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1 Real Estate Programs 2015 to 2016 Langara College Continuing Studies 100 West 49 th Avenue Vancouver, B.C. V5Y 2Z6 Telephone: Website:

2 Real Estate Education at Langara College Langara College is a leading provider of classroom-based real estate education. We offer: convenient evening and weekend classes; flexible and self-paced certificate programs; knowledgeable and experienced instructors; plus recognition from the University of British Columbia, the Appraisal Institute of Canada, the Professional Association of Managing Agents, Real Estate Council of British Columbia,and the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia. For course or program advice call John Neuls at or Table of Contents Property Management Certificate page 3 Rental Management Licensing page 4 Social Housing Management Certificate page 4 Professional Building Manager Certificate page 5 Real Property Analyst Certificate page 6 Course Transfer to UBC page 7 Appraisal Education page 7 Rental Management Licensing page 8-9 Re-Licensing Education Program page 9 BCREA Professional Development Program page 9 REIC ACCREDITED RESIDENTIAL MANAGER (ARM) page 9 Strata Management page 9 Construction and Development Courses & Certificate page 10 Energy Courses & Energy Management Certificate page 11 Langara courses at VSB locations page 12 Real Estate Investing Courses & Certificate page 12 Real Estate Trading Services Courses & Certificate page 13 Real Estate Broker License courses page 13 Course Descriptions page Schedule and Registration Information page 24 Course Planner page

3 Property Management Certificate This part-time program delivers a comprehensive body of knowledge and skills for success in the property management profession. The certificate includes six required courses. Required Courses Core Courses (5) PROP 1001 Property Management Residential equiv. to UBC BUSI 441 PROP 1002 Property Management Commercial equiv. to UBC BUSI 451 BSAD 1020 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution GBSC 1006 Financial Skills for Managers GBSC 1004 Business Communications Elective Courses (select 1) PROP 1060 Building Systems and Analysis PROP 1044 Building Operations Management Students may register in any individual course. Note: Students who have taken PROP 1001 & 1002 prior to September 2014 may challenge the exam for a fee of $ to transfer credits to UBC. The residential and commercial property management courses examine legal, operating, and management topics in regard to residential rental buildings, residential strata buildings, and commercial properties including office, retail, and shopping centre developments. The balance of the program develops essential skills in communications, negotiation, dispute resolution, financial statement review, and building operations. The program curriculum is designed to give students a thorough understanding of the foundations of professional property management. See page 24 of this brochure to locate current information on course dates and registration procedures. Course descriptions and fees begin on page 14. See the Course Planner on page 24 for courses offered by semester. Certificate Completion Requirements To earn the Property Management Certificate, students must complete six certificate courses within a three-year period with a minimum grade of C (60%) in each course. The six courses include five core courses and one elective course. Upon successful completion of all required courses, students may apply for the certificate at the Continuing Studies office. 3

4 Rental Management Licensing Graduates of the Property Management Certificate program may write the Rental Property Management License Exam at Sauder School of Business after completing the following courses and obtaining permission from RE Council of BC: PROP 1004 Real Estate Law PROP 1005 Real Estate Appraisal PROP 1024 Real Estate Mathematics PROP 1020 Real Estate Investment Analysis Note: A property management license is only required if the property manager is employed by a property management brokerage (agency) to directly manage client-owned properties under a fee management agreement. Licensing is not required if you are managing property owned by your employer or owned by you. For information on licensing and licensing courses, visit the Real Estate Council of BC website: Real Property Analyst Certificate Graduates of the Property Management Certificate will receive the Real Property Analyst Certificate upon completion of the above four courses. Social Housing Management Certificate This part-time program was developed through a partnership between Langara College and the British Columbia Non-Profit Housing Association. It is designed for staff, managers, and volunteers engaged in social housing operations or development. The certificate program includes five required courses. Required Courses PROP 1030 Social and Affordable Housing in BC * PROP 1052 Social Housing Management * BSAD 1020 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution GBSC 1006 Financial Skills for Managers GBSC 1004 Business Communications Students may register in any individual course, subject to a prerequisite in the case of Social Housing Management. *Note: Members of BCNPHA receive a discount of 15% for these two courses. See page 24 of this brochure to locate current information on course dates and registration procedures. Course descriptions and fees begin on page 14. See the Course Planner on page 24 for courses offered by semester. Certificate Completion Requirements To earn the Social Housing Management Certificate, students must complete the five required courses over a three-year period with a minimum grade of C (60%) 4

