Becoming a Conveyancer

To become a conveyancer you usually have to complete an accredited course in conveyancing and possess two years of practical experience.

Conveyancers must undertake ongoing professional development each year to retain their licence.

Licensing and/or registration of conveyancers is required in every State.

Conveyancers are generally known as settlement agents in Western Australia.

National licensing for conveyancers is being discussed and may commence in 2016.

 

For further information, click on the links below:

 

North Metropolitan Tafe

Perth Campus

12, 19, 25 & 30 Aberdeen Street

NORTHBRIDGE WA 6003

Phone: 1300 300 822

Email: enquiry@central.wa.edu.au

http://www.central.wa.edu.au/Pages/default.aspx

A Diploma of Conveyancing

 

 

Department of Commerce

http://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/consumerprotection/content/Licences/Settlement_Industry/Licensing.html