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PDE 4 – NQF LEVEL 4 (Exam prep Course)

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Please note this course is based on the original EAAB Study Guides but corresponding Index references to the new Guides are also provided.

Our online course presented by Pam Snyman is designed to assist with your PDE4 exam preparation and covers all the different aspects that you can expect in the actual exam.

The course remains active for a period of 45days from date of purchase.

Who does this PDE4 course apply to? 

Registered estate agents who have already obtained their Real Estate (NQF 4) qualification (in possession of the SSETA certificate, FETC Real Estate) or are exempt from doing so. Exemption needs to be applied for on the EAAB website.

What do you need before you can get started?

You will need a copy of the EAAB Study Guide which can be obtained from the EAAB

https://www.eaab.org.za/education/study_material_ordering_process

You need to register with the EAAB to write the PDE4 exam

https://www.eaab.org.za/myffc/login

Exam Dates
19 November 2020
25 February 2021

COURSE CONTENT 

SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION (Exam Applications, Tips, Exam Format, The Study Guide, The Actual Examination)

SECTION 2 INDEX

SECTION 3 100 IMPORTANT CONCEPTS

SECTION 4 GLOSSARY OF TERMS

SECTION 5 MODULE 1: COMPLIANCE ASPECTS

SECTION 6 MODULE 2: CODE OF CONDUCT

SECTION 7 MODULE 3: LAW AND LEGISLATION

SECTION 8 MODULE 4: REAL ESTATE MARKETING

SECTION 9 MODULE 5: STATISTICS, FINANCE, DEMOGRAPHICS, ECONOMICS

Below content will only be available after purchase of course.

Kindly note that this course is based on the original EAAB Study Guide (with numbers, i.e. Chapter 12 is numbered from p12.1 to 12.42).

The latest files being issued by the EAAB with the exact same content as the original Study Guide, but with different page numbers, is indexed for you in the INTRODUCTION. In the event that you are utilizing the latest EAAB Study Guide the page numbers are noted in red and if you are utilising the old version of the Study Guide the page numbers are highlighted in yellow.

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