Earn your Seller Representative Specialist (SRS) Designation

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CLASS: SRS Designation (Seller Representative Seller)* + 6 Elective CE Credits!
TRAINER: Adorna Carroll
WHEN: Tuesday and Wednesday, June 24 and June 25
TIME: 9:00am-5:00pm (must attend both days to receive designation)
WHERE: Berlin Community Center – 230 Kensington Road, Berlin, CT     06037
COST: $279
 Be amongst the 1st 25 people to register. Use promo code: SRS80 to get course for just $199!
 
  
Click Here To Register Now
  *The designation is now part of the NAR family of designations.
 
**See attached flyer for more information
 
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Strategic and Business Planning

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Many local and state associations that have Strategic Plans never use them once they are done since volunteers have difficulty transforming the abstract goals into action items.

Adorna Carroll has the ability to work with association leaders so that the goals and objectives created by the group become more concrete. She has the ability to help the group translate those goals and objectives into an implementation plan for committees. This helps an association progress from a ‘bunch of great ideas’ to measurable action items with results which creates a culture where the group identifies the general direction of the organization and then delegates the objectives to the committees for completion yielding forward momentum and a blueprint for success.

Each successive review of the organization’s accomplishments creates a foundation for building rather than starting over each year with a new plan.

Once those goals are established and ratified, objectives are identified and delivered to the various committees for action to be completed within a specific time frame. This format keeps the committees of the organization on track and focused on activities that coincide with the strategic and long-range goals of the organization so that, as a group, everyone moves in a forward direction toward the same horizon.

Facilitator: Adorna O. Carroll

Lively action-packed program facilitated with humor and real-world attitude! References available upon request from state and local associations that have experienced this method of facilitation.

Step 1: Business Planning – Goals and Objectives identified for 1-3 years
This is the first step to creating a new culture. Mission and Vision statements are only reviewed not re-done. This timeline creates momentum and is tangible for volunteers to brainstorm and delegate. Committee activity is review for measurable results and the process is best repeated for a couple of times to get the ball rolling without micromanagement of the committee activities.

Step 2: Strategic Planning – Visioning and Goal-Setting identified for 3-5+ years
Once the culture has been created, the Strategic Thinking Group can brainstorm out of the box and look beyond the horizon line for the association. The culture shift allows for global direction setting so that the rest of the team can continue formulating objectives that coincide with the long-range and strategic direction of the association. Mission and Vision statements stated and only discussed if they are not consistent with the overall direction.

  • 1 or 1 1/2 day programs
  • Each of these programs can be combined with Leadership Training if desired.
  • Fee for facilitation is uniquely assessed and quoted with Association budgets in mind.

For more information, contact us at info@DynamicDirections.com

www.DynamicDirections.com

The REAL choice in Real Estate training and educational choices.

 

Real Estate Schools in CT

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Real Estate Licensure Course – 60 Hours; 20 Sessions

 This real estate course meets the minimum requirements as set forth by the CT Real Estate Commission that prepares you to take the real estate sales licensing exam or broker’s exam offered through the Department of Consumer Protection as set forth through the Dynamic Directions Real Estate School in CT. Register now.
 

New Classes Starting Now!

Monday and Thursday Evenings:
5:30pm – 8:30pm
Berlin Community Center; 230 Kensington Rd;
Berlin, CT 06037

Advanced registration and payment is required. Real Estate Class sizes are limited.  Textbooks are provided at your first real estate license class and NOT provided in advance.

We have an excellent student pass rate!
    Contact us about our ‘Bring a Buddy’ Discount Program!

 Veteran’s Program

We are currently working with the Veterans Administration for a special benefit retraining and placement program.
Email us for details at
Info@DynamicDirections.com 

Phone: 860-343-7978

 Pre-Licensing
Study Guide

http://www.DynamicDirections.com/PPStudyGuide 

Real Estate Leadership and Panning Solutions

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 Leadership and Planning Solutions

Leadership Training, Strategic and Business Planning Solutions and Volunteer Training Programs are critical for State and Local Industry Associations 

We have a full spectrum of leadership programs and planning solutions for your association that will suit your time and budget!

FEATURING OUR NEW
Leadership Training 
in a Box Series

Leadership Training Programs

Leadership Trainer 

Strategic and Business Planning

Leadership Mediations

ByLaw Facilitation

Association Executive Classes

How to get your real estate license

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CT Real Estate License

How to Get Your Real Estate License in CT

In Connecticut, before you can help people buy real estate in CT, or even show real estate listings in CT you must first get licensed to sell real estate in CT.  The process of obtaining a real estate license in Connecticut is to assure that only qualified, competent people are licensed in real estate in CT. Every state has its own real estate laws regulating the practice of real estate licensing, so you must pass Connecticut’s real estate license exam specifically.

The first step to getting your CT real estate license is to complete the real estate pre-licensing course from a Connecticut-approved school. You must pass the 60-hour Principles & Practices of Real Estate Course with a score of 70% or better.

