Real Estate Qualifications

Whether you’re just starting a career in real estate, or you're an established licensee looking to take the next step up with a Diploma, we offer a range of courses, travelling throughout both the Perth Metropolitan and Regional WA towns to help you succeed in your Real Estate Career.

To become a licensee, you need to complete a Diploma and Cert IV in Real Estate Practice. We also offer Registration Courses for Property Management and Sales Representatives.

If the enrolment links below do not work with your device, please email enrolments@aspirept.com.au with your details and the course you are interested in.

Diploma Program

Upskill and acquire the qualifications necessary to be able to manage a real estate agency.

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Unrestricted Registration Course – Full Cert IV in Real Estate Practice How many units will I need to complete: Complete all 18 units of the Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice and have the freedom to move between roles of sales person or property manager. About the course & our support: You will learn both sides of the industry in your course and also meet part of the educational requirements, to be a licensee responsible for all compliance within an office. For anyone not sure which way to go, but certain they are making a move into an industry for a long term change, this qualification could be the best option for you. The course is offered as self-paced learning with the material sent through after enrolment. You will be allocated a trainer to support you through your studies and can attend the optional Student Support Sessions, once a month. These support sessions are designed for students to bring in their laptops, do the course work and ask as many questions as they need from the trainer in the room. Our trainers are all industry experienced personnel and happy to give context and training around the work, as needed. They are all available by phone, email and Zoom. Students will be given a workbook and assessment tool to complete, per unit. These are in Word format and once completed, can be sent through to our team for marking. Should mistakes happen, as they do through any learning, we reach out and request the answer to the particular question be resubmitted.





Sales Course

Become a Real Estate Sales Person in WA

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Sales Registration Course How many units will I need to complete: Complete 13 units from the Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice to meet the requirements of DMIRS (Department of Mines, Industry Regulations & Safety ) to become a registered Sales Person in Western Australia. About the course & our support: The course is offered as self-paced learning with the material sent through after enrolment. You will be allocated a trainer to support you through your studies and can attend the optional Student Support Sessions, once a month. These support sessions are designed for students to bring in their laptops, do the course work and ask as many questions as they need from the trainer in the room. Our trainers are all industry experienced personnel and happy to give context and training around the work, as needed. They are all available by phone, email and Zoom. Students will be given a workbook and assessment tool to complete, per unit. These are in Word format and once completed, can be sent through to our team for marking. Should mistakes happen, as they do through any learning, we reach out and request the answer to the particular question be resubmitted.





Property Management Course

Become a Property Manager in WA

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Property Management How many units will I need to complete: Complete 12 units from the Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice to meet the requirements of DMIRS (Department of Mines, Industry Regulations & Safety) to become a registered Property Manager in Western Australia. About the course & our support: The course is offered as self-paced learning with the material sent through after enrolment. You will be allocated a trainer to support you through your studies and can attend the optional Student Support Sessions, once a month. These support sessions are designed for students to bring in their laptops, do the course work and ask as many questions as they need from the trainer in the room. Property managers oversee the asset management of residential and commercial properties. These tasks include arranging maintenance, collecting rent, following up any arrears, property inspections and other tasks, as they arise for the clients who own the property. The hours of a property manager are normally around 9-5 and done Monday to Friday. The hours and income are more stable than the sales industry, where flexibility are crucial. Our trainers are all industry experienced personnel and happy to give context and training around the work, as needed. They are all available by phone, email and Zoom. Students will be given a workbook and assessment tool to complete, per unit. These are in Word format and once completed, can be sent through to our team for marking. Should mistakes happen, as they do through any learning, we reach out and request the answer to the particular question be resubmitted.





