This is range of important information for students at the REIV.
All students enrolling in Auction, Sales, Property Management, Commercial or Business Sales courses must have completed their Agent’s Representative course as a minimum prerequisite.
Students with disabilities can be accommodated by contacting the Training department on 9205 6666.
Literacy & numeracy
Students are required to have acquired the following competencies in order to enrol in an REIV course: reading, comprehending and discussing printed information in English; writing simple sentences; using and analysing simple data, relations and patterns; and understanding numbers, measurements and shapes.
The REIV is accredited with the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA) as Registered Training Organisation 4042. The Agent's Representative course leads to a Statement of Attainment, the units of competency that will appear on the Statement can be found on the Agent's Representative Course webpage. The Licence Course leads to the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) qualification CPP40307 Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate). The unit of competencies in the qualification are listed on the Licence Course Unit Synopsis.
The Agent's Representative course is run most weeks of the year for 5 days as well as part time at night. The Licence course can be completed in 12 months by attending 7 hours of class every two weeks. Students may choose to complete sooner than this by completing units via distance education or by taking more classes. On average for each hour in class students will take up to 3.5 hours to understand the material and complete assessments.
The REIV is a smoke-free zone.
There is no parking on-site for students. Course attendees may park in the student carpark located on Butler St at the rear of the REIV.
Mobile phones must not be used in the reception area and should be turned off during classes.
The REIV is a professional business environment and course attendees are expected to dress accordingly.
While attending the REIV, students should be mindful that they are representing the industry and should behave in a professional manner. The REIV reserves the right to request aggressive or disruptive students to leave the building.
The REIV provides the following support to its students.
In-class presentation of assessment requirements
Liaison via email with a qualified assessor for questions about assessment requirements
Referral to language, literacy or numeracy assistance where necessary
Support to provide alternative assessment where special needs are identified
Pre-training literacy and numeracy assessments to help students and the REIV identify training needs
Limitation on Attendance
No student is allowed to attend classes for more than 8 hours in a day
Maps and Forms
Policies and Procedures
All course materials are subject to copyright and should not be copied in part or full without the permission of the REIV Training Manager. The REIV will take legal action in relation to copyright breaches.
How to register for a course
There are four options:
Venue and facilities
The majority of the training programs are conducted at the REIV, 335 Camberwell Road, Camberwell. A number of programs are conducted at metropolitan and regional/rural locations. Registrants will be advised of the venue details if they are not listed when their registration is confirmed.
The REIV is required to comply with the Privacy Act and respects your right to privacy. To enable the REIV to process your registration, you are requested to provide your personal details. The information you provide to the REIV will only be used to process your registration and provide you with information about future training opportunities. Click here to view the REIV’s Privacy Statement. To access your personal information or to update or correct it, you may contact the REIV on (03) 9205 6666, via email
or in writing to PO Box 443, Camberwell 3124.
REIV Traineeship program
Charges for the REIV Traineeship program are subject to government requirements. Fees charged for the Traineeship program comply with the Higher Education and Skills Group guidelines and concessions are available to Trainees upon presentation of a Health Care Card. For more information please refer to the Traineeship information page on the REIV website.
Training services are provided to eligible students with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. Students with a disability are encouraged to access government subsidised training.
Please note that all course dates are subject to change and additional dates may be scheduled for some courses subject to demand.
The REIV will regularly notify all Member agencies of any special events, seminars, special offers and other relevant training information via email. These emails are forwarded to each Member agency at the central agency address. To ensure your address is correct, please contact the Membership department on 9205 6652.
Customised or Regional Training
The REIV Training department is committed to bringing training to Members outside the metropolitan area. Many courses listed in the REIV course program can be delivered at any location. Interested agents should contact their local REIV division and formally request the course(s) they want delivered in that area. Alternatively the REIV offers customised training to all Members who require tailored courses delivered in-house.
Contact REIV Training on 9205 6666 to discuss this further or to submit a training request.
In 2011 The Real Estate Institute of Victoria entered into the 2012 Service Agreement Skills for Victoria Program with the Higher Education and Skills Group (formerly known as Skills Victoria).
The Skills for Victoria program is the vehicle through which registered education and training organisations such as the Real Estate Institute of Victoria will be contracted to deliver government subsidised Training Services to eligible individuals under the Victorian Training Guarantee.
To fulfil the Real Estate Institute of Victoria's obligations under this agreement, we are required to publish a number of documents on our website for public viewing. These documents relate to audit and quality reporting in relation to government funded courses provided by the Real Estate Institute of Victoria.
VRQA Registration Audit Report 2009
REIV VRQA 2009 Audit Report
2011 Quality Indicators Report
These indicators are based on a survey of 37 students and 11 employers. This sample represents 1.1 percent of this organisation’s training delivery in the 2011 calendar year. The students and employers surveyed for these indicators were selected by this organisation in accordance with national guidelines
Quality Indicators – Learner Survey – 2011
Quality Indicators – Employer Survey – 2011
Competency completions, in this case, is a measure of volume.
Quality Indicators – Competency Completion – 2011