CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) 2017 Notification 1


EAAB WAIVES FINES FOR CPD TRAINING UNTIL 31 MARCH 2018
January 31, 2018
The Estate Agency Affairs Board is gratified at the positive response received from CPD participants on the first three-year CPD cycle (that is to say, estate agents, excluding intern estate agents, who had been issued with fidelity fund certificates for the 2015, 2016 and 2017 calendar years respectively) to ensure timeous compliance with any...

Urgent Notice All CPD participants
December 22, 2017
Participants who were required to have registered for the first three-year rolling CPD cycle Estate agents who were issued with full status fidelity fund certificates by the EAAB for the period 2015 to 2017, inclusive, are advised that, to ensure CPD compliance, they should have accrued twenty CPD points, made up as to fifteen verifiable and five...

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in 2018
December 6, 2017
It is most gratifying for the EAAB to be able to record that the overwhelming majority of estate agents that were required to do so have successfully completed the first three-year rolling CPD cycle.  This, no doubt, bodes extremely well for the continued professionalisiation of the real estate sector and for the enhancement of the status of...

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) compliance
August 15, 2017
As December 2017 rapidly draws near, full status estate agents (excluding presently registered intern estate agents), are again reminded that they must ensure that they comply with mandatory Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements if they wish to continue legally to practice as such.

Continuing Professional Development CPD) 2017 Notification 3
February 24, 2017
Due to unforeseen circumstances it was, unfortunately, not possible for the EAAB to have placed the proposed CPD 2017 venue calendar or the e-learning video material on its website by 20 February 2017 as had initially been communicated to participants.

Continuing Professional Development CPD) Notification 2
February 23, 2017
Estate agents are reminded that, in terms of the Standard of Training of Estate Agents Regulations, 2008, they must comply with prescribed Continuing Professional Development (CPD) obligations to continue to practice as such.

ESTATE AGENTS ARE REMINDED TIMEOUSLY TO REGISTER FOR CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) IN 2017
January 4, 2017
The EAAB wishes to remind estate agents that all persons holding a valid fidelity fund certificate, in the capacity of either principal or non-principal estate agent but excluding intern estate agents, must register for CPD purposes in 2017. Intern estate agents will need to register for CPD purposes in the calendar year immediately following the...

The uploading of non-verifiable CPD points accrued to a participant must accord with the Personal Development Plan submitted to the EAAB by that participant
April 22, 2016
Implementing Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for estate agents Approved CPD activities are divided into both verifiable and non-verifiable events with the following six categories of CPD activities having been identified by the EAAB for all estate agents, namely:

The uploading of non-verifiable Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points to the EAAB database
April 7, 2016
The EAAB wishes to inform CPD participants that they are themselves required to upload all non-verifiable CPD points which they have honestly earned to the EAAB database.

(CPD) IMPORTANT UPDATE - It is mandatory for full status estate agents to register for CPD purposes
April 7, 2016
The EAAB wishes to remind registered estate agents that it is mandatory to register for participation in the 2016 CPD programme. Estate agents who either participated, or were required to participate, in the 2015 CPD programme, as well as former intern estate agents who obtained full status during the course of 2015, are requested, therefore, to...



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