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Implicit Bias

This course will provide ways to appropriately counteract systemic biases in the real estate industry.

$12.00  |  2 Hours

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Implicit Bias

Course ID: 1038-1153

Credit Hours Provided: 2

Category: Business Ethics

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This course will cover the impact of implicit bias, explicit bias, and systemic bias on consumers, the historical and social impacts of those biases, and actionable steps students can take to recognize and address their own implicit biases. Students will learn what is a implicit bias, explicit bias, and systemic bias and the impact those have on a person or group on a conscious and unconscious level. We'll also explore the historical and social impacts of bias and recognize and address implicit bias, including addressing a real estate licensee's own bias.

Course Content

The course is divided into four chapters of reading material. An optional review quiz follows each chapter.

At the end of the course is an optional 10-question final exam in multiple-choice question format. After completing the Oregon Real Estate Agency mandated seat time, an Oregon real estate continuing education certificate will be available for printing.

This course will remain available to students for 730 days after enrollment.

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Key Features
Online Course
All learning is online. Start immediately. Learn on your own schedule.
Read-Along Audio
Page-by-page audio reads the course content to you.
Printable Certificate
Download and print your own certificate.
Package Summary
Price: $12.00 (USD)
Credit Hours: 2
State: Oregon
Category: Vocational Training > Real Estate > Continuing Education > Oregon > Business Ethics
Purpose: This course will provide ways to appropriately counteract systemic biases in the real estate industry
Course Provider

14355 SW ALLEN BLVD STE 240,
Portland, OR 97223
(503) 670-9278


Our Mission Statement

To provide superior distance education that exceeds industry standards and expectations in course content and delivery methods to those who seek to enter a new profession and those engaged in a profession.

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