Train with Victoria’s peak real estate body (REIV) and make a head start towards your real estate career.

REIV is the leading provider of training for the property sector in Victoria. Our students benefit from training delivered by qualified and experienced property professionals who are active in the industry. We only deliver training for Victorian real estate which allow us to focus our services and deliver some of the best outcomes for our students. REIV is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 4042).

Starting a career in real estate 
To work in the real estate industry, you must first complete the Agent’s Representative Course. As an Agent’s Representative you can work for a Licensed Real Estate Agent and undertake a broad range of duties and responsibilities such as sales, property management, business broking and buyer’s advocacy.
Students can choose to study the superseded 3 Unit Course (Available until May 2021) (Understand the 2020 education requirement changes) or the new Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice.  

​Becoming a Licensed Estate Agent 
Often known as the “Licence Course”, this is the minimum education qualification required to obtain your Estate Agent's licence. The full licence qualification offers a range of opportunities to develop your career prospects. As a licensed estate agent, you can act on behalf of a vendor, landlord, purchaser or tenant in Victoria to sell, lease or manage real estate or business.
The minimum educational qualifications required to apply for an Estate Agent’s Licence are a CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice and CPP51119 Diploma of Property (Agency Management).

Ongoing professional development
Choose from a range of short courses, information sessions, events and competitions to upskill and develop. Discover learning opportunities for every aspect of real estate delivered in formats to suit all learning styles. 

Agent's Representative (Superseded)

The Superseded Agent's Representative Course comprises of the three Units CPPDSM4007A, CPPDSM4008A, CPPDSM4080A. 

Enrolments will be open till 30 May 2021, however, you must complete the course by 30 September 2021 and be registered with the Business Licensing Authority (BLA) within 5 years from the date of the Statement of Attainment.

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Agent's Representative (New Training Package)

The new entry-level education required to work in real estate is CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice. This course can also be completed through a workplace traineeship. 

​Enrolments are now open. 

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Estate Agent

The new education qualification required to apply for your Estate Agent's Licence are:

CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice AND 
CPP51119 Diploma of Property (Agency Management)

​​Enrolments are now open. 

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Workplace Traineeships

Traineeships are an effective and efficient way to complete your licence course while continuing to build practical skills in the workplace.

A traineeship may be offered to an individual who is employed as a new worker (hired within 3 months) on a full or part-time (minimum 13 hours per week) basis in the real estate industry.

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