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 work autonomously and can be responsible for planning, coordinating and evaluating the work of others within broad but generally well-defined parameters.
This qualification would apply to individuals working in a variety of industry settings, planning on /currently involved in, and/or responsible for planning, evaluating, managing people within a conveyancing environment.
You have a total of 2 years to complete the Diploma, however, based on a study commitment of 15 to 20 hours a week, candidates are able to complete this in 12 months.
There are no entry requirements for this qualification.
A possible training pathway for a student completing this qualification could be the following:
* BSB61115 Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing
* BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management
These qualifications represent a logical pathway regardless of whether the RTO offers the qualifications.
After achieving the BSB52015 Diploma of Conveyancing, candidates may pathway into an Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing (BSB61115) or other Advanced Diploma within the BSB or other industry area.
‘Course Credits’ may be gained for further study on completion of this qualification.
Job roles associated with this qualification relate to the delivery of training and assessment of competence within the VET sector.
Employment outcomes may include the following role/s:
* Conveyancing role in a small business practice
* Team member in a larger conveyancing organisation
Thirteen (13) units are required for award of this qualification including:
* Nine (9) are core units
* Four (4) are elective units
The Nominal Hours for the Qualification as per the Victorian Implementation / Purchasing Guide are 385-490 Hours.
On successful completion of the following 13 units you will have attained the BSB52015 Diploma of Conveyancing.
The following tables outline the Units of Competencies and FMedge subjects available for this Qualification.
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Core /Elective|
|BSBCNV503||Analyse and interpret legal requirements for a transaction||Core|
|BSBLEG415||Apply the principles of contract law||Core|
|FNSINC401||Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry||Core|
|BSBCNV506||Establish and manage a trust account||Core|
|BSBCNV505||Finalise the conveyancing transaction||Core|
|FNSACC403||Make decisions in a legal context||Core|
|BSBCNV504||Prepare legal documents||Core|
|BSBCNV502||Read and interpret a legal document and provide advice||Core|
|BSBCNV501||Take instructions in relation to a transaction||Core|
|BSBMGT517||Manage operational plan||Elective|
|BSBPMG522||Undertake project work||Elective|
|BSBCNV601||Identify and conduct searches *||Elective|
|FNSORG601||Negotiate to achieve goals and manage disputes *||Elective|
Please Note: The elective units of competency have been selected by FMedge following industry consultation and are offered in the standard delivery of this course by FMedge. Candidates who have attained competency in alternate units may be eligible to substitute those units for Credit transfer/RPL or RCC in accordance with the training package rules for the BSB52015 Diploma of Conveyancing. Where this course is offered for our corporate clients and subject to the training packaging rules alternate electives may be substituted to provide customisation to their specific requirements.
* Units required for Victorian Conveyancing Licence.
Upon successful completion of the required 13 units, you will be awarded BSB52015 Diploma of Conveyancing.
Programs can also be designed to meet your timeframe and the specific needs of your personal circumstances, your organisation and market sector.
Please contact us to discuss your organisation’s specific training needs and preferred delivery method (Online, classroom based or a blended approach).
In October 2006 the Parliament of Victoria passed the Conveyancers Act 2006. This established a new system of regulation and licensing for non-lawyer Conveyancers in Victoria. Under the Act, a person is not 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.
On behalf of Garth Brown, see the below link. You may find it a useful resource
B.Bus, JP, CPC, Fellow AICNSW
Conveyancer of the Year AICNSW 2015
Brown and Brown Conveyancers