Train the Trainer Workshop Taught by Top Real Estate Educators

Council of Residential Specialists to Sponsor the Two-Day Course



Apr 19, 2001, 01:00 ET from Council of Residential Specialists

    CHICAGO, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Education trainers of all skill levels
 and backgrounds are invited to participate in the Council of Residential
 Specialists' Train the Trainer Workshop, to be held August 18-19, 2001, at the
 Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas in Scottsdale, Ariz.
     The Council is known throughout the residential real estate industry for
 its premium education and dynamic trainers, who are proven professionals with
 experience teaching real estate courses to students around the nation.  In
 this workshop, CRS Senior Instructors Ed Hatch, CRB, CRS, president of Ed
 Hatch Seminars, and Del Bain, CRS, president of Del Bain Seminars, take
 trainers through two full days of intensive hands-on instruction to help them
 enhance their teaching ability.
     "This is an intensely interactive course and attendees should come
 prepared to participate," says Hatch.  "Students will learn how to use the
 educational loop to expand beyond their current level of teaching.  The 'loop'
 consists of engaging and capturing the audience, delivering information,
 involving students, clearing up questions, closing on the original point and
 re-engaging the audience."
     According to Bain, "learning is an active process and a trainer's teaching
 style should reflect a variety of techniques to not only interact with the
 students but to challenge them."
     The Train the Trainer Workshop gives attendees the opportunity to practice
 teaching methods and to receive feedback that will help them change their
 teaching behavior to deliver higher quality, engaging presentations.  It
 involves attendees in the learning experience and shows them how to
 incorporate these same skills in their own classrooms.  Students will also
 explore multimedia aids including flip charts, overhead projectors and
 computer-generated visuals.
     In addition, attendees can sign up for an optional course, PowerPoint Tips
 and Techniques, which demonstrates how to create effective and exciting
 PowerPoint presentations.
     Seating is limited.  Register by July 2, 2001, for the Early Bird rate of
 $499; after July 2, 2001, $599.  PowerPoint Tips and Techniques requires a
 separate registration of $60 before July 2, 2001; $75 after July 2, 2001. Call
 800.462.8841, ext. 8578, e-mail dsimmonds@crs.com or visit www.crs.com .
     The Council of Residential Specialists, a not-for-profit affiliate of the
 National Association of Realtors with more than 40,000 members in the United
 States, awards the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation to
 experienced realtors who have completed advanced professional training.
 
 

SOURCE Council of Residential Specialists
    CHICAGO, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Education trainers of all skill levels
 and backgrounds are invited to participate in the Council of Residential
 Specialists' Train the Trainer Workshop, to be held August 18-19, 2001, at the
 Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas in Scottsdale, Ariz.
     The Council is known throughout the residential real estate industry for
 its premium education and dynamic trainers, who are proven professionals with
 experience teaching real estate courses to students around the nation.  In
 this workshop, CRS Senior Instructors Ed Hatch, CRB, CRS, president of Ed
 Hatch Seminars, and Del Bain, CRS, president of Del Bain Seminars, take
 trainers through two full days of intensive hands-on instruction to help them
 enhance their teaching ability.
     "This is an intensely interactive course and attendees should come
 prepared to participate," says Hatch.  "Students will learn how to use the
 educational loop to expand beyond their current level of teaching.  The 'loop'
 consists of engaging and capturing the audience, delivering information,
 involving students, clearing up questions, closing on the original point and
 re-engaging the audience."
     According to Bain, "learning is an active process and a trainer's teaching
 style should reflect a variety of techniques to not only interact with the
 students but to challenge them."
     The Train the Trainer Workshop gives attendees the opportunity to practice
 teaching methods and to receive feedback that will help them change their
 teaching behavior to deliver higher quality, engaging presentations.  It
 involves attendees in the learning experience and shows them how to
 incorporate these same skills in their own classrooms.  Students will also
 explore multimedia aids including flip charts, overhead projectors and
 computer-generated visuals.
     In addition, attendees can sign up for an optional course, PowerPoint Tips
 and Techniques, which demonstrates how to create effective and exciting
 PowerPoint presentations.
     Seating is limited.  Register by July 2, 2001, for the Early Bird rate of
 $499; after July 2, 2001, $599.  PowerPoint Tips and Techniques requires a
 separate registration of $60 before July 2, 2001; $75 after July 2, 2001. Call
 800.462.8841, ext. 8578, e-mail dsimmonds@crs.com or visit www.crs.com .
     The Council of Residential Specialists, a not-for-profit affiliate of the
 National Association of Realtors with more than 40,000 members in the United
 States, awards the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation to
 experienced realtors who have completed advanced professional training.
 
 SOURCE  Council of Residential Specialists