REIWA Real Estate Training
 

Mandatory CPD - 3 Points


Licensed agents Sales representatives Property managers
Content:

  • Australian Consumer Law
  • Amendments to the Residential Tennancies Act and associated Regulations

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Content:
  • Australian Consumer Law
  • Writing special conditions in contracts

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Content:
  • Australian Consumer Law
  • Amendments to the Residential Tennancies Act and Regulations

Click here to enrol

 

Price
Sessions are fully subsidised by The Department of Commerce if you have a current registration.
You will need to supply us with your Licensed Agent/Registration number at enrolment.
Please note all enrolments must be completed using the same name as your Licence/Registration with the Department of Commerce.

Important funding information
(source: www.commerce.wa.gov.au)

It is important to note that Consumer Protection will only fund attendance at one mandatory session per calendar year for each participant and will only fund attendance at the mandatory activity which is relevant to the participant's licence/registration:

  • Licensed agents with a current triennial certificate will only be funded to attend the mandatory activity for Licensed Real Estate and Business Broking Agents.
  • Sales representatives with a full registration will be funded to attend either the Sales Representatives mandatory activity or the Property Managers mandatory activity (but not both).
  • Sales representatives whose registration restricts them to only performing property management transactions will only be funded to attend the Property Managers mandatory activity.

The cost of attendance at any additional mandatory session will be at the expence of the participant.

Late arrival policy
(source: www.commerce.wa.gov.au)

Any participant who is late to a mandatory training session by 30 minutes or more will not be eligible to claim CPD points for that session.

If a participant arrives more than 30 minutes late and stays for the remainder of the activity, the participant will only be eligible for the CPD points when they re-schedule the same activity with the same training provider to complete the part of the activity which they missed.

Consumer Protection will only subsidise the participant's attendance when they have completed the period of the session they initially did not attend. Participants are responsible for withdrawing or re-scheduling the activity prior to the arranged attendance if they cannot make it on time.