact the REINT to confirm dates.

→  Online Learning – is delivered by REINT’s online system provided by Catapult Leaning Systems.  Online learning is self – paced, however, the average duration of an online learner is 12 months.  Assessments will include multiple choice answers, short answer questions and projects that require some research.

→  Combination – A student may complete their studies By;

→  Work place arrangements – If a student is currently working in the industry they may arrange a time with the assessor to attend their work place to assess their skills and knowledge at a time that is convenient for all parties.

 

Suggested Hours of Supervised and Non-supervised learning

26 Days of face to face teaching per Cert IV Course broken down as follows:

•  9.00am to 5.00pm per day = 8 hours in total
•  2 x 15 minute breaks and 1 x 45 minute break per day – 75 minutes
•  6hrs and 45 mins for training and observation assessment. (The trainer/assessor will be
guided by the volume and competency of the students).
•  Self-paced study and Assessment Preparation – 10 hours per week
•  Completion of Online Formative and Summative Questions – 10 hours per week
•  Online Project research and completion – 4 hours per week.

The above hours are a guide, each student will work at their own pace, any student that requires Course Information assistance is encouraged to contact the REINT’s training team.

→  Individual coaching is available to learners as requested and/or deemed necessary to assist with the gaining the required skills and knowledge for unit/s of competency.

 

If you are attending the course internally you should bring with you:

→  Pens/paper
→  Notepads
→  Calculator
→  Highlighter, Whiteout
→  Laptop or chosen device, REINT does not supply Laptops for student use.
→  A jumper or cardigan as the air conditioner may be cold from time to time.

Once students have identified their preferred method of learning and payment received students will either be issued with the learning guides, assessments and practical activities and will also be given the logon details for the applicable units of competency.

If required students are encouraged to contact the REINT for guidance and assistance during the study period.

 

Issuing Training Materials
REINT staff are required to maintain records of training materials issued to clients. For external clients, the training material can be emailed to you on request and will be made available online through the student management system.  It will be recorded in our database that access to the training material has been granted.

Should you require assistance / guidance during your course, feel free to talk to the following people:
  REINT Training Staff
  Mentor / Sponsor
  Staff of Agency

Any student requesting re-issue electronic or hardcopy of training material will be charged an additional $25.00 per unit.

Internal Training Schedule
The internal training schedule can be viewed on our web site www.reint.com.au or by contacting our office on 8981 8905 for a copy.

Issuing Statements of Completion
No certificates, transcripts or statements of attainment will be issued until:
  All course fees are paid
  REINT staff identify the recipient

Course Fees

 

Introductory Course: (Required for Interim Registration)

A non-refundable Administration Fee of $200.00 is included in the course.

Introductory Course comprises of Five (5) Core Units of Competency.

→  The Introductory Course must be completed before a student can continue onto any other course.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $680.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1200.00 $1400.00

 

Restricted Property Management Representative:

→  Successful completion of the Introductory Course

→  Payment and successful completion of the required Units of Competency for Restricted Property Management course.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $720.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
3 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1800.00 $2160.00

 

Restricted Sales Representative:

→  Successful Completion of The Introductory Course

→  Payment and successful completion of the required units of Competency for Restricted Sales course.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $720.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1200.00 $1440.00

 

Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice:

Full Cert IV compromises of a combination of 18 Units of Competency derived from:

→  The Introductory Course

→  The Restricted Property Management Course

→  Restricted Sales Course

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $680.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
3 $600.00 $720.00
4 $600.00 $720.00
5 $600.00 $720.00
6 $800.00 $960.00
TOTAL $3800.00 $4520.00

 

Diploma of Property (Agency Management):

→  Successful Completion of the full Cert IV

→  Successful completion of the 12 Units of Competency of the Diploma

→  Payment one includes the $200.00 non-refundable admin fee.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $1250.00 $1490.00
2 $1050.00 $1290.00
3 $1050.00 $1290.00
4 $1050.00 $1290.00
TOTAL $4400.00 $5360.00

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Invoices/receipts will be raised and sent within 7 days of enrolment date.
  • Payment is expected within 14 days.
  • Payment must be received before course material will be issued.
  • The Admin and resource fees are payable immediately. No refund is applicable for these fees.
  • Cancellation fees may apply, refer to refund policy.
  • The non-refundable Administration Fee of $200.00 will be waivered for Diploma Students if continuing on from Cert IV studies with the REINT, within 6 months of successful completion of their Cert IV.
  • While studying any of the qualifications, a non-member is employed by one of the REINT’s members and can provide proof of employment, the cost of the remaining course will revert to the member price.

Member price will apply only to students employed by a member.

 

REFUND POLICY

Clients who withdraw from a course prior to the commencement of the course maybe entitled to a part refund. Refunds are provided on a sliding scale determined by the amount of notice you provide.  For a full copy of the Refund Policy visit our website or contact us.

Assessment Help

Assistance
Regardless of whether you are an internal, external or online student, you are encouraged to contact the REINT trainers and assessor for assistance, as required, throughout the period that you are studying with us.  External students will be contacted from time to time to discuss progress.

Assessment Standards and Expectations
When the Trainer/Assessor has marked your assessment, you will be deemed either Competent (C) or Not Yet competent (NYC).  All questions and activities must be attempted. If any question or activity is left blank in any part of the assessment that part shall not be marked and shall be returned.
Your assessments must be legible and all activities must be prepared and presented in a professional manner using up to date business technologies.

 

Assessment Instructions
Notes for completion of assessments and expectations and standards are re-iterated on the assessment.

 

Students Assessed as Not Yet Competent
If you have been deemed Not Yet Competent you will be given feedback and be allowed to resubmit the assessment as per the details contained in the Student Information Handbook.

 

Assessment Submission
Greater Darwin Area
After the student has completed the assessment and all practical activities required, they can either:
→  Submit the completed studies to the REINT in person (you are required to sign all completed work in at reception)
→  Complete your studies online and submit.
→  Email all completed studies to students@reint.com.au

Remote Areas
→  Complete your studies online and submit.
→  Email all completed studies to students@reint.com.au

 

Assessment Standards and Expectations
All questions and activities must be answered correctly.
All questions and activities must be attempted. If any question or activity is left blank in any part of the assessment, that part shall not be marked and shall be returned.  Your assessments must be legible and all activities must be prepared and presented in a professional manner.

