APPR-3500

Prerequisite: None

Designed to will help you gain insight and a knowledge of various theories and methodologies for determining site values and applying the cost approach in residential appraisal work. Advantages and disadvantages of the cost approach will be examined. Building plans and specifications, replacement vs. reproduction costs and methods for estimating accrued depreciation will be examined.

Hours: 14.00

APPR-3517

Prerequisite: None

This course addresses the identification and analysis of market forces that affect buyers and sellers and how these forces and behavior affect (market) value. Various methods and techniques for collecting and analyzing market data are discussed. The theory of Highest and Best Use (HBU) will be discussed along with the two-step analysis and the four tests for HBU.

Hours: 14.00

APPR-3518

Prerequisite: None

The real estate appraisal process theories, techniques and procedures process will be discussed in coordination of how to use various residential forms and reports for communicating the results of an appraisal. Practical applications of communicating appraisal results will be demonstrated through theory and hands-on examples.

Hours: 14.00

APPR-3519

Prerequisite: None

Designed to elevate the student's knowledge of challenging residential appraisal assignments. Topic areas will focus on valuing unique and high-end residences. Other areas include developing methodologies for valuing partial interests and addressing changes in the market place. Case studies will serve as an integral part of this course.

Hours: 14.00

CLEET-3334

Prerequisite: None

Unarmed private security guards acquire skills in writing accurate field notes, responding to emergency situations, honing your observation skills, interpreting legal documents, discussing patrolling techniques, public relations, documentation tips, and investigative procedures.

Hours: 40.00

CLEET-3336

Prerequisite: None

Advance your skills in surveillance, investigations, communications and court testimony. A strong emphasis is placed on the importance of developing and maintaining client trust. Study federal and state statutes, contracts and disclosures. 100% attendance is required.

Hours: 35.00

CLEET-3337

Prerequisite: None

Required skills/experience: Successfully completed Phase I/II or Phase I/III prior to enrollment, minimum age 21 years, and pass the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)test. Required training criteria for Armed Security and/or Armed Private Investigator Licensing. Instruction includes: weapon nomenclature and inspection, shooting fundamentals, and safety per CLEET standards. Training will include 12 hours of classroom learning and 20 hours of on-range instruction and qualifying exercises. Successful completers will have 100% attendance, score 85% or better on written tests and pass all CLEET qualifications on-range, and pass the CLEET Phase IV testing to be eligible for making application for licensing. You will be required to supply all personal protective equipment, weapon, belt, holster, 3 magazines, and 400-450 rounds of NEW ammunition. No weapons are allowed on campus. Class is held at TCSO Range.

Hours: 32.00

CLEET-3338

Prerequisite: None

Learn effective baton carry and deployment techniques, including proper strike zone identification & exploitation in conjunction with defense strategies commonly utilized with the baton. Liability and relevant case law will also be covered. Expandable baton required. CLEET approved 4 hours CEU.

Hours: 4.00

CLEET-3339

Prerequisite: CLEET-3337 or current law enforcement or private security guard.

Using the Milo Range realistic simulator training system, officers can sharpen their skills in recognizing potentially dangerous situations, use of force, judgment, and potential threats using realistic scenarios. Save money, no firearms or ammunition needed. CLEET approved 4 hours CEU.

Hours: 4.00

CLEET-3340

Prerequisite: None

Learn basic handcuffing philosophies and techniques used by law enforcement personnel, such as speed cuffing and partner cuffing/restraint methods typically used in felony take-down situations. You will be exposed to multiple handcuff application and removal techniques. Liability and relevant case law will also be covered. CLEET approved 4 hours CEU.

Hours: 4.00

CLEET-3341

Prerequisite: None

Training is specifically identified for the Oklahoma Bail Enforcement and Licensing Act. You will learn about interpreting the Act, legal powers and limitations, responsibilities to clients, and bail enforcement duties.

Hours: 40.00

CLEET-3342

Prerequisite: Prerequisite CLEET-3337. During the Shot Gun course, you will learn the six fundamentals of shooting, cruiser ready, and combat loading. You will be required to pass all practicum scenarios. 12 Gauge pump action shotgun required, 35 Rounds 00 (Buck), 50 Rounds (Bird) Shot and required PPE. Class is held at TCSO Range.

During the Shot Gun course, you will learn the six fundamentals of shooting, cruiser ready, and combat loading. You will be required to pass all practicum scenarios. 12 Gauge pump action shotgun required, 35 Rounds 00 (Buck), 50 Rounds (Bird) Shot and required PPE. Class is held at TCSO Range.

Hours: 16.00

CLEET-3374

Prerequisite: None

Empower yourself with the Art of Self Defense to improve awareness of potential hazards and dangerous situations. Possess skills for threat assessment, trust your intuition and act with effective survival techniques.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3334

Prerequisite: None

Basic Home Inspection Licensing class required for state examination to obtain a Home Inspection License.

