A one-minute video explains how TREC changed your education

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03/26/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

One minute is all you need to get advice and information related to your real estate business. Just tune in to the Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute. This entertaining video series features the same kind of useful coverage you see in the pages of Texas REALTOR® magazine. A new video will be posted with each new issue, and you’ll find details on the most current video in every issue.

Watch the first video—an explanation about a change to TREC terminology—right now.

Categories: Continuing education
Tags: continuing education, education, trec, video


Comments

Alexandra Fincher on 03/27/2015

Why was the Mandatory removed?  I think CE sounds like it is not important enough.  I feel like we have just become so matter of fact, even the wording does not have importance.  I miss the 1980’s.

Dena Smith on 03/26/2015

Really? You needed a VIDEO to convey this information?
Why not at least include a simple sentence conveying this information in the email you’ve already delivered?

Debbie Russell on 03/26/2015

OK fine, but WHY?  Why change it from MCE to CE?  Maybe so when we tell our clients we are in class all day that continuing education sounds much better than mandatory continuing education.  If it sound voluntary and not mandatory it sounds better?  OK fine I guess.


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