 

Students Assessed as Not Yet Competent
If you are deemed as Not Yet Competent you will be given feedback by an REINT trainer/assessor and granted the opportunity to review and resubmit your assessment.

 

Are you entitled to Credit Transfer?
REINT applies the principles of credit transfer in accordance with the Australian Quality Framework.
That is you may have undertaken some study elsewhere relating to competencies from the CPP41419 – Real Estate Practice and may have received a Statement of Attainment for the competencies you completed successfully.

If the competencies are from the CPP41419 – Real Estate Practice Training Package that are a requirement of your current study, plus you are holding a Statement of Attainment for these competencies, you will receive credit transfer.

USI

Unique Student Identifier (USI)

REINT is required by law to verify your Unique Student Identifier (USI) before we can issue certification.  If you do not have a USI Number, you will need to obtain one by going to www.usi.gov.au

→  Note that not providing the REINT with your USI number may result in a delay in course participation and certification.

LLN Survey

Before you proceed to enrolment it is a requirement that all potential students complete the LLN Survey (Language, Literacy and Numeracy).  These are the 5 core skills that make up the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF).  These skills have been identified as the basic skills that a person needs in the community, classroom and workplace.  This can be done by clicking on the following link;

BEGIN LLN SURVEY

Once you have completed and submitted the LLN Survey a member of the REINT staff will contact you with the results. You will be given the opportunity to review your submission if there are any errors. On successful completion of the LLN Survey you may submit your enrolment form for processing.

Licensing and Registration

Licensing and Registration Requirements

To operate a Real Estate office in the NT you must be a licensed Real Estate agent. This license will be granted when you meet the requirements of the government’s licensing and registration department, which are:

→  Attained the age of 18 years old
→  Meets the requirements of a fit and proper person within the meaning of section 20 of the Agents Licensing Act (ALA)
→  Has completed a course of competency-based training that is approved by the Agents Licensing Board under section 22A of the ALA for the class of licence that is the subject of the application.

Registration Requirements to work in the Real Estate profession in the NT you must be a registered agent’s representative as an employee of a licensed agent. Registration will be granted when you meet the requirements of the government’s licensing and registration department, which are:

→  Attained the age of 18 years
→  Is a fit and proper person
→  Holds the prescribed educational qualifications.
→  Will be employed by, or in the service of, a licensed agent as an agent’s representative within the Territory

 

ALB Requirements for Registration
Once you have successfully completed the required Units of Competency you then:
→  Enrol in the remainder of the Units of Competency for your chosen skill set.
→  Submit a notice of intent (NT NEWS – Darwin/Katherine area) (Centralian Advocate – Central
Australia)
→  Complete a testimonial
→  Complete Employers’ declaration of employment.
→  Complete a Criminal History Check (commonly known as a Police Check)

Once you have completed these requirements, you may apply to the ALB for your registration. Please
note: Registration will not be granted unless you are employed by a Real Estate Agent.
Required paperwork and explanations will be given to you at enrolment.
Registration/License Options

 

Below is the list of Units of Competency required for each category of Registration/Licence.
Successful completion of your chosen skill set allows a person to apply for the specific
Registration/License.

 

INTRODUCTORY COURSE

(Required for the Interim Registration)

→  CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts

 

RESTRICTED PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

(On successful completion of the Introductory Course the following Units of Competency are required to enable you to apply for the Restricted Property Management registration.)

→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
→  CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
→  CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
→  CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
→  CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate

 

RESTRICTED SALES

(On successful completion of the Introductory Course the following Units of Competency are required to enable you to apply for the Restricted Sales registration.)

→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
→  CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
→  CPPREP4105 Sell Property
→  CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

CPP41419 – CERTIFICATE IV in Real Estate Practice (Release 1)

→  CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts
→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
→  CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
→  CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
→  CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
→  CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate
→  CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
→  CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
→  CPPREP4105 Sell Property
→  CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

CPP51119 – DIPLOMA of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

→  CPPREP5001 Manage compliance in the property industry
→  CPPREP5002 Establish and monitor property industry trust account management practices
→  CPPREP5003 Manage ethical practice in the property industry
→  CPPREP5004 Manage a safe workplace in the property industry
→  CPPREP5005 Manage teams in the property industry
→  CPPREP5006 Manage operational finances in the property industry
→  CPPREP5007 Develop a strategic business plan in the property industry
→  CPPREP5011 Develop a marketing and service Strategy in Real Estate
→  CPPREP5012 Manage customer service activities in property industry
→  BSBHRM604 Manage employee relations
→  BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation
→  BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan.

 

Real Estate Licence Course

To be eligible to be granted a license to own and/or operate a Real Estate Business you are required to successfully complete CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1. You may apply for a Restricted License if you choose to specialise in one particular area, if that is the case the following applies:

Restricted Property Management License
 Successful completion of the Restricted Property Management Course
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

Restricted Sales License
 Successful completion of the Restricted Sales Course
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

Full Real Estate License
 Successful completion of CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

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CPP41419

Certificate IV Real Estate Practice

Clustered units of competency from the CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate also make up the following courses;

* Agents Representative Introductory Course (Interim Registration)

* Restricted Sales Representative

* Restricted Property Management

Course Overview

There are no prerequisites to enroll in CPP41419, from the introductory to the full Certificate IV.  To be a licensed agent or registered as an agents representative within the Northern Territory you must have employment with a Real Estate Agency.  The REINT cannot guarantee employment within the Industry but generally, prospects of employment are very good as there are always Agencies looking for the ‘super’ Salesperson or Property Manager. The REINT recommends that anyone looking for employment in the Industry contact some of the Real Estate Agencies and express their interest.

For career pathways for agent’s representatives looking at furthering their career in Real Estate, the REINT can assist you to unlock your potential through the Diploma of Property (Agency Management).  Once they have completed the full CPP41419 certificate they are eligible and encouraged to continue their education towards completing the requirements to apply for an Agents Licence to enhance their understanding of the industry and widen career opportunities.

CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
CPPREP4105 Sell Property
CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

Introductory Course

(5 Core Units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice)

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts

 

Restricted Property Management

(Required to complete Introductory Course and then the following 9 units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice):

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate

 

Restricted Sales Representative

(Required to complete Introductory Course and then the following 6 units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice):

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
CPPREP4105 Sell Property
CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

Study Options

Candidate can complete the course in either of the following ways:

→  Face to Face Delivery – The full Certificate IV will be offered three times over the course of the year. A student is able to break up their study by attending some Units of Competency in the first round of delivery and continue their study over the subsequent courses. The student has twelve (12) months to complete the Certificate IV from date of commencement.

