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 Course History List Chapter 65 Atlantic Canada

Interested in applying for you designation and only have one or two more courses left to take? Please check the course history list and contact us if you have any questions about a course you would like to see come to the Maritimes. Please contact our Mindy Murphy Gunn at mindy.murphygunn@gnb.ca for more information.


 Upcoming Local Classroom


Courses & Education Seminars

C901 - Engineering Plan Development & Application

Oct 27th, Halifax, NS

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2016 Fall Education Seminar

Oct 28th, Halifax, NS

Seminar Brochure

Past Local Classroom Courses


700 - Introduction to Property Management

May 11-12, 2016, Moncton, NB  

213 - Management - Conflict Management 
Oct 19, 2015, Moncton, NB

421C - Appraisal - The Valuation of Partial Acquisitions (Canadian)
Oct 20-23, 2015, Moncton, NB

900C Principles of Real Estate Engineering 
May 14-15, 2015, Moncton, NB
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603C Understanding Environmental Contamination in Real Estate:
April 9th 2015 Halifax, NS


100C Principles of Land Acquisition:
November 4-7, 2014, Charlottetown, PE

800 C Principles of Real Estate Law:

May 8, 2014, Fredericton, NB

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Past Education Seminars


2015 Spring Seminar

2013 Fall Seminar

 

 


 


Credentialing


 The Senior Right of Way Professional (SR/WA), is the most prestigious professional designation granted to those right of way professionals who have achieved professional status through experience, education, and examination.
While the SR/WA professional may be a specialist in one area, they must also be familiar with all disciplines associated with the right of way profession. The SR/WA designation is the only designation reflecting evidence of professional accomplishment in the right of way profession.

Steps to earning the SR/WA
1. Read through program brochure and description
2. Determine if prerequisites met
3. Determine eligibility
4. Determine education
5. Meet with Chapter PDC Chair to verify qualifying experience
6. Submit candidacy form to IRWA headquarters
7. Complete IRWA Coursework & meet ethics requirement
8. Complete examination requirements
9. Submit Completion Application to local Chapter’s PDC Chair

 To learn more about the credentialing click here