5 in each course. Upon successful completion of all required courses, students may apply for the certificate at the Continuing Studies office. Professional Building Manager Certificate This part-time program covers supervisory and management skills specifically related to building operations. The program content is applicable to residential and commercial buildings, as well as hospitality and health facilities. The core courses develop essential knowledge and skills in building management, building operating systems, writing and communications, tenant relations, and creating productive relationships with staff, trades, and other professionals on the property management team. The elective courses allow students to tailor the program to suit their individual learning objectives and career plans. To earn the certificate, students complete four core courses and three elective courses. Core Courses (4) PROP 1060 Building Systems and Analysis PROP 1044 Building Operations Management BSAD 1020 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution GBSC 1004 Business Communications Elective Courses (select 3) PROP 1031 Managing Residential Tenancies PROP 1061 Commercial Lease Analysis BSAD 1016 Project Supervision SSCP 1010 Leading and Managing Employees PROP 1065 Managing Cleaning Services PROP 1049 House Construction Students may register in any individual course. Note on course length: The core courses are longer than the elective courses. The core courses are thirty or thirty-six hours, scheduled over 10 or 12 weekly sessions. Most elective courses are twelve hours in duration, scheduled over 4 weekly evening sessions or Saturday sessions. Certificate Completion Requirements To earn the certificate, students must complete all required courses within a fouryear period with a minimum grade of C (60%) in each course. Upon successful completion of all required courses, students may apply for the certificate at the Continuing Studies office. 5

6 See page 24 of this brochure to locate current information on course dates and registration procedures. Course descriptions and fees begin on page 14. See the Course Planner on page 24 for courses offered by semester. Real Property Analyst Certificate The Real Property Analyst Certificate provides a strong academic foundation in real estate investment analysis, combined with practical knowledge of the operating aspects of income-producing real estate. All courses are offered on a part-time schedule. The core courses examine the principles and techniques of real estate valuation, mathematics, investment analysis, and law. The elective courses offer students some latitude to develop their knowledge in different areas of related expertise, such as property management, non-profit housing management, residential construction, building operating systems, and the art of negotiation. Students may enroll in any individual course, subject to a prerequisite in some cases. To earn the certificate, students complete a total of eight courses. Core Courses (4) PROP 1005 Real Estate Appraisal equiv. to UBC BUSI 330 PROP 1024 Real Estate Mathematics equiv. to UBC BUSI 121 PROP 1020 Real Estate Investment Analysis equiv. to UBC BUSI 331 PROP 1004 Real Estate Law equiv. to UBC BUSI 111 Elective Courses (select 4) PROP 1022 Residential Construction equiv. to UBC BUSI 400 PROP 1001 Property Management Residential equiv. to UBC BUSI 441 PROP 1002 Property Management Commercial equiv. to UBC BUSI 451 PROP 1030 Social and Affordable Housing in BC PROP 1052 Social Housing Management PROP 1060 Building Systems and Analysis BSAD 1020 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution BSAD 1088 Economics Micro & Macro GBSC 1006 Financial Skills for Managers See page 24 of this brochure to locate current information on course dates and registration procedures. Course descriptions and fees begin on page 14. See the Course Planner on page 24 for courses offered by semester. Note: There are tutorial courses available on page 13 to assist students in UBC on-line courses. 6

