Industry Reforms News


Grace period for property industry reforms extended

We are delighted to announce that the no-penalty grace period for the Property and Stock Agents Act reforms has been extended a further six months until 1 April 2021.

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Major reforms – Government reassure industry there's time to adapt

Industry Reforms, it’s a term that’s been thrown about for years – now it's time to understand what they really mean

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IN FOCUS: Recognition of Prior Learning course

After almost two years of preparation, we’re ready and excited to implement the landmark training reforms in the coming weeks.

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The future is here

The start of once-in-a-generation real estate reforms is just around the corner, starting in March 2020. Read more about this landmark moment for the industry.

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Property Industry Reforms Are Coming In 2020

MEDIA RELEASE: Property Industry Reforms will come into effect on 23 March 2020.

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Training reforms: Are you ready?

Holding a Certificate of Registration for your entire career will no longer be an option. All Certificate holders must complete a Certificate IV qualification and transition to their Real Estate Licence within four years.

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Everything you need to know about the Industry Reforms

Industry Reforms, it’s a term that’s been thrown about for years – now it's time to understand what they really mean

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Be ahead of training changes

Changes to training and education standards are now right around the corner, so it’s vital you understand how it will impact you - and what steps you can take to minimise disruption to your job.

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Training changes ahead

Changes to the Real Estate Training Package will streamline qualifications to ensure they are more suited to the ever-changing work requirements of our industry

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Why you should consider RPL: from those who’ve done it

RPL is the simplest way to achieve the qualification required to obtain your real estate licence – a must ahead of the licensing reforms.

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Is 2019 the year you transition to your real estate licence?

Become a licensed real estate agent, you'll need to complete Certificate IV in Property Services (CPP40307) course & complete 12 months of practical industry experience & there's no better time than now to evaluate the longevity of your career.

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Upgrade your qualifications with a real estate licence course. Reforms are coming…

Industry reforms are just around the corner & all Certificate of Registration holders will need to gain their Real Estate Licence. REINSW offers a variety of pathways to applying for a real estate licence including real estate licence course.

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