Clarification about CPD training & Cashiers moving to Cannington: Settlement Industry Bulletin Issue 80

This publication is for: 
Property industry

19 June 

Licence not current? No CPD points

You must be the holder of a current certificate of registration or triennial certificate to attend the mandatory Compulsory Professional Development (CPD) training.

If your triennial certificate or certificate of registration is not valid at the time of completing a mandatory CPD training session, then you risk not being accredited with the mandatory CPD points. Accordingly, prior to making a booking at a mandatory CPD session, please ensure your certificate is current.

You can access the Consumer Protection’s Online Licence and Registration search to confirm your expiry date. You can also contact the licensing team by telephone on 1300 304 064 to enquire about the status of your certificate.

Cashiers are moving to Cannington

From Monday 2 July 2018 our cashier counter services will be located on Level 1 at 303 Sevenoaks Street, Cannington WA 6107.

This includes payments for:

  • Licence and registration applications;
  • Tenancy bonds; and
  • Associations, cooperatives and partnership applications.

While these payments will no longer be accepted at 140 William Street, staff will still be available to answer customer enquiries.

Some licensing services may be lodged online on our website.

The preferred method for submitting residential tenancy bond forms is by email.

Alternatively, you can mail completed forms to:

Locked Bag 14, 
Cloisters Square PO 
PERTH 6850.

Read more about Consumer Protection’s office locations.

Our office in Cannington is open from 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday (except public holidays), and is conveniently located opposite Cannington Train Station with free two-hour car parking available off Grose Avenue.

Consumer Protection
Last updated 19 Jun 2018

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