If you are in the local area Dynamic Directions, Inc has an on-going licensing course that runs continuously twice a week so you can start almost anytime and when you have finished your required 60 hours of live class instruction you will be prepared to take the state exam.  If you are not local or those classes are not convenient for you, research the other Real estate schools in CT for successful completion of the pre-licensing course.

With verification of your completion of the real estate pre-licensing course, we will then help you to register with the CT Department of Consumer Protection to take the State Exam. Passing the real estate license State Exam with 70% or better will then earn you your license. Your goal should be to pass your CT real estate license exam the first time. We know that after completing the CT real estate Pre-License course, the best way to pass your licensing exam the first time is to practice by taking similar exams.

Is a full or part-time career in real estate for you?

If you are interested in joining a firm that demonstrates superior service at all junctures and only hires quality professionals that possess high integrity,  Contact us for more information

 

Real Estate Careers – How to get started as a licensed Realtor in Connecticut

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In today’s job market, many are venturing to a career in real estate. With the opportunities as a licensed real estate professional in CT, whether one is full or part time, real estate licensees feel representing both sellers and buyers in today’s real estate market are both rewarding and fulfilling. 

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Real Estate Careers

How to be a licensed real estate agent? Before you can help people buy real estate in CT, or even show real estate listings in CT you must first get licensed to sell real estate in CT.  The process of obtaining a real estate license in Connecticut is to assure that only qualified, competent people are licensed in real estate in CT. Every state has its own real estate laws regulating the practice of real estate licensing, so you must pass Connecticut’s real estate license exam specifically. 

The first step to getting your CT real estate license is to complete the real estate pre-licensing course from a Connecticut-approved school. You must pass the 60-hour Principles & Practices of Real Estate Course with a score of 70% or better.

If you are in the local area Dynamic Directions, Inc has an on-going licensing course that runs continuously twice a week so you can start almost anytime and when you have finished your required 60 hours of live class instruction you will be prepared to take the state exam.  If you are not local or those classes are not convenient for you, research the other Real estate schools in CT for successful completion of the pre-licensing course.

With verification of your completion of the real estate pre-licensing course, we will then help you to register with the CT Department of Consumer Protection to take the State Exam. Passing the real estate license State Exam with 70% or better will then earn you your license. Your goal should be to pass your CT real estate license exam the first time. We know that after completing the CT real estate Pre-License course, the best way to pass your licensing exam the first time is to practice by taking similar exams.

Visit www.DynamicDirections.com to register now for real estate courses and be the real estate professional you always wanted to be!

 

Why call Dynamic Directions to speak, teach and empower your real estate company or association?

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What Our Fans Are Saying About
Dynamic Directions

 

 

That was a great class! You’re great at what you do! Your enthusiasm is encouraging/contagious. I need to take your other short sale class as well. Will that one be happening again soon? I should have grabbed your business card.

Hoping I passed the class/test.🙂 I feel I absorbed all the info really well, but I may have rushed through the questions/answers a bit. 

I have a short sale in Cheshire I need to list soon. From what I learned yesterday, it may be totally feasible to get that property listed and sold! I may ultimately have a few questions.

Thanks for everything we learned yesterday! 
(I was the guy w/the hat. Glad you liked it!)

Thanks,
Realtor Ray

 

Thanks again for teaching the Principles and Practice course in Old Saybrook. I thought you, Tracy and David did a fantastic job teaching the material in an interesting and lively manner. I especially give you credit for being able to achieve this result with a fairly large class that had a wide range of backgrounds and experiences.

Matthew Callahan
Managing Director
Ash Creek Capital Management

 

I’ve heard such WONDERFUL things from the students (Mom, Dad, Karen Martin) as well as received two e-mails specifically thanking us all for a wonderful class (Ben Gillis & Gina McDonald).  Sounds like it was one heck of a class!!!!

Thank You,
Abby Krist, CAR

 

recently had the pleasure of attending the P&P real estate course offered by Dynamic Directions. Taking this class with the instructors Rhonda and Amy was one of the best decisions I have ever made. Their combined teaching style made learning about real estate fun, interesting and interactive. It is obvious that they both really enjoy what they do!

I have and will continue to recommend this and future courses to anyone interested in attaining their real estate license.

Sincerely, 
Pam Hoffman

I want to take this time to thank you for your outstanding ability to not only teach Principles & Practice of Real Estate, but to make every effort to help us to” learn and retain” more than just words on paper.

You were sensitive to the fact that many of us have not been in a classroom environment in many years. Your teaching style of making word and phrase associations helped me to remember many definitions. Not to mention the fact that your level of patience was far above the call of duty.

Your focus was to have us pass and in your own words “leave no one behind”. YOU DID SUCCEED 100%.

Once again, I say thank you for your dedication, sharing your knowledge and experiences and I look to you as a mentor.

Warmest regards,
Mary Esposito

Hi Rhonda,
 
Thank you for the great class two weeks ago at the Midd-Shore board.  Brian and I really enjoyed it and learned lots of great info.  Your teaching made the time go quickly, and was very valuable.   
We had our weekly meeting today and reviewed our notes from the class and are starting to implement and research the info we learned from you.
 
