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All students and participants attending REIWA Training courses at any venue have the right to express a concern or make a complaint. Codes of Conduct are provided for both trainers and students and all parties are expected to comply with these.

A complaint or grievance may be against, but is not limited to, the following areas:

  • Environment and facilities - where there is a breakdown in facilities offered by or at REIWA Training or the facilities are felt to be lacking or inappropriate.
  • Training and assessment materials - where training and assessment materials and/ or resources are thought to be inappropriate.
  • Curriculum / information - where information provided, written or verbal, is thought to be inappropriate or incorrect.
  • Services - where training and assessment services offered or provided are thought to be inappropriate services.
  • Direct discrimination when a person(s) is treated unfairly, unequally or harassed on the basis of a characteristic or a presumed characteristic relating to person's sex; sexuality, pregnancy, marital status, race, disability or age.
  • Indirect discrimination when a requirement (written or unwritten rules, traditions, practices, procedures or structures) which is the same for everyone, has an unequal or disproportionate effect or result on particular groups of people.
  • Victimisation - if a person(s) treats another less favourably.
  • Victimisation may constitute verbal abuse, deliberate isolation by other students or employees, denial of promotional or training opportunities or any other detriment. While the legislation provides protection against victimisation REIWA is responsible to ensure that it does not occur.
  • Privacy breach - relating to the collection, storage, access, use and disclosure of personal information.
  • Personal behaviour and conflict - where an individual's behaviour is considered to be inappropriate or causing disruption or conflict.

Code of Conduct for Trainers
Code of Conduct for Students
Complaints and Grievances Policy and Procedure

DMIRS will be notified of mandatory and elective CPD course completions within 14 calendar days.

A Record of Completion is prepared for each participant in a professional development training course that attracts Compulsory Professional Development (CPD) points.

Face-to-face CPD courses

After attending a face-to-face mandatory or elective CPD course, certificates will be emailed to you within 14 days.

Mandatory CPD webinars

After attending a Mandatory CPD webinar, certificates will be emailed to you within 14 days.

Online CPD courses

For online CPD training, certificates are available through theeLearning portal. All you need to do is login to the portal with your student details and follow theaccess eLearning certificates instructions.

REIWA Training is scoped to deliver Mandatory CPD to participants in the following regions:

  • Perth metropolitan
  • Peel
  • Wheatbelt
  • South West
  • Great Southern
  • Goldfields (South of Norseman).

REIWA Training is not scoped to deliver Mandatory CPD to participants residing in Kimberley, Pilbara, Mid West, Gascoyne, and Goldfields (North of and including Norseman).

It is an offence for a real estate or business agent, sales representative or property manager to fail to meet the annual CPD obligations. From 1 January 2021 such a failure could result in enforcement action being taken.

Non-compliance with the CPD requirements could also result in the refusal of your licence or registration renewal as the Commissioner must be satisfied that a person fully understands the duties and obligations imposed by the Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978, including CPD.

DMIRS Bulletin 225 - CPD requirement must be met to avoid infringement

The CPD program operates on an annual cycle based on the calendar year. In each year, registrants and licensees must accumulate a total of at least ten points of CPD activities. Of these ten points, three points must be earned from the mandatory activities and the remaining seven or more points from approved elective CPD activities.

If you are a new licensee who has had their triennial certificate granted for the first time between 1 October and 31 December of a calendar year and you completed a prescribed examination for the grant of the licence in the 12 months immediately before the day on which the licence was granted, you are not required to participate in the CPD program during the year in which you are first granted a new triennial certificate.

If you are a new sales representative who has had their certificate of registration granted for the first time between 1 October and 31 December of the calendar year, you are not required to participate in the CPD program during the year in which you are first granted a new sales registration.

For more information, please visit the DMIRS CPD program page.

As part of a national review, the CPP training package was fully redeveloped to better align with job roles.

Find out what the changes mean for:

Sales Representatives and Property Managers
Licensed Real Estate Agents

Learn more about the background

Assessment is an integral part of the learning process for all accredited courses.

