EDUCATION

INTERPROVINCIAL AND CHALLENGE PROGRAMS

Interprovincial and challenge programs are optional.

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Salesperson Challenge

Method of Study: Home study

Course Materials: Canadian Encyclopedia, Manitoba Encyclopedia, Salesperson Challenge Workbook

Prerequisite: Must be a licensed salesperson who was previously licensed in Manitoba and has been unlicensed for one-five years

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 to become a licensed salesperson in Manitoba through The Manitoba Securities Commission (MSC). See MSC for details.

Course Description: This course is an abbreviated version of Real Estate as a Professional Career, Modules 1 – 4. For details, see Become a Salesperson >

Salesperson Interprovincial

Method of Study: Home study

Course Materials: Manitoba Encyclopedia, Canadian Encyclopedia Salesperson Interprovincial Workbook

Prerequisite: Must be a licensed salesperson who is currently licensed outside Manitoba or who has held a licence outside Manitoba within the last 12 months

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 to become a licensed salesperson through The Manitoba Securities Commission (MSC). See MSC for details

Course Description: This course is an abbreviated version of Real Estate as a Professional Career, Modules 1 – 4. The course covers only those areas which differ from province to province. This course is in compliance with the Canadian Regulators Reciprocity Agreement.

For details, see Become a Salesperson >

Broker Challenge

Method of Study: Home study

Course Materials: Manitoba Encyclopedia, Canadian Encyclopedia, Broker Challenge Workbook

Prerequisite: Must be a licensed broker who was previously licensed in Manitoba and has been unlicensed for one-five years, OR an individual who completed the broker licence program more than five years ago and now wishes to apply for registration in a management category

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 to become a licensed broker through The Manitoba Securities Commission (MSC). See MSC for details.

Course Description: This course covers many of the important statutes that all real estate practitioners in Manitoba are required to abide by.

Broker Interprovincial

Method of Study: Home study

Course Materials: Manitoba Encyclopedia, Canadian Encyclopedia, Broker Interprovincial Workbook

Prerequisite: Must be a licensed broker or authorized official who is currently licensed outside Manitoba or who held a licence outside Manitoba within the last 12 months

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

Outcome: Students who complete the course are eligible to become a licensed broker through The Manitoba Securities Commission (MSC). See MSC for details.

Course Description: This course is an abbreviated version of the broker licencing program. The course covers only those areas that differ from province to province. The course is in compliance with the Canadian Regulators Reciprocity Agreement.

For details, see Broker Licence >

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