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Continuing Education at the college level is a huge force in the province today, and is inspiring students to upgrade, advance and explore new career possibilities.
The Real Estate Board of York, the city's most prominent real estate trade association and leader in real estate education, has revamped its education courses for Fall 2004, including 90 hours of all new continuing education courses and the addition of the Salesperson's Qualifying Licensing Course.
For the sake of clarity, I'll focus on continuing education students who are adults, are likely working or have been displaced because of the economic downturn, or are homemakers.
The course counts as 15 hours of continuing education credits for New York and is the core course of three CRS Courses needed to satisfy the core educational requirements for the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) Designation.
Continuing education can easily be a waste of your precious time.
DALLAS -- WebCE, the nationwide provider of continuing education services for financial services professionals, announced it has acquired APlusOnlineCE.
In an effort to provide a more convenient and progressive means for completing the 221/2-hour continuing education program required by the state every two years in the renewal of sales licenses for real estate brokers and agents, the Academy for Continuing Education ("ACE") has developed a home study program on videotape, which will be available early next year, announces Esther Muller, president of the school.
New Regulatory Changes Will Save Wisconsin Insurance Professionals Time and Money DALLAS -- WebCE, a nationwide provider of web-based continuing education services to the financial services industry, today announced the immediate availability of its state-approved courses to Wisconsin's 25,000 licensed insurance professionals.