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WESSON –  Copiah-Lincoln Community College (CLCC) Workforce Education is pleased to announce license renewal classes for real estate professionals through a new partnership with These learning opportunities are available online, which allows easy and convenient access for the busy individual. RealEstateCE's courses are all commission-approved, mobile-friendly, easy, cost-competitive, and relevant for today's real estate environment.

Currently, RealEstateCE has courses available that are designed to meet the requirements of the New Member Orientation Program, and Quadrennial REALTOR® Ethics Training as found in the National Association of Realtors Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual. Realtors must complete their Ethics training before the December 31, 2018 deadline.

Continuing education credits are reported to and approved by the Mississippi Real Estate Commission. Those interested in this continuing education service should visit today to learn more.

About CLCCWorkforce Education

The Workforce Division at Copiah-Lincoln Community College exists to provide skills to current and future employees desiring to acquire skills necessary for their career no matter their age, background, or skill set. Training is available in various forms and accommodates a wide audience in the CLCC District, which includes Adams, Copiah, Franklin, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lincoln, and Simpson counties. Individuals benefit from affordable, short-term, non-credit, workforce training classes that provide new or enhanced skills needed to enter a new career field or re-enter with upgraded skills. Employers who enter a partnership with (CLCC) Workforce Education may receive customized, affordable job-training to address the unique needs of the organization, including but not limited to safety, computer, and soft skills. Training sessions are available at CLCC facilities or at the industry location.

About boasts 20 years of experience providing affordable courses needed for real estate professionals. Classes accommodate each states' education requirements, and topics focus on recent legislative changes that may affect current business practices. Additionally, class material addresses upcoming trends and developments such as social media, alternative housing, and the millennial generation, just to name a few. A great selection of core and elective real estate renewal courses is also available and is customizable to best suit the interest of each student.