|Purpose:||Provides 3 hours of continuing education for real estate license renewal in West Virginia.|
|Features:||online text, online video, printable certificate, PDF eBook|
|Category:||Real Estate > Continuing Education > West Virginia|
7405 SW Beveland Rd,
Portland, OR 97223
Course ID: 21022SC
This course is designed to give the licensee a comprehensive understanding of the many environmental issues that frequently arise in today's residential real estate transaction. A discussion of molds and fungi, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), potable water supply, clandestine drug labs, and underground storage tanks will inform the student of the nature of the environmental hazard, the methods available to detect the hazard, and possible abatement methods and procedures.
Included in the discussion of each environmental hazard are practice tips which will assist the licensee in dealing with the specific hazard in the residential transaction.
This is an online mastery-based course. It contains segments that include reading, video, questions, quizzes, discussions, polls, and a final exam. Students are expected to progress through all activities to make course progress.
Completion of the course requires passing a final examination of 30 multiple choice questions with a minimum score of 75%. Students that fail a final exam may retake the final exam as many times as needed to pass.
A course completion certificate will be issued after the final exam has been passed. Students must retain their original continuing education completion certificates for 5 years, and have them available for review if requested by the Real Estate Commission.
The course will take about 3 clock hours to complete.
Refunds for this course are subject to the refund policy set forth in OnlineEd's terms of service.
This course has no prerequisites.
Students must complete the course by midnight on June 30 of each year. All incomplete courses will be terminated automatically on July 1.
To provide superior distance education that exceeds industry standards and expectations in course content and delivery methods to those who seek to enter a new profession and those engaged in a profession.