REAL ESTATE: “NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED”
Recently an article was trending on The Philosophy of Property titled: “Training Interns Is Crucial for SA Real Estate.” What was really pertinent is the fact that reference was made to the stark reality that the Real Estate industry is currently plagued by various challenges. An aging workforce was one and the high drop-out rate among young interns in a working environment that is drastically evolving.
This attest to the fact that a certain skills set is vital for young and prospective Property Practitioners. This is one of the reasons that focus has broadened at AWCI Institute. Over and above that the NQF4 Real Estate qualification is on offer participants are also skilled in a variety of learning streams. With the dawning of the fourth Industrial Revolution it requires participants in Sectors and Industries to up-skill, re-skill and improve and sharpen skills and develop on various levels.
As part and parcel of what is offered as accredited and nationally recognized qualifications there is an extension of the scope of learning by offering soft skills training and Entrepreneurship focused-learning opportunities. Platforms for practical application for practical application.
The truth of the matter is that pursuing this qualification, the opportunities and possibilities attached to it requires tenacity, discipline, consistency, support and endurance. When you want to build not only a career but a life from Real Estate – you must know WHY you want it.
AWCI Institute is clear as to WHY it offers you what you require but the question you should ask is: “Do I have what it takes and if not am I willing to develop what it takes to be THAT PERSON.”