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As part of the new reforms, the new CPD arrangements commenced from the 23 March 2020.
Further information on CPD can be found on the Property Professionals page of the NSW Fair Trading website.
Licence and certificate holders must retain their own records of any Compulsory, Elective or Business Skills topics completed.
Licence and Certificate holders will also be required to provide evidence to the Department of NSW Fair Trading that they have completed the required CPD Hours from the relevant CPD Learning Areas
SCA (NSW) Members CPD records will be maintained by the association, however individuals are advised to retain their own records and must provide these records as evidence if requested by NSW Fair Trading.
To request a replacement CPD Certificate (issued prior to 01/05/2020), please click here.
CPD Certificates issued after the 01/05/2020 will be available to download from your Member Portal on our Education e-Learning Platform.
The new CPD arrangements do not provide for the carry-over of CPD from one year to the next.
However, to assist in transitioning to the new arrangements, Licence holders can bring forward any CPD undertaken before the reforms start on 23 March 2020 if the CPD was completed within the licence year immediately preceding their first renewal under the new system.
Three (3) CPD points under the previous arrangements will be counted as equivalent to 1 hour of CPD (not points), and the carry-over CPD will be credited only towards elective learning requirements.
Note: This carry-over arrangement will only be available during the first year of the new licensing system (23 March 2020 – 22 March 2021).
As Assistant Agents are required to complete units from their related Certificate IV qualification, units completed since the certificate holder’s last renewal can be carried forward.
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