Updated: Jun 3
After completing the NSW Assistant Agent course, you may start learning the Class 2 Licence course any time but can only apply to NSW Fair Trading for a Class 2 Licence 12 months after you become an Assistant Agent. A Class 2 Real Estate Agent can sign agreements with a vendor, developer, landlord and tenant. However, a Class 2 Agent can not be nominated as a Licensee in Charge of a real estate agency or manage trust accounts.
NSW Class 2 Agent course includes an additional 13 units or competency, because 5 will have already been learned in the Assistant Agent course. The content of the course is divided into a few modules including Sales, Property Management, Accounting, and Business. These units of competency are part of the Australian National Accredited Course CPP41419. A Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice is issued by MRT Training (RTO41529) upon successful completion of the course. The student then applies to NSW Fair Trading for a Class 2 Real Estate Licence. Once granted, the student is then called a Class 2 Real Estate Agent (Licenced Real Estate Agent / L.R.E.A)
Students will receive a PDF learner’s guide and assessments for each unit of competency. Learning may start anywhere anytime. Assessments only, no exams. Online learning is the only course delivery mode for now, but it comes with complimentary learning support as follows.
4 days face to face training. Students will be trained in our training room or agency’s office. There must be at least 5 students learning at the same time to run this training.
4 days online video conference. Live video conference training that can be watched on your computer or mobile. There must be at least 5 students learning at the same time to run this training.
Pre-recorded video. A set of pre-recorded video clips of the same face to face training will be sent to students to watch anywhere anytime. English and Mandarin version is available.
Length of the course
Face to face training, live video conference, and the pre-recorded video lasts for about 25 hours. On average, a student spends an extra 30 to 40 hours to complete the assessments. (Self-study is needed depending on the student's workplace experience, ability and willingness to learn). A work experience logbook is required by NSW Fair Trading to verify the industry experience of the person applying for the Class 2 licence. This must be provided when the application for the licence is made. It will then take 1 to 2 weeks to process and issue the Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice. Application to NSW Fair Trading usually takes 2 more weeks to be processed.
Eligibility to enrol in the course
Already completed the NSW Assistant Agent course.
Over 18 years of age,
Language, literacy, numeracy,
Basic skills in computer, typing, email,
Note. There is NO requirement on your nationality, VISA status or location of your residence to enrol in the course.
Eligibility to apply to NSW Fair Trading
You must meet the following conditions before applying to NSW Fair Trading to upgrade from an Assistant Agent to a Class 2 Agent.
Completed the NSW Class 2 Agent course and received the Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice issued by your training organisation.
1 year of work experience as an Assistant Agent in a real estate agency.
Evidence of Work Experience – Log Book, signed off by the Licensee in Charge of the real estate agency where you are employed. The Log Book can be downloaded from the NSW Fair Trading website.
For more information, please refer to the support page and our student handbook.
Note you will pay a separate fee to the NSW Fair Trading when applying for a Certificate or Licence. For more information, please visit the NSW Fair Trading website.
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