→  Face to Face teaching will be held at the REINT Training facility at 2/6 Lindsay Street, Darwin NT 0800 with classes being held between 9.00am and 5.00pm with a 15 minute break morning and afternoon and a 45 minutes break for lunch. If you need to exit the class early you must inform the
lecturer before leaving.

  Details of proposed dates of delivery and Units of Competency that will be delivered on the said dates are available on our REINT website. Please note that dates may change, when booking in face to face teaching the student is required to contact the REINT to confirm dates.

→  Online Learning – is delivered by REINT’s online system provided by Catapult Leaning Systems.  Online learning is self – paced, however, the average duration of an online learner is 12 months.  Written activities include short answers, questions, multiple choice, projects and research.

→  Combination – A student may complete their study using a combination of Face to Face and Online training.

→  Work place arrangements – If a student is currently working in the industry they may arrange a time with the assessor to attend their work place to assess their skills and knowledge at a time that is convenient for all parties.

 

Suggested Hours of Supervised and Non-supervised learning

26 Days of face to face teaching per Cert IV Course broken down as follows:

•  9.00am to 5.00pm per day = 8 hours in total
•  2 x 15 minute breaks and 1 x 45 minute break per day – 75 minutes
•  6hrs and 45 mins for training and observation assessment. (The trainer/assessor will be
guided by the volume and competency of the students).
•  Self-paced study and Assessment Preparation – 10 hours per week
•  Completion of Online Formative and Summative Questions – 10 hours per week
•  Online Project research and completion – 4 hours per week.

The above hours are a guide, each student will work at their own pace, any student that requires Course Information assistance is encouraged to contact the REINT’s training team.

→  Individual coaching is available to learners as requested and/or deemed necessary to assist with the gaining the required skills and knowledge for unit/s of competency.

 

If you are attending the course internally you should bring with you:

→  Pens/paper
→  Notepads
→  Calculator
→  Highlighter, Whiteout
→  Laptop or chosen device, REINT does not supply Laptops for student use.
→  A jumper or cardigan as the air conditioner may be cold from time to time.

Once students have identified their preferred method of learning, they will be either issued with the learning guides, assessments and practical activities, or, given the logon details for the applicable units of competency.

If required students are encouraged to contact the REINT for guidance and assistance during the study period.

 

Issuing Training Materials
REINT staffs are required to maintain records of training materials issued to clients. For external clients, the training material will either be emailed to you or made available online. This will be recorded in our database that the training material has been forwarded to you.

Should you require assistance / guidance during your course, feel free to talk to the following people:
  REINT Training Staff
  Mentor / Sponsor
  Staff of Agency

Any student requesting re-issue electronic or hardcopy of training material will be charged an additional $25.00 per unit.

Internal Training Schedule
An example internal training schedule can be viewed at our web site www.reint.com.au or by contacting our office on 8981 8905 for a copy.

Issuing Statements of Completion
No statements of completion will be issued until:
  All course fees are paid
  REINT staff identify the recipient

Course Fees

 

Introductory Course: (Required for Interim Registration)

A non-refundable Administration Fee of $200.00 is included in the course.

Introductory Course comprises of Five (5) Core Units of Competency.

→  The Introductory Course must be completed before a student can continue onto any other course.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $680.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1200.00 $1400.00

 

Restricted Property Management Representative:

→  Successful completion of the Introductory Course

→  Payment and successful completion of the required Units of Competency for Restricted Property Management qualification.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $720.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
3 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1800.00 $2160.00

 

Restricted Sales Representative:

→  Successful Completion of The Introductory Course

→  Payment and successful completion of the required units of Competency for Restricted Sales qualification.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $720.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1200.00 $1440.00

 

Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice:

Full Cert IV compromises of a combination of 18 Units of Competency derived from:

→  The Introductory Course

→  The Restricted Property Management Course

→  Restricted Sales Course

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $680.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
3 $600.00 $720.00
4 $600.00 $720.00
5 $600.00 $720.00
6 $800.00 $960.00
TOTAL $3800.00 $4520.00

 

Diploma of Property (Agency Management):

→  Successful Completion of the full Cert IV

→  Successful completion of the 12 Units of Competency of the Diploma

→  Payment one includes the $200.00 non-refundable admin fee.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $1250.00 $1490.00
2 $1050.00 $1290.00
3 $1050.00 $1290.00
4 $1050.00 $1290.00
TOTAL $4400.00 $5360.00

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Invoices/receipts will be raised and sent within 7 days of enrolment date.
  • Payment is expected within 14 days.
  • Payment must be received before course material will be issued.
  • The Admin and resource fees are payable immediately. No refund is applicable for these fees.
  • Cancellation fees may apply, refer to refund policy.
  • The non-refundable Administration Fee of $200.00 will be waivered for Diploma Students if continuing on from Cert IV studies with the REINT, within 6 months of successful completion of their Cert IV.
  • While studying any of the qualifications, a non-member is employed by one of the REINT’s members and can provide proof of employment, the cost of the remaining course will revert to the member price.

Member price will apply only to students employed by a member.

 

REFUND POLICY

Clients who withdraw from a course prior to the commencement of the course maybe entitled to a part refund. Refunds are provided on a sliding scale determined by the amount of notice you provide.  For a full copy of the Refund Policy visit our website or contact us.

Assessment Help

Assistance
Regardless of whether you are an internal, external or online student, you are encouraged to contact the REINT trainers and assessor for assistance, as required, throughout the period that you are studying with us.  External students will be contacted from time to time to discuss progress.

Assessment Standards and Expectations
When the Trainer/Assessor has marked your assessment, you will be deemed either Competent (C) or Not Yet competent (NYC).  All questions and activities must be attempted. If any question or activity is left blank in any part of the assessment that part shall not be marked and shall be returned.
Your assessments must be legible and all activities must be prepared and presented in a professional manner using up to date business technologies.

 

Assessment Instructions
Notes for completion of assessments and expectations and standards are re-iterated on the assessment.

 

Students Assessed as Not Yet Competent
If you have been deemed Not Yet Competent you will be given feedback and be allowed to resubmit the assessment as per the details contained in the Student Information Handbook.

