Real estate and mortgage broking traineeships NSW

Government-funded real estate and mortgage broking courses

Entry Education is pleased to offer the following state funded real estate and mortgaging broking courses:

  • Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice (CPP41419) OR
  • Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking (FNS40821)

If you are newly employed in real estate or finance and mortgage broking, Entry Education holds a NSW government Smart & Skilled contract, enabling eligible Entry Education students to access these courses under a NSW traineeship arrangement. Once you commence either course, you’ll be well on the way to your new career! Don’t miss this chance!

Government-Funded Traineeship coursework

The coursework for your Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice (CPP41419) or Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking (FNS40821) must be undertaken through a Registered Training Organisation, such as Entry Education (RTO 41529).

Each real estate/mortgage broking traineeship in NSW requires you to complete core and elective units related to the sector you plan to work in.

To qualify:

  • For Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice (CPP41419), you’ll need to complete 18 units in total.
  • For a Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking (FNS40821), you’ll need to complete 12 units of study.

At Entry Education, all students complete their mortgage broking or real estate traineeship in NSW for 12 months or longer, with allocated time to devote to their studies. You’re assured of world-class student support from the trainers at Entry Education.

Get government funding

  • Real estate traineeships
  • Finance and mortgage broking traineeships
  • Online course + virtual workshop
  • After hours support
  • No due dates
  • Workplace learning and support
  • Up to two years to complete your traineeship

Here are some factors that determine you eligibility to enrol in this government funded real estate traineeship and mortgage broking traineeship:

  • You must be employed or about to be employed in the relevant industry to your study.
  • You must have been employed in your current job for less than three months full time or 12 months part time.
  • You must not have previously completed the qualification you seek to enrol into.
  • You must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident or New Zealand citizen who has been in Australia for 6 plus months.

If you are currently unemployed, we may be able to help. The expert staff at Entry Recruitment can work on your behalf to find a position for you in the industry at no cost to you. Please call Entry Recruitment at 1800 518 186 for more information and a free consultation.

Traineeships are work-study arrangements that combine practical experience with formal training through a registered training organisation such as Entry Education (RTO 41529).

Traineeships also:

  • require between one and two years to complete
  • requires a valid training contract between the trainee and the employer
  • provide skills and experience that are highly valued by prospective employers.

Your current employer, or the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network, can contact Entry Education about your traineeship and your decision to complete one of the courses offered.

Once you’ve decided to complete your course with Entry Education, we will:

  • we will test your LLN (language, literacy and numeracy) skills to ensure you’ll be able to succeed in your course
  • ask you to fill out a couple of forms and sign a training agreement
  • talk with your participating employer about your training needs to ensure you get the instructions and hands-on experience to succeed in real estate
  • confirm that your employer can provide the training resources and facilities you need.
  • Once that’s all done, you can begin your Certificate IV course, combined with practical work experience. Before you know it, you’ll be on your way to success!
  • In some instances, we’ll be able to count your existing knowledge and life experience as recognition of prior learning (RPL) towards your certificate.

To get started with either a real estate traineeship or mortgage broker traineeship in NSW, fill in the green form below.

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Government-funded NSW traineeships

Think you might be eligible for government-funded real estate or mortgage broker training in NSW? Entry Education have become accredited to provide traineeships in NSW. Here’s what you need to know about these types of courses:

What are training contracts?

A training contract is a legally enforceable agreement designed to protect the interests of both trainees and their employers. Signed training contracts outline the rights and obligations of both sides to the agreement and are used to register trainees with the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network and the NSW Government.

The training contract will include the following:

  • a training plan that specifies the weekly hours of employment and training the trainee should receive
  • problem-resolution procedures for on-the-job training arrangements

The Australian Apprenticeship Support Network will provide a list of approved apprenticeship providers, as well as special support for trainees and apprentices who require it.

What is a training plan?

A training plan specifies the training and assessment standards that will apply during a your traineeship – regardless of the course undertaken.

A training plan will detail:

  • how often training will take place
  • where training will take place
  • the type of assessment that will be used.

Each training plan is tailored to an individual trainee and is formulated in cooperation with the employer and the supervising registered training organisation (e.g. Entry Education).

A customised training plan should be created within the first three months of the traineeship and should reflect both the needs of your employing business and the needs of the trainee.

Entry Education follows NSW Government guidelines for each training plan across all real estate and mortgage broking NSW traineeships and ensures that students/trainees have input into their development. See the NSW training plan guidelines for further information.

What are the costs for the NSW traineeship program?

The NSW Government’s Smart and Skilled program provides funded training courses designed to help job-seekers gain employment and advance in their chosen profession. This means currently selected apprenticeships and traineeships in NSW are now available to you or your employer, providing you register with Smart and Skilled contracted RTO like Entry Education. You can complete either a real estate traineeship in NSW or a mortgage broking traineeship in NSW.

Find out more about the NSW Government’s Smart and Skilled program here.

Please find the NSW Government’s Smart and Skilled Fee Administration Policy here.

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Let’s launch your career

Want to become a real estate agent or mortgage broker, but can’t make face-to-face classes?

Our online training will get you everywhere you want to go in the real estate or mortgage broking industry.

Our student support comes in whatever mode suits you best. Phone, email, Facetime, SMS, Skype or even pigeon post (just kidding about the pigeons).

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