Recognition of Prior Learning

Real Estate RPL Courses

Don’t spend time learning things you already know. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the process by which existing skills, knowledge and experience gained are recognised towards the achievement of a Nationally Recognised Qualification or Statement of Attainment. Our streamlined 3-step recognition process makes RPL straightforward and affordable.

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Benefits
  • Flexible payment options
  • Flexible study options
  • Face-to-face support available
  • FREE Assessment support
  • Expert trainers that currently work in real estate
  • Quality assured by the peak industry association
  • Nationally recognised and accredited

RPL is offered for the following courses:

If you have previously held a Certificate of Registration or are transferring from another state, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) will enable you to satisfy NSW Fair Trading’s requirements for the issue of a Certificate of Registration. You will need to show evidence of previous study and registration details.

There are three steps for having your experience and expertise recognised to help you attain your goal. Our streamlined 3-step recognition process makes RPL straightforward and affordable.


Study options include: Online
Delivery: 3 Step Recognition process: Self-assessment Questionnaire, review and competency conversation, recognition
Outcome: Certificate of Registration (Issued by NSW Fair Trading)
Cost: $350


3-step recognition process

Step 1 - Self-Assessment Questionnaire      

Tell us about your skills, knowledge and experience. This tool will guide you through the steps to complete your self-assessment questionnaire.

Complete the multiple-choice questions and describe your experience in your own words.

Step 2 - Review and Competency Conversation      

An REINSW assessor will review your self-assessment information to consider your eligibility for RPL.

A competency conversation will be arranged to give you an opportunity to expand on your skills and knowledge and for the assessor to ask questions to verify your knowledge and experience.

You will also be asked to provide supporting documentation and a third-party report from your supervisor or licensed agent to confirm your work history and competence.

Step 3 - Recognition  

If you need to complete any gap training or assessment, you can complete this by eLearning or classroom.

On successful completion of all gap learning and assessment, a statement of attainment will be issued.

 

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Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice CPP41419

RPL can be undertaken for certificate of registration holders to become Class 2 licence holders (Licensed Real Estate Agent).

If you are an experienced agent, you should benefit from this experience, by undertaking recognition of prior learning (RPL). There are three steps for having your experience and expertise recognised to help you attain your goal. Our streamlined 3-step recognition process makes RPL straightforward and affordable.


Study options include: online or in-house for individuals or groups of 5 or more.
Delivery: 3 Step Recognition process: Self-assessment Questionnaire, Review and Competency Conversation, Recognition
Outcome: Class 2 Real Estate Agent Licence (issued by NSW Fair Trading)
Cost: Total cost of RPL is $1800, which allows for two clusters of gap training. It is paid in three monthly installments: a $600 Initial payment on registration, and two further monthly payments directed debited from your credit card.

If you are unable to gather sufficient evidence to prove your competency, you will have the option to undertake additional training in units or clusters for which you did not have enough evidence. This could be completed via eLearning or in a classroom.


3-step recognition process - For individuals

Step 1 - Self-Assessment Questionnaire      

Tell us about your skills, knowledge and experience. This tool will guide you through the steps to complete your self-assessment questionnaire.

Complete the multiple-choice questions and describe your experience in your own words.

Step 2 - Review and Competency Conversation      

An assessor will review your self-assessment information to consider your eligibility for RPL.

A competency conversation will be arranged to give you an opportunity to expand on your skills and knowledge and for the assessor to ask questions to verify your knowledge and experience.

You will also be asked to provide supporting documentation and a third-party report from your supervisor or licensed agent to confirm your work history and competence.

Step 3 - Recognition  

If you need to complete any gap training or assessment, you can complete this by eLearning or classroom.

It is important to note that recognition for the full qualification is highly unlikely as REINSW considers compliance with legislation and trust accounting are high-risk areas, and so will require you to complete a gap assessment to confirm competency in these areas.

On successful completion of all gap learning and assessment, a transcript and certificate will be issued.

View the complete Certificate IV RPL Guide here.

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In-house Group Training

If you have a group of five or more who wish to undertake recognition of prior learning, we can come to you. Our Trainer will visit your office or location of your choice to deliver an RPL training and assessment program specifically tailored to meet the needs of your team and agency.

