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Buyers Agent License NSW

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The Australian College of Business and Training conducts an intensive training program over five days for individuals to undertake an in-depth study of the entire buyer’s agents process.  This is a practical-based course and provides course participants with opportunities to acquire and practice new skills in all areas relating to a buyer’s agent. 

You need to complete all 9 units of competency under the Buyers’ agent qualification listed under the Property, Stock & Business Agents Act 2002.  You can undertake these units of competency in any order but must complete the Certificate of Registration in Real Estate before completing this course. 

You may be assessed for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for one or more modules.  This means that you will not need to attend training for that module.  Assessment is undertaken on an individual basis and determination of RPL or RCC is based on the evidence of your previous experience and learning. 

The successful completion of this full training program will mean that the student gains a Statement of Attainment for the national Units of Competency required by NSW Fair Trading to make application for a NSW Buyers Agents License.  These Units of Competency are taken from the Certificate IV level qualifications listed above. 

ACBT courses are developed and delivered by current industry professionals. This means that students are able to benefit from the analysis of real cases and scenarios and receive the most up to date knowledge of legislation and industry best practices. 

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The program will be delivered through a five-day face to face session based in the classroom, the simulated workplace environment or the workplace as well as two weeks (60 hours) pre-reading to be completed before the face to face session. This pre-reading includes the reading material of all five units of competency contained within this learning program.
Students are only eligible to undertake the five-day face to face session if they receive a grade of 85% or more in their pre-reading quiz conducted on Day 1 of the three day sessions. If students receive a grade of 85% or less in the pre-reading quiz, they will be advised to leave and re-book another face to face session.
Participants are able to complete the course within a shorter period of time if they have undertaken related training or if they have prior experience (Please refer to our RPL policy).
The program would be delivered through one or a combination of the following approaches:

  • Recognition of prior learning
  • Workshops (or, Classroom and simulated workplace delivery)
  • Workplace training and assessment

A range of delivery modes are incorporated to accompany all participant types and to ensure a sufficient, effective and successfully learning experience.
The Recognition of Prior Learning will be applicable to those candidates who have already acquired necessary knowledge and skills in the units under delivery through their past work/life experiences or, previous studies.

Classroom and simulated workplace delivery will be suitable to those candidates who would like to undertake this course independently.

Workplace training and assessment will be mode of delivery suitable to those real estate agencies who would like to upgrade the skills and knowledge of their employees through this formal training.

The five-day delivery cycle will include each unit of competency in the following sequence:

Day 1

CPPDSM4005A Establish and build client-agency relationships

Day 2

CPPDSM4015B Minimise agency and consumer risk

Day 3

BSBLED401A Develop teams and individuals

Day 4

CPPDSM4003A Appraise property

Day 5

CPPDSM4001A Act as a buyer’s agent & CPPDSM4022A Sell and finalise the sale of property by private treaty

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CPPDSM4005A Establish and build client-agency relationships

CPPDSM4015B Minimise agency and consumer risk

BSBLED401A Develop teams and individuals

CPPDSM4003A Appraise property

CPPDSM4001A Act as a buyer’s agent & CPPDSM4022A Sell and finalise the sale of property by private treaty

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This program will be delivered and/or assessed through a combination of lectures, group discussions, practical works, case studies, role-plays, presentations and an observational record of skills and knowledge gained in the workplace. The main methods of assessment will include

  1. Portfolio of written answers 
  2. Scenario or case analysis
  3. Presentations or role plays
  4. Practical demonstration in class and in the workplace
Group work and discussion

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Students must submit their assessments within four (4) weeks from the date of their final face to face training day. Your assessor will confirm the due date for students in class. These assessments must be in a Microsoft word document format or PDF document and submitted as attachments of an email and sent to assessments@auscbt.com.au.

Your results will be reported as Competent or Not Yet Competent. If more evidence is required to achieve competency your result will be recorded as NYC (Not yet competent) until sufficient evidence has been provided to determine competency. Students must re-submit assessments within two weeks from the date they received a grade of Not Yet Competent along with the assessors’ feedback.

Students have ONLY three chances to submit each unit of competency for grading. When students have been marked as not-yet competent after the third submission of the same unit of competency you will have failed the unit of competency and must re-enroll in the unit for you to pass the course.

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To enrol or for further information please contact us at:
P: 02 9635 5530
Email: info@auscbt.com.au
Address: Shop 2, 144 Marsden Street PARRAMATTA, NSW 2150

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