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Diploma of Conveyancing BSB52015

Nbi conveyancing

Overview

This qualification is designed to reflect the role of persons carrying out conveyancing work in a range of environments. At this level individuals are expected to apply theoretical and specialist skills in a range of situations and to display initiative and judgement. They must be able to work autonomously and be responsible for planning, coordinating and evaluating the work of others within broad but generally well-defined parameters

Conveyancing is a licensed occupation. Licensing regimes for conveyancers differ between States and Territories in Australia. To determine the most appropriate pathway to satisfy licensing requirements within a particular State or Territory it will be necessary to contact the relevant licensing body for advice.

Qualification Pathway

Graduates may be self/employed by:

  • conveyancing firms
  • law firms
  • property departments
  • financial government departments

A further learning pathway utilising qualifications such as BSB61115 Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing would support career progression.


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Nbi general

Units of Competency

Total number of units = 13

9 core units plus

4 elective units, of which:

2 electives must be selected from the listed electives

2 elective units may be additional units from the listed electives, or any currently endorsed Training Package, or accredited course at Certificate IV, Diploma or Advanced Diploma level.

Elective units must be relevant to the work environment and the qualification, maintain the integrity of the AQF alignment and contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome.

The current version of the relevant unit will be the version taught.

FNSACC413Make decisions in a legal context
BSBCNV501Take instructions in relation to a transaction
BSBCNV502Read and interpret a legal document and provide advice
BSBCNV503Analyse and interpret legal requirements for a transaction
BSBCNV504Prepare legal documents
BSBCNV505Finalise the conveyancing transaction
BSBCNV506Establish and manage a trust account
BSBLEG415Apply the principles of contract law
FNSINC401Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry

Suggested elective units

BSBMGT502Manage people performance
BSBWOR501Manage personal work priorities and professional development
BSBWOR502Ensure team effectiveness
FNSORG601Negotiate to achieve goals and manage disputes (required for BLA)
BSBCNV601Identify and conduct searches (required for BLA)

Elective units of competency:

BSBCNV601Identify and conduct searches
BSBCUS501Manage quality customer service
BSBFIM501Manage budgets and financial plans
BSBHRM506Manage recruitment selection and induction processes
BSBINM601Manage knowledge and information
BSBITS411Maintain and implement digital technology
BSBLDR402Lead effective workplace relationships
BSBLEG416Apply the principles of the law of torts
BSBLEG417Apply the principles of evidence law
BSBLEG512Apply legal principles in property law matters
BSBMGT502Manage people performance
BSBMGT517Manage operational plan
BSBMGT516Facilitate continuous improvement
BSBMGT605Provide leadership across the organisation
BSBPMG522Undertake project work
BSBRSK501Manage risk
BSBSUS501Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability
BSBWHS414Contribute to WHS risk management
BSBWOR501Manage personal work priorities and professional development
BSBWOR502Lead and manage team effectiveness

In October 2006 the Parliament of Victoria passed the Conveyancers Act 2006. When the act came into operation it established a new system of regulation and licensing for non-lawyer Conveyancers in Victoria. Under the Act, a person will not be permitted to carry on a conveyancing business in Victoria without a conveyancer’s licence from the Business Licensing Authority or unless the person is an Australian Legal Practitioner for the purposes of Victoria’s Legal Profession Act 2004

To be eligible for a licence, a Conveyancer must have obtained 12months work experience and have completed educational qualifications that will be set out in regulations, and we advise all applicants

should contact BLA or Consumer Affairs Victoria 121 Exhibition ST Melb 3000, regarding any, and all, licensing questions.

Licensing requirements

Once the act comes into operation, non-lawyer conveyancers will only be permitted to carry on a conveyancing business in Victoria if they have a conveyancers licence from the Business Licensing Authority.

Professional obligations

Professional obligations similar to those in place for legal practitioners will apply to licensed conveyancers. These include obligations to disclose costs and conflicts of interest to clients.

They will also include strict obligations relating to the maintenance and auditing of trust accounts, which will reduce the risk of fraud in relation to trust moneys

NBIA is registered for RPL and RCC and we are happy to help you with this process if you have any industry experience or previous qualifications.

Assessment will be comprised of use of either assignments, discussion (question and answer and role plays), on the job practical experience, workbook q+a and tests where a minimum 70% pass mark is required, CV (RPL), references (RPL), role play and/or simulation, research, projects, interview and case studies etc or a combination of the above dependant upon the applicants situation. All assessments are deemed to have occurred at our Ivanhoe premises.

Each unit workbook has formative and summative questions and assignments, all must be completed satisfactorily and submitted as one unit (and in word.doc if submitted electronically)for the candidate to be assessed as competent.

Prescribed qualifications for conveyancers in Victoria up to the 31st December 2018 are as below:

Authorised Version

Conveyancers (Qualifications, Experience) Amendment Regulations 2012

S.R. No. 73/2012

(1) Before regulation 5(a) of the Principal Regulations insert—

“(aa) successful completion of each of the following units of competency set out in the FNS10 Financial Services and or BSB Training Package published on the website Training.gov.au maintained by the Commonwealth as in force from time to time—

(i) BSBCNV501 Take instructions in relation to a transaction;

(ii) BSBCNV502 Read and interpret a legal document and provide advice;

(iii) BSBCNV503 Analyse and interpret legal requirements for a transaction;

(iv) BSBCNV504 Prepare legal documents;

(v) BSBCNV505 Finalise the conveyancing transaction;

(vi) BSBCNV506 Establish and manage a trust account;

(vii) BSBCNV601 Identify and conduct searches;

(viii) FNSORG601 Negotiate to achieve goals and manage disputes;”.

After the 31st December 2018, applicants will require the Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing to apply for a license. Please confirm any required electives that may be relevant to your practising state, with the relevant authority, prior to commencing any course.

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