REAL ESTATE ASSISTANT AGENT UPGRADE

Our curriculum encompasses all the fundamental elements essential for success in the real estate industry and our program assists you to acquire a robust foundation for building a sustainable, long-term career in this sector. 

Units you will study

The required training and experience requirements you will need will depend on the type of assistant agent registration you are planning to apply for.

To apply for registration as an assistant agent, you must complete the 5 core units of CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice.

You must also complete five additional units within the first 12 months of your registration. The additional five units you must complete will depend on the type of assistant agent registration you are planning to apply for: Assistant real estate agent – Group A or Group B from CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice.

Group A: Sales Related

CPPREP4101 Appraise property for sale or lease
CPPREP4102 Market property
CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
CPPREP4105 Sell property

CPPREP4101 Appraise property for sale or lease
This unit outlines the competencies and understanding necessary to assess residential properties for sale or lease.
It involves choosing appropriate appraisal methods and suggesting the appropriate sale or lease price for the property.
This unit does not include conducting a formal property valuation.
This unit is intended for people already employed or aspiring to enter the real estate industry, utilising their knowledge of legislative compliance, ethical standards, and consumer preferences to oversee real estate operations.


CPPREP4102 Market property
This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to promote properties for sale or lease.
It involves understanding property appraisal reports, negotiating a marketing plan with clients, creating marketing materials, acquiring resources, executing marketing strategies, utilising agency data to target markets, assessing the effectiveness of the plan and activities, and reporting on their efficiency.
This unit is intended for people already employed or aspiring to enter the real estate industry, utilising their knowledge of legislative compliance, ethical standards, and consumer preferences to oversee real estate operations.


CPPREP4103 Establish vendor relationships
This unit outlines the competencies and understanding needed to cultivate vendor relationships to facilitate property sales.
It encompasses planning strategies to secure property listings, confirming vendor requirements and expectations, delivering a listing presentation, finalising a listing agreement, and organising ongoing communication and record-keeping related to vendor relationships.
This unit is intended for people already employed or aspiring to enter the real estate industry, utilising their knowledge of legislative compliance, ethical standards, and consumer preferences to oversee real estate operations.


CPPREP4104 Establish buyer relationships
This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to create, foster, and oversee constructive relationships with buyers.
It involves understanding the needs and expectations of buyers, aligning these with available properties, and sustaining relationships and records of interaction throughout the purchasing process.
This unit is intended for people already employed or aspiring to enter the real estate industry, utilising their knowledge of legislative compliance, ethical standards, and consumer preferences to oversee real estate operations.


CPPREP4105 Sell property
This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to facilitate property sales through various methods such as private treaty, auction, and negotiations. It involves preparing properties for sale, mediating negotiations between sellers and buyers, and overseeing the completion of contracts. This unit is relevant for individuals currently employed in or aspiring to work in real estate, leveraging their understanding of legislative requirements, ethical standards, and consumer preferences to manage real estate operations.

Group B: Property Management Related

CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships
CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships
CPPREP4123 Manage tenancy
CPPREP4124 End tenancy
CPPREP4125 Transact in trust accounts

CPPREP4121 Establish landlord relationships
This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to cultivate landlord relationships to facilitate property management.
It encompasses establishing agreements with landlords to provide residential property management services and maintaining these relationships, including documentation of interactions.


CPPREP4122 Manage tenant relationships

This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to initiate tenant relationships within property management.

It involves addressing tenant inquiries, establishing tenant profiles, matching tenants with suitable properties, aligning landlord and tenant expectations, managing relationships, and documenting interactions.


CPPREP4123 Manage tenancy

This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge needed to oversee a tenancy.
It involves maintaining timely and efficient communication with tenants, landlords, and other involved parties, as well as managing rent payments, arrears, inspections, repairs, maintenance, lease renewals, rent adjustments, and breaches of tenancy agreements.


CPPREP4124 End tenancy

This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to conclude a tenancy.
It involves identifying situations in which tenancy agreements may be terminated, the procedures and documentation required to end such agreements, the processes for re-letting properties, and the potential challenges that may arise from terminating tenancy agreements.


CPPREP4125 Transact in trust accounts

This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary for handling transactions within real estate trust accounts.
It involves understanding the purpose and various types of property trust accounts, implementing agency controls for specific transactions within these accounts, reconciling and reporting on transactions, and maintaining accurate records. This unit is applicable to individuals currently employed in or seeking roles in real estate that involve managing transactions within trust accounts.

Program Fees and Timeframe

 

GOLD PACKAGE 

PLATINUM PACKAGE 

 

$495 

$825 

24/7 Access to your online learning platform 

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Fortnightly Friday support workshops (10am-12pm) 

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Fortnightly  Friday tutorials 

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12 Months mentor program 

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1st year CPD for free 

 

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Student Portal

Assessment delivery, trainer feedback and marking are completed online within your dedicated student portal. Your portal is also your direct line of communication with your trainer or our support team.

Program timeframe

The time it takes to complete the program can vary depending on several factors, including prior study, availability, and work commitments.  

Typically, students can finish this training program in approximately 7 days.   

At Archer Institute, all training programs follow a continuous admission process, and students have up to two years to successfully complete the program.

FAQ

Important - You must also complete five additional units within the first 12 months of your registration. The additional five units you must complete will depend on the type of assistant agent registration you are planning to apply for. Occupational disciplinary action will be taken should you fail to complete this training within the prescribed 12-month period and may result in the suspension or cancellation of your registration. 

Access Canberra is the state licensing regulator for property agents ACT. Under the legislation it is a legal requirement that you study as a minimum the prescribed units. There are eligibility requirements set by the licensing regulator and we recommend all prospective students read this
link to Access Canberra’s guidelines prior to enrolment with us. 

Only individuals may be registered as assistant agents.
 

This training program does not have specific educational entry requirements however to be eligible to apply for assistant agent registration through Access Canberra, you need to:
 
  • be at least 18 years old 
  • have the qualifications for the registration you are applying for 
  • have not been disqualified from registration. 

A list of reasons a person is disqualified is at section 51 of the Act. Reasons include past offences, bankruptcy, and individual incapacity.
 

If a person is disqualified the Commissioner for Fair Trading will refuse the registration. In the case of disqualification due to bankruptcy or insolvency, if the Commissioner is satisfied a person took all reasonable steps to avoid it, the registration may be granted.
 

Archer Institute delivers the educational requirements only and does not guarantee or have any control over any states licensing authority granting any prospective student registration. 
Help request tickets: Communicate with your trainer using our help request ticket accessed through our student portal.  
Support workshops:
We offer fortnightly online support sessions. These sessions are delivered on a drop in basis and attendance is voluntary   
Phone support:
You can call during business hours and speak directly to a trainer. 
To enrol you will need to complete an LLND (Language Literacy Numeracy and Digital Literacy) activity prior to commencing the program. This is to ensure you have the adequate skills and knowledge to progress through your training program and that we can also support you should it be identified you have an LLND area of concern.

You will also need to provide a USI (Unique Student Identifier). The USI is a unique code assigned to you that consolidates your training records into a single online record. It's mandatory for those undertaking vocational education and training (VET) in Australia. If you need to register for a USI, you can do so here.