BECOMING AN ACCREDITED AUCTIONEER IN THE ACT
Are you a licensed real estate agent who has always wanted to try your hand at auctioneering? Our auction accreditation course will not only allow you to apply to Access Canberra for your accreditation but will give you the tools to pick up the gavel and deliver a professional performance.
All learners are required to complete a practical assessment demonstrating their ability to conduct an auction as well as completing a written/theoretical component. Training can be completed by distance learning on our easy to use learning platform.
To obtain an Auction Accreditation, applicants are required to complete the prescribed units of competency as well as hold a Class 1 or Class 2 real estate licence. They will then need to apply for their accreditation through Access Canberra.
Units Of Study
|Undertake pre-auction processes
|Conduct and complete sale by auction
|Complete post-auction process and contract execution
|Start any time
|ACT Auctioneer Accreditation
*2% admin and processing fee applies to all courses upon enrolment
Participants will undergo a blended training method utilising the online delivery for the theoretical components along with an interactive workshop for the practical elements required to gain competency in this qualification.
Our online training facility is unlike many in the industry. User-friendly, easy to navigate, and offering great support your online training program. This will allow you to complete your training course in your own time and at your own pace. Via the portal learners have access to trainers via email who are able to assist with any queries that arise.
Once the theoretical component is completed, learners will be engaged with one of our highly skilled trainers, who will guide them through the practical components on implementing everything that has been learned. This includes structuring an auction performance, effective property descriptions and bidding patters.
Assessments are graded within a short period of time with feedback and comments submitted for review.