Commissioner's Information Bulletin 682

Property Services - Traineeships

Date of effect: 14 June 2019

Bulletin Information

In this new Commissioner's Information Bulletin (CIB) four traineeship vocations are deleted and the associated five qualifications are deleted.

  • Property Services - Agency
    • CPP30211 Certificate III in Property Services (Agency)
  • Property Services - Operations
    • CPP30311 Certificate III in Property Services (Operations)
    • CPP40611 Certificate IV in Property Services (Operations)
  • Property Services - Real Estate
    • CPP40307 Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate)
  • Property Services - Stock and Station Agency
    • CPP40407 Certificate IV in Property Services (Stock and Station Agency)

One traineeship vocation is established. Two new real estate practice qualifications are linked.

  • Property Services - Real Estate Practice
    • Certificate III in Real Estate Practice CPP31519 is deemed equivalent.
    • Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice CPP41419 is deemed not equivalent.

All other Vocations associated with the Property Services Training Packages CPPv8.0 and CPP07v14.5 remain in Commissioner's Information Bulletin 670.

  • Asset Maintenance - Cleaning Operations and Management
  • Asset Maintenance - Fire Protection Inspection and Testing
  • Asset Maintenance - Pest Management
  • Asset Maintenance - Swimming Pool and Spa Service
  • Asset Maintenance - Waste Management
  • Surveying
  • Surveying and Spatial Information Services

Qualifications, structure and packaging

Transition Arrangements

Industrial arrangements

Licensing and regulatory arrangements

Competency based completion

School based traineeships

Registered training organisations

Funding arrangements

Inspecting Vocational Training Orders

Enquiries

For any enquiries regarding this Commissioner's Information Bulletin, please contact Apprenticeships and Traineeships on (02) 8267 7704. To find a job in an apprenticeship or traineeship search here.

For implementation of new pathways in relation to this Training Package profile please contact Max Wilson, Communications, Finance Industries and Property Services Ltd (ACFIPS) NSW ITAB on mobile 0407 070 840.

Approved by David Collins
the Commissioner for Vocational Training


Job Descriptions

Property Services - Trainees

Certificate IV trainees will work in enterprises, government agencies and community organisations employing home sustainability assessors and in organisations funding home sustainability programs:

  • developing and implementing a sustainability assessment plan
  • evaluating energy and water consumption
  • evaluating the garden and environs
  • evaluating options for waste management
  • providing expert advice on sustainable choices for all of the above (both structural and behavioural change)
  • providing quality customer service on assessment of sustainability
  • maintaining workplace safety in the property industry
  • developing a risk assessment plan for Sustainability Assessors

Certificate III trainees will acquire skills to prepare them to work as an agent's representative in a real estate and/or stock and station agency. Trainees will receive elementary training in the law and practice of selling and leasing property, maintaining workplace safety, meeting customer needs and expectations and using and maintaining property and client information databases.

Certificate IV trainees will acquire the knowledge and skills needed to meet conditions for a real estate agent's licence. Trainees will learn about:

  • the legal liability and responsibility of estate agents
  • real estate accounting requirements
  • the management of client and agency relationships
  • the listing and sale of properties
  • property leasing
  • conduct auctions
  • property management
  • property appraisals and risk management
  • livestock buying and /or selling
  • auctioneering
  • contract development
  • procurement processes
  • monitor building facilities
  • property and merchandise sales
  • arranging finance and insurance
  • pastoral inspections
  • stud stock or wool
    Successful completion of specified units of competency will qualify the trainee for a stock and station agent's licence.

Upon Successful completion of specified units of competency will qualify the trainee for a strata managing agent's licence.

Certificate III trainees will work as part of a strata community management team and will assist with the administration of strata communities by facilitating meetings of strata community members, monitoring the condition of building facilities and maintaining financial records associated with the management of strata communities.

Certificate IV trainees will work independently but may operate as part of a strata community management team. In this role the trainee will perform functions associated with the administration of strata communities, including facilitating meetings of strata community members, administering insurance for strata communities, handling strata community funds, as weel as maintaining business records and reporting on the financial activities of strata communities.

Certificate II level trainees are people entering the security industry who want to work in the technical area. The work will involve the installation of security systems, closed circuit television (CCTV) systems and associated cabling.
Trainees will learn to:

  • communicate effectively in the security industry
  • follow workplace safety procedures in the security industry
  • work effectively in the security industry
  • provide technical security services to clients
  • install security equipment and systems
  • perform routine maintenance on security equipment and systems
  • install, maintain and modify customer premises communication cabling: Australian Communications Authority (ACA) Restricted Rule

Certificate III level trainees will advance their skills through work to install, maintain and modify security systems, CCTV systems and associated cabling. Training will be given in a range of different technologies from stand lone alarm systems to fully integrated access control and Internet Provider CCTV systems.
In support of these competencies, trainees will learn to:

  • maintain workplace safety in the security industry
  • coordinate a quality security service to customers
  • identify technical security requirements
  • program security equipment and system
  • test installed security equipment and system
  • commission and decommission security equipment and system
  • identify and diagnose electronic security equipment and system fault
  • plan and coordinate installation of security equipment and system
  • maintain and service security equipment and system
  • install, maintain and modify customer premises communication cabling: ACA Open Rule

Property Services - Home Sustainability Assessment - Traineeship

Date of effect 26 April 2013
Qualification CPP41110 Certificate IV in Home Sustainability Assessment
Terms of training Full time:
  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
Part-time: See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships
Probationary period 2 months

Property Services - Real Estate Practice - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 14 June 2019
Qualification
Terms of traineeship Full-time: Part-time: See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships
School based

CPP31519 Certificate III in Real Estate Practice
The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 100 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period 2 months

Property Services - Strata Community Management - Traineeships

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 14 June 2016
Qualifications
Terms of traineeships Full-time:
  • CPP30416 Certificate III in Strata Community Management
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPP40516 Certificate IV in Strata Community Management where the trainee holds CPP30416 Certificate III in Strata Community Management
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
Part-time: See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships
Probationary period 2 months

Technical Security - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 16 December 2011
Courses of study
Terms of training Full-time:
  • CPP20307 Certificate II in Technical Security
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • CPP30507 Certificate III in Technical Security
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
Part-time:
See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships
School based

CPP20307 Certificate II in Technical Security
The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 100 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period 2 months
Page last updated: 14 June 2019