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Management & Supervision

This course will provide insight into Management and Supervision and delves into the crucial role of supervision that brokers play. It is imperative for brokers to provide ample and appropriate supervision to all licensees and individuals conducting business on behalf of their brokerage. Failure to do so can result in severe consequences, including revocation of license and significant fines. In this course, we will examine the meaning of adequate and reasonable supervision and how it applies to various specialized issues, such as retention and review of records, proper handling of deposits, creation of office policies, and the use of advertisements and team names. We will also discuss relevant sections of the California Business and Professions Code and the Regulations of the Real Estate Commissioner as outlined in the California Code of Regulations.


Marsennia Wells M.S. Ed., M.A., Instructor, Connect Classroom

Contact Instructor: [email protected]

Course Information:

CE Credit: 3 hours

Written section length: 3 hours

Estimated time to complete course: 3 hours

Course Objectives:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the supervisory responsibilities that responsible brokers are required to execute, including providing adequate support and supervision to teams and individuals with restricted licenses.
  • Remember the methods for supervising matters related to record retention, advertising, trust fund management, and non-discrimination policies.
  • Develop effective policies, rules, and procedures for reviewing, inspecting, and managing offices. 
  • Understand state requirements and basics of trust funds.
  • Apply the knowledge to create effective office policies and procedures.
  • Apply effective communication techniques.

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  • Marsennia WellsM.S. Ed, M.A. - Instructor at Connect Classroom