“ARELLO CERTIFIED DISTANT EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR”
The 60-Hour Prelicnse Course is a prerequisite to sitting for the Alabama State Exam. Upon completion of this course and successfully completing a final exam with a passing score of 75 or above will be issued credits with the Alabama Real Estate Commission and AMP (testing firm) which will qualify a person to sit for the State Exam. Upon passing the State Exam with a score of 70 or better will be issued a temporary salesperson license. Alabama Real Estate Commission has approved this course to be taught by the Alabama Real Estate Institute an Alabama Real Estate School.
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- Learn various terms associated with real estate.
- Learn about persons and transactions exempt from licensing requirements.
- Understand the structure and function of the Alabama Real Estate Commission.
- Learn the quorum rules and regulations for the Alabama Real Estate Commission.
- Learn about and understand the requirements for a receiving and maintaining a license.
- Understand the examination process.
- Learn about temporary license issuance and requirements for a reciprocal license.
- Learn about out-of-state co-brokerage agreement as stated in the administrative code.
- Understand the duties and responsibilities of a qualifying broker.
- Learn about renewal and Continuing Education Requirements.
- Understand the process for examination and licensure.
- Learn about rules and regulations governing real estate schools, instructors and courses.
- Understand the Continuing Education requirements (including course content) and exemptions pertaining to Continuing Education.
- Understand Prelicense and Post License Course requirements.
- Be aware of student participation standards in Real Estate Courses and approval of Distance Education Courses.
- Know the purpose of the recovery fund.
- Be aware of the fees paid to the fund, notification of legal action and payment from the fund.
- Learn when licensees are not covered by the fund.
- Understand the difference between the Recovery Fund and Errors and Omissions Insurance.
- Learn the disciplinary action procedure.
- Learn the appeals and the appeal process.
- Understand deposit of funds, estimated closing statement, probable cause determination, hearings, and office inspections.
- 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, books, manuals, and pertinent information are given to each student for study guides and future reference.