Premium Residential Logbook & NQF Level 4 Real Estate Bundled Course
As a new or Intern Agent in South Africa, you must complete your Intern Logbook Portfolio of Evidence (PoE) or EAAB Logbook as it is sometimes referred to, within 12 months from the date your Fidelity Fund Certificate (FFC) is first issued. The PropAcademy Intern Logbook: Premium course is designed to enable you to complete your logbook within 3-months. Thereafter, you can add to the logbook during the remaining nine months, allowing you to put this statutory requirement behind you and get on with the business of dealing in property.
ServicesSETA (SSETA) governs, controls and monitors education standards. Our real estate industry falls under SSETA Trade and Industry. It is legislated that in order to become a full status property practitioner, you must be found competent in the outcomes based NQF Level 4 Real Estate. This qualification has 150 credits, which equates to 1 500 notional hours.
To qualify for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) in this qualification, you must have been a property practitioner for no less than 12-months and be able to perform the outcomes of the full qualification. If this is the case, please access our NQF4 RPL course which can be completed over a 12-week period.
If you cannot provide proof that you have passed Mathematics and a 2nd South African language at a Matric level, then you will need to purchase the relevant bridging courses through PropAcademy. The NQF Level 3 Functional Mathematics Course and/or the NQF Level 3 Literacy Course. These bridging courses carry specific unit standards that are essential to obtaining your NQF4 and cannot be exempted against based on equivalent subjects passed in other qualifications. You would not start with these bridging courses, you would first complete your NQF4 and then once your NQF4 is ready to submit, you would start with your bridging courses.
Click the “Take this Course” button below to purchase this Intern Logbook & NQF4 Bundled course for estate agents today! You will complete the Logbook course over 3-months and then the NQF4 over a further 6-months.