 

Assessment Submission
Greater Darwin Area
After the student has completed the assessment and all practical activities required, they can either:
→  Submit the completed studies to the REINT in person (you are required to sign all completed work in at reception)
→  Complete your studies online and submit.
→  Email all completed studies to students@reint.com.au

Remote Areas
→  Complete your studies online and submit.
→  Email all completed studies to students@reint.com.au

 

Assessment Standards and Expectations
All questions and activities must be answered correctly.
All questions and activities must be attempted. If any question or activity is left blank in any part of the assessment, that part shall not be marked and shall be returned.  Your assessments must be legible and all activities must be prepared and presented in a professional manner.

 

Students Assessed as Not Yet Competent
If you are deemed as Not Yet Competent you will be given feedback by an REINT trainer/assessor and granted the opportunity to review and resubmit your assessment.

 

Are you entitled to Credit Transfer?
REINT applies the principles of credit transfer in accordance with the Australian Quality Framework.
That is you may have undertaken some study elsewhere relating to competencies from the CPP41419 – Real Estate Practice and may have received a Statement of Attainment for the competencies you completed successfully.

If the competencies are from the CPP41419 – Real Estate Practice Training Package that are a requirement of your current study, plus you are holding a Statement of Attainment for these competencies, you will receive credit transfer.

USI

Unique Student Identifier (USI)

REINT is required by law to verify your Unique Student Identifier (USI) before we can issue certification.  If you do not have a USI Number, you will need to obtain one by going to www.usi.gov.au

→  Note that not providing the REINT with your USI number may result in a delay in course participation and certification.

LLN Survey

Before you proceed to enrolment it is a requirement that all potential students complete the LLN Survey (Language, Literacy and Numeracy).  These are the 5 core skills that make up the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF).  These skills have been identified as the basic skills that a person needs in the community, classroom and workplace.  This can be done by clicking on the following link;

BEGIN LLN SURVEY

Once you have completed and submitted the LLN Survey a member of the REINT staff will contact you with the results. You will be given the opportunity to review your submission if there are any errors. On successful completion of the LLN Survey you may submit your enrolment form for processing.

Licensing and Registration

Licensing and Registration Requirements

To operate a Real Estate office in the NT you must be a licensed Real Estate agent. This license will be granted when you meet the requirements of the government’s licensing and registration department, which are:

→  Attained the age of 18 years old
→  Meets the requirements of a fit and proper person within the meaning of section 20 of the Agents Licensing Act (ALA)
→  Has completed a course of competency-based training that is approved by the Agents Licensing Board under section 22A of the ALA for the class of licence that is the subject of the application.

Registration Requirements to work in the Real Estate profession in the NT you must be a registered agent’s representative as an employee of a licensed agent. Registration will be granted when you meet the requirements of the government’s licensing and registration department, which are:

→  Attained the age of 18 years
→  Is a fit and proper person
→  Holds the prescribed educational qualifications.
→  Will be employed by, or in the service of, a licensed agent as an agent’s representative within the Territory

 

ALB Requirements for Registration
Once you have successfully completed the required Units of Competency you then:
→  Enrol in the remainder of the Units of Competency for your chosen skill set.
→  Submit a notice of intent (NT NEWS – Darwin/Katherine area) (Centralian Advocate – Central
Australia)
→  Complete a testimonial
→  Complete Employers’ declaration of employment.
→  Complete a Criminal History Check (commonly known as a Police Check)

Once you have completed these requirements, you may apply to the ALB for your registration. Please
note: Registration will not be granted unless you are employed by a Real Estate Agent.
Required paperwork and explanations will be given to you at enrolment.
Registration/License Options

 

Below is the list of Units of Competency required for each category of Registration/Licence.
Successful completion of your chosen skill set allows a person to apply for the specific
Registration/License.

 

INTRODUCTORY COURSE

(Required for the Interim Registration)

→  CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts

 

RESTRICTED PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

(On successful completion of the Introductory Course the following Units of Competency are required to enable you to apply for the Restricted Property Management registration.)

→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
→  CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
→  CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
→  CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
→  CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate

 

RESTRICTED SALES

(On successful completion of the Introductory Course the following Units of Competency are required to enable you to apply for the Restricted Sales registration.)

→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
→  CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
→  CPPREP4105 Sell Property
→  CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

CPP41419 – CERTIFICATE IV in Real Estate Practice (Release 1)

→  CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts
→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
→  CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
→  CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
→  CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
→  CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate
→  CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
→  CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
→  CPPREP4105 Sell Property
→  CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

CPP51119 – DIPLOMA of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

→  CPPREP5001 Manage compliance in the property industry
→  CPPREP5002 Establish and monitor property industry trust account management practices
→  CPPREP5003 Manage ethical practice in the property industry
→  CPPREP5004 Manage a safe workplace in the property industry
→  CPPREP5005 Manage teams in the property industry
→  CPPREP5006 Manage operational finances in the property industry
→  CPPREP5007 Develop a strategic business plan in the property industry
→  CPPREP5011 Develop a marketing and service Strategy in Real Estate
→  CPPREP5012 Manage customer service activities in property industry
→  BSBHRM604 Manage employee relations
→  BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation
→  BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan.

 

Real Estate Licence Course

To be eligible to be granted a license to own and/or operate a Real Estate Business you are required to successfully complete CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1. You may apply for a Restricted License if you choose to specialise in one particular area, if that is the case the following applies:

Restricted Property Management License
 Successful completion of the Restricted Property Management Course
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

Restricted Sales License
 Successful completion of the Restricted Sales Course
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

Full Real Estate License
 Successful completion of CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

Become a Licensee of your own Real Estate Agency

 

CPP51119

Diploma of Property

(Agency Management)

 

Become a Licensee of your own Real Estate Agency

Course Overview

 

CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
CPPREP4105 Sell Property
CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

Introductory Course

(5 Core Units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice)

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts

 

Restricted Property Management

(Required to complete Introductory Course and then the following 9 units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice):

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate

 

Restricted Sales Representative

(Required to complete Introductory Course and then the following 6 units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice):

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
CPPREP4105 Sell Property
CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

LLN Survey

Before you proceed to enrolment it is a requirement that all potential students complete the LLN Survey (Language, Literacy and Numeracy).  These are the 5 core skills that make up the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF).  These skills have been identified as the basic skills that a person needs in the community, classroom and workplace.  This can be done by clicking on the following link;

BEGIN LLN SURVEY

Once you have completed and submitted the LLN Survey a member of the REINT staff will contact you with the results. You will be given the opportunity to review your submission if there are any errors. On successful completion of the LLN Survey you may submit your enrolment form for processing.

