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Applications for the Auctioneering and Property Services Apprenticeship Are Now Open

The programme, which had its first intake in 2018, will seek just over 100 applicants for a September

Applications for the Auctioneering and Property Services Apprenticeship Are Now Open

The Auctioneering and Property Services apprenticeship is a nationally accredited two year programme designed to meet employers’ needs in the Auctioneering, Estate Agency, Property Management and Property Letting sector. The apprenticeship has been developed by the City of Dublin Education and Training Board in partnership with the property services industry. On successful completion of the programme apprentices will gain a Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) level 6 Advanced Certificate in Property Services. They will also be eligible to apply for a Property Services Regulatory Authority (PSRA) licence. Apprentices are employed in numerous locations around the country and spend four days a week in the workplace and attend college one day per week. Current apprentices are employed by a number of companies including Sherry Fitzgerald, Lisney, Savills, Knight Frank and many more.

The first intake of apprentices commenced the programme in September 2018 in Ballsbridge College of Further Education. The programme is also being run in Cork College of Commerce by Cork Education and Training Board. A new intake of apprentices will commence the programme in Ballsbridge College and Cork College of Commerce this September and it is planned that the programme will be run for the first time in Galway City by Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board. There are currently 54 apprentices undertaking the programme with just over 100 new apprentices due to commence the programme this September.

 


Find the brochure for the programme here.

Find the occupational profile here.

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To learn more about the Auctioneering and Property Services Apprenticeship, click here.
To learn more about the Property Management & Auctioneering sector, click here.

 


 

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