You can complete the course at home at your own pace and you will be allocated a Tutor to support you every step of the way. Our tutors are all real estate professionals with real estate licences and many years’ experience. We also offer multiple ways for you to complete your study plus we run weekly tutorial sessions to help you understand the content and what is required to complete the assessments.
It represents a different challenge to all students. We have found if you read the course manuals before you commence study then the assessments are easier to complete. Our friendly tutors are available to help with any queries you have. We also provide a weekly evening tutorial session. If you need support, please reach out to us.
Unfortunately, you can’t get a student loan to complete the course with us as we are a private training establishment and do not qualify.
A tutor is available on weekdays between 9am and 3.30pm and as a TAFE College student you’ll be able to contact them by phone, email, ZOOM or you can make an appointment for one-on-one assistance. We encourage you to reach out if you are facing any problems.
One-hour coaching sessions are held on Wednesday evenings at 6pm via ZOOM. There is a weekly newsletter providing updates on the course, the industry, and employment opportunities.
Students are always welcome to come into TAFE College if they need a quiet place to study. Please contact us in advance so we can make arrangements for you.
If you get an answer wrong, we will let you know. You always have the option of phoning us if you cannot see where you went wrong. You have three attempts to pass your assignment. Most students will get the answer right on the first or second attempt. However, if a third (final) submission is required, you should contact your tutor for guidance and support.
As this is a correspondence course you can complete it at your own speed. The quickest would be about six weeks but the course is for 26 weeks.
It is impossible to provide a definitive answer as that will vary depending on your pre-existing knowledge. As a general rule, one NZQA credit is equal to ten notional hours of learning. The salespersons programme has a value of 50 credits which equates to 500 notional hours of learning.
There are 13 unit standards.
If you are a New Zealand permanent resident or citizen then yes, you can. We have had students complete the course while overseas.
Unfortunately, we cannot take international students as we are not a signatory to the Tertiary and International Learners Code. We apologise for the inconvenience.
You need to let us know of any change in circumstances. We will look at your situation on a case-by-case basis and discuss this with you. You will need to have completed some units before an extension is granted.
Email email@example.com or phone +09 414 1300 us with your full name and date of birth so we can look up your details and advise you of any exemptions.
We have a relationship with a real estate recruitment company and are happy to pass on their details. We are also happy to discuss some key points that you should consider when approaching offices.