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CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice

Under the 2020 NSW real estate and property industry reforms, individuals wishing to apply to Fair Trading NSW for a certificate of registration as an Assistant Real Estate Agent or a Class 2 Real Estate Licence are required to complete all, or part, of the CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice.

Studying with a high-quality and reputable education provider like Kaplan Professional, helped launch my career in real estate. Although you learn a lot on the job, studying with Kaplan Professional prepared me with the knowledge and skills required for the real estate industry. I started my role with a solid understanding and expectation of the industry, which made me feel confident in the workplace. I still refer to my subject notes and materials to apply what I learned for day-to-day tasks in my role.

Imogen Howe

CPP41419 Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice

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