Broker Pre-License Course
The Broker Pre-License Course is a 72 hour in-depth class covering the areas of concern to real estate brokers; Appraisal, Finance, Investment and Business Management. This course provides the basic knowledge by which brokers can conduct their business in a competent, ethical manner.
*Tuition includes textbook and 2 day IFREC State Exam Prep Course.
Course Dates for 2019
- July 12 - 30
Registration Link Coming Soon
Sales Associate Pre-License Course
The Institute of Florida Real Estate Careers in cooperation with the office of Continuing Education and Outreach is proud to offer the real estate sales associate pre-license course on the DeLand Campus. The sales associate pre-license course is a 63-hour comprehensive view of the theoretical, practical and legal aspects of real estate. The principles of this course are designed to aid the aspiring real estate salesperson in successfully completing the pre-licensing course, end of course exam and State exam.
Course Dates for 2019
- March 29 - April 16
- June 4 - 20
- August 13 - 29
- October 4 - 22
Community Association Manager Course
The Community Association Manager Course is an 18-hour in-depth class required for those who want to manage homeowners and condominium associations of more than 10 units or have an annual budget in excess of $100,000. A community association manager manages the common property and services of condominiums, cooperatives, and planned communities through their homeowners' or community associations.
- Registration link coming soon
Online Continuing Education for Realtors
Our partnership with realestateCE.com allows participants to benefit from the following deeply discounted online continuing education classes:
- Core Law Hours - Core Law
- Ethics and Business Practices - Florida Ethics and Business Practices
- Duties of a Real Estate Broker
- Fair Housing for the Real Estate Industry
- Agency Exposed
- Good Guys/Bad Guys - Who's Who in Mortgage Fraud
- The Law of the Land - Fair Housing
- Contracts and Leasing
- Property Management
- Managing Conflicts with Tenants, Clients and Employees
- Risk Awareness
- Disclosure Is Not A Secret
- Planning and Growing a Real Estate Business
- The Power of Social Media Marketing
- Doing the Right Thing - The Code
- Benefits of a Professional Home Inspection
- Tiny Homes and Other Alternative Properties
- The Millennials are Changing Real Estate
Grant Writing Class
Grant writing class covers how to write grant proposals start to finish and how to locate and track relevant grant opportunities. Federal, state, local and non-governmental, private sector grants are covered. The class learning objectives include everything you need to know to get started writing grants. Beginning and experienced grant writers from city, county and state agencies as well as nonprofits, K-12, colleges and universities are encouraged to attend.
Grant Writing Management Class
Grant management class is for government grant recipient organizations. As such, in this class and through helpful course topics, you'll learn how to manage your federal, state or local government grants in accordance with laws and mandatory compliance guidelines.