Alabama Real Estate Broker Prelicense Course

ARELLO CERTIFIED DISTANT EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR

Beginning October 1, 2007, the Alabama Real Estate Commission enforces the Alabama State Law by requiring that any licensed salesperson with a minimum of 24 months of the previous 36 months licensure as a Salesperson (730 days active license) must successfully complete this 60-hour Broker Prelicense Course.

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Learning Objectives

After successfully completing this course the licensee will be able to:

  • Identify Alabama License Law requirements, disciplinary actions, and other consequences for violations of the law.
  • Demonstrate how to comply with license law.
  • Evaluate the personal responsibilities and liabilities of a Qualifying Broker.
  • Identify the Federal and State Fair Housing and ADA laws and their effect on Real Estate practices.
  • Develop policies and training to assist with compliance of equality in housing.
  • Implement a plan for staff and salesperson training in diversity and Fair Housing issues.
  • Identify the duties and responsibilities of Agency representation.
  • Differentiate the role of a licensee when acting as an agent and a transaction broker.

Learning Strategies:

  • We encourage classroom participation to ensure a more complete understanding of the subject matter.
  • Dividing the class into work groups for discussing and answering quizzes; then the correct answers are given to entire class.
  • Each segment begins with a quiz to allow the student to realize their knowledge base of the topic to be discussed and to peak their interest.
  • PowerPoint presentations are used to capture attention, create more excitement and enthusiasm, and make the learning process more retainable.
  • Handouts, examples, illustrations, and pertinent information are given to each student.

We are not currently offering this course Online/CD ROM. We have a classroom broker course in mid-term right now so for our next Campus class complete the following.

Sign up for the 60-Hour Broker’s Prelicense Course now!