7 Certificate Completion Requirements To earn the certificate, students must complete all required courses within a fiveyear period with a minimum grade of C (60%) in each course. Upon successful completion of all required courses, students may apply for the certificate at the Continuing Studies office. Course Transfer to UBC The following courses in Langara s Real Estate Program have equivalencies in the Real Estate Division of the Sauder School of Business at UBC: Langara UBC Real Estate Division PROP 1005 Real Estate Appraisal BUSI 330 PROP 1024 Real Estate Mathematics BUSI 121 PROP 1023 Real Estate Finance BUSI 221 PROP 1020 Real Estate Investment Analysis BUSI 331 PROP 1004 Real Estate Law BUSI 111 PROP 1022 Residential Construction BUSI 400 PROP 1001 Property Management Residential BUSI 441 PROP 1002 Property Management Commercial BUSI 451 ECON 1220 Micro Foundations of Real Estate BUSI 100 ECON 1221 Macro Foundations of Real Estate BUSI 101 Note: There are tutorial courses available on page 10 to assist students taking on-line UBC courses. Students may transfer all of the above courses toward the UBC Diploma in Urban Land Economics and/or the UBC Bachelor of Business in Real Estate degree. Visit for information on UBC programs in real estate. Students who intend to transfer course credit from Langara to UBC should discuss their education plan with UBC. Appraisal Education Students may earn a professional designation in appraisal from the Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC). Some of the Langara courses listed above apply toward a designation from AIC. Appraisal Institute of Canada The following five courses in Langara s Real Property Analyst Certificate program may be applied toward the CRA designation (Canadian Residential Appraiser) from the Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC): PROP 1005 Real Estate Appraisal BUSI 330 PROP 1022 Residential Construction BUSI 400 PROP 1004 Real Estate Law BUSI 111 ECON 1220 Micro Foundations of Real Estate BUSI 100 ECON 1221 Macro Foundations of Real Estate BUSI 101 7

8 The above five courses, plus the following two courses, may be applied toward the AACI designation (Accredited Appraiser Canadian Institute) from AIC: PROP 1024 Real Estate Mathematics BUSI 121 PROP 1020 Real Estate Investment Analysis BUSI 331 Students with a business degree may apply two courses (i.e. Real Estate Appraisal and Real Estate Investment Analysis) toward the UBC Post-Graduate Certificate in Real Property Valuation, an accelerated pathway to the AACI designation. Note: There are additional courses required to obtain the CRA and/or the AACI designation. Students should speak to AIC to determine requirements. In addition, there is a one-year (full-time) work experience requirement for the CRA and a two-year (full-time) work experience requirement for the AACI. Visit for complete information on the Appraisal Institute of Canada Education Program. The entire Appraisal Institute of Canada Education Program is administered by UBC and delivered across Canada on a distance education basis. Langara delivers part of the program on a classroom basis to serve local students. Students who plan to transfer course credit from Langara to UBC should discuss their education plan with UBC. Real Estate Institute of British Columbia You may become a professional member of the Real Estate Institute of B.C. and be awarded the RI (Appraisal) designation upon completion of the Institute s education and experience requirements. Completion of the appraisal specialization in the UBC Diploma in Urban Land Economics (DULE) program fulfills the education requirement. The entire UBC DULE program consists of eleven courses. All five Langara courses listed above may be applied toward the UBC DULE (appraisal specialization). Note: There is no degree requirement for the RI (Appraisal) designation. To fulfill the experience requirement, students must work in the appraisal field for a minimum of three years (full-time). For more information on the RI (Appraisal) designation, contact the Real Estate Institute of B.C. at or visit the website ( Visit for information on the UBC DULE program. Rental Management Licensing Students who complete the following courses at Langara College are eligible to write the Rental Property Management License Exam and obtain employment with a property management brokerage as a licensed rental property manager. PROP 1004 Real Estate Law BUSI 111 PROP 1005 Real Estate Appraisal BUSI 330 PROP 1020 Real Estate Investment Analysis* BUSI 331 PROP 1001 Property Management Residential BUSI 441 *Prerequisite: Real Estate Mathematics, BUSI 121 a business math course or equivalent 8

