What are the Training Requirements for Licensed Conveyancers?


The academic qualification for a conveyancer’s licence in NSW is satisfactory completion of the Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing (FNS60311), or other approved courses.

The three New South Wales teaching institutions conducting approved courses are:

Ultimo TAFE Sydney 1300 360 601 (fulltime and part time courses available)
Ultimo TAFE Conveyancing Advanced Diploma


Macquarie University, Ryde (02) 9850 7470 (Online course) 

Macquarie University Conveyancing Law and Practice Program

Southern Cross University, Lismore 1800 005 687 or email: (Correspondence course)
Southern Cross University Associate degree in Law (Paralegal studies)


Practical Training Requirement

In addition to the academic requirements, students are required to gain at least two years’ practical experience in conveyancing work.

At least one year of this practical training period must be obtained:

  • while working on a full-time basis
  • under the supervision of a NSW licensed conveyancer (holding an unrestricted licence), or
  • under the supervision of an Australian legal practitioner (holding an unrestricted practising certificate).