CPC is a sign of excellence and professionalism and helps identify conveyancers who have met certain criteria.
Australians who are people on the move can seek conveyancers who have earned the right to use this term with confidence. Each state has similar criteria to attain this recognition. Registered Conveyancers who complete the criteria may use the post-nominal CPC after their name and will receive a certificate annually. For South Australia (AICSA) see the details below.
Click here to download full details of the AICSA CPC Program information. A brief outline below.
CPC Criteria –
To attain CPC annually Registered Conveyancers must:
- be a practising registered conveyancer and have a minimum of 24 months experience;
- be a fully paid up member of the AICSA – (Membership of AICSA is not compulsory to gain registration);
- have attained 100 professional accreditation points (a minimum of 10 hours professional development training or equivalent) in the previous calendar year, including having attended 3 AICSA events one of which must be nominated a Risk Management event.
- The right to use the CPC will be granted by the AICSA each calendar year if criteria is met and a new certificate will be issued.
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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.
As AICSA offers Professional Development training to ALL Registered Conveyancers and their staff in South Australia (and any others that have an interest in our topics), Non-member Registered Conveyancers may attain an Accreditation Certificate upon completion of the following criteria.
Accreditation Certificate Criteria
To attain the accreditation certificate annually a person must have attained 100 professional accreditation points (a minimum of 10 hours professional development training or equivalent) in the previous calendar year. The certificate will identify their status (if they are a registered conveyancer, a staff member or a student).
The right to apply for a certificate will be granted by the AICSA each calendar year if criteria is met.