Assistance with PDE and qualification exemptions for over-60s

Private Property South Africa
Cathy Nolan

The Institute of Estate Agents (IEA) Western Cape, is running a workshop on 15 August for those who are over 60 and need help with compiling their Portfolios of Evidence in order to apply for exemption from doing their NQF4 and NQF5 qualifications or their PDEs.

The requirements for applying for exemption are: the agents must have held their Fidelity Fund Certificates for a continuous period of five years, must have a valid certificate for 2013, and must be 60 years of age or over.

Annette Evans, regional manager for the IEA Western Cape says that principals or agents who are over 60 and who wish to receive exemption need to get their applications in as soon as possible.

This workshop will be held at the IEA Western Cape offices in Sheldon Way, Pinelands, and costs R450 for members and R650 for visitors. It will start at 10:00 am and run until about 12:30 pm.

To book, please contact Janine Killian on 021 531 3180 or email Janine@cape.ieasa.org.za.

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