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The Manitoba Real Estate Association (MREA) says it is the first real estate association in Canada to implement an external education advisory board.


Construction, financing, legal aspects, for Pete’s sake – many industries require real-time training under a mentor. In the real estate industry, however, apprenticeship isn’t a given. Does that sound weird to anyone else?

John DiMichele, left and Miguel Lameiro.


John DiMichele: "Earlier this summer, I met with Miguel Lameiro, Humber College associate dean of program delivery, education and training solutions."


Century 21 First Canadian has always prided itself in providing superior training programs for new sales representatives as well as support and mentorship for all salespeople we employ.


Last year, following a competitive RFP process, RECO worked with consulting firm CamProf Inc. to launch a formal and rigorous review of all aspects of the Mandatory Continuing Education (MCE) program.


Education continues long after mandatory licensing courses. Personal coaching and private training is gaining popularity throughout business sectors.


You are taught a lot in real estate school – how to close a transaction, industry practices and how to value a property, among other things. But the most valuable real estate lessons are learned outside of school.


The Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) wants to see an overhaul of the Real Estate Council of Ontario’s (RECO) mandatory continuing education (CE) program.


"I’d like to tell you about some developments that everyone in our industry should be excited about," says Mike Cusano, chair of the Real Estate Council of Ontario’s Board of Directors.


The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) has chosen the consortium of Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning and NIIT Canada as the future provider of registration education for real estate salespeople and brokers in the province.