How you can get CE at sea
08/04/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff
If you’re interested in expanding your business beyond the United States, working toward your Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designation, or just want a chance to network with Texas REALTORS® in a few exciting destinations, the 2017 Texas REALTORS® International Cruise is for you.
Setting sail from Galveston on February 26, 2017, next year’s cruise will go to Cozumel, Mexico; George Town, Grand Cayman; and Falmouth, Jamaica. Over the seven-day trip, you’ll be able to choose from 44 hours of international-themed continuing education courses, including three elective CIPS courses. In addition, you can choose from three property tours—one at each port—and get a feel for how you can expand your business globally.
Texas REALTORS® who have attended past cruises say they’re a great way to meet different people from across the state and other countries and learn how they do business, and have enjoyed getting a firsthand look at the business possibilities abroad.
Learn more and register for next year’s event at texasrealestate.com/cruise.
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