CPC is a sign of excellence, professionalism and helps identify conveyancers who have invested in themselves to develop their knowledge of the profession.
You can identify if a conveyancer has completed CPC by looking for the post-nominal CPC after their name. We also provide qualified conveyancers a certificate annually for them to display to their clients.
What does this mean for you?
You can feel confident that your conveyancer is making every effort to keep up-to-date with the ever changing legal requirements and improving their skills by attending professional development training on an ongoing basis.
As a member of AICSA they are required to abide by our Code of Conduct and have full access to the range of information, services and advice we provide.
To attain CPC annually, registered conveyancers must:
- Meet the licensing requirements to be registered as a conveyancer in South Australia.
- Be currently practising as a conveyancer and have been working as a full time Conveyancer (minimum of 30 hours per week in the capacity of a conveyancer) for a minimum 2 years. Consideration may be given for some prior relevant work experience.
- Be a fully paid up member of AICSA.
- Gain 100 points or the equivalent of 10 hours training (points may be gained by other educational pursuits).
- Physically attend a minimum of three face-to-face seminars/webinars/workshops or virtually attend a minimum of three live seminars/webinars/workshops or purchase the recordings of three live seminars/ webinars/workshops and successfully complete a short assessment task and feedback form administered by AICSA after viewing the recording.
- Include a minimum of two topics on the practice of Conveyancing (topics of choice) and a compulsory Risk Management topic annually.
- Successfully complete the AICSA online course Cyber-Security for Conveyancers once every two calendar years.
- Comply with the AICSA code of conduct.
AICSA Members are your trusted professionals.