Anyone wanting to become an Estate Agent in South Africa must complete a compulsory 12-month internship as set out by the Estate Agents Affairs Board (EAAB). During this period you must be exposed to all aspects of the real estate business and gain full knowledge of the industry – and this experience must be recorded in a Portfolio of Evidence (PoE). At the end of your internship, this POE must be submitted to the EAAB.
PropAcademy, an acknowledged leader in property education in South Africa, has developed innovative online courses designed to make it easy for new agents to comply with the EAAB requirements.
With our in-depth knowledge of the world of real estate in South Africa, combined with our understanding of the EAAB requirements and the pressures placed on new estate agents and their mentors, PropAcademy’s easy on-line Residential Intern Logbook Project course will guide you through your internship assignments, making your experience more meaningful and less of a burden.
M18: Product Knowledge
M19: Develop a Business Plan
M20: Develop a Marketing Plan for Specific Property
M21: Compile an Individual Development Plan
M22: Draft an Activities Schedule
M23: Analyse the Policies & Procedures of the Estate Agency Undertaking
M24: Proposal on Enhancing the Performance of a Team
M25: Prepare a Presentation of Differing Financing Options
M26: Design a Brochure on the Registration of Title Deeds & Mortgage Bonds in the Deed Office
M27: Research Project: Code of Conduct for Estate Agents
M28: Instructions and Portfolio Checklist
The course consists of:
- The Estate Agent Affairs Board (EAAB) Intern Logbook Portfolio of Evidence (PoE) manual.
- Learning material incorporating expert-supplied knowledge of the industry which will assist you with all your qualifications up to and including NQF Level 5.
- 10 Projects suggested by the board are found in modules 18 to 27. The templates guide you through the completion of each project.
- Final module is a detailed instruction on how to present your PoE to the EAAB