Thanks again and have a great week.

 
Sincerely,
Leslie Jermainne

“I just wanted to let you know that I had an excellent experience with taking the classes as well as getting support with the questions I had along the way. Courses are very nicely put together, informative and I am very glad I was able to find this institution to take my courses.”
 
Thank you very much.
 
Maggie Bieniek
 
Thank you Adorna Carroll, The East coast lady that scared me in the beginning. Your classes have changed the course of my career. From knowing I was working with integrity and experience but feeling used and on the edge of burn out. To knowing that my clients will receive the excellent service they are looking for and being able to give it to them with the confidence of a true professional because I choose to do business with people that choose me.
 
Angela Matlock, Branch Broker
Metro Brokers of Oklahoma
405-520-8963

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Real Estate Strategic and Business Planning – Get more real estate business by transforming the abstract goals into action items!

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Strategic and Business Planning

 

Many local and state associations that have Strategic Plans never use them once they are done since volunteers have difficulty transforming the abstract goals into action items.

Adorna Carroll has the ability to work with association leaders so that the goals and objectives created by the group become more concrete. She has the ability to help the group translate those goals and objectives into an implementation plan for committees. This helps an association progress from a ‘bunch of great ideas’ to measurable action items with results which creates a culture where the group identifies the general direction of the organization and then delegates the objectives to the committees for completion yielding forward momentum and a blueprint for success.

Each successive review of the organization’s accomplishments creates a foundation for building rather than starting over each year with a new plan.

Once those goals are established and ratified, objectives are identified and delivered to the various committees for action to be completed within a specific time frame. This format keeps the committees of the organization on track and focused on activities that coincide with the strategic and long-range goals of the organization so that, as a group, everyone moves in a forward direction toward the same horizon.

Facilitator: Adorna O. Carroll

Lively action-packed program facilitated with humor and real-world attitude! References available upon request from state and local associations that have experienced this method of facilitation.

Step 1: Business Planning – Goals and Objectives identified for 1-3 years
This is the first step to creating a new culture. Mission and Vision statements are only reviewed not re-done. This timeline creates momentum and is tangible for volunteers to brainstorm and delegate. Committee activity is review for measurable results and the process is best repeated for a couple of times to get the ball rolling without micromanagement of the committee activities.

Step 2: Strategic Planning – Visioning and Goal-Setting identified for 3-5+ years
Once the culture has been created, the Strategic Thinking Group can brainstorm out of the box and look beyond the horizon line for the association. The culture shift allows for global direction setting so that the rest of the team can continue formulating objectives that coincide with the long-range and strategic direction of the association. Mission and Vision statements stated and only discussed if they are not consistent with the overall direction.

  • 1 or 1 1/2 day programs
  • Each of these programs can be combined with Leadership Training if desired.
  • Fee for facilitation is uniquely assessed and quoted with Association budgets in mind.

Visit www.DynamicDirections.com

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Real Estate Schools in CT – Register now for Real Estate classes at Dynamic Directions, Inc. Real Estate School

Real Estate Education and Training - Dynamic Directions

Real Estate Licensure Course – 60 Hours; 20 Sessions

 This real estate course meets the minimum requirements as set forth by the CT Real Estate Commission that prepares you to take the real estate sales licensing exam or broker’s exam offered through the Department of Consumer Protection as set forth through the Dynamic Directions Real Estate School in CT. Register now.
 

New Classes Starting Now!

Monday and Thursday Evenings:
5:30pm – 8:30pm
Berlin Community Center; 230 Kensington Rd;
Berlin, CT 06037

Advanced registration and payment is required. Real Estate Class sizes are limited.  Textbooks are provided at your first real estate license class and NOT provided in advance.

We have an excellent student pass rate!
    Contact us about our ‘Bring a Buddy’ Discount Program!

 Veteran’s Program

We are currently working with the Veterans Administration for a special benefit retraining and placement program.
Email us for details at
Info@DynamicDirections.com 

Phone: 860-343-7978

 Pre-Licensing
Study Guide

http://www.DynamicDirections.com/PPStudyGuide

 

 

Meet Connecticut Real Estate instructor from Dynamic Directions, Inc. Real Estate school:

Rhonda Ivey- Lentini
ABR, SRS, CRS, CPM, SFR, GREEN, GRI, ePRO

In addition to being the lead trainer of the Pre-Licensing Division, Rhonda is an ABR – Accredited Buyer Representative; SRS – Seller Representative Specialist; CRS – Certified Residential Specialist, SFR – Short Foreclosure Resource; GREEN Professional; e-PRO and also teaches many of the designations and certificate courses that she has earned!    She teaches ABR, SRS, SFR, HAFA, COE, Rentals and more. Download Brochure

Contact Rhonda

Rhonda’s Courses

Pre-Licensure Course

Dynamic Directions, Inc. 23 Occhialini Court Newington, CT 06111

Phone: 860-343-7978 E-mail: Info@DynamicDirections.com