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REIC Luncheon - How to be a Productivity Ninja:
We look forward to welcoming you to our 'How to be a Productivity Ninja' workshop! 

D | June 14, 2018
L | The Winston Golf Club, 2502 6 St NE, Calgary
S | Your Productivity Ninja: Nancy Smith

What to expect: Join us for tips on how to de-stress your work and align your best energy with your most meaningful tasks. 

We’re often overwhelmed by the volume of information and the many distractions we face at work.  It’s no longer enough to just focus on time management:  we need time to think about how we manage our attention, focus, and energy. 

This mini-workshop is built around the fun and engaging theme of the characteristics of a Productivity Ninja such as ruthlessness, agility, and zen-like calm.  We’ll explore brain science and best practices to help with your workflow, email, and the art of recovering from constant interruptions. 

With the application of a few key tips, you can realize time savings of 6 – 90 minutes per day, reduce stress levels, and experience the benefits of playful productive momentum. 


RES201 - Successful Site Management
This course covers trends and issues that affect the housing industry and teaches proven multi-family housing management skills with a focus on high standards of performance within today's economic realities and your market.  The course reflects the residential manager practical needs, the employer expectations, and resident priorities.
Meets program requirements for: ARM®

D: September 7, 8, 14, 15 and 21 for exam  | L: TBD | T: TBD | REGISTER
ASM600 - Investment Real Estate Financing and Valuation 
The course is designed to help students determine the performance of real estate assets using a variety of measurement tools and approaches. Students learn to utilize financial tools to help build value and produce higher revenue for business holdings. 
The course features in-depth discussions and hands-on application of concepts used to perform multiple cash flow analyses. On the final day of the course, students will apply their new knowledge to real-world investment scenarios. 
Meets program requirements for: CPMCRF
D: May 7-11, 2018  | L: TBD | T: TBD | REGISTER

REIC2600 - Ethics in Business Practice                
This course is designed to help develop and refine the real estate practitioner's decision-making skills from an ethical standpoint. Using factual and hypothetical case studies, group discussions, workshops, and videos, participants will study various real estate ethical codes to acquire the tools and strategies to maintain strict ethical standards. Credit is awarded for this three-day core course upon successful completion of an exam.
Meets program requirements for: FRICPM®CRFCLOCRUCRPARPARM®, ACoM
D: May 9 to 11 |L: TBD| T: TBD | REGISTER

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