Risk Management

14 Oct

Risk Management Level 2: For Brokers - via Zoom

Risk Management Level 2: For Brokers - via Zoom

Wednesday, October 14, 2020 (1:00 PM to 4:00 PM)
3 CE Hours
Zoom Virtual Class

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Risk Management Level 2: For Brokers

You, the broker, are the key to managing risks in your office, branch, or company. If you are the qualifying broker, the burden is even greater in practicing risk management. This course consists of two major sections – Managing Money and Managing People. Managing Money has two parts – Trust Funds and Auditing Procedures. Managing People deals with the training and supervision of the licensees under you. Even though some of the material does not directly refer to specific risk management issues, it is the opinion of the Alabama Real Estate Commission that a higher level of professionalism demonstrated by all licensees in a company is a significant solution to risk management problems. You are the key to raising and maintaining that higher level of expertise. This course is for you.

This class awards 3-hours CE with 100% attendance. You cannot arrive late or leave early and receive CE credit.

This class fulfills the AREC mandate for Risk Management Level 2 required for Real Estate License renewal.

Zoom Virtual Class
Zoom Virtual Class

Ginny Willis

Ginny Willis began her real estate career 39 years ago.

As a strong believer in Education she has earned over 12 designations or certifications. Ginny started her teaching career in 1981 as a pre-license instructor and later as a pre-license, continuing education and REBAC instructor.

Ginny has served as 1996 President of the St. Clair Association of REALTORS®, 2013 President of the Birmingham Association of REALTORS®, Regional RVP and numerous State and National Committees.  Presently she is serving as a Director for the Alabama Association of REALTORS® and The Birmingham Association of REALTORS®. She is a National Entitlement Director for National Association of REALTORS®.

Ginny has received numerous honors including the 2014 REALTOR® of the Year for both the Birmingham Association of REALTORS® and the Alabama Association of REALTORS®, 2015 Robert Jemison Award, 2016 Birmingham’s President Cup, and most recently the 2017 Harriet Isaacson Excellence in Education Award, and is a member of the Omega Tau Rho.

Ginny believes in the REALTOR® image and is committed to helping the REALTOR® organization remain a Professional Organization with a strong emphasize on Professionalism and the Code of Ethics. 

CE CLASS CANCELLATION POLICY

All cancelations must be in writing prior to 48 hours of the day and start time of this class. Send cancellations to phillip@birminghamrealtors.com

No refunds for no-shows or cancellations received with-in 48 hours of the day and start time of this class.

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Every two years a total of fifteen (15) clock hours of continuing education prescribed by the Commission is required for renewal of an active license. These hours must be completed by September 30 of every even year (with the exception of 2020 - The CE deadline was extended until December 31, 2020 due to Covid-19). The fifteen-hour continuing education course requirement is as follows:

• (a) Three (3) clock hours in Risk Management – Level 1 In this level, brokers and salespersons shall take the Risk Management: Avoiding Violations course.

• (b) Three (3) clock hours in Risk Management – Level 2 In this level, brokers and salespersons shall take either the Risk Management for Salespersons course, the Risk Management for Brokers course, or an industry-specific Risk Management course approved by the Commission.

• (c) Nine (9) clock hours in Commission-approved courses.