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  • Objectives
    Chisholm offers the new 2009 Training for Agents Representative program, for those wishing to work in the real estate profession. The Course is designed to give participants a broad practical knowledge of the industry and fulfills the academic requirements set by the Business Licensing Authority & Consumer Affairs Victoria to work as an Agents’ Representative as outlined in the Estate Agents (Education) Regulations 2008.
  • Entry requirements
    Not be an undischarged bankrupt Must be 18 years old
  • Academic Title
    Training for Agents Representative Program
  • Course description
    Course Outline
    Chisholm offers the new 2009 Training for Agents Representative program for those wishing to work in the real estate profession as an Agents Representative. This up to date program is designed to give participants a broad practical knowledge of the industry and fulfils the academic requirements set by the Business Licensing Authority and Consumer Affairs Victoria to work as an Agents’ Representative as outlined in the Estate Agents (Education) Regulations 2008.

    Industry Requirements
    To work in the industry you must have the Training for Agents Representative program, be of good character and be a fit and proper person. A police records check will be carried out just prior to commencing employment. A person cannot be employed if he or she is an insolvent under administration or has had a claim upheld against the Estate Agents’ Guarantee Fund.

    Employers please note: As the Training for Agents Representative program is a structured training program; the program fees and course material are eligible deductions from the training guarantee levy for estate agent employers.

    Assessment
    Upon satisfactory completion of tests and assignments a ‘Statement of Attainment’ will be issued, outlining competence in the three units from the Certificate IV in Property Service (Real Estate), as outlined in the Estate Agents (Education) Regulations 2008. One re-sit / assignment re-submission opportunity is provided.

    Campus
    On campus study location
    Frankston campus, Building W, Fletcher Road, Frankston
    Self study – correspondence available (testing at Frankston / Wonthaggi) contact – 9238 8320

    Duration
    Full time day – 2.5 weeks
    Part time evening – 7 weeks, 2 nights per week
    Correspondence – self paced to be completed within 6 months

    Commencement
    Ongoing throughout the year – as per current schedule see page 2.

    Entrance requirements
    To be eligible to be employed as an Agent’s Representative, by law (Estate Agents Act 1980) the following criteria apply.
    • be 18 years of age
    • successfully completed the Training for Agents Representative program
    • reside in Victoria (registered mailing address).

    The program is conducted in English. Students with English as a second language require an advanced level English. Generally students must have sufficient English language skills to understand oral instructions, read technical material and prepare written reports.

    Application & Enrolment Procedure
    On campus

    Further Education Opportunities
    Certificate IV in Property (Real Estate Agency Practice) CPP40307 Full Licence Course (now offered at Chisholm in 2009).

    Module Outlines
    CPPDSM4080A Work in the real estate industry
    Key features of estate agency operations; State and Commonwealth legislation that impact on estate agency operations in Victoria; ethical and conduct standards; employment requirements, the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers and the role of ongoing professional development; effective communication.

    CPPDSM4008A Identify legal & ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency work
    Basic concepts of property ownership; role and responsibilities of sales personnel in property listing and selling; listing and selling process; process for finalising property sales.

    CPPDSM4007A Identify legal & ethical requirements of property management to complete agency work
    Basic concepts of property management; role and responsibilities of agency personnel in property management; process of listing properties; process for leasing a property; procedures for handling moneys; process for managing leased properties including the termination of leases and the vacating of leased properties.

    Study Options
    On campus
    Part time

    evening
    2 nights per week (7weeks (subject to public holidays)
    6 – 10pm classes
    Tuesday & Thursday, or Monday & Wednesday at Frankston Campus

    On campus
    Full time day
    2.5 weeks (13 consecutive working days)
    9 – 3.30pm (Monday – Friday) at Frankston Campus

    Self study -
    correspondence
    Upon enrolment you essentially study independently at your own pace, it is possible to complete within 3 weeks. You have up to 6 months from your enrolment date to complete this course. As a resource, recorded lectures will be available and you will be allocated a Tutor to mark assignments. Testing takes place at the Frankston or Wonthaggi campuses. Assignments are to be mailed in to the Real Estate Coordinator.

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