Hours: 90.00

HOME-3335

Prerequisite: None

Meet Home Inspection CE hours and expand your knowledge of heating systems. Learn the key elements of safely inspecting gas and oil furnaces.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3336

Prerequisite: None

Meet Home Inspection CE hours and expand your knowledge of heating systems. Learn the key elements of safely inspecting electric furnaces and wood heaters.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3341

Prerequisite: None

Keep up-to-date on your Home Inspection CE hours with this air conditioning 1 class. You will expand your knowledge of best practice and licensing requirements for AC systems. Identify and review component, configurations, and how to insure an AC unit is operating properly.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3342

Prerequisite: None

Keep up-to-date on your Home Inspection CE hours with the air conditioning 2 class. Expand your knowledge of AC systems with a focus on Heat Pump Systems. Explore and review the component, configurations, and how to ensure Heat Pump systems are in proper operating condition.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3447

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the common architectural styles and features used in the area. Identification of exterior wall surfaces including types of cladding, soffits, fascia, doors, window and trim flashing and caulking.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3448

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the unique components and structural and safety properties of exterior structures, surface water control, landscaping and the common problems and the implications of these problems.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3449

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the common components and working mechanisms of plumbing systems, water supply piping, hot water heaters and their performance.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3450

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the common components and working mechanisms of plumbing systems, drains, waste and vent piping and fixtures, sinks, toilets, tubs & showers and water requirements performance.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3451

Prerequisite: None

Identification of residential electrical systems, their function and adverse conditions that may occur. Systems addressed include drop and entrance, grounding and panels.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3452

Prerequisite: None

Identification of residential electrical systems, their function and adverse conditions that may occur. Systems addressed include service box, grounding system, distribution panels and the distribution system.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3453

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the basics of footings, foundations and floor system elements, functions and adverse conditions.

Hours: 4.00

HOME-3454

Prerequisite: None

Identification of the basics of wall systems and components of the roof structure and adverse conditions.

Hours: 4.00

INS-4072

Prerequisite: None

Instructor-led lessons designed to increase comprehension and accelerate understanding of the Study Manual. Instructor reviews and explains topics often giving real-world examples to further enhance your comprehension of the material. You'll get immediate answers to your questions and receive valuable test-preparation and test taking tips from seasoned instructors who are licensed producers.

Hours: 16.00

INS-4073

Prerequisite: None

Instructor-led lessons designed to increase comprehension and accelerate understanding of the Study Manual. Instructor reviews and explains topics often giving real-world examples to further enhance your comprehension of the material. You'll get immediate answers to your questions and receive valuable test-preparation and test taking tips from seasoned instructors who are licensed producers.

Hours: 16.00

INS-4106

Prerequisite: None

Explore answers to the question 'what is ethics?' Understand virtues and how they integrate with ethics. Become familiar with the steps in the communication cycle and better understand barriers that can break down that cycle. Recognize that possessing the greatest ethical foundation and amazing communication skills are not truly effective unless they combine to produce ethical communication. Approved for Ethics OID#1013517

Hours: 3.00

INS-4134

Prerequisite: None

Inform participants of issues that are facing the insurance industry in order to be more aware of them as well as to anticipate how these issues may impact their own practices.

Hours: 3.00

INS-4135

Prerequisite: None

Recognize what the OK LTC Partnership program is and how it benefits consumers. Discover the depth of LTC services and the array of settings services that can be delivered.

Hours: 8.00

INS-4136

Prerequisite: None

Gain understanding of Long Term Care, including income-tax related LTC issues and the roles Medicare and Medicaid play in funding LTC services. Identify regulatory requirements and ethical obligations of LTC.

Hours: 4.00

INS-4137

Prerequisite: None

Update your knowledge and understanding of current Oklahoma's earthquake insurance regulations.

Hours: 1.00

INS-4138

Prerequisite: None

Explore the three primary aspects related to insurance claims.

Hours: 3.00

INS-4140

Prerequisite: None

Gain an understanding of current trends in national insurance legislation.

Hours: 2.00

INS-4141

Prerequisite: None

Review ethics through a historical approach to making ethical decisions, how they influence ethics decisions today, and practical application of these points when facing ethical situations.

Hours: 3.00

INS-4142

Prerequisite: None

Discover successful fundamentals of the insurance business, its successful self-oversight, and safety provisions for the insurance consumer.

Hours: 3.00

INS-4143

Prerequisite: None

Identify the 2017 Legislative Insurance Updates.

Hours: 2.00

INS-4144

Prerequisite: None

Reviews common practical provisions as well as several "real world" cases for critical analysis plus areas in the Insurance Code often not fully understood.

Hours: 4.00

INS-4146

Prerequisite: None

In keeping with the OID's required credits for legislative update, instruction provides two hours of legislative updates on new legislation passed in the current year and a brief review of highlighted legislation passed in the previous year.

