Real estate bulletin issue 73 - CPD reminder (October 2014)
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10 October 2014
Don’t leave it ‘til it’s too late!
Compulsory Professional Development (CPD) is a requirement for renewing a real estate and business agent’s licence or a sales representatives/property manager’s registration. As such, all licensees with current triennial certificates, and all sales representatives and property managers with current registrations, must complete the required CPD activities each year.
Do not leave it until the final weeks of 2014 to attend CPD activities! Secure your place in available courses without delay. CPD courses being full at the end of the year will not be accepted as a valid reason for non-compliance.
Failure to complete your CPD requirements could result in your licence or registration not being renewed or a condition being placed on your licence or registration.
Under the Code of Conduct, agents must take responsibility to ensure their employees comply with the legislation, including the requirement to meet their CPD obligations. Consumer Protection encourages agents to check with current employees, and any new employees, that their CPD compliance is up-to-date.
A comprehensive list of the mandatory and elective activities approved by Consumer Protection is available on our website.
If you have any specific queries relating to your CPD obligations, please contact the CPD team directly on (08) 6552 9582 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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