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08/05/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

The Texas Association of REALTORS® Instructor Training Institute will be offered August 17-18 in Austin.

You sit in a lot of classes as a student, but have you been trained on what to do when you’re at the front of the room? Here’s how TAR’s Instructor Training Institute can help you.

  • It’s packed with practical information. You’ll learn how to gauge your audience’s learning styles, use materials to support your presentation, and ask questions that stimulate meaningful discussion. 
  • You’ll exercise your new skills before leaving the room. Each ITI attendee will create and deliver a 10- to 12-minute presentation based on what you learn in the training. 
  • It’s short. The two-day schedule lets you get back to work and put what you’ve learned into practice.   
  • It’s made just for Texas REALTORS®. Any member of the association is welcome to take the course to improve presentation skills, lead more productive meetings, and communicate better with clients and colleagues. 

Visit the Instructor Training Institute page for registration information.

Categories: Business tips, Continuing education
Tags: education, professional development, instructor training institute


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