19 Feb Post Licensing - Classroom | Online Post Licensing - Classroom | Online Wednesday, February 19, 2020 to Thursday, February 20, 2020 15.00 CE Hours PAAR Center For Professional Education, Peoria, Illinois 15, 30, Interactive, Online, Post Licensing Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocationInstructors This course is the required interactive portion of the 30-hour post-licensing class required of all new brokers in Illinois. Objectives: Students who complete this class should be exposed to the various facets of a real estate transaction from start to finish. They will hopefully be able to provide at least the minimum services required in a transaction in Illinois and comply with all laws. This is offered in Multiple Formats 30 HR Post Licensing (15 HR Live Classroom & 15 HR Online) - $189 15 HR Live Classroom Only - $110 15 HR Online Only - $99 ---> Register for Online Only Here See full Descriptions of the course formats HERE. Instructions: Payment required at time of registration. Payment not made at the time of registration will result in removal of the course. Registration must be submitted 24 hours prior to course start time. NO WALK-INS Agents are required to attend the interactive course (Live | Webinar) both days in their entirety. Agents attending via the CLASSROOM are required to sign in / out during class time. Class sign in begins 30 minutes prior to denoted class start time. Agents are required to complete 15 Hours of total hours in an interactive course format (Live | Webinar). Further instructions for Online Course will be in your Registration Confirmation Email. PAAR Center For Professional Education PAAR Center For Professional Education7307 N. Willowlake Ct.Peoria, IL 61614 Map & Directions Kerry Kidwell Kerry Kidwell was born on a 640 acre livestock and grain farm near Shirley, IL in the early 1950’s. He attended a country grade school (Ben Funk) and later graduated from Heyworth High School. His next educational adventure took him to the University of Illinois (go Illini!) where he planned on becoming an engineer.That didn’t work out so well, but Kerry did end up with a degree in Business Administration in 1973. He worked on an MBA, but quit for lack of money. He worked several different jobs, from factory to construction to basketball referee in the 1970’s. In 1979, Kerry obtained his real estate license after getting “stuck” on his first house purchase. He later bought the brokerage he worked for, and ran his own company for about 10 years, going back in sales for someone else at that time.Kerry became interested in real estate education along the way, and started teaching prelicense classes in 1988. Shortly thereafter, he got involved with teaching CE throughout the state. He now teaches a variety of classes throughout Illinois and the nation.He also became involved in a plethora of REALTOR® activities and leadership roles. The following are a few highlights:Local Association President, twice REALTOR® of the Year and in 2004 was selected to the BNAR Hall of FameState District Vice President and chaired many committees and task forces, including Seller Disclosure Task Force, for which Kerry earned a Presidential Medallion. CRS of the Year, Educator of the Year and REALTOR®-Associate of the Year were three other honors he earned at the state level.At the national level, he have served on many committees and groups, including the one that started the current Realtor Public Image Campaign. In 2005, he chaired NAR’s Education Committee.