Classroom Education

The following classes will be held at the Training Room, 32 South Public Square, Jefferson, GA 30549.


CE Class: Understanding the Real Estate Closing Process from TRID to Title / May 2, 2019
9:30 am – 12:45 pm
Free to Members / $20 Non Members / 3 CE Credits
Instructor: Harold Minsk
RSVP Online


CE Class: Mold: What you Need to Know About Mold and How to Read Air Sampling Reports / June 3, 2019
9 am – 12 pm
Free to Members / $20 Non Members / 3 CE Credits
Sponsored by The Brickkicker
RSVP Online
Course Summary: The presence of mold can derail the home buying process. Participants of this course will learn common causes of mold and how they can be addressed in order to diminish the impact of mold when buying and selling a property.
Learning Objectives: By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Define mold and explain its common causes
  • Describe health effects of mold
  • Provide answers to buyers’ commonly asked questions regarding mold
  • Describe the impact of mold on the real estate transaction

CE Class: Managing the Home Inspection / July 16, 2019
9 am – 12 pm
Free to Members / $20 Non Members / 3 CE Credits
Sponsored by The Brickkicker
RSVP Online
Course Summary: The home inspection is one of the most crucial parts of the home buying process. Offers are finalized or revoked as a result of a home inspector’s report. A home inspection can be a source of anxiety for buyers, sellers, and real estate agents. However, real estate agents can ease some of their clients’ anxieties by helping them to be better educated and prepared for the home inspection process. A good home inspection should be thorough so that all parties have confidence when completing the home buying process.

Learning Objectives / By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Direct their clients to the best inspectors
  • Better equip the buyer for the home inspection
  • Advise and prepare the seller
  • Anticipate frequently asked home inspector questions

CE Class: Radon and Real Estate Transactions / August 20, 2019
9 am – 12 pm
Free to Members / $20 Non Members / 3 CE Credits
Sponsored by The Brickkicker
RSVP Online
Course Summary: Any home, regardless of when it was built, its location, or the materials used to build the home, can expose its residents to radon. Many states require that a home’s radon history be disclosed to potential buyers. As a result, radon testing may play an important role in the real estate transaction process. Real estate agents that are better informed on the potential hazards associated with radon as well as mitigation techniques will be able to better guide their clients through the real estate transaction process.

Learning Objectives By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify risks associated with long-term radon exposure.
  • Describe ways that radon can infiltrate a house.
  • Explain testing measures that can be used to identify the presence of radon in a home.
  • Describe the benefits of radon mitigation systems.
  • Guide their clients through the real estate transaction process with particular sensitivity to radon.