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KICK START YOUR REAL ESTATE CAREER WITH A CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION

A Certificate of Registration is essential for anyone in NSW or QLD looking to be employed in the property services industry. By completing this course, you will gain an introductory understanding of all aspects of working in the real estate industry, including an understanding of both sales and property management, as well as learning communication techniques and strategies that will assist you in getting off to a successful start in your new role.

Upon successful completion of the course, you will be issued with a “Statement of Attainment” outlining the required units of competency. This statement can be used to apply to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), along with the necessary application in order to receive your Certificate of Registration.

Under The Hammer Training courses not only meet the prescribed state requirements, but our training also offers unparalleled support, ensuring successful learners will be prepared and ready for their new career in the real estate industry.

NSW CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION

The Property, Stock and Business Agents Act 2002 states, anyone undertaking the functions of a salesperson or property manager in NSW must hold a Certificate of Registration.

A NSW Certificate of Registration allows you to:

  • Buy, sell, exchange or rent houses, businesses or land
  • Negotiate on behalf of a buyer, seller, landlord
  • Exchange or rent houses, businesses or land
  • Show property to potential buyers
  • Inspect and assess property for sale or rent
  • Advertise a property for rent or sale (includes setting up signs)
  • Open up a property for inspection for sale or rent.

To obtain a NSW Certificate of Registration, applicants are required to complete the prescribed units of competency:

Units

CPPDSM3019 – Communicate with clients in the property industry
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to interact and build relationships with clients in the property industry. It includes developing rapport with clients, handling initial client enquiries, establishing and maintaining a client database, and dealing with client complaints and problems. The unit supports the work of a range of property industry professionals, including licensed real estate agents, real estate representatives and support staff, stock and station agents, and strata managers, in interacting and building effective relationships with clients as part of agency or organisation operations.
CPPDSM4007A- Identify legal and ethical requirements of property management to complete agency work
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to meet the core legal and ethical requirements associated with property management. This includes awareness of the legislation dealing with the leasing and management of property, the role and responsibility of agency personnel in property management, the recording of property management transactions and the completion of property management documentation.
CPPDSM4008A – Identify legal and ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency work
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to meet the core legal and ethical requirements associated with property sales. This includes awareness of the legislation relating to property sales, the role and responsibility of agency personnel in property sales, the administration of sales transactions and the completion of sales documentation.
CPPDSM4080A – Work in the real estate industry
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to enable a new entrant to the industry to gain a basic understanding of the industry and work ethically and effectively in a real estate agency. This includes awareness of ethical and conduct standards, core functions of real estate agency operations, legislative and regulatory framework within which the industry operates and industry employment requirements.
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QLD SALES REPRESENTATIVE

The Property Occupations Act 2014 (QLD) requires all people undertaking the functions of a salesperson or property manager in Queensland to hold a Registration Certificate.

A real estate salesperson registration certificate allows you to:

  • Buy, sell, exchange or rent houses, businesses or land
  • Negotiate on behalf of a buyer, seller, landlord
  • Exchange or rent houses, businesses or land
  • Show property to potential buyers
  • Inspect and assess property for sale or rent
  • Advertise a property for rent or sale (includes setting up signs)
  • Open up a property for inspection for sale or rent.

To obtain a QLD Sales Registration Certificate, applicants are required to complete the prescribed units of competency:

Units

CPPDSM4008A – Identify legal and ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency work
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to meet the core legal and ethical requirements associated with property sales. This includes awareness of the legislation relating to property sales, the role and responsibility of agency personnel in property sales, the administration of sales transactions and the completion of sales documentation.
CPPDSM4080A – Work in the real estate industry
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to enable a new entrant to the industry to gain a basic understanding of the industry and work ethically and effectively in a real estate agency. This includes awareness of ethical and conduct standards, core functions of real estate agency operations, legislative and regulatory framework within which the industry operates and industry employment requirements.
CPPDSM4009 – Interpret legislation to complete work in the property industry
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to source and interpret legislation affecting operations in the property industry. It includes identifying and applying statutory interpretation techniques, identifying and tracking changes to relevant property industry legislation and industry codes of conduct, and maintaining appropriate records.
CPPDSM4015B – Minimise agency and consumer risk
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to minimise risk to all aspects of agency business and to consumers. It includes identifying potential risks to the agency and its clients, analysing the causes and potential impact of risks, and implementing agency policies and procedures to minimise risks to the agency and consumers
CPPDSM4010A – Lease property
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to administer the leasing of all types of property. It includes screening tenant enquiries, conducting inspections, obtaining and reviewing tenancy applications, completing tenancy agreements or lease documentation, placing tenants in property and recording tenancy arrangements.
CPPDSM4012A – List property for sale
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to list all types of property and businesses for sale. It includes prospecting for listings, establishing client requirements, planning and delivering property listing presentations, finalising listings for the sale of property, and recording and acting on client instructions. This unit does not address listings for property management or the actual marketing or sale of the property under an agency contract.
CPPDSM4022A – Sell and finalise the sale of property by private treaty
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to sell and finalise the sale of all types of property by private treaty. It includes qualifying buyers, arranging for potential buyers to inspect listed properties, delivering effective sales presentations, submitting offers and negotiating property sale with sellers and buyers and maintaining communications with sellers and prospective buyers. It also includes monitoring the process between exchange of contracts and settlement for all types of property and businesses and preparing documentation for agency disbursements.
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NSW CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION

Course Fees: $595.00

Includes:
All Classes
Full Office and Trainer Support
All Training Resources
A copy of a Real Estate Dictionary

QLD SALES REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE

Course Fees: $795.00

Includes:
Distance Learning
Full Office and Trainer Support
All Training Resources
A copy of a Real Estate Dictionary

For groups of 6 or more, we can conduct training in your office
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UNIQUE STUDENT IDENTIFIER (USI)

If you are a new or continuing learner undertaking nationally recognised training, in order to receive your qualification or statement of attainment you will require a Unique Student Identifier (USI). If you don’t have a USI we will not be able to issue your qualification or statement of attainment.

Your USI will give you access to an online record of the training you have done since 1 January 2015. You will also be able to produce a comprehensive transcript of your training. This can be used when applying for a job, seeking a credit transfer or demonstrating pre-requisites when undertaking further training.

Collecting and reporting a student’s Unique Student Identifier (USI) is a requirement under Commonwealth legislation and a condition of your enrolment.

Creating a Unique Student Identifier (USI) only takes a few minutes and is free. It only needs to be created once and will stay with you for life, so you use this USI every time you enrol into a nationally recognised training program. This applies to:

  • New students
  • Pre-enrolled students
  • Continuing students
  • School students completing nationally recognised training

Creating your USI

You can create your USI here: usi.gov.au or you can give permission for Under The Hammer Training to do it for you by providing us with a copy of your ID.

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