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Assistant Agent

Complete this Assistant Agent's course (a Skill Set with Units of Competency from the Property Services Package CPP) to gain the knowledge you need to be an assistant agent in real estate, stock and station or strata management. NSW Fair Trading requires you complete this course in order to qualify for a certificate of registration so you can work in any real estate agency.

Course overview

This NSW Assistant Agent course is a skill set comprised of Units of Competency from the Property Services Package CPP.

Understand business structures and legislative requirements within professional real estate practice, and interpret ethical standards and reputational risks. Learn methods to developing marketing and communication profiles, and prepare to work with real estate trust accounts.

  • Skill level Beginner
  • Course length Maximum 1 year
  • Course delivery Workplace, Distance, Mixed mode
  • Prerequisites None
  • State or Territory NSW
  • Certificate Statement of Attainment (then apply for Certificate of Registration)

Completing the Assistant Agent course makes you eligible to apply for the Certificate of Registration with NSW Fair Trading. This certificate allows you to work in a real estate agency in various roles under licensed real estate agents.

Career Pathways

Upcoming courses

Name Course Start Date Course End Date Cost
Assistant Agent (Mixed Mode) January 2024 22/12/2023 31/12/2024 $700.00
Assistant Agent (Online) January 2024 22/12/2023 31/12/2024 $700.00

Available delivery methods

  • Online self-paced Study courses at your own pace, wherever you may be, within the given time period.
  • Online webinar Join online webinar sessions to participate and learn with your peers
  • Face-to-face Study up close and personal with industry professionals and learners alike.

Curriculum

CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in real estate

Understand the personal and legislative requirements of professional practice in real estate. This includes business structures, regulatory framework, codes of practice and professional development pathways within real estate.

You can also go to the full Unit of Competency detail on training.gov.au for CPPREP4001 (opens in a new tab so you can compare).

 

CPPREP4002 Access and interpret ethical practice in real estate

Working ethically in real estate requires a thorough understanding of ethical standards in real estate.  This unit supports real estate professionals in reducing financial and reputational risks, in meeting consumer protection standards, and in dealing responsibly with ethical breaches and challenges.

You can also go to the full Unit of Competency detail on training.gov.au for CPPREP4002 (opens in a new tab so you can compare).

 

CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in real estate

Identify, access and interpret legislation relevant to work in real estate. Develop an understanding of the legislative framework, its structure and the impact of legislation on work in real estate.

You can also go to the full Unit of Competency detail on training.gov.au for CPPREP4003 (opens in a new tab so you can compare).

 

CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in real estate

Develop marketing and communication profiles in real estate. It includes understanding methods for marketing and communicating, clarifying type, value and purpose of different communication activities and developing a personal profile for marketing and communication in real estate.

You can also go to the full Unit of Competency detail on training.gov.au for CPPREP4004 (opens in a new tab so you can compare).

 

CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with real estate trust accounts

Work with real estate trust accounts within established agency controls. This unit applies to people currently working in or seeking to work in the real estate industry.

You can also go to the full Unit of Competency detail on training.gov.au for CPPREP4005 (opens in a new tab so you can compare).

 

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