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The following is the expected schedule for the APC course. Dates, times and instructors are subject to change.

Jul 31 - Aug 13

Component 1: Five Online Modules

The first component of this course builds on the knowledge acquired through the Licensing Course. Learners have two weeks to complete five online modules: Introduction, Agency, Disclosure, Contracts and the completion of a final assignment. Learners will contribute to online discussions, watch video clips from experts in the field and complete various activities and quizzes. At the end of each module learners must complete a "gateway assessment" which tests the learner’s understanding of the concepts. In order to progress to Component 2, learners must achieve 65 per cent or higher on each of the gateway assessments.

The instructor(s) for this session are scheduled to be:
Helen Grant
234
Eddie Ganeff
221
Aug 16, 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Component 2: Classroom Session - Day 1

This highly interactive session is offered over two days in a classroom setting. Day 1 addresses the competencies related to listing a property for sale. Through the use of a case study and immersive role-play learners discuss agency, review disclosures related to property and ask the sellers to sign a listing agreement. Learners work with forms and documents commonly used in the profession as well as view experienced licensees working though the scenarios.

The instructor(s) for this session are scheduled to be:
Helen Grant
234
UBC Robson Square
800 Robson St
Vancouver, BC
V6Z 3B7
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Aug 17, 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Component 2: Classroom Session - Day 2

Day 2 of Component 2 addresses the competencies related to representing a buyer in the purchase of strata. Learners present the Exclusive Buyer’s Agency Contract, draft a contract of purchase and sale and review the buying process with their clients. Learners role-play various scenarios and through the use of videoclips watch experienced licensees present a version of the scenario.

The instructor(s) for this session are scheduled to be:
Eddie Ganeff
221
UBC Robson Square
800 Robson St
Vancouver, BC
V6Z 3B7
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Sep 11 - Jan 14

Component 3: Six Field Assignments

Component 3 is to be completed within a four and half month timeframe while learners are working at their brokerage. Learners are expected to complete six online field assignments:

  1. Listing a Property for Sale – Representing a Seller
  2. Establishing Agency and Providing Trading Services to or on behalf of a Buyer
  3. Holding an Open House – Your Agency Responsibilities
  4. Researching Properties
  5. Drafting an Enforceable Contract of Purchase and Sale - either for a client or customer
  6. Presenting an Offer and Negotiating a Counter-Offer

Once learners have completed all six online field assignments, a final assignment is to be completed which reflects on the learners overall experience. This final assignment will provide the instructor with the information needed to tailor Component 4, the final component to the individual needs of each group of learners.

The instructor(s) for this session are scheduled to be:
Sharon Wayman
202

Sharon Wayman brings over 24 years to her real estate career with a focus in residential sales. Her passion for education in the real estate profession is evidenced in her instruction of the Residential Trading Services Applied Practice Course, and within her office as trainer, coach and mentor as well as office manager.

Sharon was a director for the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board, and as a director she chaired the MLS® committee. She also served on the arbitration committee, for both the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board and the British Columbia Real Estate Association. Sharon has also served on various professional development and business practices committees.

Jan 23, 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Component 4: Final Classroom Session

The final component is a classroom session designed to review core concepts presented throughout the course. Learners review discipline cases taken from previous versions of the Real Estate Errors & Omissions Insurance Legal Update courses to learn from the experience of other licensees. Learners review the Council’s Complaint and Discipline process and consider how they can implement best practices to avoid such circumstances. The final hour of this five-hour component is spent on self-assessment. Learners complete a contract of purchase and sale based on a scenario presented; respond to several objective questions based on agency, disclosure and contract, and complete a learning plan which can be shared with their managing broker, if applicable. The learning plan is intended to support new licensees in their overall professional development.

The instructor(s) for this session are scheduled to be:
Sharon Wayman
202

Sharon Wayman brings over 24 years to her real estate career with a focus in residential sales. Her passion for education in the real estate profession is evidenced in her instruction of the Residential Trading Services Applied Practice Course, and within her office as trainer, coach and mentor as well as office manager.

Sharon was a director for the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board, and as a director she chaired the MLS® committee. She also served on the arbitration committee, for both the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board and the British Columbia Real Estate Association. Sharon has also served on various professional development and business practices committees.

UBC Robson Square
800 Robson St
Vancouver, BC
V6Z 3B7
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