Are you ready to boost your property management credentials?

We believe you may be ready to advance your career with the Level 4 Certificate in Property Management from the Residential Property Managers Association of New Zealand (RPMA®).

With the regulation of Property Management imminent, now is the perfect opportunity to position yourself as a leading property manager.

Find out how this qualification helps advance your career

Achieve a nationally recognised qualification while sharpening your industry skillset. We guide you through 14 modules that equip you with industry-leading knowledge from the comfort of your home. An expert RPMA® facilitator hosts each module in a virtual online classroom setting to help keep you accountable.

Here’s a look at your evening timetable:

Course Paper Facilitator Tuesday
Manage & Market David Pearse 2 August
Residential Tenancy Form David Pearse 9 August
The Bond System Pauline Johnson 16 August
Residential Tenancy Act David Pearse 23 August
Different Building Styles Ryan Weir 6 September
Body Corporate David Pearse 13 September
Maintenance David Pearse 20 September
Inspect & Report David Pearse 27 September
Appraisal Report Pauline Johnson 4 October
Disputes David Pearse 11 October
Agencies & Amenity Providers Ryan Weir 18 October
Legislation RPMA® Facilitator 25 October
Natural Disasters Ryan Weir 1 November
Maintain Professional Relationships Pauline Johnson 8 November
Not a member of RPMA® yet? No worries.

When you sign up to take the Level 4 Certificate in Property Management with RPMA®, we give you free and exclusive access to the RPMA® trainee membership for three months during your course. The total course charge is $1,500 plus GST.

PS… We’ve linked a handy script for employees to leave your boss doubtless that funding a Level 4 Certificate in Property Management is perfect for you!

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Are you ready to get ahead of the curve and gain your credentials?

Here’s how you can get in touch to secure your spot today:

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