Assessments may take various forms including, but not limited to:

  • Written Tests
  • Workplace Projects
  • Assignments
  • Case Studies
  • Role Plays
  • Simulations
  • Demonstration
  • Portfolio

REIWA Training is required to meet stringent quality requirements in the conduct of all assessments and is committed to ensuring valid and reliable assessment of achievements against industry competency standards.

REIWA Training has carefully constructed and developed assessment resources to be user friendly to students and meet all quality requirements. Assessment results are expressed as either Satisfactory or Not Yet Satisfactory (NYS).

If you are considered 'NYS', you will be provided with feedback by your assessor and given instructions on resubmission. A maximum of three resubmissions are allowed for a Unit of Competency and if you are still deemed not competent, you may then be required to re-enrol into the unit. Re-enrolment will incur a cost. Information on how to submit assessments is provided with each course or unit.

All assessment submissions are logged and tracked within our database. Assessment decisions may take up to 20 business days dependent on the complexity and quantity of submissions.

Assessment process flowchart

During your studies with us, you will be undertaking assessment to demonstrate your competency against the units you are studying. You have the right to appeal an assessment decision, where you feel you have appropriate grounds.

We will ensure that you have access to a fair and equitable process for lodging an appeal regarding an assessment decision. Our commitment to you is that we will:

  • have written procedures in place for collecting and dealing with your appeal in a constructive and timely manner
  • ensure that these procedures are communicated to all staff, consultants and clients
  • ensure that all necessary procedures, relevant documentation and resources are in place to enable you to submit an appeal
  • ensure that each appeal and its outcome is recorded in writing
  • ensure that each appeal is heard by an independent person or panel
  • ensure that you have the opportunity to formally present your case
  • ensure you are provided with a written statement of the appeal outcomes, including reasons for the decision.

Appeals must be lodged by the student within 20 business days of the receipt of the assessment result.

Every effort will be made by REIWA Training to resolve appeals in a timely manner.

Appeal durations will naturally vary dependent on the nature of the appeal. Dependent on the complexity of the assessment, appeals will normally be concluded within 20 business days.

Appeal outcomes may include:

  • Appeal is succeeded.
  • Appeal is rejected.

Valid grounds for an appeal against an assessment decision (where the candidate feels the assessment decision is incorrect) could include the following:

  • The judgement as to whether competency has been achieved was made incorrectly.
  • The judgement was not made in accordance with the Assessor Guide.
  • Alleged bias of the assessor.
  • Alleged competence of the assessor.
  • Alleged wrong advice from the assessor regarding the assessment process.

A Testamur is awarded to a student under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) who completes all of the required competencies within the training package requirement for a qualification.

Record of Results accompanies the Testamur and lists all of the Units of Competency that have been achieved in fulfilment of the full qualification.

Testamur and Records of Results will be issued within 30 calendar days upon successful completion of the last Unit of Competency.

A Statement of Attainment is awarded to a student who completes at least one Unit of Competency towards a qualification, but does not complete all of the units required to receive award of the full qualification.

REIWA Training awards Statements of Attainment to students who undertake partial completion of a qualification.

Statements of Attainment will be issued within 30 calendar days from the withdrawal date, or upon successful completion of the last Unit of Competency.

A Record of Completion is awarded to students participating in a professional development training course that attracts Compulsory Professional Development (CPD) points.

Face-to-face CPD courses

After attending a face-to-face mandatory or elective CPD course, certificates will be emailed to you within 14 calendar days.

Mandatory CPD webinars

After attending a mandatory CPD webinar, certificates will be emailed to you within 14 calendar days.

Online CPD courses

For online CPD training, certificates are available through the eLearning portal. All you need to do is login to the portal with your student details and follow the access eLearning certificates instructions.

To replace a lost certificate you will need to complete a request for replacement certificate form and pay a small fee.

Request a replacement certificate

The current fees and charges schedule is available for download.

View our fees and charges schedule.

You can pay by:

  • Eftpos
  • Cash
  • Visa, MasterCard or Amex
  • Invoice to member agency (with consent from agency principal)
  • Electronic funds transfer (EFT)

Full payment of course fee is required, for all Registration and CPD courses, before you can be enrolled into a class or gain access to course learning materials.

