CLASS 1 LICENSEE IN CHARGE

CPP51122 Diploma of Property (Agency Management)

Our program incorporates the fundamental elements crucial for effectively operating and overseeing a real estate agency. This comprehensive curriculum covers a range of essential topics, including leadership, team management, compliance with workplace health and safety (WHS) standards, strategic planning, and financial management.

Units you will study

To achieve this qualification, competency must be demonstrated in a total of 12 units of competency comprising of 7 core units and 5 elective units. 

CORE UNITS

CPPREP5001 Manage compliance in the property industry
CPPREP5002 Establish and monitor property industry trust account management practices
CPPREP5003 Manage ethical practice in the property industry
CPPREP5004 Manage a safe workplace in the property industry
CPPREP5005 Manage teams in the property industry
CPPREP5006 Manage operational finances in the property industry
CPPREP5007 Develop a strategic business plan in the property industry

CPPREP5001 Manage compliance in the property industry
This unit outlines the competencies and understanding needed to assess, create, enforce, oversee, and assess compliance within the property sector.


CPPREP5002 Establish and monitor property industry trust account management practices

This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to set up and oversee management protocols for trust accounts within the property industry.
It encompasses accessing, comprehending, and interpreting regulatory guidelines for trust accounts in property agency practices, as well as establishing, monitoring, and evaluating the implementation of agency controls for opening, operating, monitoring, and closing trust accounts. This includes aspects such as delegating authority, ensuring security, and managing data effectively.
Additionally, this unit covers the skills and knowledge required to recognize and manage fraudulent practices affecting trust accounts.
It is applicable to industry professionals within the property sector who are responsible for agency operations.


CPPREP5003 Manage ethical practice in the property industry

This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to establish and oversee ethical practice frameworks within a property agency.


CPPREP5004 Manage a safe workplace in the property industry

This competency unit delineates the abilities and understanding needed to create, sustain, and assess a work health and safety (WHS) management system within the property sector.


CPPREP5005 Manage teams in the property industry

This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to oversee and assess teams within property agencies.


CPPREP5006 Manage operational finances in the property industry

This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to oversee and assess the operational finances of agencies within the property industry.


CPPREP5007 Develop a strategic business plan in the property industry

This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge needed to craft a business strategy to position a property agency in the market.
It involves recognizing and scrutinizing business prospects and the potential demand for agency services, as well as setting business goals and objectives.

Group B - General Electives

CPPREP5008 Market the property agency
CPPREP5010 Manage customer service activities in the property industry
BSBLDR522 Manage people performance
BSBLDR602 Provide leadership across the organisation
BSBOPS502 Manage business operational plans





CPPREP5008 Market the property agency
This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge needed to research, devise, and execute a marketing strategy for promoting the agency within the property industry.
It does not include marketing activities specifically tailored for individual properties.


CPPREP5010 Manage customer service activities in the property industry

This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to assess, oversee, and appraise customer service initiatives within the property industry.


BSBLDR522 Manage people performance
This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge needed to supervise the performance of directly managed staff.
It applies to individuals in managerial roles and encompasses tasks such as task delegation, performance assessment, recognition of outstanding performance, and delivering constructive feedback. The unit emphasizes the interconnection between performance management and development, highlighting their significance for effective leadership.


BSBLDR602 Provide leadership across the organisation
This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to exhibit high-level leadership behaviour and personal and professional proficiency, with a focus on business ethics.
It applies to individuals tasked with promoting professionalism within their organization and industry, while also inspiring and motivating others to fulfill organizational objectives. Leadership is contextualized within the organizational mission.


BSBOPS502 Manage business operational plans
This unit outlines the competencies and knowledge necessary to exhibit high-level leadership behaviour and personal and professional proficiency, with a focus on business ethics.
It applies to individuals tasked with exemplifying professionalism within their organization and industry, while also inspiring and motivating others to fulfill organizational objectives. Leadership is contextualized within the organizational mission.

Program Fees and Timeframe

 

PLATINUM PACKAGE 

 

$1,500 

24/7 Access to your online learning platform 

 

Fortnightly Friday support workshops (10am-12pm) 

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12 Months mentor program 

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1st year CPD for free 

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Complimentary supervision guideline   

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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 12 months.
   

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

FAQ

Put your knowledge into practice with real-world scenarios and hands-on exercises. Our training programs go beyond theory, ensuring you are well-prepared for the day-to-day realities of working in real estate.

Benefit from the wealth of knowledge and practical insights offered by industry experts with extensive real-world experience. Our trainers and assessors are equipped to impart valuable hands-on knowledge, ensuring you're well-prepared for the dynamic landscape of the real estate field. Gain insights from trainers actively engaged in the sector, providing you with relevant and up-to-date expertise.
NSW Fair Trading is the state licensing regulator for property agents NSW. Under the legislation it is a legal requirement that you study as a minimum the prescribed units. There is eligibility requirements set by the licensing regulator and we recommend all prospective students read this link to NSW Fair Trading’s guidelines prior to enrolment with us.  

This training program doesn’t have specific educational entry requirements however to apply for a class 1 or class 2 licence you must meet the following criteria:
 
  • You are at least 18 years old. 
  • You are a fit and proper person to hold a licence. 
  • You have the qualifications required for the licence class you are applying for. 
  • You have completed the required work experience tasks. 
  • Your previous licence (or certificate of registration) has not been disqualified.
  • Your registered office must be in NSW. Alternatively, the registered office can be within 50 kilometres of the NSW border, but only if you hold a current licence or authority from that jurisdiction (see section 28 of the Property and Stock Agents Act 2002).

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.  
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.
To apply for a class 1 Licence, you must have completed work experience requirements over a two-year period. 
  • all tasks listed in Part 1 of the logbook, and 
  • a minimum of 8 tasks from Part 2 
Use the work experience logbook to keep track of the tasks as you complete them. For a comprehensive guide and logbook template please use this Log book link from NSW Fair Trading.
RPL is a process where skills and knowledge that you have gained through work and life experience and other unrecognised training can be formally recognised. You need to let us know that you want to apply for RPL at the time of application by indicating this on the application for enrolment form in the relevant section. There is a charge for RPL, and this can be viewed in the ‘Fees and Refunds’ section of the student handbook.  

Credit transfer
is a formal recognition of previous studies and can help to reduce the duration of your training program, as well as fees. You may apply for a credit transfer for as many units as you like. There is no charge to apply for a credit transfer, but you need to let us know that you want to apply for this at the enrolment stage. You will need to provide a certified copy of your certificate either issued by another education provider or an authenticated VET transcript issued by the USI Registrar. You will be granted “Credit Transfer” so long as Archer Institute can verify your transcript.   

How much does it cost to apply for RPL?
  There is no cost to complete Part A of the RPL booklet. However, if you decide to proceed to Part B and C, there is a one-off application fee of $200 per training program plus an assessment fee of $200 per unit for Certificate IV level. 
Class 1 & 2 agents must complete a minimum of 5 hours of CPD training on compulsory topics relevant to the category of licence they hold each CPD year. Those 5 hours of training must include at least 4 compulsory topics relevant to the category of licence held.  

This training must be completed between 1st July and 30th June the following year. For further information with regards to ongoing CPD obligations please see this link from NSW Fair Trading 
Compulsory Professional Development. 
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.