Study Options

Candidate can complete the course in either of the following ways:

→  Face to Face Delivery – The full Certificate IV will be offered three times over the course of the year. A student is able to break up their study by attending some Units of Competency in the first round of delivery and continue their study over the subsequent courses. The student has twelve (12) months to complete the Certificate IV from date of commencement.

→  Face to Face teaching will be held at the REINT Training facility at 2/6 Lindsay Street, Darwin NT 0800 with classes being held between 9.00am and 5.00pm with a 15 minute break morning and afternoon and a 45 minutes break for lunch. If you need to exit the class early you must inform the
lecturer before leaving.

  Details of proposed dates of delivery and Units of Competency that will be delivered on the said dates are available on our REINT website. Please note that dates may change, when booking in face to face teaching the student is required to contact the REINT to confirm dates.

→  Online Learning – is delivered by REINT’s online system provided by Catapult Leaning Systems.  Online learning is self – paced, however, the average duration of an online learner is 12 months.  Written activities include short answers, questions, multiple choice, projects and research.

→  Combination – A student may complete their study using a combination of Face to Face and Online training.

→  Work place arrangements – If a student is currently working in the industry they may arrange a time with the assessor to attend their work place to assess their skills and knowledge at a time that is convenient for all parties.

 

Suggested Hours of Supervised and Non-supervised learning

26 Days of face to face teaching per Cert IV Course broken down as follows:

•  9.00am to 5.00pm per day = 8 hours in total
•  2 x 15 minute breaks and 1 x 45 minute break per day – 75 minutes
•  6hrs and 45 mins for training and observation assessment. (The trainer/assessor will be
guided by the volume and competency of the students).
•  Self-paced study and Assessment Preparation – 10 hours per week
•  Completion of Online Formative and Summative Questions – 10 hours per week
•  Online Project research and completion – 4 hours per week.

The above hours are a guide, each student will work at their own pace, any student that requires Course Information assistance is encouraged to contact the REINT’s training team.

→  Individual coaching is available to learners as requested and/or deemed necessary to assist with the gaining the required skills and knowledge for unit/s of competency.

 

If you are attending the course internally you should bring with you:

→  Pens/paper
→  Notepads
→  Calculator
→  Highlighter, Whiteout
→  Laptop or chosen device, REINT does not supply Laptops for student use.
→  A jumper or cardigan as the air conditioner may be cold from time to time.

Once students have identified their preferred method of learning, they will be either issued with the learning guides, assessments and practical activities, or, given the logon details for the applicable units of competency.

If required students are encouraged to contact the REINT for guidance and assistance during the study period.

 

Issuing Training Materials
REINT staffs are required to maintain records of training materials issued to clients. For external clients, the training material will either be emailed to you or made available online. This will be recorded in our database that the training material has been forwarded to you.

Should you require assistance / guidance during your course, feel free to talk to the following people:
  REINT Training Staff
  Mentor / Sponsor
  Staff of Agency

Any student requesting re-issue electronic or hardcopy of training material will be charged an additional $25.00 per unit.

Internal Training Schedule
An example internal training schedule can be viewed at our web site www.reint.com.au or by contacting our office on 8981 8905 for a copy.

Issuing Statements of Completion
No statements of completion will be issued until:
  All course fees are paid
  REINT staff identify the recipient

Course Fees

 

Introductory Course: (Required for Interim Registration)

A non-refundable Administration Fee of $200.00 is included in the course.

Introductory Course comprises of Five (5) Core Units of Competency.

→  The Introductory Course must be completed before a student can continue onto any other course.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $680.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1200.00 $1400.00

 

Restricted Property Management Representative:

→  Successful completion of the Introductory Course

→  Payment and successful completion of the required Units of Competency for Restricted Property Management qualification.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $720.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
3 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1800.00 $2160.00

 

Restricted Sales Representative:

→  Successful Completion of The Introductory Course

→  Payment and successful completion of the required units of Competency for Restricted Sales qualification.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $720.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1200.00 $1440.00

 

Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice:

Full Cert IV compromises of a combination of 18 Units of Competency derived from:

→  The Introductory Course

→  The Restricted Property Management Course

→  Restricted Sales Course

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $680.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
3 $600.00 $720.00
4 $600.00 $720.00
5 $600.00 $720.00
6 $800.00 $960.00
TOTAL $3800.00 $4520.00

 

Diploma of Property (Agency Management):

→  Successful Completion of the full Cert IV

→  Successful completion of the 12 Units of Competency of the Diploma

→  Payment one includes the $200.00 non-refundable admin fee.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $1250.00 $1490.00
2 $1050.00 $1290.00
3 $1050.00 $1290.00
4 $1050.00 $1290.00
TOTAL $4400.00 $5360.00

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Invoices/receipts will be raised and sent within 7 days of enrolment date.
  • Payment is expected within 14 days.
  • Payment must be received before course material will be issued.
  • The Admin and resource fees are payable immediately. No refund is applicable for these fees.
  • Cancellation fees may apply, refer to refund policy.
  • The non-refundable Administration Fee of $200.00 will be waivered for Diploma Students if continuing on from Cert IV or Restricted courses with the REINT, within 6 months of successful completion of their Cert IV.
  • While studying any of the qualifications, a non-member is employed by one of the REINT’s members and can provide proof of employment, the cost of the remaining course will revert to the member price.

Member price will apply only to students employed by a member.

 

REFUND POLICY

Clients who withdraw from a course prior to the commencement of the course maybe entitled to a part refund. Refunds are provided on a sliding scale determined by the amount of notice you provide.  For a full copy of the Refund Policy visit our website or contact us.

Assessment Help

 Assistance
Regardless of whether you are an internal, external or online student, you are encouraged to contact the REINT trainers and assessor for assistance, as required, throughout the period that you are studying with us.  External students will be contacted from time to time to discuss progress.

Assessment Standards and Expectations
When the Trainer/Assessor has marked your assessment, you will be deemed either Competent (C) or Not Yet competent (NYC).  Standards **
Your assessments must be legible and all activities must be prepared and presented in a professional manner using up to date business technologies.  All questions and activities must be attempted.  

