REIWA Training - Subiaco


Level 1,
215 Hay Street,
Subiaco WA 6008

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Upcoming courses at this venue

R Codes - Strategic Developments7

Monday, 23 July 2018,
8.30 AM–4.30 PM

A number of changes to the Residential Design Codes became operational on the 2nd of August 2013. This session will cover key aspects of the changes.

Having an understanding of R Codes will allow you to maximise the selling/leasing potential of a site.

Sales Registration

Monday, 23 July 2018,
8.30 AM–4.30 PM

Our Sales Registration Course is entry level to get you started in real estate as a sales representative. Our course will arm you with the qualification you need to register with the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) so you can start working in a real estate agency in Western Australia (Refer to DMIRS website for full registration requirements). 

You can choose to study onsite at our training centre in Subiaco or by
distance learning.

Pre-requisite unit
The unit CPPDSM4080A Work in the real estate industry has been created as an online unit with e-learning resources and assessment. On enrolment you will be provided with login details to access the student portal where you will find the e-learning unit and the assessment. You will receive results and feedback on your assessment immediately. You will be given 3 attempts to complete this unit satisfactorily. If your third attempt is not satisfactory, you will be contacted by our Student Support service to discuss options to help you with your study.

Classroom students
On enrolment into a classroom course, you will be given access to the pre-requisite unit resources and assessment. You must complete this unit and be deemed satisfactory before attending your first day of training. Please ensure that you allow sufficient time to complete the unit before that date. At the start of the course you will be provided with a print copy of the full student resources and during the course you will also be given access to the remaining online resources and assessments.

All of the units of competency prescribed by DMIRS (the industry regulator for registration in the industry) require a high standard of English comprehension, the completion of legal documentation and the use of computer systems. 

When working in real estate you will need to; 
  • keep up with current industry trends, industry legislation
  • use appropriate technologies including being computer literate
  • maintain industry currency by reading real estate related bulletins and newsletter
  • read and respond to your clients emails and letters 
  • write emails, letters and reports to your clients 
  • maintain regular verbal communication with clients 
  • build rapport with existing and prospective clients
  • communicate effectively with clients throughout the professional relationship
  •  negotiate with  clients on operational issues.
There are the base skills you should have prior to commencing the real estate specific training.

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