If you withdraw from a course prior to commencement you may be eligible for a partial refund. Transfers and withdrawals/refunds are not available once a course has commenced. Please read the refund and transfer policy before enrolling in a course.

CPD participants

Registration and diploma course participants

Enrolment into a registration course commences as soon as the enrolment is processed and the student is provided access to the online eLearning portal (LMS), even if they have not yet accessed the LMS.

The commencement date for all diploma students is the date their training plan and access to the eLearning portal was provided

You may want to apply for an individual real estate agent or business agent licence, but note that there are also opportunities to apply for a body corporate real estate agent or business licence or a partnership real estate agent or business licence.

You will probably need to think about the direction you want to take and we suggest that you consult the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) website for detailed descriptions of these licence options and seek financial advice on setting up and running a business.

Whichever option you might consider, in Western Australia individuals, partnerships or companies wishing to operate as real estate or business agents are required, under the Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978, to be licensed and hold a current triennial certificate. To apply for an individual real estate agent or business agent licence, applicants must:

  • Be at least 18 years old;
  • Be a person of good character and repute and a fit and proper person to hold a licence;
  • Have access to sufficient assets and financial resources enabling them to comply with all the requirements of the Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978; and
  • Understand fully the duties and obligations imposed upon agents by the Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978.

In order to satisfy Consumer Protection that you are a person of good character and repute, you must provide an original or certified copy of an Australian police check issued no more than three months prior to the date of lodging the application. Applicants must also provide two written references to attest to their good character, reputation and fitness to hold a licence.

Contained within the application form is a statutory declaration which requests applicants to disclose previous convictions, pending proceedings and previous disqualifications among other things. The Commissioner may request an applicant attend an interview with Consumer Protection to determine whether he or she satisfies the requirements of the Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978.

Please refer to the DMIRS licencing page for requirements about prior experience needed to apply for a licence.

Applicants will also need to provide a confidential statement of their assets and liabilities. In addition, an independent registered auditor must be appointed to audit the agent's trust account(s).

To apply for a real estate and business agent licence you must have one of the following prescribed qualifications from a Registered Training Organisation:

  • CPP50307 Diploma of Property Services (Agency Management), or
  • CPP51119 Diploma of Property (Agency Management)

or one of the following prescribed qualifications from Curtin University of Technology:

  • Bachelor of Commerce (Property and Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Property)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Property and Finance)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Property Development and Valuation)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Property Valuation)
  • Master of Property
  • Graduate Diploma in Property

For more information, please visit our diploma information page.

Under the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015, the term 'exemption' is not used or applied. However there are two ways in which your past training or experience might help fast track your training program - credit transfer and recognition of prior learning.

Credit transfer comes into effect when a Statement of Attainment or Record of Results that you already hold has the same national unit code and unit title as those that form part of your enrolled course. By applying for credit transfer, you do not need to undertake training in those units again.

REIWA Training will recognise the VET USI Transcript, and Academic Transcripts issued by any Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in Australia. Under the RTO guidelines, REIWA Training is required to check the validity of the units for which you seek credit transfer, including sighting the original award and verifying with the RTO that awarded the units.

Note: the State regulator (DMIRS) may stipulate that you complete some or all of the units again, particularly if they contain legislation or documentation that is specific to Western Australia.

You do not have a Statement of Attainment or Record of Results containing units that exactly match the national unit code and unit title required in your enrolled course, and/or you hold the necessary work experience, you may be eligible to apply for recognition of prior learning (RPL).

RPL is a form of assessment - this means that you do not automatically qualify for recognition of your knowledge and skills, but instead it requires you to show evidence of your knowledge and skills and that they are still current. The RPL process can save you time, avoid repetition and help you progress your career and education through formal recognition.

If you think that you already have knowledge and skills that might be recognised and for which you can supply evidence, please contact REIWA Training on 9380 8285 or training@reiwa.com.au

RPL fact sheet

Once you have successfully completed your registration course, you will need to provide the following to the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) to complete your registration:


  • a completed Application for Registration as a Real Estate & Business Sales Representative Form. This form is available from the DMIRS website.

