CE- International Forum: U.S. & Beyond

08 Apr

CE - International Forum: U.S. & Beyond - 4/8/19

CE - International Forum: U.S. & Beyond - 4/8/19

Monday, April 8, 2019 (8:00 AM to 4:00 PM)
7 Hours Real Estate Related CE Hours
DAAR-2, Ashburn, Virginia

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REALTORS® will learn how to assess and understand attributes of diversity in local markets and their impact on the real estate industry.  You will understand basic competencies to earn the confidence of potential buyers and sellers, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, handicaps, familial status, or national origin.  It will help you build a business plan that minimizes risk and successfully services all types of clients.

After successfully completing the course, REALTORS® are eligible to apply for the official AHWD certification, which conveys to clients they are working with a dynamic real estate professional with expertise that transcends cultural barriers.

Early-bird Registration Deadline April 1, 2019, Register Now!

DAAR-2 - Classroom 2
DAAR-2 (Classroom 2)
21720 Red Rum Drive, #177
Ashburn, VA 20110

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Mark Worrilow

Mark began his career as an instructor while serving in the Navy teaching courses both in leadership and warfare subjects. He carried his teaching methods out of the military and soon became a USSF certified referee instructor. As a REALTOR® Mark holds his ABR and SFR designations and teaches pre-licensing classes and other professional development classes as well as being a certified Fair Housing, REALTOR® Code of Ethics and RSA instructor.  

Mark, a graduate of the US Naval Academy, is a retired Naval Officer and 25 year career REALTOR®. Experienced in the classroom, he started his teaching career an instructor in the Navy and followed on as an instructor and mentor for soccer referees. Over the last 15 years he has been a licensed real estate instructor teaching pre-licensing, CE/PLE classes and NAR certifications and designations. Mark’s philosophy in education is to be participatory in nature and that classroom engagement by students allows for both a better learning environment and an opportunity to be a student himself.