Hours: 2.00

INS-4147

Prerequisite: None

Focuses on issues that are currently facing the insurance industry and address a variety of hot topic issues.

Hours: 3.00

INS-4148

Prerequisite: None

Review foundational principles underlying proper ethical behavior. Explore scenarios of ethical violations for class evaluation.

Hours: 3.00

RE-3351

Prerequisite: None

For Licensed Real Estate Agents. OREC approved for 3 hours of required CE.

Hours: 3.00

RE-3370

Prerequisite: None

Hours: 3.00

RE-3409

Prerequisite: None

Learn the difference between marketing and advertising: utilizing websites, print media, farming, social media, developing and maintaining a database of prospects and follow-up.

Hours: 3.00

RE-3444

Prerequisite: None

Reviews Ethics regulations specified by Oklahoma Law and Guidelines set by the NAR Code of Ethics.

Hours: 3.00

RE-3535

Prerequisite: None

The Fair Housing and Case Studies class will outline historical review of Fair Housing Law and how this law has been transformed into the current national and state Fair Housing laws.

Hours: 3.00

RE-3536

Prerequisite: None

Are you considering being a sponsoring broker? If so, it is a huge responsibility and one that you must take seriously. You will be the one individual responsible for and held accountable for all acts of your associates. You will be the mentor, the one who sets the example. You will be required to set policies in regard to how real estate transactions are handled by your firm. You will be responsible and liable for all trust funds collected and ensure they are deposited promptly and remain secure. These are just a few of the issues a sponsoring broker faces on a daily basis.

Hours: 15.00

RE-3699

Prerequisite: None

In today's market, low offers are more prevalent than ever. Of the many tools available, it is imperative that you learn how to hone your negotiating skills and learn to work with buyers and sellers to obtain their desired price.

Hours: 3.00

RE-3701

Prerequisite: None

Become familiar with the sales agreement, including discussion of every paragraph. Learn how to keep track of dates and when to use supplemental forms.

Hours: 3.00

RE-3703

Prerequisite: None

Define material defects, understand obligations & identify resources for disclosure & misrepresentation.

Hours: 3.00

RE-4015

Prerequisite: None

Hours: 3.00

RE-4021

Prerequisite: None

Explore current issues/foreclosures and gain an understanding of foreclosure laws and practices. Define foreclosure and highlight the different types of real estate foreclosure.

Hours: 1.00

RE-4022

Prerequisite: None

Explore the basics of Real Estate Broker Relation Laws.

Hours: 1.00

RE-4023

Prerequisite: None

Gain a basic understanding of laws and acts that have contributed to current real estate laws and practices.

Hours: 1.00

RE-4024

Prerequisite: None

Expand your understanding of professional standards and professional code of conduct related to real estate practices and laws.

Hours: 1.00

RE-4025

Prerequisite: None

Gather a basic understanding of Oklahoma Uniform Contracts of Sale of Real Estate.

Hours: 1.00

RE-4026

Prerequisite: None

Acquire a basic understanding of current Oklahoma Real Estate codes and rules.

Hours: 1.00

RE-4027

Prerequisite: None

Gain an understanding of the history of different styles of residential architecture in the Tulsa area. Identify the styles and use the options available within the MLS to enhance listings and help buyers discern the styles to fit their wants and needs. Realtors can help market a home by educating themselves on the style of the home.

Hours: 3.00

RE-4028

Prerequisite: None

Inspire the associate to understand the skill of goal setting will set them apart from the competition. As a newly licensed or experienced associate explore ways to develop a business plan, the basics of goal setting.

Hours: 3.00

RE-4029

Prerequisite: None

As a newly licensed or an experienced associate, expand your knowledge of the listing agreement. Identify how to explain and inform the seller about their obligations, realtor relationship, and marketing the property. Cover the MLS data input form to be in compliance and maximize marketing the property.

Hours: 3.00

RE-4030

Prerequisite: None

What are Home Owners Associations (HOA)? Explore how HOAs affects the real estate professional and the home buyer of a home in a neighborhood that has an HOA.

Hours: 1.00

RE-4031

Prerequisite: None

Gain the knowledge required to complete the Oklahoma Real Estate Post license course. This fast track, face to face, course meets OREC's 45-hour post license educational requirements.

Hours: 45.00

RE-4033

Prerequisite: None

Create awareness of the state & federal laws about advertising, including fair housing, so that agents comply with the laws.

Hours: 3.00

SAFE-3347

Prerequisite: None

Required skill/experience: 40-hour Hazwoper Certification. You will review OSHA CFR 1910.120, EPA CFR 40.311, and RCRA requirements needed for the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. Book included.

Hours: 8.00

SAFE-3363

Prerequisite: None

Designed to provide you with the requirements needed for certification that is in compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120, EPA CFR 40.311, and RCRA requirements for the 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response training. You will be given instruction to recognize potential hazards associated with chemical spill response. Books included.

Hours: 40.00