  • an original National Police Certificate (NPC) not more than 3 months old. Application forms are available from Australia Post Outlets (you will require a 100 point check). For information on National Police Certificate, please visit the WA police website.

  • This is an extremely important point to note - Registration students who have completed Units of Competency from CPP40307 will only have until 30 September 2021 to apply for Registration with the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS), and we recommend that you submit your application as soon as you have received your Statement of Attainment from REIWA Training. DMIRS are extremely strict on timeframes, and if you have not had your application for registration both submitted and approved prior to 30 September 2021, DMIRS will insist that you undertake further training and assessment to obtain an updated Statement of Attainment.

    Participants who have completed the restricted or unrestricted registration course from CPP41419 will have to apply for registration with DMIRS within 12 months of the course completion date, stated on the Statement of Attainment or the Testamur and Record of Results.

    Note: remember to take into consideration that you will require a police clearance which is less than three months old.


  • You must be over the age of 18.

  • Registration is granted for a period of three years. To renew your registration after three years, you must be working for a licensed agent and provide an updated NPC and proof of Compulsory Professional Development (CPD).

About CPD

To apply for a real estate and business agent licence you must have one of the following prescribed qualifications from a Registered Training Organisation:

  • CPP50307 Diploma of Property Services (Agency Management), or
  • CPP51119 Diploma of Property (Agency Management)

or one of the following prescribed qualifications from Curtin University of Technology:

  • Bachelor of Commerce (Property and Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Property)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Property and Finance)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Property Development and Valuation)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Property Valuation)
  • Master of Property
  • Graduate Diploma in Property

Real estate agent and business broker licensing

Criteria for individual real estate or business agent licence

Please check the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) website for current fees.

REIWA Training will forward your name to the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) as soon as you have been made competent in the Registration course, and have been awarded your Statement of Attainment, or your Testamur and Record of Results.

After that, it's up to you to complete DMIRS process for registration;

  • Application for registration form
  • National Police Certificate
  • Registration payment

For completion of restricted or unrestricted registration course from CPP40307, participants will only have until 30 September 2021 to lodge their registration application with DMIRS.

Participants who have completed the restricted or unrestricted registration course from CPP41419 will have to apply for registration with DMIRS within 12 months of the course completion date stated on the Statement of Attainment or the Testamur and Record of Results.

We recommend that you allow adequate time to both apply and receive a response from the DMIRS. For more information, please visit the DMIRS licensing and registration page.

If you have queries on the status of your application, please contact DMIRS directly on 1300 30 40 64.

A real estate agent is licensed to own, operate or manage a real estate business. He or she is responsible for the day to day affairs of the agency and is legally responsible for the business of selling, exchanging or leasing houses, land or businesses and may buy, sell and operate property management rent rolls. The agent is responsible for the operation of the entire agency and staff, in accordance with the Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978, the Residential Tenancies Act 1987 and their corresponding regulations. A real estate agent's licence permits the holder to be remunerated for performing the following services as an agent for others:

  • to buy, sell, exchange or let places of residence or vacant land or interests in places of residence or vacant land
  • to buy, sell, exchange or let a business or an interest in a business
  • to buy, sell, exchange or lease commercial or industrial property
  • to collect rents.

A property manager typically works varied hours depending on the needs of the properties under their management. They may be required to work evenings or weekends to oversee maintenance work, evaluate damages or meet with clients and tenants, although most property managers work during a normal weekday working week. Property managers usually perform these duties:

  • Building the rent roll. Seeking out properties to list and rent by advertising, contacting owners, investors and sales people, direct mail and telemarketing.
  • Appraising rental properties and advising on achievable rental prices.
  • Marketing rental properties. Using property websites, email, print, signs, open homes, window advertising and direct contact.
  • Selecting or recommending suitable tenants. Using screening, interviewing skills, reference and database checks.
  • Collecting / monitoring rental payments using effective internal systems.
  • Regularly inspecting properties and reporting on their condition.
  • Arranging and supervising necessary repairs using licensed and insured contractors and complying with legal requirements.
  • Accounting to owners for rental monies paid, and managing trust moneys.
  • Commencing procedures to remedy breaches in tenancy agreements / leases.

