This qualification is for those working in (or training towards) auctioneering and valuations

Studying for this qualification will mean that practitioners learn appropriate legal knowledge of sections of the Auctioneers Act 1845 and Auction (Bidding Agreements) Acts 1927 and 1969 as well as the RICS Auction Guidance Note.

Crucially, achieving this qualification will demonstrate an understanding of the difference between the actual, implied and apparent authority of the auctioneer and have an appropriate understanding of contract law along with knowledge of negligence and liability, as well as health and safety,

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This qualification is available as a Level 3 in England and Wales. 

Registration fee: £50  |  Exam fees: £62.50 per exam
Cost: £300 (registration, four exams and certification)
Learning materials are not included in the total qualification cost. Visit our learning resources page for more info.

What will be covered?

This qualification is made up of four units. For more information on each unit's learning outcomes open the panels below.

Common units
Our common units make it easier for you to achieve associated qualifications in the future by carrying over previously achieved unit results. Learn more...

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How long will it take?

We estimate it takes up to 12-18 months, or approximately 120 hours of study, to complete . From your registration date you will have 3 years to complete your qualification. If you fail to pass in this timescale you'll need to re-register.

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How will I be assessed?

Each unit is assessed by a 20 question multiple-choice examination which must be answered within 30 minutes and a pass mark of 70% must be achieved. 

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What will I get?

You will receive a nationally recognised qualification at a level broadly equivalent to an A-Level or Higher level qualification in Scotland.

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This qualification is suitable for membership of NAVA Propertymark. Learn more about becoming a member.

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