EDUCATION

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Certificate programs are optional and designed solely for your career advancement.

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Principles of Property Management

Method of Study: Home study

Course Materials: Manitoba Encyclopedia, Canadian Encyclopedia, Property Management Workbook

Prerequisite: None

Deadlines: You must complete the course within six months of the original course start date (including exam and exam re-writes, if necessary)

Outcome: Students who complete the course are eligible for a licence restricted to property management through The Manitoba Securities Commission (MSC). See MSC for details.

Course Description: Principles of Property Management course recognizes the unique requirements of property managers, tenants, and landlords in an increasingly sophisticated marketplace. The course focuses solely on property management skills and knowledge. Discussions, examples, and exercises cover a broad range of areas, including residential, office, retail, and industrial.

The range of information, combined with a broad array of exercises, prepares you for marketplace challenges, while setting the stage for advanced studies in other property management programs.

Principles of Commercial Real Estate

Method of Study: Home study

Course Materials: Manitoba Encyclopedia, Canadian Encyclopedia, Commercial Workbook, Assignment Booklet

Prerequisite: None

Deadlines: You must complete the course within six months of your registration date (including exam and exam re-writes, if necessary)

Course Description: Principles of Commercial Real Estate is a competency-based course designed for commercial practitioners. This program recognizes the unique requirements of commercial clients and customers in an increasingly sophisticated marketplace. Consumers need, expect, and deserve different perspectives and expertise from commercial practitioners as compared with residential salespeople and brokers.

This course has two underlying, interwoven themes that differentiate this course from previous courses. First, the focus is solely on commercial skill and knowledge with particular regard to acceptable standards and levels of consumer protection expected of salespeople entering this field. Second, discussions, examples and exercises cover a broad range of sub-specialty areas including office, retail, industrial, multi-residential, and vacant land. This range of information, combined with a broad array of exercises, prepares participants for marketplace challenges, while setting the stage for advanced studies in other commercial programs.

Successful completion of this course is a prerequisite for membership in the Commercial Division of WinnipegREALTORS®.

Agricultural Real Estate in Manitoba

Method of Study: Home study

Course Materials: Manitoba Encyclopedia, Canadian Encyclopedia, Agriculture Workbook, Assignment Booklet

Prerequisite: None

Deadlines: You must complete the course within six months of your registration date (including the assignment booklet completed and marked, exam, and exam re-writes if necessary)

Course Description: A real estate salesperson specializing in the sale of farm properties in Manitoba requires thorough product knowledge. This knowledge is highly specialized and covers such broad topics as legal issues and provincial statutes, tax issues in the sale of farms, the different types of crops grown in Manitoba, and the livestock grown on farms in Manitoba. Environmental issues such as storage of manure, burning of crop residue, septic tanks, etc. are also important.

Condominium Sales in Manitoba

Method of Study: Home study

Course Materials: Manitoba Encyclopedia, Canadian Encyclopedia, Condominium Sales Workbook

Prerequisite: None

Deadlines: You must complete the course within six months of your registration date (including exam and exam rewrites, if necessary)

Course Description: This course covers the statutory condominium offer to purchase from, statutory requirements that must be followed under the Condominium Act in the sale of a condominium, and the difference in the listing and sale of a condominium unit as opposed to the listing and sale of a house.

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