How to become a Conveyancer

Members

To become a conveyancer you usually have to complete an accredited course in conveyancing and possess two years of practical experience, before you are eligible to apply for a Settlement Agent Licence.

Conveyancers must undertake ongoing professional development each year to retain their licence. Licensing and/or registration of conveyancers is required in every State.

For further information about becoming a conveyancer in WA, click on the links below:

North Metropolitan Tafe, Perth Campus

Diploma of Conveyancing
Phone: 1300 300 822
Email: enquiry@nmtafe.wa.edu.au

Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) – Consumer Protection

Settlement Agent Licensing
Phone: 1300 304 054
Email: cpd@dmirs.wa.gov.au