Junior Estate Agent

Level 2 Apprenticeship

A Level 2 apprenticeship aimed at equipping those new to the property sector with the skills needed to support busy estate agents.

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Introduction to the course

The Junior Estate Agent Level 2 apprenticeship is a 12 – 15 month programme, aimed at equipping those new to the property sector with the skills needed to support a busy estate agents. Learners will develop their knowledge in core areas such as valuing a property, legal compliance requirements, planning, and construction defects. Apprentices will also develop key skills in negotiation, sales, and customer care to deliver a high quality service experience for clients.

Learner outcomes

The learner will be taught about the sales process of properties; organising and conducting property viewings, marketing properties; and the selling of additional service to buyers. Apprentices will understand the importance of complying with contractual, statutory and legal restrictions, and client confidentiality.

Additionally, the individual will learn about preparing floor plans of a property, following the measuring code of practice, and assist with the provision of sales particulars. The learner will also develop administrative skills in managing databases, undertaking research on properties, and carrying out tasks to market properties effectively.

Apprentices will be encouraged to develop a wider awareness of the organisation and understand how their role aligns with the company’s values, business plan, and KPIs.


Who is this apprenticeship for?

Whether you’re looking for your first role, or have some experience but want to top up your skills and competencies, then this course is for you. If you’re searching for a role, take a look at our vacancies.

For more information, get in touch with us below, or speak to our advisors on 0333 323 4050


The learner’s progress will be assessed through on-programme learning, followed by an End-Point Assessment at the end of the apprenticeship. Apprentices will need to complete Level 2 English and Mathematics before the End-Point Assessment.

What are the entry requirements?

As with most apprenticeships, the entry requirements are set by the employer.

What’s next?

After completing this apprenticeship, the learner can move on to a Level 3 qualification which will qualify them for membership with NAEA Propertymark, the professional body of estate agents, property valuers and auctioneers.

Potential job roles

  • Estates Officer
  • Assistant Branch Manager
  • Property Valuer

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