Become registered as a Property Manager & Sales Person

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Unrestricted Registration Course – Full Cert IV in Real Estate Practice How many units will I need to complete: Complete all 18 units of the Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice and have the freedom to move between roles of sales person or property manager. About the course & our support: You will learn both sides of the industry in your course and also meet part of the educational requirements, to be a licensee responsible for all compliance within an office. For anyone not sure which way to go, but certain they are making a move into an industry for a long term change, this qualification could be the best option for you. The course is offered as self-paced learning with the material sent through after enrolment. You will be allocated a trainer to support you through your studies and can attend the optional Student Support Sessions, once a month. These support sessions are designed for students to bring in their laptops, do the course work and ask as many questions as they need from the trainer in the room. Our trainers are all industry experienced personnel and happy to give context and training around the work, as needed. They are all available by phone, email and Zoom. Students will be given a workbook and assessment tool to complete, per unit. These are in Word format and once completed, can be sent through to our team for marking. Should mistakes happen, as they do through any learning, we reach out and request the answer to the particular question be resubmitted.





Full Cert IV in Real Estate Practice (Unrestricted)

Property Manager Restriction Removal

Remove the restriction to registration for Property Managers who completed the 2007 based CPP40307 Certificate IV in Property Services by completing extra bridging units.

We currently offer Cert III and Cert IV in Real Estate Practice for trainees.

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The traineeship pathway is one in which you undertake your study within the working environment of a real estate office. As the training company, we work with you and your supervisor in meeting the needs of the course and supporting you through the work. You benefit from learning from an active real estate office, using their systems, procedures and software, and having guidance from a supervisor within that office. The government have differing subsidies and funding available to the business, so please check in with us as to what is on offer, at the time of doing the course. Please note, a traineeship can only be done once you are employed within an office and with the support of the office as well. They take responsibility for you and your pay, while you learn and undertake roles and tasks for them. If you have a workplace in mind, and they are not aware of this pathway, please have the employer reach out to us so we can talk them through the process and if it’s the right model for them.
Trainees receive a full qualification over their traineeship and most of our real estate trainees are registered in sales or property management, within the first 3-6 months. Our trainers are all industry experienced personnel and happy to give context and training around the work, as needed. They are all available by phone, email and Zoom. Students will be given a workbook and assessment tool to complete, per unit. These are in Word format and once completed, can be sent through to our team for marking. Should mistakes happen, as they do through any learning, we reach out and request the answer to the particular question be resubmitted.





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Regional Students

We also work with regional students in WA and are happy to accommodate Zoom Support sessions in order to assist you meet your educational aims. The property industry in WA is dynamic, exciting and provides professional and personal growth. 

Incentives and Subsidies

Federal Incentive

$1,500 (paid at 6 months) and $2,500 paid at the completion of the qualification.

  • FULL-TIME TRAINEES: Must be a new worker and not have completed a certificate III or higher in the last 7 years. If they have completed a certificate III while they were at school, that is ok.

  • PART-TIME TRAINEES: There is only $1,500 on completion.

Even if they do have a prior qualification, they can still undertake the traineeship and receive the state incentives and wage subsidy.

State Incentive

Total of $2,125 – $1,062.50 paid at 6 months and $1,062.50 paid on completion.

  • Available for new workers only (Employed less than 3 months full time, or less than 12 months casual or part time. They will need to be part time or full time to undertake the traineeship).

  • It doesn’t matter if they have completed a prior qualification.

Wage Subsidy

The federal government will pay 50% of your wages (for 12 months from the date of the sign up) capped at $7,000 per quarter.
There are restrictions on existing workers as per below.

  • An existing worker transfers from a casual employment arrangement to a part-time or full-time

  • An existing worker transfers from a part-time employment arrangement to full-time.

  • If they are full time and an existing worker, they are not eligible for the wage subsidy or any other funding.

  • If they have already completed a Cert IV or Diploma in Business they are not eligible for wage subsidy.

*Trainees who qualify for a funded Traineeship through the Department of Training and Workforce Development (DTWD) will be charged as per the published rates on the DTWD Jobs and Skills WA website.


The student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

 

Additional fees may apply such as Student Resource fees.
Refer to our resources page for details on Aspire’s fees and charges policy, or call us on (08) 6460 0965.