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Auctioneer Accreditation

To become a NSW Fair Trading accredited auctioneer, complete this Skill Set with units from the CPP Property Training Package. Take this course to gain the knowledge you need to conduct auctions as a real estate agent or a stock and station agent for properties, land, or livestock.

Course overview

The Auctioneer Accreditation course (a skill set comprised of units from CPP41419) is made for those with a strong voice and who thrive on the excitement of the auction moment. Gain knowledge on the auction processes, how to communicate with vendors and bidders, and other necessary steps that lead you to preparing, delivering, and closing the auction process.

  • Skill level NSW Class 2 licence or above
  • Course length Maximum 6 months
  • Course delivery Workplace, Distance, Mixed Mode
  • Prerequisites Class One or Two Licence
  • State or Territory NSW
  • Certificate Auctioneer Accreditation with NSW Fair Trading, or Statement of Attainment (Units of Competency from CPP41419)

By completing this Auctioneer Accreditation with units from the Property Services Package CPP, you can apply to NSW Fair Trading for your Auctioneering Licence.

Upcoming courses

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Available delivery methods

  • Distance Study wherever you may be, within the given time period.
  • Mixed Mode Learning through a combination of online, live training and workplace activity.
  • Workplace Study up close and personal with industry professionals in a workplace environment.


CPPREP4161 Undertake pre-auction processes

The skills and knowledge required to undertake pre-auction processes includes: preparing a strategy for auctions, including liaising with the vendor or sales agent, confirming the details of the contract and confirming the details of the property.

You can also go to the full Unit of Competency detail on training.gov.au for CPPREP4161 (opens in a new tab so you can compare).


CPPREP4162-4163 Conduct and complete sale by auction and post auction process

Conduct an auction of property, complete post-auction process and contract execution. This includes accessing, interpreting and applying written instructions for the auction, calling an auction and completing the auction process, including when a property is sold and when a property is passed in.

It also includes identifying successful bidder and confirming their legal entity, completing contract details, ensuring that all required signatures are obtained and completing and maintaining records of the auction.

You can also go to the full Unit of Competency detail on training.gov.au for CPPREP4162 and CPPREP4163 (opens in a new tab so you can compare).


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