The Nova Scotia Association of Realtors administers the Salesperson Licensing Course and offers two different ways to get your license: online or in-class.
Option 1: Classroom Course
The in-class course is offered in Dartmouth at the Nova Scotia Association of Realtors’ office location, 7 Scarfe Court. The course is four weeks in length and classes are scheduled at 9 AM to 4 PM Monday to Friday and require 100% attendance. The program represents a mixture of formal instruction, self evaluation, and problem-solving. Students are frequently asked to evaluate circumstances, make suggestions, correct errors and learn important lessons in their pursuit of knowledge and skills. Be prepared for a considerable amount of pre-course reading as well as homework during the course.
Option 2: Online Course
The online version of the Salesperson Licensing Course has great reviews and is highly interactive and engaging. The goal of the online Salesperson Licensing Course is to advance student learning through interactivity and discovery. While there are no textbooks or additional software required for this delivery format, students will need: a PC or MAC computer, speakers and printer, as well as Internet access. Students have up to six months to complete the course; they also have the option to sit-in on three days of the in-class version of the course.
Regardless of the method you choose, you must receive a 70% mark on the licensing exam in order to pass.
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