Up-skill, Cross-skill, Build proficiency – PropEL towards your goal

Ongoing professional development has always been a core purpose of the REIV. The REIV Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program provides a framework to ensure Members continually invest time and effort in upskilling themselves, their teams, and the sector in general. To truly build and maintain the REIV Difference, it is important that Members continually dedicate time and effort to staying a cut above the rest. The REIV CPD Program covers a wide range of initiatives that contribute to building a skilled, knowledgeable, and responsible real estate professional. The Program is designed to simple, accessible, and flexible.

Key aspects

  • • The REIV will assign CPD Point Value to professional development initiatives that contribute to your learning of real estate, help you run a compliant and responsible real estate business and contribute to the development of the real estate sector.
  • • The REIV may assign certain training that all Individuals must complete as part of their annual REIV CPD requirements.
  • • The REIV Board has set the requirement at minimum 12 REIV CPD Points each CPD year. A CPD year is from 1 April – 31 March.  
  • • Up to 33% of the CPD points required may be accumulated through relevant activities outside the REIV. For example, courses run by a franchisor.

A well informed, skilled and responsible Membership will help further establish the REIV Difference, giving consumers even more reason to always Choose a Member.

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