9 Re-Licensing Education Program The following Langara courses are approved for full-day Relicensing Education Program (REP) elective course credit and licensees will receive the appropriate REP elective course credit for successful completion of any of the following courses: PROP 1001 Property Management Residential BUSI 441 PROP 1004 Real Estate Law BUSI 111 PROP 1005 Real Estate Appraisal BUSI 330 PROP 1020 Real Estate Investment Analysis BUSI 331 PROP 1022 Residential Construction BUSI 400 PROP 1024 Real Estate Mathematics BUSI 121 PROP 1043 Advanced Strata Management Note: The REP program is currently under revision. Revised requirements apply to licenses that expire in For full information on licensing course requirements, visit the Real Estate Council of B.C. website at or call British Columbia Real Estate Association The above courses (except Advanced Strata Management) are also approved for accreditation in the Professional Development Program (PDP) of the B.C. Real Estate Association. Visit for more information. Real Estate Institute of Canada ACCREDITTED RESIDENTIAL MANAGER (ARM) The following courses are required for accreditation by REIC for the ARM designation: PROP 1080 Successful Site Management Equivalent to RES 201 PROP 1081 Real Estate Ethics & Business Practices Equivalent to REIC 2600 Strata Management The following course is designed for licensed strata managers. The course is offered in cooperation with the Professional Association of Managing Agents (PAMA) and the Strata Property Agents of British Columbia (SPABC). This course is eligible for REP elective course credit. See description on page 13. PROP 1043 Advanced Strata Management See page 24 of this brochure to locate current information on course dates and registration procedures. Course descriptions and fees begin on page 14. See the Course Planner on page 24 for courses offered by semester. 9

10 Construction and Development Certificate The program provides a strong practical foundation in construction management to allow for graduates to work in the construction and development field or establish their own construction business or manage their own projects. The courses examine the physical aspects of residential properties; the estimating of construction costs; the controlling of construction costs; practical overview of real estate projects from initial concept to completed project; and the fundamentals of written, verbal, and non-verbal communications. Reading and understanding building plans. You may take any individual course or complete this certificate. Required Courses (7) Residential Construction PROP hours (3.9 CEUs/ILUs) Business Communications GBSC hours (3.6 CEUs/ILUs) Estimating Construction Costs PROP hours (2.0 CEUs/ILUs) Controlling Construction Costs PROP hours (1.6 CEUs/ILUs) Real Estate Development PROP hours (1.5 CEUs/ILUs) House Construction PROP hours (1.2 CEUs/ILUs) How to Start Your Own Business ENTR hours (3.6 CEUs/ILUs) Elective Courses (Select 1) Reading Technical Drawings I PROP hours (1.8 CEUs/ILUs) Reading Technical Drawings II PROP hours (1.8 CEUs/ILUs) Total: 192 hours (19.2 CEUs/ILUs) Certificate Completion Requirements To earn the certificate, students must complete all required courses and one elective course within a four-year period with a minimum grade of C (60%) in each course. Upon successful completion of all required courses, students may apply for the certificate at the Continuing Studies office. This certificate will appeal to the following individuals: Home owners wishing to renovate their house Small contractors Persons considering a career change Facility supervisors/managers Graduates of the Langara Continuing Studies Property Management Certificate or the Social Housing Management Certificate or the Professional Building Manager Certificate who are advancing in their careers Financial operations managers Maintenance managers Contractors and consultants 10

