Continuing Education Land Agent Licensing

What can you expect from the program/course?

This distance learning course* will review all relevant information in the reference manual for Alberta Land Agents which was developed by members of the Land Agent Advisory Committee. Through the course students will write instructor prepared land agent’s exams that will prepare them for the government land agent license exams. 

*Please note this course is not a replacement for the 2-year post-secondary requirement for an Interim Land Agent Licence.

Length of Program: 10 Weeks

Delivery Method: Online

Tuition: $1199

Program Dates: January 3 to March 24, 2023

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Land Agent Licensing

Continuing Education Land Agent Licensing

What can you expect from the program/course?

This distance learning course* will review all relevant information in the reference manual for Alberta Land Agents which was developed by members of the Land Agent Advisory Committee. Through the course students will write instructor prepared land agent’s exams that will prepare them for the government land agent license exams. 

*Please note this course is not a replacement for the 2-year post-secondary requirement for an Interim Land Agent Licence.

Length of Program: 10 Weeks

Delivery Method: Online

Tuition: $1199

Program Dates: January 3 to March 24, 2023

Required Text & Materials: You will be required to use the most recent version of the text "Reference for Alberta Land Agents".

In Alberta, a person must be a licensed land agent to negotiate with a landowner for certain surface or right of way agreements. Typically these agreements are for drilling and mining operations, laying of pipelines, construction of power lines and the construction of roads. The agreements are for interests in land that, in the absence of an agreement, could be taken without the owner’s consent.

Land Agents are licensed and regulated under the Land Agents Licensing Act. The Act also provides for the establishment of an advisory committee, setting controls over negotiations, dealing with complaints about land agents and the exemption of certain people from the application of the Act. The administration and control of the Act is presently under the department of Labour and Immigration. Currently the Act is administered by the Land Agent Licensing Office in Edmonton.

The Land Agents Licensing Act has one regulation – the Land Agents Licensing Regulation. The Land Agents Licensing Regulation outlines the requirements to obtain a license, sets standards of conduct for land agents to follow, and establishes certain procedures that must be followed when negotiating for an interest in land.

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How to Become a Land Agent:

  1. Enter into a Training Agreement 
  2. Obtain an Interim Land Agent Licence
  3. Train to become a Permanent Land Agent under the terms of the Training Agreement
  4.  Enroll in the Olds College online course LND 6045 Land Agent Licensing
  5. Apply for a Permanent Land Agent Licence

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