A real estate sales representative facilitates the sale and purchase of property between an owner and a buyer. Their role is to:

  • Prospect for listings. Seek out properties to sell by advertising, personal contact, searching records, direct mail/ telemarketing
  • Prepare market appraisals and a marketing plan for presentation to interested owners and write advertising copy
  • List properties. Promote properties for sale, using property websites, newspapers, signs, open homes, email newsletters, direct marketing.
  • Conduct inspections by appointment or through open homes.
  • Negotiate with prospective buyers and prepare the offer and acceptance contract.
  • Finalise negotiations between the parties and collect deposit.
  • Coordinate property inspections e.g. for financial institutions (valuation), and buyers (termite clearance, building inspection, and final inspections).
  • Prepare all documentation in readiness for settlement.
  • Arrange handover of keys and facilitate settlement proceeding.

Rural representatives assess the value of property to determine the selling price of a rural or stock and station property. They facilitate the selling of a variety of farming and agricultural provisions including grains and seeds, stalls and equipment. They set out terms and conditions of sales and advertise to potential buyers.

Rural representatives work on behalf of rural farms or individuals to provide insurance cover, to buy and sell livestock and land, and keep records of transactions.

You will normally have to undertake specific further training in working in rural and agricultural areas in order to become a specialist rural representative.

Auctioneers work with real estate sales representatives to sell a property at a specific time and place and to the highest bidder. The auctioneer facilitates the sale by providing factual information about the property and the auction process, then receives and controls the bids made by prospective buyers. Auctioneers receive a fee for their services which is paid by the property owner at the time of settlement of the sale. Many sales representatives add auctioneering to their skill set as they progress in their real estate career.

Obtaining a General Auctioneer's Licence

REIWA Training guarantees that once you have commenced study with us, should we be unable to complete the supply of training under our contract with you, we will assist you to source a training place with another approved training provider.

If you require assistance with CPD courses, GO1 technical support or any general queries, please email training@reiwa.com.au.

If you require content-related support with your Registration, Diploma or CPP Strata course, we have a dedicated email service. All you need to do is:

  1. Email trainers@reiwa.com.au.
  2. Include your contact details, course name and unit title, and the specifics of your query in the email.
  3. A trainer will contact you within 48 business hours.

We also run regular webinars and assessment support sessions, where one of our experienced trainers will be on hand to support you. To access a copy of the current support schedule:

  1. Login to the student portal.
  2. Go to My Learning.
  3. Open your Welcome Module.
  4. Go to Support Schedule.


If you require assistance with CPD courses, GO1 technical support or any general queries, please email training@reiwa.com.au.

If you require assessment or content-related support with your Registration, Diploma or CPP Strata accredited courses, we have a dedicated email service. All you need to do is:

  1. Email trainers@reiwa.com.au.
  2. Include your contact details, course name and unit title, and the specifics of your query in the email.
  3. A trainer will contact you within 48 business hours.

If you are concerned that you might need some extra assistance because of a physical impairment or learning difficulty, you are encouraged to talk to us about how we can help you prior to enrolment. We will always be prepared to make reasonable adjustments to the study environment to assist you to complete your training and assessment.

You will be provided with access to our Learning Management System (GO1) where you will find examples of completed forms, additional legislative documents and links to various websites that will supplement your learning.

We run regular webinars and assessment support sessions, where one of our experienced trainers will be on hand to support you. To access a copy of the current support schedule:

  1. Login to the student portal.
  2. Go to My Learning.
  3. Open your Welcome Module.
  4. Go to Support Schedule.

We also have a dedicated email service if you require assessment or content-related support with your Registration, Diploma or CPP Strata course. All you need to do is:

  1. Email trainers@reiwa.com.au.
  2. Include your contact details, course name and unit title, and the specifics of your query in the email.
  3. A trainer will contact you within 48 business hours.

If you require assistance with CPD courses, GO1 technical support or any general queries, please email training@reiwa.com.au.

To apply for a real estate registration you must hold a Statement of Attainment or a Testamur and Record of Results from a Registered Training Organisation that shows you have been awarded competency in the following units from the CPP41419 training package:

To work as a sales representative?