11 The following courses are introductory and practical: PROP 1073 Building Design and Construction PROP 1075 Stage to Sell/Redesign to Live PROP 1067 Home Renovation Planning PROP 1066 Development Application Process PROP 1079 Building Fire Safety Protect your Assets See page 24 of this brochure to locate current information on course dates and registration procedures. Course descriptions and fees begin on page 14. See the Course Planner on page 24 for courses offered by semester. Energy Management Certificate This part-time program was developed through a partnership between Langara College and Natural Resources Canada. It is designed for staff making decisions on energy-related issues: business, government, crown corporations, and nonprofit companies. Required Courses The program includes nine required courses, as follows: Energy Management Planning PROP hours (0.7 CEUs/ILUs) Spot The Energy Savings PROP hours (0.7 CEUs/ILUs) Energy Monitoring PROP hours (0.7 CEUs/ILUs) Energy Management Info Systems PROP hours (0.7 CEUs/ILUs) Building Re-Commissioning PROP hours (0.7 CEUs/ILUs) Energy Management Financing PROP hours (0.7 CEUs/ILUs) Building Systems & Analysis PROP hours (3.6 CEUs/ILUs) Building Operations Management PROP hours (3.0 CEUs/ILUs) Business Communications GBSC hours (3.6 CEUs/ILUs) Total 144 Hours (14.4 CEUs/ILUs) Students may register in any individual course. The program provides a strong practical foundation in energy management, combined with practical knowledge of the operating aspects of commercial, residential, and industrial buildings. The energy courses will examine the principles and techniques of energy management planning, identifying energy consumption, monitoring, energy management information systems, re-commissioning buildings, and energy financing of projects. The other core courses will provide the students with knowledge and skills in building construction, building operations, and business communications. 11

12 Certificate Completion Requirements To earn the certificate, students must complete all required courses within a fouryear period with a minimum grade of C (60%) in each course. Upon successful completion of all required courses, students may apply for the certificate at the Continuing Studies office. See page 24 of this brochure to locate current information on course dates and registration procedures. Course descriptions and fees begin on page 14. See the Course Planner on page 24 for courses offered by semester. Real Estate Investing Program Description This proposed part-time program was developed to provide students in these Continuing Studies courses to work towards a real estate certificate at Langara that will equip them with the knowledge to become a successful real estate investor. The courses examine the principles and techniques of real estate valuation, mathematics, finance, law, and the foundation in real estate entrepreneurship. Required Courses The program includes six required courses, as follows: Required Courses (6) Real Estate Law PROP hours (3.9 CEUs/ILUs) Real Estate Appraisal PROP hours (3.9 CEUs/ILUs) Real Estate Finance PROP hours (3.9 CEUs/ILUs) Real Estate Mathematics PROP hours (3.9 CEUs/ILUs) Real Estate Investment Analysis PROP hours (3.9 CEUs/ILUs) Real Estate Entrepreneurial Essentials PROP hours (3.6 CEUs/ILUs) Elective Courses (Choose 2) Real Estate Development PROP hours (1.5 CEUs/ILUs) Commercial Lease Analysis PROP hours (1.2 CEUs/ILUs) Real Estate Investing courses (all 3 must be taken to equal one elective): o Condo Investing PROP hours (0.6 CEUs/ILUs) o Commercial Property Investing PROP hours (0.6 CEUs/ILUs) o Buying Income Properties PROP hours (0.9 CEUs/ILUs) The following courses are introductory and practical. PROP 1031 Managing Residential Tenancies * PROP 1033 Real Estate Development PROP 1074 Real Estate Stocks 12

