Business and Specialty Career Classes Offered in April

Business and Specialty Career Classes Offered in April Surry Community College is offering several Business and Specialty Career Classes in March in Surry and Yadkin counties including Real Estate Broker Continuing Education (CEU) Class on Friday, April 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Room J-103, Surry Community College, 630 S. Main Street, Dobson.

Posted: Apr 04, 2019

Surry Community College is offering several Business and Specialty Career Classes in April in Surry and Yadkin counties.

Real Estate Broker Continuing Education (CEU) Classes: 2018-2019 General Update Elective: Drama and the Code of Ethics will be held Friday, April 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Room J-103, Surry Community College, 630 S. Main Street, Dobson. North Carolina requires real estate brokers to obtain yearly continuing education units. SCC offers this class upon approval of the N.C. Real Estate Commission for CEUs toward license renewal. Pre-registration and pre-payment of $71 required. To register online or to print off the registration form, visit www.surry.edu/personal-enrichment, and to stay informed of classes like this, follow @personalenrichment on Facebook. Call (336) 386-3618 for more information.

Notary Public is a two-night, seven-hour course to prepare students to become a Notary Public in North Carolina. The class will take place in Room 110, The Pilot Center, 612 East Main Street, Pilot Mountain,on Tuesday, April 16 and Thursday, April 18 from 6 to 9:30 p.m. 

Topics will include notary qualifications, guidelines, and processes for notarizing documents. After passing the course test, students are eligible to apply to the Secretary of State to become a notary. 

The cost of the class is $71, and the textbook fee is $27.25. For more information or to register, call (336) 386-3580. Please note that in order to take this class, students must live or work in North Carolina, be at least 18 years old, possess a high school diploma or High School Equivalency degree, be able to read and write English, have no felony convictions (some misdemeanors apply) and have a valid driver’s license or N.C. State ID. 


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