Assessment Road Map
Once you have paid your initial invoice, you will be emailed all the information you need to commence and complete the process. Including, how to access your Portal, where you will find a list of the all the documents you need to upload and instructions on how to upload them.

 

Step One.
Credit Transfer.
The credit transfer process involves reviewing, verifying and assessing the authenticity, validity and currency of the relevant official evidence submitted. This process often requires discretion and confidentiality to protect learners’ privacy. Where practicable a USI Transcript is the preferred source for verifying a learner’s academic record. CT may be restricted or even prohibited by specific state-based licensing legislation or regulations - generally because of currency requirements.
If the academic information provided in this application cannot be verified, we will inform you and adjust your Assessment plan to apply for RPL for those units instead of Credit Transfer.

 

Step Two.
RPL Process.
4 stages are used to assess your prior learning.

1. Portfolio of Documents
Your Portal will have a list of the following items plus a section for you to upload them

  • Current Employment Statement (signed by your employer on company letterhead) - click here
  • Knowledge Letter (signed by a Licensed Estate Agent on company letterhead) - click here
  • Skills Letter (signed by a Licensed Estate Agent on company letterhead) - click here
  • List of your or your office's Current Sales Listings
  • List of your or your office's Current Rental Listings
  • List of your or your office's Recently Sold Properties
  • List of your or your office's Recently Leased Properties
  • A copy of your detailed pre-listing kit
  • A copy of your personal profile found on the internet
  • A copy of materials that you or your office use for letterbox drops
  • An internet ad that you or your office use to market a Property for Sale
  • A brochure that you or your office use to market a Property for Sale
  • An internet ad that you or your office use to market a Property for Rent
  • A brochure that you or your office use to market a Property for Rent
  • A copy of a direct marketing email that you or your office has sent
  • A photo of a signboard
  • A copy of an email that you would send a landlord
  • A copy of an email that you would send a tenant
  • A copy of an email that you would send a vendor
  • A copy of an email that you would send a buyer
  • A copy of a completed rental agreement (residential tenancy agreement)
  • A copy of a bond lodgement form or bond lodgement receipt
  • A copy of tenancy application form
  • A reference checklist for a tenancy application
  • A copy a completed notice to vacate
  • A copy of a completed condition report
  • Copies of client testimonials about you or your office
  • Copy of an Appraisal or a CMA or a Property Report
  • A copy of a completed contract of sale
  • A property marketing plan/schedule for sale
  • A property marketing plan/schedule for lease
  • A copy of a completed listing authority (for sale)
  • A copy of a completed listing authority (for lease)
  • A sample of a trust account receipt
  • A copy of your trust account management and administration policies and procedure manual for your workplace
  • A sample a rental statement
  • A copy of your up-to-date Resume/CV
  • A copy of any current or expired Real Estate Registrations/Licences
  • Written Assessment (4020)
  • Written Assessment (4006)
  • Written Assessment (406)

Once you’ve uploaded the above documents and submit. Our Head Assessor will assess them, we will contact you if anything needs to be amended, you will have unlimited attempts to resubmit via your Portal.

2. Competency Conversation:
Our Assessor, Raymond Kuceli, will contact you and pre-arrange suitable times and tell you how best to prepare for these sessions.

The Competency Conversations is the stage of the process, in which the Assessor confirms the prior learning of the candidate by discussing a series of topics. Each of these topics includes a series of Key Points, which may assist the Assessor in guiding the discussions. During the interview the candidate will be required to answer a broad range of predetermined and relevant questions that will aid the assessor in gaining a full picture of the candidate’s competence against the units of competency that make up the qualification.

Please be prepared for this process to take some time. Allow at least two to three hours per unit.

To prepare you for the Competency Conversations, the topics are found in your Assessment Plan.

3. Technical Interview:
Our Assessor, Raymond Kuceli, will contact you and pre-arrange suitable times and tell you how best to prepare for these sessions.

The Technical Interview is the stage of the process, in which the Assessor confirms the skills and knowledge of the candidate by discussing a series of questions. Each of these questions includes a series of Key Points, which may assist the Assessor in guiding the discussions.

Please be prepared for this process to take some time. Allow at least two to three hours per unit.

To prepare you for the Technical Interview, the topics are found in your Assessment Plan.

4. Skills Role Plays:
Our Assessor, Raymond Kuceli, will contact you and pre-arrange suitable times and tell you how best to prepare for these sessions.

The Skills Role Plays is the stage of the process, in which the Assessor and the candidate confirm the skills by performing a series of scenarios. Each of these scenarios includes a series of Key Points, which may assist the Assessor in guiding the discussions.

Please be prepared for this process to take some time. Allow at least two to three hours per unit.

To prepare you for the the Skills Role Plays, a sample of the Skills Role Plays topics topics are found in your Assessment Plan.

Overall Assessment:
If Satisfactory, RPL is Granted. If Not Satisfactory, the candidate will be required to complete the unit via CA.

 

Step Three.
Competency Assessment (CA)
Completing Training and Assessment for the units we’ve identified in your tailored Assessment Plan.
5 stages are used to assess your retained learning.
Verbal Questions, Written Questions, Verbal Case Studies, Written Case Studies, Role Plays

Your Portal will give you access to the training and assessment materials and a complete set of instructions. You may complete the training and the assessment activities at your own pace.

Overall Assessment:
If Satisfactory, Competency is Awarded. If Not Satisfactory, the candidate will have 3 opportunities to reattempt. After the 3rd attempt, if still Not Satisfactory, the student will be assessed as Not yet competent.

Please be prepared for this process to take some time. Allow at least two to three hours per unit.

 

Step Four
Results Issued
You will receive an invoice to pay any outstanding balance of your course fees and you will be issued your results for each of the units of competency completed.

Depending on your course, this may include:
Statement of Attainment - aka Record of Results
Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate) - aka Testamur Transcript of Results