 

Assessment Instructions
Notes for completion of assessments and expectations and standards are re-iterated on the assessment.

 

Assessment Submission
Greater Darwin Area
After the student has completed the assessment and all practical activities required, they can either:
→  Submit the completed studies to the REINT in person (you are required to sign all completed work in at reception)
→  Complete your studies online and submit.
→  Email all completed studies to students@reint.com.au

Remote Areas
→  Complete your studies online and submit.
→  Email all completed studies to students@reint.com.au

 

Students Assessed as Not Yet Competent
If you are deemed as Not Yet Competent you will be given feedback by an REINT trainer/assessor and granted the opportunity to review and resubmit your assessment.

 

Are you entitled to Credit Transfer?
REINT applies the principles of credit transfer in accordance with the Australian Quality Framework.
That is you may have undertaken some study elsewhere relating to competencies from the CPP41419 – Real Estate Practice and may have received a Statement of Attainment for the competencies you completed successfully.

If the competencies are from the CPP41419 – Real Estate Practice Training Package that are a requirement of your current study, plus you are holding a Statement of Attainment for these competencies, you will receive credit transfer.

USI

Unique Student Identifier (USI)

REINT is required by law to verify your Unique Student Identifier (USI) before we can issue certification.  If you do not have a USI Number, you will need to obtain one by going to www.usi.gov.au

→  Note that not providing the REINT with your USI number may result in a delay in course participation and certification.

Licensing and Registration

Licensing and Registration Requirements

 

 

To operate a Real Estate office in the NT you must be a licensed Real Estate agent.  This license will not be granted if you do not meet the requirements of the Agents Licensing Act and Agents Licensing Board, which are:

→  Attained the age of 18 years old
→  Meets the requirements of a fit and proper person within the meaning of section 20 of the Agents Licensing Act (ALA)
→  Has completed a course of competency-based training that is approved by the Agents Licensing Board under section 22A of the ALA for the class of licence that is the subject of the application.

Registration Requirements to work in the Real Estate profession in the NT you must be a registered agent’s representative as an employee of a licensed agent. Registration will be granted when you meet the requirements of the government’s licensing and registration department, which are:

→  Attained the age of 18 years
→  Is a fit and proper person
→  Holds the prescribed educational qualifications.
→  Will be employed by, or in the service of, a licensed agent as an agent’s representative within the Territory

 

ALB Requirements for Registration
Once you have successfully completed the required Units of Competency you then:
→  Enrol in the remainder of the Units of Competency for your chosen skill set.
→  Complete a testimonial
→  Complete Employers’ declaration of employment.
→  Complete a Criminal History Check (commonly known as a Police Check)

Once you have completed these requirements, you may apply to the ALB for your registration. Please
note: Registration will not be granted unless you are employed by a Real Estate Agent.
Required paperwork and explanations will be given to you at enrolment.
Registration/License Options

 

Below is the list of Units of Competency required for each category of Registration/Licence.
Successful completion of your chosen skill set allows a person to apply for the specific
Registration/License.

 

INTRODUCTORY COURSE

(Required for the Interim Registration)

→  CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts

 

RESTRICTED PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

(On successful completion of the Introductory Course the following Units of Competency are required to enable you to apply for the Restricted Property Management registration.)

→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
→  CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
→  CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
→  CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
→  CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate

 

RESTRICTED SALES

(On successful completion of the Introductory Course the following Units of Competency are required to enable you to apply for the Restricted Sales registration.)

→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
→  CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
→  CPPREP4105 Sell Property
→  CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

CPP41419 – CERTIFICATE IV in Real Estate Practice (Release 1)

→  CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts
→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
→  CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
→  CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
→  CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
→  CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate
→  CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
→  CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
→  CPPREP4105 Sell Property
→  CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

CPP51119 – DIPLOMA of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

→  CPPREP5001 Manage compliance in the property industry
→  CPPREP5002 Establish and monitor property industry trust account management practices
→  CPPREP5003 Manage ethical practice in the property industry
→  CPPREP5004 Manage a safe workplace in the property industry
→  CPPREP5005 Manage teams in the property industry
→  CPPREP5006 Manage operational finances in the property industry
→  CPPREP5007 Develop a strategic business plan in the property industry
→  CPPREP5011 Develop a marketing and service Strategy in Real Estate
→  CPPREP5012 Manage customer service activities in property industry
→  BSBHRM604 Manage employee relations
→  BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation
→  BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan.

 

Real Estate Licence Course

To be eligible to be granted a license to own and/or operate a Real Estate Business you are required to successfully complete CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1. You may apply for a Restricted License if you choose to specialise in one particular area, if that is the case the following applies:

Restricted Property Management License
 Successful completion of the Restricted Property Management Course
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

Restricted Sales License
 Successful completion of the Restricted Sales Course
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

Full Real Estate License
 Successful completion of CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

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CPP51119

Diploma of Property

(Agency Management)

You must have completed the CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice before obtaining the Diploma

Course Overview

There are no prerequisites to enroll in CPP41419, from the introductory to the full Certificate IV.  To be a licensed agent or registered as an agents representative within the Northern Territory you must have employment with a Real Estate Agency.  The REINT cannot guarantee employment within the Industry but generally, prospects of employment are very good as there are always Agencies looking for the ‘super’ Salesperson or Property Manager. The REINT recommends that anyone looking for employment in the Industry contact some of the Real Estate Agencies and express their interest.

For career pathways for agent’s representatives looking at furthering their career in Real Estate, the REINT can assist you to unlock your potential through the Diploma of Property (Agency Management).  Once they have completed the full CPP41419 certificate they are eligible and encouraged to continue their education towards completing the requirements to apply for an Agents Licence to enhance their understanding of the industry and widen career opportunities.

CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
CPPREP4105 Sell Property
CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

Introductory Course

(5 Core Units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice)

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts

 

Restricted Property Management

(Required to complete Introductory Course and then the following 9 units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice):

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate

 

Restricted Sales Representative

(Required to complete Introductory Course and then the following 6 units of the CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice):

Unit Code Title
CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market Property
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
CPPREP4105 Sell Property
CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

Study Options

Candidate can complete the course in either of the following ways:

→  Face to Face Delivery – The full Certificate IV will be offered three times over the course of the year. A student is able to break up their study by attending some Units of Competency in the first round of delivery and continue their study over the subsequent courses. The student has twelve (12) months to complete the Certificate IV from date of commencement.

