Our trainers are skilled and experienced in the field in which they offer training. We keep up to date with developments in the property sector and changing job requirements. Here is an introduction to some of our people.
Megan heads up the Adelaide office from 171 Halifax St. It’s on the free bus line just past Hurtle Square as you are heading up to Hutt Street. Call Megan on 0413 027 669 for an appointment. She can help guide you through the SA regulatory requirements as you enrol. She’s also knowledgeable about real estate employment opportunities in South Australia.
An experienced trainer, Bronny brings peace, calm and good cheer to the position and the team. She helps students stay on track with her communication scdedules; especially, during the pandemic, she has been a godsend in keeping them on track and keeping up their morale.
Wendy is an Armidale-based trainer who brings to the organisation senior-level experience in real estate and stock and station, property management and asset management.
Gloucester-based Peter brings a wealth of experience to his training. Peter’s speciality is in selling, small rural farms and regional property and he also finds the time to train for Academic Pavilion.
Peter has worked as a real estate agent and a business broker as well as in strata. He is an entrepreneur. From time to time, when the drive becomes too powerful, Peter engages in some property development.
Joan Pierpoint has been a solicitor and conveyancer for over 30 years, and carries out legal and conveyancing training for Academic Pavilion. She operates out of Port Macquarie in New South Wales.
Lyn Melville is the founding CEO. She looks after the trainers, students, employers and compliance issues. She’s always happy to talk to people on the phone and sometimes talks for too long! Lyn is an economist and educator and strives to provide the very best experience for every person who has contact with the RTO.