Estate Agent Courses
published in the
Victoria Government Gazette on the 28th October 2010, the
Australian College of Professionals was approved to conduct
courses of instruction or examination prescribed for the purposes of
sections 14 and 16 of the Estate Agents Act 1980.
College of Professionals has been training in Melbourne for over 3
years and offers the below courses for our Melbourne clients:
- the Victorian
Agents Representative course
Victorian Estate Agent licensing
Download the Fast Track Licence Course
College of Professionals offers two mechanisms to obtain a
Agent licence in Victoria.
you are an experienced agent in Victoria, the Australian College of
Professionals offers a Fast Track
licensing program that includes a face-to-face five day intensive
workshop that bridges the gaps between your experience and the
additional skills and knowledge that are required to hold the necessary
licensing qualifications in Victoria.
experience is assessed via a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
involves the collection of documentary evidence which is assessed by a
qualified Assessor prior to admission to the course. If any
deficiencies in relevant experience or qualifications are identified,
students are offered the opportunity to complete supplementary material
as required prior to the issue of any qualifications.
completion of the program, students are issued with an academic
in order to make an application to the Business Licensing Authority
Victoria for an Estate Agent licence.
you require a licence in both Victoria and New South Wales, the
Australian College of Professionals will
continue to offer supplementary training in addition to the Fast Track
program to assist people to complete the necessary educational
requirements to obtain both licences.
Contact us today
to see if you are
eligible for the Melbourne Fast Track Licence program.
order to be employed by a Real Estate Agent, individuals must
complete the three competencies required to become an Agents
Representative. An Agent’s
Representative is an employee of a Real Estate Agent who may
of the functions of an Estate Agent under the authority of that Real
Agent. An Agent’s Representative may be a sales person or a property
manager but cannot operate a real estate business.
November 2010, the Australian College of Professionals has been
conducting training courses for people to complete the Statement of
Attainment required to enable students to be employed as an Agent's
Representative under section 16(1)(b) of the Estate Agents Act 1980.
please visit our Training
and Enrolment page or download our Agents
Representative Course brochure for further information..