  1. CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in real estate
  2. CPPREP4002 Access and interpret ethical practice in real estate
  3. CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in real estate
  4. CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in real estate
  5. CPPREP4102 Market property
  6. CPPREP4101 Appraise property for sale or lease
  7. CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
  8. CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
  9. CPPREP4105 Sell property
  10. CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with real estate trust accounts
  11. CPPREP4201 Appraise commercial property
  12. CPPREP4202 Establish and maintain vendor and lessor relationships and networks
  13. CPPREP4203 Complete commercial property sale

To work as a property manager?

  1. CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in real estate
  2. CPPREP4002 Access and interpret ethical practice in real estate
  3. CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in real estate
  4. CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in real estate
  5. CPPREP4102 Market property
  6. CPPREP4101 Appraise property for sale or lease
  7. CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships
  8. CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships
  9. CPPREP4123 Manage tenancy
  10. CPPREP4124 End tenancy
  11. CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with real estate trust accounts
  12. CPPREP4125 Transact in trust accounts

To work as a sales representative and property manager?

  1. CPPREP4001 Prepare for professional practice in real estate
  2. CPPREP4002 Access and interpret ethical practice in real estate
  3. CPPREP4003 Access and interpret legislation in real estate
  4. CPPREP4004 Establish marketing and communication profiles in real estate
  5. CPPREP4102 Market property
  6. CPPREP4101 Appraise property for sale or lease
  7. CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
  8. CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships
  9. CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
  10. CPPREP4105 Sell property
  11. CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships
  12. CPPREP4123 Manage tenancy
  13. CPPREP4124 End tenancy
  14. CPPREP4005 Prepare to work with real estate trust accounts
  15. CPPREP4125 Transact in trust accounts
  16. CPPREP4201 Appraise commercial property
  17. CPPREP4202 Establish and maintain vendor and lessor relationships and networks
  18. CPPREP4203 Complete commercial property sale

For more information, visit the start your career page.

To conduct transactions in real estate you need to obtain a registration with the industry regulator, the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS).

Although you may wish to eventually work in other areas of real estate, most people start their career in the residential arena. There will also be opportunities to move into roles including:

  • Business broking
  • Auctioneering
  • Strata sales
  • Strata management
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Retail
  • Development

There are two entry pathways into a real estate career:

  • Becoming a registered residential sales representative
  • Becoming a registered residential property manager

To enrol in the Sales or Property Management registration course you must:

  • Be over the age of 18 (or will reach the age of 18 before completion of the course);
  • Be computer literate;
  • Have numeracy skills;
  • Have a high standard of verbal and written English (you will have to understand and complete legal contracts and other documentation); and
  • Be a Western Australian (WA) resident with the authorisation to study in WA.

To apply for a registration*, you must:

  • Be at least 18 years old;
  • Be a person of good character and repute and a fit and proper person to hold a certificate of registration;
  • Understand fully the duties and obligations imposed by the Act on persons involved in negotiating real estate transactions and business transactions; and
  • Apply for registration with DMIRS prior to 30 September 2021 ensure the application is submitted and approved prior to this date.

*Please refer to the DMIRS website for full registration requirements

In order to satisfy Consumer Protection that you are a person of good character and repute, you must provide an original or certified copy of an Australian police check issued no more than three months prior to the date of lodging the application. Applicants must also provide two written references to attest to their good character, reputation and fitness to hold a licence.

Contained within the application form is a statutory declaration which requests applicants to disclose previous convictions, pending proceedings and previous disqualifications among other things. The Commissioner may request an applicant attend an interview with Consumer Protection to determine whether he or she satisfies the requirements of the Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978.

There is no requirement for existing experience but you can only transact in real estate under the direct supervision of a licensed real estate agent.

For more information, visit the start your career page.

Real estate is really a people industry although most people think real estate jobs are all about property. Property transactions occur when two parties enter into negotiation and settlement on the sale or lease of a property or land. Although you obviously need to know about property, legislation and the market, it is this interaction with people that is the key to a successful career.


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