New Real Estate License Courses Available in Florida

Elearning platform, Prolicense Florida, has expanded its library of online learning resources with courses designed to help agents in training with their state exam preparation. Online learners can access these online classes 24/7, from any location.

May 22, 2020 / / —

A new set of courses available in the Prolicense Florida library offers a fresh approach to mandatory real estate licensing education in Florida. Prolicense Florida learners will appreciate the interactive online training, which includes the certification and state exam preparation.

The course is specifically designed to satisfy the 63-hour Sales Associate licensing requirement needed to apply for the state exam. Following that exam, applicants can then get their real estate license in Florida. The course offers unlimited practice exams, complete with a Florida state exam simulator, 6-month instructor support, and instant certification delivery on completion.

“This course goes beyond the basic licensing education. Learners can practice realistic scenarios to be ready to pass the State exam the first times,” said Marc Pare, CEO of Prolicense Florida.

Prolicense Florida gives learners online access to a large library of licensing courses for real estate agents and community association managers. Learners can also create a custom learning experience with intuitive course authoring tools for text, audio, video, self-testing, certification, and reporting. Prolicense Florida eLearning platform manages registration, attendance, and post-course assessments for self-paced training education.

The Prolicense Florida team provides step-by-step instructions for those aiming to get their real estate license in Florida beyond taking their course. Furthermore, they provide information resources such as FAQs to help those who may have any questions regarding the costs, timeline, and processes of acquiring their real estate license. With 7 days-a-week support available via phone, messaging, and email, their aim is to ensure that all who take their course get all the preparation they need.

“The Prolicense eLearning team works continuously to create compelling training materials, and this new real estate course is a great example,” said Marc. “We look forward to working with our best talents to develop many more courses for the real estate industry.”

About Prolicense Florida
Prolicense Florida is an Education Provider Approved by the Department of Business & Professional Regulation and by the Florida Real Estate Commission. They provide cutting edge online courses, certifications, and practice tests & exams in Florida. For more information, visit www.flcaa.com. You can find out more about the new real estate license courses at https://www.flcaa.com/florida-real-estate-license-course.

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Notes for the editor: Please direct all inquiries to Marc A Pare. You can reach him at Prolicense Florida’s headquarters at 919 NE 24TH AVE, HALLANDALE, FLORIDA or by calling on 786-301-2214. Email inquiries can be sent to marc.pare@flcaa.com.

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