CPD Courses

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Here at REIT, we strongly believe in the power and importance of ongoing learning.

Your learning journey doesn't end the day you receive your Licence - in fact, that's just the start!

The Continuing Professional Development education program is a legislative requirement and forms part of the qualification framework. It has been designed to enable property representatives to continue to update their knowledge and skills in the areas of industry developments, legislative change and work practices.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is an investment in your real estate career progression. In a dynamic environment where the economy, legislation and technology are constantly changing it is important for Property Representatives to evolve to stay  relevant.

All licensees are required to undertake a minimum of 8 Continuing Education points each year. The REIT’s CPD courses are approved Property Agents Board courses that count towards CPD points.


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Real Estate Institute of Tasmania

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Avoid a managing agency claim

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This is a 1 hour session.

This webinar will focus on the risks associated with being the managing agent for a residential, retail and commercial property.

Peter Moran, one of Australia’s leading lawyers, will look at a number of actual negligence cases to help you understand some of the more common risks and how to avoid them. Areas covered will include:

  • Cases indicating the tendency of the Courts to adopt a quote "narrow reading" of such agreements. What does a "narrow reading" entail? 
  • In a New South Wales Court of Appeal case, the Managing Agent sought to be indemnified following the injury of a woman slipping on a pavement outside a shopping centre. 
  • Clear delineation of the duties required of Managing Agents vis-à-vis property owners can protect Managing Agents from being found liable of acting negligently. 
  • How is the language of your agreement and your respective duties as Managing Agent likely to be legally interpreted?".  

Peter will outline some risk management strategies to help reduce your risk level.


You will leave this webinar with practical steps that you can take to reduce your risks of being exposed to a costly, time-consuming and reputation-damaging negligence claim.

Please note * This webinar has been pre recorded and questions cannot be sent throughout the presentation

Meet the Presenter

Peter Moran is a partner in Colin Biggers & Paisley, a major Australian law firm.

In 2014-15, 2016 and 2017, Peter was listed in Best Lawyers in Australia as a leading insurance lawyer. In 2015, Doyle's Guide listed Peter as a recommended Sydney professional indemnity lawyer.

He has over 30 years' extensive experience in insurance litigation. Peter has been a LawCover panel solicitor for 23 years.

He regularly presents papers and seminars to clients and the legal profession. He conducts training sessions for regional legal practitioners throughout NSW on good practice and risk management.

AUD 46.2000

Coaching your team to success

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This is a 2 hour course.

It can be so frustrating when a member of your team underperforms. You can see the potential below the surface but you seem unable to help them realise it. You may have tried to talk to them or incentivise them with salary increases, which work for a short while before they slip back to their old unproductive ways. What can you do?

This course looks at effective ways to coach your employees and increase their productivity as well helping them realise their true potential.  Setting goals and building relationships sits at the core of effective coaching.  How well you coach relates directly to how well you are able to foster a great working relationship with your employees.

This course will guide you through the coaching process.  Be prepared however, to change a few things about yourself in order to be successful. 

We have 12 objectives that will allow us to achieve the overall goal of becoming better coaches. 

Here are our learning objectives:

  • Identify the difference between mentoring and coaching,
  • Understand the GROW model.
  • Identify and set appropriate goals using the SMART method of setting goals.
  • Understand how to identify the current state or reality of your employee’s situation.
  • Identify the steps needed in defining options for your employee
  • Understand how to create a preliminary plan.
  • Finalise a plan or wrap it up motivating your employee to work within them.
  • Identify the benefits of fostering trust with your employee.
  • Identify the steps in giving effective feedback.
  • Identify and overcome obstacles that hinder the growth and development of your employee.
  • Identify the end and how to transition your employee to other growth opportunities.
  • How to use both mentoring and coaching to enable long-term development through a positive relationship with your employee.

AUD 123.2000

How a Property Manager can successfully manage disagreements


This is a 1 hour video recording presented by Jo-Anne Hamilton, Kellie Eagles and Tiana Mueller. Please note the video has a locked scrub bar, therefore you are restricted from fast forwarding or rewinding the video.

You can only use the pause or play function.

You must watch the entire video until it ends to receive 100% completion. Once you have viewed the video you can proceed to the assessment.

Meet the presenters

 Jo-Anne Hamilton has nearly 30 years of experience in real estate spans almost 30 years. She specialises in property management and has managed the residential property management team of a successful Sydney agency for more than 20 years.

In addition to property management Jo-Anne specialises in, and has a passion for, communication – a vital ingredient for success in real estate. Along with her Licence in Real Estate and Certificate IV in training she holds a Bachelor of Arts in literature and psychology, and a Masters in Organisational Communication.