→  Face to Face teaching will be held at the REINT Training facility at 2/6 Lindsay Street, Darwin NT 0800 with classes being held between 9.00am and 5.00pm with a 15 minute break morning and afternoon and a 45 minutes break for lunch. If you need to exit the class early you must inform the
lecturer before leaving.

  Details of proposed dates of delivery and Units of Competency that will be delivered on the said dates are available on our REINT website. Please note that dates may change, when booking in face to face teaching the student is required to contact the REINT to confirm dates.

→  Online Learning – is delivered by REINT’s online system provided by Catapult Leaning Systems.  Online learning is self – paced, however, the average duration of an online learner is 12 months.  Written activities include short answers, questions, multiple choice, projects and research.

→  Combination – A student may complete their study using a combination of Face to Face and Online training.

→  Work place arrangements – If a student is currently working in the industry they may arrange a time with the assessor to attend their work place to assess their skills and knowledge at a time that is convenient for all parties.

 

Suggested Hours of Supervised and Non-supervised learning

26 Days of face to face teaching per Cert IV Course broken down as follows:

•  9.00am to 5.00pm per day = 8 hours in total
•  2 x 15 minute breaks and 1 x 45 minute break per day – 75 minutes
•  6hrs and 45 mins for training and observation assessment. (The trainer/assessor will be
guided by the volume and competency of the students).
•  Self-paced study and Assessment Preparation – 10 hours per week
•  Completion of Online Formative and Summative Questions – 10 hours per week
•  Online Project research and completion – 4 hours per week.

The above hours are a guide, each student will work at their own pace, any student that requires Course Information assistance is encouraged to contact the REINT’s training team.

→  Individual coaching is available to learners as requested and/or deemed necessary to assist with the gaining the required skills and knowledge for unit/s of competency.

 

If you are attending the course internally you should bring with you:

→  Pens/paper
→  Notepads
→  Calculator
→  Highlighter, Whiteout
→  Laptop or chosen device, REINT does not supply Laptops for student use.
→  A jumper or cardigan as the air conditioner may be cold from time to time.

Once students have identified their preferred method of learning, they will be either issued with the learning guides, assessments and practical activities, or, given the logon details for the applicable units of competency.

If required students are encouraged to contact the REINT for guidance and assistance during the study period.

 

Issuing Training Materials
REINT staffs are required to maintain records of training materials issued to clients. For external clients, the training material will either be emailed to you or made available online. This will be recorded in our database that the training material has been forwarded to you.

Should you require assistance / guidance during your course, feel free to talk to the following people:
  REINT Training Staff
  Mentor / Sponsor
  Staff of Agency

Any student requesting re-issue electronic or hardcopy of training material will be charged an additional $25.00 per unit.

Internal Training Schedule
An example internal training schedule can be viewed at our web site www.reint.com.au or by contacting our office on 8981 8905 for a copy.

Issuing Statements of Completion
No statements of completion will be issued until:
  All course fees are paid
  REINT staff identify the recipient

Course Fees

 

Introductory Course: (Required for Interim Registration)

A non-refundable Administration Fee of $200.00 is included in the course.

Introductory Course comprises of Five (5) Core Units of Competency.

→  The Introductory Course must be completed before a student can continue onto any other course.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $680.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1200.00 $1400.00

 

Restricted Property Management Representative:

→  Successful completion of the Introductory Course

→  Payment and successful completion of the required Units of Competency for Restricted Property Management qualification.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $720.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
3 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1800.00 $2160.00

 

Restricted Sales Representative:

→  Successful Completion of The Introductory Course

→  Payment and successful completion of the required units of Competency for Restricted Sales qualification.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $720.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
TOTAL $1200.00 $1440.00

 

Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice:

Full Cert IV compromises of a combination of 18 Units of Competency derived from:

→  The Introductory Course

→  The Restricted Property Management Course

→  Restricted Sales Course

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $600.00 $680.00
2 $600.00 $720.00
3 $600.00 $720.00
4 $600.00 $720.00
5 $600.00 $720.00
6 $800.00 $960.00
TOTAL $3800.00 $4520.00

 

Diploma of Property (Agency Management):

→  Successful Completion of the full Cert IV

→  Successful completion of the 12 Units of Competency of the Diploma

→  Payment one includes the $200.00 non-refundable admin fee.

PAYMENT REINT MEMBER PRICE NON-MEMBER PRICE
1 $1250.00 $1490.00
2 $1050.00 $1290.00
3 $1050.00 $1290.00
4 $1050.00 $1290.00
TOTAL $4400.00 $5360.00

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Invoices/receipts will be raised and sent within 7 days of enrolment date.
  • Payment is expected within 14 days.
  • Payment must be received before course material will be issued.
  • The Admin and resource fees are payable immediately. No refund is applicable for these fees.
  • Cancellation fees may apply, refer to refund policy.
  • The non-refundable Administration Fee of $200.00 will be waivered for Diploma Students if continuing on from Cert IV studies with the REINT, within 6 months of successful completion of their Cert IV.
  • While studying any of the qualifications, a non-member is employed by one of the REINT’s members and can provide proof of employment, the cost of the remaining course will revert to the member price.

Member price will apply only to students employed by a member.

 

REFUND POLICY

Clients who withdraw from a course prior to the commencement of the course maybe entitled to a part refund. Refunds are provided on a sliding scale determined by the amount of notice you provide.  For a full copy of the Refund Policy visit our website or contact us.

Assessment Help

Assistance
Regardless of whether you are an internal, external or online student, you are encouraged to contact the REINT trainers and assessor for assistance, as required, throughout the period that you are studying with us.  External students will be contacted from time to time to discuss progress.

Assessment Standards and Expectations
When the Trainer/Assessor has marked your assessment, you will be deemed either Competent (C) or Not Yet competent (NYC).  All questions and activities must be attempted. If any question or activity is left blank in any part of the assessment that part shall not be marked and shall be returned.
Your assessments must be legible and all activities must be prepared and presented in a professional manner using up to date business technologies.

 

Assessment Instructions
Notes for completion of assessments and expectations and standards are re-iterated on the assessment.

 

Students Assessed as Not Yet Competent
If you have been deemed Not Yet Competent you will be given feedback and be allowed to resubmit the assessment as per the details contained in the Student Information Handbook.

