NAR Code of Ethics CE

The NAR 2017-2018 Code of Ethics cycle begins January 1, 2017 and ends December 31, 2018.

REALTORS® are required to complete ethics training of not less than 2 hours, 30 minutes of instructional time within two-year cycles. These live CE courses at CTAR satisfies the ethics requirement for NAR and provide elective CE credit as well.

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Choose Your Path
February 21 | 9am-1pm | Instructor: David Jaffee
(CEE1306) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

Determining the “right” way is not always so easy.  This course will challenge you with common dilemmas that face agents in today’s competitive market and help you make the correct decision on what action to take.

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Real Estate Ethics
March 8 | 9am-1pm | Instructor: Tom Daniel
(CEE2208) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

This course explores the ethical issues surrounding real estate transactions, and although the focus will be the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics, the discussion leaders will bring real-live experiences into discussion through actual case studies.

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You Be The Judge And Jury
March 28 | 9am-1pm | Instructor: Mike Gobin
(CEE2240) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

This course focuses on the administrative responsibilities of the Grievance and Professional Standards Committee when reviewing an ethics complaint or arbitration request.  Combined with an update changes to the Code of Ethics and an emphasis on case interpretations, the content will make it easy to apply the Code of Ethics to daily real estate practice.  A special section has been added on handling arbitration requests with a hard look at procuring cause issues.

Click here to register

 


 

Choose Your Path
April 5 | 2pm-6pm | Instructor: David Jaffee
(CEE1306) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

Determining the “right” way is not always so easy.  This course will challenge you with common dilemmas that face agents in today’s competitive market and help you make the correct decision on what action to take.

Click here to register

 


 

 

Real Estate Ethics
April 24 | 2pm-6pm | Instructor: Tom Daniel
(CEE2208) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

This course explores the ethical issues surrounding real estate transactions, and although the focus will be the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics, the discussion leaders will bring real-live experiences into discussion through actual case studies.

Click Here to register

 


 

CTAR-Code of Ethics 2.5
April 25 | 2:00pm-4:30pm | Instructor: Mike Gobin
(CEE2675) 2 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR 2.5 hour Ethics renewal requirement

This class is designed to meet the 2.5 hour mandatory ethics training requirement of the National Association of REALTORS®…in addition it has been approved by the SCREC  for 2 hours of elective continuing education credit

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Ethical Decision Making – Your Choice <It’s Legal, but Is It Right?>
May 23 | 9am-1pm | Instructor: Tom Daniel
(CEE2070) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

While it may be difficult to find stable footing amidst the chaos of change, real estate professionals can choose to engage in responsible and morally desirable behavior, they can help people in need, and they can choose to do the right thing. This course points us in that direction through an interactive case study approach to solving dilemmas when the law says you can, but you wonder if you should.

Click Here to register


 

You Be the Judge And Jury
May 30 | 9am-1pm | Instructor: Mike Gobin
(CEE2240) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

This course focuses on the administrative responsibilities of the Grievance and Professional Standards Committee when reviewing an ethics complaint or arbitration request.  Combined with an update changes to the Code of Ethics and an emphasis on case interpretations, the content will make it easy to apply the Code of Ethics to daily real estate practice.  A special section has been added on handling arbitration requests with a hard look at procuring cause issues.

Click here to register

 


 

 

You Be The Judge And Jury
June 6 | 2pm-6pm | Instructor: Mike Gobin
(CEE2240) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

This course focuses on the administrative responsibilities of the Grievance and Professional Standards Committee when reviewing an ethics complaint or arbitration request.  Combined with an update changes to the Code of Ethics and an emphasis on case interpretations, the content will make it easy to apply the Code of Ethics to daily real estate practice.  A special section has been added on handling arbitration requests with a hard look at procuring cause issues.

Click here to register

 


 

You Be the Judge And Jury
June 19 | 9am-1pm | Instructor: Mike Gobin
(CEE2240) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

This course focuses on the administrative responsibilities of the Grievance and Professional Standards Committee when reviewing an ethics complaint or arbitration request.  Combined with an update changes to the Code of Ethics and an emphasis on case interpretations, the content will make it easy to apply the Code of Ethics to daily real estate practice.  A special section has been added on handling arbitration requests with a hard look at procuring cause issues.

Click here to register

 

 


 

 

Ethical Decision Making – Your Choice <It’s Legal, but Is It Right?>
June 13 | 2pm-6pm  | Instructor: Tom Daniel
(CEE2070) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

While it may be difficult to find stable footing amidst the chaos of change, real estate professionals can choose to engage in responsible and morally desirable behavior, they can help people in need, and they can choose to do the right thing. This course points us in that direction through an interactive case study approach to solving dilemmas when the law says you can, but you wonder if you should.

Click Here to register


 

CTAR-Code of Ethics 2.5 
June 21 | 2:00pm-4:30pm | Instructor: Mike Gobin
(CEE2675) 2 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR 2.5 hour Ethics renewal requirement

This class is designed to meet the 2.5 hour mandatory ethics training requirement of the National Association of REALTORS®…in addition it has been approved by the SCREC  for 2 hours of elective continuing education credit

Click Here to Register

 


 

CTAR-Code of Ethics 2.5 
Jun 27 | 2:00pm-4:30pm | Instructor: Mike Gobin
(CEE2675) 2 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR 2.5 hour Ethics renewal requirement

This class is designed to meet the 2.5 hour mandatory ethics training requirement of the National Association of REALTORS®…in addition it has been approved by the SCREC  for 2 hours of elective continuing education credit

Click Here to Register

 


 

 

Choose Your Path
July 31, 2018 | 9am-1pm | Instructor: David Jaffee
(CEE1306) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

Determining the “right” way is not always so easy.  This course will challenge you with common dilemmas that face agents in today’s competitive market and help you make the correct decision on what action to take.

Click here to register

 

 


 

 

Choose Your Path
October 10, 2018 | 2p-6p | Instructor: David Jaffee
(CEE1306) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

Determining the “right” way is not always so easy.  This course will challenge you with common dilemmas that face agents in today’s competitive market and help you make the correct decision on what action to take.

Click Here to register


 

Ethical Decision Making – Your Choice <It’s Legal, but Is It Right?>
November 15 | 9am-1pm | Instructor: Tom Daniel
(CEE2070) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

While it may be difficult to find stable footing amidst the chaos of change, real estate professionals can choose to engage in responsible and morally desirable behavior, they can help people in need, and they can choose to do the right thing. This course points us in that direction through an interactive case study approach to solving dilemmas when the law says you can, but you wonder if you should.

Click Here to register


 

Real Estate Ethics
December 12 | 1pm-5pm | Instructor: Tom Daniel
(CEE2208) 4 Elective Hours
Also meets the NAR Code of Ethics requirement

This course explores the ethical issues surrounding real estate transactions, and although the focus will be the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics, the discussion leaders will bring real-live experiences into discussion through actual case studies.

Click Here to register

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