13 Mar 45 Hour Broker Pre-licensing: Real Estate Brokerage-3/13/17 45 Hour Broker Pre-licensing: Real Estate Brokerage-3/13/17 Monday, March 13, 2017 (8:30 AM to 4:30 PM) DAAR-1, Ashburn, Virginia Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocationInstructors This is a 45 hour broker pre-license course for those individuals currently with a real estate salesperson's license who are seeking to obtain a broker's license. This course satisfies 45 hours of the 180 hour educational requirement for a broker's license. - Course meets on Mondays from 8:30am - 4:30pm and will meet for 6 sessions: Meeting Schedule: 3/13, 3/20, 3/27, 4/3, 4/10, 4/24, Deadline to Register: February 27, 2017 This is a highly interactive 45 hour broker pre-license course of lecture, class discussion and group project.Students will form groups and create a real estate firm from the ground up then present their project to the class at the end of the course. Lectures will be on the following topics along with several quizzes;Leadership, Management Skills, Communications and Decision Making, Analyzing the Business Environment, Analyzing the Market, Developing a Plan, Structuring the Organization, Business Systems, Finances, Business Policies and Procedures, Marketing and Advertising, Practical and Legal Realities of staffing, Recruiting, Professional Competency, Coaching and Training, Critiquing operations, Managing Risk DAAR-1 - Classroom 1 DAAR-1 (Classroom 1)21720 Red Rum DriveSuite 177Ashburn, VA 20147 Map & Directions Worrilow, Mark 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 served as the Education Committee Chair from 2004 – 2010 and Instructor of the Year for 2010 at the Prince William Association. A graduate of the US Naval Academy, Mark retired in 1997 and immediately commenced a second career, this time in real estate. He is the District Director of Fathom Realty.