Kellie Eagles is a licenced real estate agent and the Property Management Director at Elders Queanbeyan/Jerrabomberra. Kellie has been awarded the National Elders Property Manager of the year, Allhomes.com Property Manager of the Year, and was a finalist for the REINSW Property Manager of the Year.  Kellie is Deputy Chairperson of the REINSW Property Management Chapter.

 Tiana Mueller worked for a leading building and property management company in Sydney before relocating back to her home town of Wollongong where she currently works for Peter Fitzgerald Real Estate as a Property Manager. An up-and-coming young Property Manager, Tiana is also Deputy Chairperson for the REINSW Young Agents Chapter and was a panellist at REINSW’s 2015 Women In Real Estate Conference.

Please note * This webinar has been pre recorded and questions cannot be sent through. The mentioned REI course isn’t available and it isn’t a legislative requirement to issue a tenant with the final inspection report if no issues have been discovered.

AUD 55.0000

The Future of Property Management

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This is a 1 hour course.

In this webinar, Lisa Indge, John Gilmovich and Colin Rodgers have a lively discussion on changes and trends in property management.

This webinar will cover the following issues:

  • Who are the market disruptors and how can we handle them?
  • The changing landscape for property managers
  • How to cope with increasing expectations of your landlords and tenants
  • The pros and cons of outsourcing
  • How the property manager can maintain and increase relevance.

Please note * This webinar has been pre recorded and questions cannot be sent throughout the presentation


Meet the Presenters

Lisa Indge Managing Director of Let's Rent

Lisa Indge is an active member of the REINSW Property Management Chapter committee where she contributes to industry-wide change. As Managing Director of Let’s Rent, a specialist PM agency, Lisa’s expertise and experience equips her to effectively manage any situation the portfolio can throw at her and her team. She’s enormously proud of the trademark friendliness that her Let’s Rent team thrives on, and she is constantly on the lookout for ways to enhance and innovate their services.


John Gilmovich Property Management Services Professional

John Gilmovich is a property management services professional in Sydney with 23 year hands on experience in the field. Current serving as a committee member of the property management chapter of the Real Estate Institute of NSW. Former state and national property management consultant and skills trainer to the largest real estate franchise group in Australasia, with experience in the challenges of start up through to large scale business operations. Focusing strongly on building relationships within the property industry with the end result of delivering exceptional service & value to his clients. John is passionate about setting higher standards for the property management industry and has consulted to several real estate tech companies who have wanted to deliver better efficiencies to property managers. Married with two children and living in the inner west, John likes to get involved in the spirit of community's and uses his auctioneer skills to raise funds for his favourite charity organisations.

One of the few real experts in the field of property management.



Colin Rodgers General Manager of McGrath Property Management Sutherland Shire
Colin Rodgers is a career property manager – in fact he’s been involved in property management since he was 17! He is General Manager of McGrath Property Management Sutherland Shire and is currently chairman of the property management chapter of REINSW. Colin is a past recipient of the REINSW Awards for Property Manager of the year and First National’s Australia Wide Property Manager of the year.


AUD 46.2000

When to call on the market

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This is a 1 hour course.

Jesse Davidson and Leon Axford are two of the leading auctioneers in NSW.

In this webinar, they explore one of the most critical decisions for a selling agent, an auctioneer and most importantly for the vendor themselves – when to call a property as being “on the market”.

Get it right and everyone is happy – get it wrong and you could have a disaster on your hands.

This webinar will give you some insight and tools in how to help make the right decision.

Please note * This webinar has been pre recorded and questions cannot be sent throughout the presentation

Meet the Presenter

Jesse Davidson. Jesse is a senior auctioneer with auctionWORKS. Upon completing his Bachelor in Business early in 2009, Jesse accepted a position with auctionWORKS. Soon after Jesse entered and won the REINSW’s Novice Auctioneering Competition in 2010.

More recently he won the 2015 REINSW Awards for Excellence in Auctioneering and was a finalist in the 2016 event.

Jesse was also part of the NSW winning team in the recently-held State of Origin Auctioneering Competition, beating Queensland, and is the current Chairperson of the REINSW’s Auctioneers Chapter committee.

Leon Axford. Leon is an auctioneer with a background in both the residential and commercial real estate market. Running his own auction company, Leon currently conducts 600 auctions per annum.

Leon was a finalist in the Real Estate Business Auctioneer of the Year Awards in both 2015 and 2016.

AUD 46.2000

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Real Estate Institute of Tasmania

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