REIV Traineeships offer you the opportunity to combine work and study as you complete your license course

Complete the CPP40307 - Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate) at the same time as you enter or continue to work in the industry. The program is delivered through a combination of workplace training, REIV trainer support, learning materials and workplace visits.

Traineeships are an effective and efficient way to complete your licence course while continuing to build practical skills in the workplace.

The full licence qualification offers a range of opportunities to develop your career prospects. As a licensed estate agent, you can act on behalf of a vendor, landlord, purchaser or tenant in Victoria to sell, lease or manage real estate or business.

A traineeship may be offered to an individual who is employed on a full or part-time (minimum 13 hours per week) basis in the real estate industry.

The REIV will work with the employer and trainee to develop an individualised training plan. Trainees have up to 24 months to complete the course if they are full time and up to 48 months if part time.

The trainee will have access to an experienced and qualified REIV trainer-assessor.
The trainer will have at least monthly contact with the trainee through workplace visits, phone
discussions and/or other means.

The student fees are dependent on the individual’s eligibility for Victorian Government funding (Skills First). This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. Learn more about Fees, Charges & Refunds.

The trainee will receive REIV learning material to support their workplace based learning.

Want to know more?

Contact our Traineeship Coordinator (link to email [email protected]) who will work with you to identify the pathway that best suits your goals, lifestyle and learning style.


Students need to be able to demonstrate that they can perform a given task/s in order to be deemed competent. Students are provided with appropriate training to facilitate the learning to achieve competency.

Assessment methods include

  • written tasks, including reports & short answer question,
  • undertaking projects
  • analysis of case studies
  • simulation of common industry scenarios through role plays.
  • formulating and presenting a portfolio
  • third party reports