ACT Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Training

Under the Agents Act 2003, it is required that Licence and Registration holders in the ACT complete Continuing Professional Development (CPD) within the twelve months of the licence (i.e. for agents: between 1 July and 30 June of the year of the licence, and salespeople: between 1 November and 31 October of the year of the registration) to be eligible for Licence/Registration renewal. 

Further information regarding ACT CPD can be found on the Access Canberra website, here.

The NSW Real Estate Training College can offer both Registration and License holders 12 points of CPD. View our ACT CPD courses fact sheet.

We have two types of CPD courses available:

  • Elective CPD courses ($89) do not fully align to a unit of competency and will provide you with 4 Category 2 ACT CPD points.
    View Elective CPD courses
  • Individual Licence Modules ($145) align to a unit of competency, and will provide you with 8 Category 3 ACT CPD points. These modules will also count towards your Licence in the future.
    View Individual Licence Modules 

Upon successful completion of your CPD training, we will issue you with a Statement of Attainment (for Individual Licence Modules - Category 3 courses) and Certificate of Participation (for Elective CPD - Category 2 courses) as evidence of course completion.

An important note to students

We endeavour to assess CPD course submissions as soon as possible upon receipt, however, please bear in mind that you must be marked 'Competent' in order to officially complete your CPD training. We have a 48-hour turn-around for assessing. Submitting assignments at late notice may result in complications when attempting to renew your registration or licence in time. 

We recommend that students log in to access their course(s) as soon as an enrolment confirmation email is received. Any course enrolment issues can be rectified during business hours.

Click the below link to see the units required for an ACT and NSW Class 1 CPD.

For Students with an NSW Class 1 Licence 

Last modified: Wednesday, 30 June 2021, 2:21 AM