Best Practices for Choosing REALTOR® Champions CourseV

Best Practices for Choosing REALTOR® Champions is a three-hour training session provides best practices for association staff and volunteers, including RPAC Trustees, Government Affairs Committee members or other member-leaders, that disburse money to candidates at their state or local associations. This training provides hands-on assistance and time-tested templates to state and local associations that want to screen, identify and ultimately help elect political candidates who will represent the issues important to REALTORS® and real estate.

Following this class, attendees will be able to:

  1. Relay the policy issues and articulate the candidate selection committee’s goals for the coming year for the association they are serving;
  2. Outline their committee’s process and criteria for candidate support;
  3. Assess a candidate’s chances for winning; and
  4. Identify the best practice methods when selecting and supporting REALTOR® Champions for office.

Classes are sponsored by state and local REALTOR® Associations, under their association name and at their chosen facility. NAR recommends maximizing your offering by inviting volunteer leaders to be trained at a statewide meeting.

NAR will provide training material and facilitators free of charge (including their travel and lodging) a limited number of qualifying associations on an annual basis. However, the association must have a designated point person who is qualified to help facilitate this course and has gone through NAR’s Train the Trainer program for this class. NAR does not charge a fee for use of the course materials.  

 

Questions? Contact Kyle Lambert London at 202-383-1203.