Instructor: Richard H. Burch, CRB, CRS, GRI, TRC, e-PRO, AHWD
In addition to the workbook everyone will receive a working copy of a policy manual in WORD FORMAT that is completely customizable for their office and personal use.
Live Zoom Presentation
Zoom Link and Course material will be sent to class registrants the day prior to class.
Registration via the ZOOM link is REQUIRED to reserve your place and join the training session. Computer/Laptop/Tablet with internet access and audio is REQUIRED.After registering for the meeting, you will receive a confirmation, click on the zoom link provided. Follow the instructions containing the Zoom meeting instructions; CLICK “ADD TO CALENDAR” to reserve the time in your personal calendar and save the join instructions.
Saving the reservation to your calendar will provide an automated reminder about the session as well as the instructions to Join the session with the time comes.
When it’s time to join the meeting, simply follow the prompts in your ZOOM calendar reservation. From your Computer/Laptop/Tablet, click the URL/link to join the event. Make sure your volume is turned up so you can hear the instructors when they start the session.
By the end of this course participants will:
• Understand the importance and need of a office policy manual
• What NAR says a policy manual should do
• How to use this workbook in creating their own policy manual
• Understand what a policy manual should contain
• Understand how to use a policy manual properly
• Understand how to use the separate “WORD” template provide for their policy manual
• Understand and have the tools necessary to create their own policy manual
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