The Associate Broker Course
You have your Maine Sales Agent license. What's next? Start your Associate Broker Course NOW!
We know that you are busy and find it difficult to attend class meetings at inconvenient times and in faraway places. We are pleased to offer our Associate Broker Course in a "blended" format where you complete online self-study at your own pace, and attend workshops in the classroom. You may start your online study today and attend the workshops as scheduled in each class offering.
Travel less, learn more!
The Associate Broker Course quickly reviews what you learned in the Sales Agent Course then does a "deep dive" into topics of interest to real estate licensees practicing here in Maine. There is no textbook, and there are no "state" or "national" exams after you complete the course.
- Complete 34 hours of online self-study -- videos, audio clips, animations, knowledge checks, case studies, scored quizzes -- at your own pace. You need high speed internet access and a computer or tablet. Your instructor is only an email away and responds to your questions within one day.
- Attend workshops. Take the scheduled workshops after the prerequisite online content for each workshop including case studies and exercises that you will bring to each workshop.
- Take a 2-hour Final Exam proctored by your instructor at the end of your last workshop.
To be eligible to apply for your Associate Broker license you must achieve a grade of 75% or above in this course and complete 40 hours of Documented Field Experience under the supervision of your designated broker (or his or her designee).
Questions? Please contact instructor Ed Getty at email@example.com.
Upcoming Associate Broker Classes:
|The Associate Broker Course-September 2017-Westbrook
Husson University Westbrook Campus
Instructor: Ed Getty,GRI,CRS
ONLINE, AT YOUR CONVENIENCE
|Maine Real Estate
This is a blended on-line and live course. The 4 workshops begin on September 12, 2017 and end on October 3 and require pre-work to be completed prior to attending workshops in order to receive credit. Minimal pre-work for first class is completing all lessons in Unit 1 and 2 and completion of a property disclosure form. Bring to first workshop two completed DB questionnaires and the property disclosure form. Refer to course Training Plan for details.