GRI 100 Series - 6 Day 45 hours Sales Post Licensing
Set yourself apart from the competition!
ORRA Members: $219
Non ORRA REALTOR®: $399
The GRI program is designed to enhance your knowledge of real estate marketing. Completion of the GRI 100, 200, and 300 series (seven 2-day modules) will equip you with one of the industry's most respected professional designations - Graduate REALTOR® Institute.
The GRI 100: Standards of Practice provides a "nuts-and-bolts" approach to real estate and consists of the three, 2-day modules; GRI 101: Professionalism and the Law, GRI 102: Starting Your Business, and GRI 103: Maximize Your Profitability.
Instructors Include: Dick Fryer, Chuck Bonamer, Cynthia DeLuca, Deborah Diesing, Gonzalo Mejia, Grant Simon and Charli Phelps.
The attendee must attend the GRI modules in their entirety and my not miss more that 75 minutes of classroom instruction time in each of these 2-day modules. Time is not cumulative- it is strictly enforced for each 2-day module.
A fee of 50% will be assessed for cancellations received within 5 days of course date and no refund for No Shows. If you wish to cancel your education class or course registration, please contact ORRA's Professional Development Department at 407.513.7268 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Completion of the GRI-100 Series (6 days) provides 45-hour Sales Associate Post-licensing (SPL) credits. Completion of the GRI-200 Series (4 days) or the GRI-300 Series (4 days) provides 30-hour Broker Post-Licensing (BPL) credits. Completion of the 2-day modules, GRI 101 and GRI 103, provides 14 CE credit hours (11 hours "specialty" CE credits plus 3 hours of Core Law). Completion of the 2-day modules, GRI 102, 201, 202, 301, and 302, will provide 11 hours "specialty" CE credit hours. To receive course credit, continuous attendance is mandatory for all GRI modules. GRI modules may be taken in any order and all seven 2-day modules must be completed within 5 years to receive the GRI designation. A 50-question exam at the end of each 2-day module will be administered and requires a 75% passing grade to receive applicable Post-licensing and GRI credit; passing grade not required for continuing education credit.