Managing Brokers' Conference Now Open To All REALTORS®
Registration for BCREA's upcoming Ideas Into Action Managing Brokers' Conference is now open to all REALTORS®. The conference, taking place at Kelowna's Coast Capri Hotel on October 16-17, will focus on issues facing managing brokers but the topics are sure to be of interest to all REALTORS®. Plus, attendees receive 3 category C PDP credits.
Registration and Hotel Booking
Registration is $200 plus fees and taxes and includes an invitation to a welcome reception at Summerhill Pyramid Winery on October 16. Click here to register and don't forget to RSVP for the reception! (Guest tickets are available for purchase, so you can share the opportunity with colleagues, friends or partners).
The deadline to book hotel rooms at BCREA's special rate is October 2! Rooms are available for $159, plus taxes, at the Accent Inn. The group code for booking on www.accentinns.com is 5747488. The rate is also set up for one day pre and post should you require additional nights.
Here's a taste of just some of the conference content you can expect:
- Best practices related to money laundering risk - Henry Tso from MNP, a Canadian accounting, tax and business consulting firm with deep experience in best practices related to money laundering risk, will lead this session. Henry previously led one of the RCMP's largest financial crime teams in Canada and has worked for over 20 years fighting financial crime.
- Professional Development Program transition - This session will ensure you're ready for the transition to the new Professional Development Program (PDP) framework on January 1, 2020.
- Mobile app sneak preview - in keeping with the theme of the conference, you'll be introduced to a new mobile app that will support BC REALTORS® with timely resources and professional development.
Plus, you'll learn about risk management from the Real Estate Errors and Omissions Insurance Corporation, get updates from the Real Estate Council of BC and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate, and learn about BCREA's provincial advocacy work.