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75-Hour Salesperson Qualifying Course


Course Description

Clinton Community College has partnered with Dearborn Real Estate Education to offer a NY State approved and ARELLO certified Real Estate Salesperson Course online. Successful completion of this course satisfies the 75 hour educational requirement for those who wish to obtain a license to sell real estate. Topics include: law of contracts and agencies, real estate instruments, financing, disclosure law and more. Passing an on campus proctored final exam is required. Upon successful completion of the course you will be sent a course completion certificate that you will use when applying to the state. For information on the steps involved with obtaining your license through NY State please visit the Division of Licensing Services website.


Student Computer Requirements

REcampus online courses can run on either Windows-based PCs or Macintosh OS computers with an internet connection, 56K modem or greater, 800 x 600 screen resolution, sufficient memory to run system software and browser, Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.5 or greater, with Java and Cookies to be enabled.

 

Assignments

Each module contains reading assignments, interactive exercises, and unit exams.

 

Testing, Grading, and Course Completion Information

Each module contains a unit exam at the end of the module that requires a 90% to pass. Assignments can be completed at your own pace. Students have 12 months to complete the course, starting from the day of registration.

 

The final exam is a proctored exam that will be completed in person at Clinton Community College. You will be eligible to take the proctored final exam when you have met the course mastery requirements. Mastery is determined through lesson exams and interactive exercises, which contain fair but challenging questions and actives, styled to give the learner the opportunity to show how much information he or she has retained.  At intervals throughout the course, interactive exercises ask students to process the information they have encountered during reading and test-taking and apply it to four kinds of tasks (labeling, matrix, matching, and ordering). Each type of exercise is designed to engage students in distinctive and complementary intellectual operations: mapping a process (ordering), categorization (matrix), definition (matching), and visual analysis (labeling).

 

Once you have met the course mastery criteria and satisfied the minimum seat time requirements (75 hours) the program will allow you to upload your course information which will be sent to the college. At that point an appointment will be made with you to take the final exam. You must obtain a 70% on the final exam to pass the course.

 

The Proctored Final Exam is held at Clinton Community College, 136 Clinton Point Drive, Plattsburgh NY in the Center for Community and Workforce Development.

 

Contact and Resource Information

If students have questions about course content, please contact the course instructor, Kathleen Rose Insley Esq., by e-mail: kinsley@insleylaw.com or by telephone: 566-0833. Our instructor will respond to all requests within 48 hours.  


Our technical support service may be reached toll-free at 888-213-5124. This service is available from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. CST daily.

 

For registration and general questions about the program contact the Real Estate Coordinator, Ashley Cousens, by phone: 518-562-4145, fax: 518-562-4308 email: Ashley J. Cousens, or stop by our office at Clinton Community College , The Center for Community and Workforce Development, 136 Clinton Point Drive, Plattsburgh NY 12901.

 

Clinton Community College Library: The library is located on the 2nd floor of the main academic building. Hours are posted each semester on the library website

 

Registration and Payment Information     

Registration is ongoing and can be completed by contacting the Center for Community and Workforce Development at the number above.

 

Program Fee: $365

 

Online Registration: www.clinton.edu/ccwd

Mail-In: Print Registration Form and mail your payment of check or money order to the address on the form


Walk-In:
 Stop by our office located behind the Science and Technology building. Pines Cottage, building 100.

Bill your company by using the Commit to Pay Template on your own company letterhead, have it signed by the person authorizing the bill, and send it with your registration form. 

 

Withdrawals and Refunds
100% refund prior to the first day of class.
0% after the class has begun.

You must contact the Center for Community and Workforce Development at 562-4139 prior to the start of the class for a full refund. If it is before or after hours, please leave a message. No refunds are available once class begins. Refunds will be disbursed by check payable to the individual who is registered unless registration was paid for with a credit card or billed to a company. Refunds, cancellations, or withdrawals for classes that were paid for with a credit card will be reimbursed directly to the credit card that was used for payment. If a company was billed for the tuition fee, the refund will go to the company that paid. 

Affidavit and Distance Education Course Evaluation Form

All students must submit a completed Affidavit and Evaluation Form to the Center for Community and Workforce Development office once you have completed an online course.

 

Click here to download the PDF of the affidavit.

Click here to download the PDF of the Evaluation Form.

Education through distance learning can be convenient; however, it does require a commitment to personal training for each individual.  Some students may find a classroom environment more desirable.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the Center for Community and Workforce Development office at 562-4145 or Ashley J. Cousens. By registering for this course I acknowledge that I have read the School Policy and Orientation.

I understand it is my responsibility to complete this course and final exam within 12 months of registration.

Course Access
Once you have registered you can access your course by clicking on the link below!