3-step recognition process - For groups

Step 1 - Self-Assessment Questionnaire      

This is where the participant tells us about their skills, knowledge and experience so that REINSW can assess their eligibility for the units of competency. The self-assessment questionnaire is to be completed on our learning management portal and must be submitted two weeks prior to the first training session.

Step 2 - Review and Competency Conversation      

An assessor will review participant self-assessment information to consider participant eligibility for RPL.

A group competency conversation session will allow the participants to expand on their skills and knowledge and for the assessor to asks questions to verify knowledge and experience.

Step 3 - Training and Assessment    

It is important to note that recognition for the full qualification is highly unlikely as REINSW takes the high-risk areas of compliance with legislation and trust accounting very seriously.

The majority of gap training and assessment will be undertaken in group sessions; additional individual training may be required depending on outcome of application.

Participants will also be asked to provide supporting documentation and a third-party report from their supervisor or licensed agent to confirm work history and competence.

On successful completion of all gap learning and assessment, a transcript and certificate will be issued.

To enrol a group contact us at training@reinsw.com.au

Diploma of Property (Agency Management) CPP51119

RPL can be undertaken for licensed agents to become Class 1 licence holders (Licensee in Charge).

If you are an experienced agent, you should benefit from this experience, by undertaking recognition of prior learning (RPL). There are three steps for having your experience and expertise recognised to help you attain your goal. Our streamlined 3-step recognition process makes RPL straightforward and affordable.


Study options include: online
Delivery: 3 Step Recognition process: Self-assessment Questionnaire, Review and Competency Conversation, Recognition
Outcome: Class 1 Licence (issued by NSW Fair Trading)
Cost: Total cost of RPL is $1800, which allows for two clusters of gap training. It is paid in three monthly installments. A $600 Initial payment on registration, and two further monthly payments directed debited from your credit card.

If you are unable to gather sufficient evidence to prove your competency, you will have the option to undertake additional training in units or clusters for which you did not have enough evidence. This could be via eLearning or in a classroom.


3-step recognition process

Step 1 - Self-Assessment Questionnaire      

Tell us about your skills, knowledge and experience. This tool will guide you through the steps to complete your self-assessment questionnaire.

Complete the multiple-choice questions and describe your experience in your own words.

Step 2 - Review and Competency Conversation      

An assessor will review your self-assessment information to consider your eligibility for RPL.

A competency conversation will be arranged to give you an opportunity to expand on your skills and knowledge and for the assessor to ask questions to verify your knowledge and experience.

You will also be asked to provide supporting documentation and a third-party report from your supervisor or licensed agent to confirm your work history and competence.

Step 3 - Recognition  

If you need to complete any gap training or assessment, you can complete this by eLearning or classroom.

It is important to note that recognition for the full qualification is highly unlikely as REINSW considers the compliance with legislation and trust accounting are high-risk areaas, and so will require you to complete a gap assessment to confirm competency in these areas. On successful completion of all gap learning and assessment, a transcript and certificate will be issued.

View the complete Diploma RPL Guide here.

Enrol now

 
Course Assistant Agent course Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice CPP41419 Diploma of Property (Agency Management) CPP51119
Outcome

Certificate of Registration (Issued by NSW Fair Trading)

Licence Class 2 (Issued by NSW Fair Trading)

Licence Class 1 (Issued by NSW Fair Trading)

Career
  • Office Assistant
  • Assistant Real Estate Sales
  • Assistant Property Manager
  • Marketing and Administration Assistant.
  • Stock and Station Agent
  • Business Broker
  • Property Manager
  • Real Estate Agent
  • Buyers’ Agent
  • Accredited Auctioneer.
  • Real Estate Agency Principal
  • Strata Management Principal
  • Agency Manager
  • Agency Director.

It is a government requirement that all students undertaking nationally recognised training must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) in order to receive a qualification.

For further information and to obtain your USI please visit the Australian Government, Unique Student Identifier Help Centre for students.

It's important for you to be aware of your rights and responsibilities of being a learner with the REINSW.

The Learner Handbook will provide you with information about our enrolment, training and assessment processes and information about payments, refunds, course changes, privacy and more.

Please read the Learner Handbook prior to your course enrolment.

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