C6164 - Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing

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RMIT program code: C6164
Plan name: Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing
Plan code: C6164
National Program Code: BSB61115
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: Three Semesters (18 months)
Minimum Nominal Hours: 1090

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2020 Enrolment Program Structure

This qualification requires the completion of 18 units - 9 core units and 9 elective units.

  C6164 Courses
 

 

Note: Unit = Course

 

Group Allocation/Class Section codes  

You will be allocated to a Group prior to your enrolment, which you should see in Enrolment Online. Your Group may also be referred to as a Class Section Code.

If you cannot see a Group/Class Section Code, or you can see all courses for all group codes, please contact Business Connect.

Changes to groups require approval, please contact Business Connect.

 

Co-delivered or clustered courses  

Please be aware that some courses are taught together in the one class; these are called clustered or co-delivered courses.   

Not all co-delivered courses may appear on your Timetable. For more information on co-delivered courses and understanding your timetable, click here.

 

Variations to standard enrolment

The program structure in this guide is based on standard Full-time enrolment and progression.

Your personal enrolment requirements may differ from the standard enrolment as a result of:

  • credit transfers
  • recognition of prior learning (RPL)
  • part-time study
  • or the need to repeat a course

For individual advice on course selection, please contact your Program Manager.

 

For further information on your program structure, refer to your program guide.

For any assistance please contact Business Connect.

 

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C6164 Courses

 

Group Allocation/Section codes:  You will be allocated to a Group prior to your enrolment.

Please note: All the courses you need to be enrolled in should pre-ticked based on your group allocation -  please ensure you enrol into every course listed so you receive a final grade.

 

If you cannot see a Group Code, or you can see all courses for all group codes, please contact Business Connect or log an Online Enquiry.

 

Note: Unit = Course

C6164 Core Units - Select ALL Nine (9) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Take instructions in relation to a transaction (BSBCNV501)120BUSM7919CCity Campus1378 (CV1A)
2819 (CV1B)
2820 (CV1C)
1282 (CV1M)
2390 (CV1Y)
Read and interpret a legal document and provide advice (BSBCNV502)80LAW5727CCity Campus1373 (CV3A)1270 (CV6Y)
Analyse and interpret legal requirements for a transaction (BSBCNV503)50LAW5728CCity Campus1366 (CV6Y)1275 (CV1A)
2399 (CV1B)
2400 (CV1C)
Prepare legal documents (BSBCNV504)80LAW5729CCity Campus1374 (CV3A)1271 (CV6Y)
Finalise the conveyancing transaction (BSBCNV505)30BUSM7920CCity Campus1371 (CV3A)1268 (CV6Y)
Establish and manage a trust account (BSBCNV506)60BAFI5210CCity Campus1375 (CV3A)1272 (CV6Y)
Identify and conduct searches (BSBCNV601)60BUSM7921CCity Campus1367 (CV6Y)1274 (CV1A)
2396 (CV1B)
2398 (CV1C)
Apply the principles of contract law (BSBLEG415)60LAW5730CCity Campus1365 (CV6Y)
1975 (FS5M)
1276 (CV1A)
1792 (FS5A)
1793 (FS5B)
2401 (CV1B)
2402 (CV1C)
Apply principles of professional practice to work in the financial services industry (FNSINC401)30EMPL7068CCity Campus1362 (CV1A)
1382 (FP5A)
1383 (FP5B)
1419 (FP5X)
1977 (FS5A)
1978 (FS5B)
2813 (CV1B)
2814 (CV1C)
1280 (CV1M)
1304 (FP5M)
1305 (FP5Y)
1321 (FP5P)
1794 (FS5M)
2385 (CV1Y)
AND

C6164 Elective Units - Select Nine (9) Courses. NB: Course 051023-FNSACC403 included for historical enrolments and is no longer delivered.

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Make decisions in a legal context (FNSACC413)60LAW5751CCity Campus1242 (AC4A)
1243 (AC4B)
1244 (AC4C)
1245 (AC4D)
1246 (AC4E)
1247 (AC4F)
1248 (AC4G)
1292 (AC5A)
1293 (AC5B)
1294 (AC5C)
1295 (AC5D)
2821 (CV1A)
2822 (CV1B)
2823 (CV1C)
1157 (AC4A)
1158 (AC4N)
1159 (AC4P)
1160 (AC4Q)
1161 (AC4R)
1216 (AC5M)
1217 (AC5N)
1220 (AC5P)
1221 (AC5Q)
1283 (CV1M)
2392 (CV1Y)
Negotiate to achieve goals and manage disputes (FNSORG601)50GEDU6066CCity Campus1372 (CV3A)1269 (CV6Y)
Establish, supervise and monitor practice systems to conform with legislation and regulations (FNSPRM601)60BUSM8845CCity Campus1370 (CV6Y)
3558 (CV1A)
3559 (CV1B)
3560 (CV1C)
Plan and establish compliance management systems (BSBCOM603)50LAW5752CCity Campus1368 (CV6Y)1277 (CV1A)
2403 (CV1B)
2404 (CV1C)
Identify and apply the legal framework (BSBLEG413)60LAW5745CCity Campus2358 (TL1A)
2824 (CV1A)
2827 (CV1B)
2828 (CV1C)
1284 (CV1M)
2076 (TL2A)
2391 (CV1Y)
Apply legal principles in property law matters (BSBLEG512)60LAW5731CCity Campus1377 (CV1A)
2816 (CV1B)
2817 (CV1C)
1281 (CV1M)
2388 (CV1Y)
Apply legal principles in corporation law matters (BSBLEG513)60BUSM8846CCity Campus1376 (CV3A)1273 (CV6Y)
Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business (BSBSMB401)60BUSM6503CCity Campus1369 (CV6Y)1279 (CV1A)
2417 (CV1B)
2419 (CV1C)
Manage personal work priorities and professional development (BSBWOR501)60EMPL7076CCity Campus1379 (CV1A)
2830 (CV1B)
2831 (CV1C)
2879 (LM5A)
2908 (LM5B)
1182 (BA5A)
1185 (BA5B)
1285 (CV1M)
2394 (CV1Y)
2433 (LM5M)
 

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