A Level 4 qualification with Mathematical Literacy.
The purpose of this qualification is to prepare a learner to operate as a Municipal Property Assessor. A Municipal Property Assessor (MPA) provides a number of services and support services within a municipality. They coordinate the implementation of the Municipal Property Rates Act (MPRA) in order to ensure compliance, collect data on properties determine the market value of a single residential property and maintain the integrity of data within a municipality, in so far as rating interface related matters are concerned. The MPA operates in metropolitan and local municipalities. A qualified learner will be able to:
Monitor compliance to and coordinate the implementation of the MPRA within a municipality.
Collect data on property.
Determine the market value of a single residential property.
Provide support to the municipality and/or Municipal Valuer.
Monitor and maintain MPRA data/information integrity (Quality assurance (QA) process). Rationale: The country implemented the Municipal Property Rates Act (MPRA) - that necessitates specialised skills and competencies in municipalities for effective implementation and compliance to the MPRA. Currently, there are limited education and training opportunities available to produce competent people for implementation of the MPRA.
331501001-KM-01, Workplace fundamentals
331501001-KM-02, Regulatory framework for the MPA
331501001-KM-03, Property theory
331501001-KM-04, Contract and project management
331501001-KM-06, Single residential property valuation
331501001-KM-07, Data management
Practical Skill Modules:
331501001-PM-01, Monitor compliance to the MPRA within a municipality
331501001-PM-02, Collect data on property
331501001-PM-03, Value single residential property
331501001-PM-04, Manage contracts and projects
331501001-PM-05, Manage queries, reviews, objections, and appeals
331501001-PM-06, Quality assure valuation rolls and data
Work Experience Modules:
331501001-WM-01, Processes to monitor compliance within a municipality
331501001-WM-02, Processes to collect data on property
331501001-WM-03, Processes to value single residential property
331501001-WM-04, Processes to assist with management of contracts and projects
331501001-WM-05, Processes to manage queries, reviews, objections and appeals
331501001-WM-06, Processes to reconcile and review valuation rolls
Certificate will be issued by the Quality Council for Trades & Occupations
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Important dates and times
Remember to apply and register on time.
Application Deadline: 2021-04-15
Course offered at:Online
Course lasts for: 1 year
Class times are: Saturday 9 - 12pm
Note about class dates: Please note the course will commence with a minimum of 15 students
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