Minimizing Risk - 18 Hour Pkg

CELI Course #: 35595
Price: $109.00

#35595 - Minimizing Risk: 4 hours Elective (exp. 10/31/20)
#35367 - Broker Responsibility (2019-2020): 6 hours Non-Elective (exp. 12/31/20)
#33197 - Legal Update I: 4 hours Non-Elective (exp. 12/31/19)
#33198 - Legal Update II: 4 hours Non-Elective (exp. 12/31/19)

TREC Provider #10079

This is a great course for brokers and supervisors!

This course is designed to educate license holders on the following topics:
- the importance of establishing agency policies
- developing effective marketing/advertising practices
- implementing effective anti-discrimination practices
- how to reduce risk by maintaining proper records.

COURSE COMPLETION: Course must be completed by the expiration date noted above, or within 120 days from the date of registration, whichever is soonest.
Students will receive a textbook for the course, which sets our real estate educational program apart from most others. The textbook will provide valuable information and will become an integral part of your professional reference library.

Course materials are shipped via UPS Ground; therefore, please provide a physical address on your registration form (no PO boxes). UPS overnight shipping is available for an additional charge. Please contact us if you desire expedited shipping.

There are two methods available for completing the coursework: ONLINE or PROCTORED. Please ensure that you register for your preferred method. Following is a description of each method:

ONLINE EXAM: Once your registration has been processed, a username, password and website link (available 24 hours/day) will be provided to you for accessing the exam. Once the exam has been successfully completed, the student will submit their Distance Education Reporting Form to C.E.L.I via fax or email (forms must be received within 10 days of exam completion). C.E.L.I. will then notify TREC electronically of the completion.

PROCTORED EXAM: A proctor is an approved person that administers an exam and agrees to fulfill the proctor responsibilities required by the Texas Real Estate Commission. The proctor will verify a student's identity and will ensure that academic integrity guidelines are followed during the exam. Effective 01/01/2016, per TREC rules, a proctor must be one of the following: (1) employee at an official testing or learning/tutoring center; (2) librarian at a school, university, or public library; (3) college/university administrator, faculty, or academic advisor; (4) clergy affiliated with a specific church, temple, synagogue, or mosque; or (5) an educational officer of a military installation or correctional facility. You may also choose to complete your exam at our office in Canton, TX.

Under the proctored method, you will provide your proctor's information on the required form which will be included in your course material. You will then fax/mail/email this form and your exam will then be mailed to the proctor that you have designated. Once the exam is completed in the presence of the proctor, the proctor will return the exam material by mail for grading. Once the exam has been successfully completed, C.E.L.I. will report your completion to TREC.