Real estate, business and conveyancing agents
Training for conveyancing agents
If you want to become a conveyancing agent in the Northern Territory (NT), you need to do a training course.
Training can only be delivered by a registered training organisation (RTO).
To be a qualified conveyancing agent, you must complete the following units of the Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing (BSB61115):
- take instructions in relation to a transaction (BSBCNV501)
- read and interpret a legal document and provide advice (BSBCNV502)
- analyse and interpret legal requirements for a transaction (BSBCNV503)
- prepare legal documents (BSBCNV504)
- finalise the conveyancing transaction (BSBCNV505)
- establish and manage a trust account (BSBCNV506)
- identify and conduct searches (BSBCNV601)
- apply the principles of contract law (BSBLEG415)
- apply the principles of the law of torts (BSBLEG416)
- apply legal principles in property law matters (BSBLEG512)
- apply legal principles in corporation law matters (BSBLEG513)
- manage risk (BSBRSK501)
- make decisions in a legal context (FNSACC413)
- develop and nurture relationships with clients, other professionals and third party referrers (FNSCUS501)
- apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry (FNSINC401).
You can use a unit of equivalent value to replace any of the above.
Find out more about the course on the Australian Government's training website.
You can re-apply for a conveyancing agent licence with no evidence of training if you have had an NT conveyancing agent licence in the last three years.
For more information contact Licensing NT or a registered training organisation.
You can complete your conveyancing agent training through one of the following RTOs.
RTOs can request to have their details added or updated.
For more information, contact Licensing NT by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: 05 February 2020