 

Assessment Submission
Greater Darwin Area
After the student has completed the assessment and all practical activities required, they can either:
→  Submit the completed studies to the REINT in person (you are required to sign all completed work in at reception)
→  Complete your studies online and submit.
→  Email all completed studies to students@reint.com.au

Remote Areas
→  Complete your studies online and submit.
→  Email all completed studies to students@reint.com.au

 

Assessment Standards and Expectations
All questions and activities must be answered correctly.
All questions and activities must be attempted. If any question or activity is left blank in any part of the assessment, that part shall not be marked and shall be returned.  Your assessments must be legible and all activities must be prepared and presented in a professional manner.

 

Students Assessed as Not Yet Competent
If you are deemed as Not Yet Competent you will be given feedback by an REINT trainer/assessor and granted the opportunity to review and resubmit your assessment.

 

Are you entitled to Credit Transfer?
REINT applies the principles of credit transfer in accordance with the Australian Quality Framework.
That is you may have undertaken some study elsewhere relating to competencies from the CPP41419 – Real Estate Practice and may have received a Statement of Attainment for the competencies you completed successfully.

If the competencies are from the CPP41419 – Real Estate Practice Training Package that are a requirement of your current study, plus you are holding a Statement of Attainment for these competencies, you will receive credit transfer.

USI

Unique Student Identifier (USI)

REINT is required by law to verify your Unique Student Identifier (USI) before we can issue certification.  If you do not have a USI Number, you will need to obtain one by going to www.usi.gov.au

→  Note that not providing the REINT with your USI number may result in a delay in course participation and certification.

LLN Survey

Before you proceed to enrolment it is a requirement that all potential students complete the LLN Survey (Language, Literacy and Numeracy).  These are the 5 core skills that make up the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF).  These skills have been identified as the basic skills that a person needs in the community, classroom and workplace.  This can be done by clicking on the following link;

BEGIN LLN SURVEY

Once you have completed and submitted the LLN Survey a member of the REINT staff will contact you with the results. You will be given the opportunity to review your submission if there are any errors. On successful completion of the LLN Survey you may submit your enrolment form for processing.

Licensing and Registration

Licensing and Registration Requirements

To operate a Real Estate office in the NT you must be a licensed Real Estate agent. This license will be granted when you meet the requirements of the government’s licensing and registration department, which are:

→  Attained the age of 18 years old
→  Meets the requirements of a fit and proper person within the meaning of section 20 of the Agents Licensing Act (ALA)
→  Has completed a course of competency-based training that is approved by the Agents Licensing Board under section 22A of the ALA for the class of licence that is the subject of the application.

Registration Requirements to work in the Real Estate profession in the NT you must be a registered agent’s representative as an employee of a licensed agent. Registration will be granted when you meet the requirements of the government’s licensing and registration department, which are:

→  Attained the age of 18 years
→  Is a fit and proper person
→  Holds the prescribed educational qualifications.
→  Will be employed by, or in the service of, a licensed agent as an agent’s representative within the Territory

 

ALB Requirements for Registration
Once you have successfully completed the required Units of Competency you then:
→  Enrol in the remainder of the Units of Competency for your chosen skill set.
→  Submit a notice of intent (NT NEWS – Darwin/Katherine area) (Centralian Advocate – Central
Australia)
→  Complete a testimonial
→  Complete Employers’ declaration of employment.
→  Complete a Criminal History Check (commonly known as a Police Check)

Once you have completed these requirements, you may apply to the ALB for your registration. Please
note: Registration will not be granted unless you are employed by a Real Estate Agent.
Required paperwork and explanations will be given to you at enrolment.
Registration/License Options

 

Below is the list of Units of Competency required for each category of Registration/Licence.
Successful completion of your chosen skill set allows a person to apply for the specific
Registration/License.

 

INTRODUCTORY COURSE

(Required for the Interim Registration)

→  CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts

 

RESTRICTED PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

(On successful completion of the Introductory Course the following Units of Competency are required to enable you to apply for the Restricted Property Management registration.)

→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
→  CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
→  CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
→  CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
→  CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate

 

RESTRICTED SALES

(On successful completion of the Introductory Course the following Units of Competency are required to enable you to apply for the Restricted Sales registration.)

→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
→  CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
→  CPPREP4105 Sell Property
→  CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

CPP41419 – CERTIFICATE IV in Real Estate Practice (Release 1)

→  CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4002 Access and Interpret ethical practice in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in Real Estate
→  CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with Real Estate trust accounts
→  CPPREP4101 Appraise residential property for sale or lease
→  CPPREP4102 Market Property
→  CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships – residential
→  CPPREP4123 Manage Tenancy
→  CPPREP4124 End Tenancy
→  CPPREP4125 Transact in Trust Accounts
→  CPPREP4204 Establish Commercial Property Lease
→  CPPREP4503 Present at hearings in real estate
→  CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
→  CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
→  CPPREP4105 Sell Property
→  CPPREP4203 Complete Commercial Property for sale.

 

CPP51119 – DIPLOMA of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

→  CPPREP5001 Manage compliance in the property industry
→  CPPREP5002 Establish and monitor property industry trust account management practices
→  CPPREP5003 Manage ethical practice in the property industry
→  CPPREP5004 Manage a safe workplace in the property industry
→  CPPREP5005 Manage teams in the property industry
→  CPPREP5006 Manage operational finances in the property industry
→  CPPREP5007 Develop a strategic business plan in the property industry
→  CPPREP5011 Develop a marketing and service Strategy in Real Estate
→  CPPREP5012 Manage customer service activities in property industry
→  BSBHRM604 Manage employee relations
→  BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation
→  BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan.

 

Real Estate Licence Course

To be eligible to be granted a license to own and/or operate a Real Estate Business you are required to successfully complete CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1. You may apply for a Restricted License if you choose to specialise in one particular area, if that is the case the following applies:

Restricted Property Management License
 Successful completion of the Restricted Property Management Course
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

Restricted Sales License
 Successful completion of the Restricted Sales Course
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

Full Real Estate License
 Successful completion of CPP41419 – Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice
 Successful completion of CPP51119 – Diploma of Property (Agency Management) Release 1

 

Thank you so much for your guidance throughout the entire course. It was a great learning experience and indeed the assessments cleared a lot of doubts which I had over the period of time. The new course is quite well designed and covers all aspects of real estate”.

SUNNY

Former Student, 2021