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Certificate of Registration in Real Estate NSW

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ACBT Certificate of Registration Course for Real Estate allows individuals to take one step closer towards their successful career in Real estate, whether that is in marketing, property sales, administration and property management.
In NSW, the Real Estate Certificate of Registration course is the entry level requirement for any individual looking to gain a career in real Estate. It is flexible, cost effective and time efficient meeting the requirements or needs for all individuals looking to take part in this training program.
Our Real Estate Training Course Provides all the essential training and skills required to be successful in the Real Estate Career, allowing students to gain an explicit understanding of the concepts and standards set in the Real estate industry. ACBT Certificate of Registration in Real Estate has been developed by experts who have years of experience in the Real Estate industry to ensure individuals acquire all the skills, knowledge and concepts needed to be successful in the real estate industry.
An individual is required by law, to hold a Real Estate Certificate of Registration issued by the office of Fair Trading (NSW) if they are seeking a career in real estate. There are little prerequisite enrolment requirements for this course thus it is suitable for individuals at most level.

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The program will be delivered through a three 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 four units of competency contained within this learning program.
Students are only eligible to undertake the three 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 three-day delivery cycle will include each unit of competency in the following sequence:


Day 1

COR Pre-reading quiz
CPPDSM4080A Work in the real estate industry.

Day 2

CPPDSM3019 Communicate with clients in the property industry

Day 3

CPPDSM4007A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property management to complete agency work & CPPDSM4008A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency work.

The course will be delivered through a combination of delivery modes including:

  • lecture,
  • demonstration
  • case and scenario analysis
  • presentation
  • role-play
  • workplace observation
  • simulation
  • group works and group discussion

Candidates will acquire valuable skills and knowledge to work in the real estate industry, that will be learnt during this course including:

    • Working context, environment and legislative requirements to work in the real estate industry;
    • Communication skills to deal with various real estate clients;
    • Knowledge of legal and ethical requirements in managing property; and
    • Knowledge of legal and ethical requirements in property sales.

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ACBT's Certificate of Registration Course for Real Estate covers the four following units of competency, which are ASQA accredited and recognised by the NSW Fair Trading:

  • CPPDSM3019B Communicate with clients as part of agency operations
  • CPPDSM4080A Work in the real estate industry
  • CPPDSM4007A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property management to complete agency work
  • CPPDSM4008 Identify legal and ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency work

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To be eligible to hold a Certificate of Registration in Real Estate you must satisfy the following conditions under the Property, Stock & Business Agents Act 2002, based on the discretion of the director-manager:

  • If the person is at least 16 years of age
  • If the person is fit and proper to hold a Certificate of Registration in Real Estate,
  • If the person has the qualifications required for the class of Certificate of Registration in Real Estate concerned (this course) and
  • If the person is not a disqualified person by law.

As well as that, the participants must have sufficient English language skills to meet the requirements of the course (equivalent to 10 years of school literacy and numeracy skills). ACBT will assist those who do not have the required English Language skills where practical.
Given the critical requirement for English literacy, if the participant’s language skills are not sufficient they will be referred for a short course into a specialist English language centre. See ‘Language and numeracy support’ for information.

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To complete this course a candidate must complete all assessment tasks to a satisfactory standards. All assessments are designed to be fair and equitable to all candidates.  Candidates will be given clear information on the purpose, process and requirements of an assessment before and at the time of the assessment.  They will also be clearly informed about the processes for recording and reporting the assessment outcomes.  Any issues relating to assessments or operation of the College will be handled through a defined complaints process.
Our Participant handbook details our complaints and appeal procedure, our discipline policy, and our access and equity policy, including the contacts for any access and equity issues.

Should a participant not be successful with their first attempt at completing any unit of competency in this course, they will be required to re-enrol. For more information on repeating a unit of competency more than once please contact our General Manager. Repeating a unit of competency more than once will attract a penalty fee of additional $150 dollars per unit

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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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