The Victorian Agents Representative Program is undertaken by you, in your own time, at the place of your choice. Tutorial assistance is available at no additional charge.
Upon completion, the educational qualification required for an individual to become an Agent Representative will be issued by MRT Training – RTO 41529.
All applicants for an Agent Representative qualification must be able to demonstrate that they
- are at least 16 years of age
- are a fit and proper person to hold the qualification
- have the qualifications specified
- are not a disqualified person
In order to qualify as an Agent Representative, candidates must provide a Statement of Attainment showing successful completion of the following units of competency from the Property Services Training Package (CPP07). The underpinning knowledge must be based on Victorian law. The employing agent will issue an “Authority to Act” before the candidate is able to sell, manage or undertake any of the functions as an Agent in Victoria.
Further details about requirements to be an Agent Representative can be found at this link.
Units of Study
CPPDSM4007A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property management to complete agency work
CPPDSM4008A Identify legal and ethical requirements of property sales to complete agency work
CPPDSM4080A Work in the real estate industry.
Study is undertaken at your own pace, wherever you choose. Distance Education enrolments are accepted at any time, and course commencement is available as soon as you have received the materials.
Course materials are issued in “soft copy” format & can usually be delivered on the same business day as the order is placed – assuming all enrolment procedures are completed (including the submission of the completed Registration Form & USI).
The USI (Unique Student Identifier) must be inserted on the Registration Form before any completion documentation can be issued by the RTO.
Tutorial assistance is available during normal business hours by phone & email (at no additional cost).
Successful completion of the program will result in the participant being issued with a Statement of Attainment for the above units by MRT Training – RTO 41529.
The Participant Handbook is an essential guide for candidates of accredited courses and sets out the policies and procedures for all who undertake a course of study with MRT Training. All course participants should ensure they are familiar with the contents before registering or enrolling in one of our courses.