13 Students may register in any individual course. The core courses examine the principles and techniques of real estate valuation, mathematics, finance, investment analysis, and law. The elective courses offer students some latitude to develop their knowledge in different areas of related expertise, such as real estate development, commercial lease analysis, condo investing, commercial property investing, and buying income properties. See page 24 of this brochure to locate current information on course dates and registration procedures. Course descriptions and fees begin on page 14. See the Course Planner on page 24 for courses offered by semester. Real Estate Trading Services Certificate If you are planning a career in real estate sales, the following courses will qualify you to obtain the Langara College Real Estate Trading Services Certificate and allow you to write the Real Estate Council of BC s Trading Services License Exam: Core Courses (5) PROP 1038 Real Estate Sales Introduction PROP 1004 Real Estate Law BUSI 111 PROP 1005 Real Estate Appraisal BUSI 330 PROP 1024 Real Estate Mathematics BUSI 121 PROP 1023 Real Estate Finance BUSI 221 Elective Courses (Choose 1) PROP 1020 Real Estate Investment Analysis BUSI 331 PROP 1095 Real Estate Entrepreneurial Essentials The following tutorial courses will assist you to complete the Trading Services License exam successfully: PROP 1050 Real Estate License Tutorial PROP 1037 Real Estate Math Tutorial PROP 1090 Real Estate Tutorial See page 24 to locate current schedule and registration information. When you have completed all of the above courses, write a letter requesting permission to write the Trading Services License exam and include a copy of your transcript. For more information on real estate licensing, visit the Real Estate Council of B.C. website Real Estate Broker s Business Planning & Financial Management Licensing Course If you are planning a career as a real estate broker, the following six Langara courses will allow you to write the Real Estate Council of BC(RECBC) s Broker s Business Planning & Financial Management Licensing Course Exam: PROP 1004 Real Estate Law BUSI 111 PROP 1005 Real Estate Appraisal BUSI

14 PROP 1024 Real Estate Mathematics BUSI 121 PROP 1023 Real Estate Finance BUSI 221 PROP 1020 Real Estate Investment Analysis BUSI 331 PROP 1001 Property Management Residential BUSI 441 When you have completed all of the above courses, write a letter to RECBC requesting permission to write the Broker s Business Planning & Financial Management Licensing exam. and include a copy of your transcript. For more information on real estate licensing, visit the Real Estate Council of B.C. website Langara Continuing Studies at VSB These popular VSB courses are being provided at VSB facilities through Langara Continuing Studies. The following courses are introductory and practical courses: VENT 1001 Starting a Home Cleaning Business VPRO 1001 Introduction to House Construction VPRO 1002 Introduction to Home Inspection VPRO 1003 Introduction to House Construction (Cantonese) VPRO 1004 Introduction to House Construction (Mandarin) See page 24 of this brochure to locate current information on course dates and registration procedures. Course descriptions and fees begin on page 14. See the Course Planner on page 24 for courses offered by semester. Course Descriptions Note on Course Scheduling: Courses normally run one 3-hour classroom session per week on a weekday evening or a Saturday. For example, a 36-hour course may run over 12 weekly sessions at 3 hours per session. Tuition is subject to change. PROP1043 Advanced Strata Management This applied course is designed for working strata managers. You will develop handson knowledge and skills for problem solving. You will also acquire a deeper understanding of how to handle everyday challenges pertaining to statutory compliance, annual general meetings, council meetings, mixed-use stratas, budget preparation, financial reserves, building maintenance, insurance claims, and time management. This course is eligible for REP elective course credit. Prerequisite: A current strata management license. (30 hours) $499 PROP1073 Building Design and Construction Course provides a concise overview of construction materials and methods for commercial and residential buildings, including high-rise towers. Emphasis is placed on key terminology and the economics of construction projects. Topics include: planning and design, site preparation, foundations, superstructure, envelope systems, mechanical systems, and interior finishes. There is also brief treatment of construction supervision, quality control, sustainability issues, and post-construction deficiencies. Non-credit (18 hours) $340 14

15 PROP1044 Building Operations Management This course examines building operations from a management perspective. You will learn how buildings operate, how to develop a building maintenance plan, how to improve safety and efficiency, and how to solve maintenance problems. Topics include: planning and risk management, best practices, budgeting, tendering and purchasing, service contracts, capital upgrades, and project supervision. Course content applies to residential and commercial properties as well as institutional facilities. This is a required course in the Professional Building Manager Certificate program. (36 hours) $560 PROP 1060 Building Systems and Analysis This course provides a thorough examination of building systems and equipment, and how to analyze and rectify problems in building systems. Topics include: building structure and envelope, mechanical systems and HVAC, maintenance and inspection schedules, report research, building audits, energy efficiency, and problem-solving techniques. Course content applies to residential and commercial properties as well as institutional facilities. This is a required course in the Professional Building Manager Certificate program. (36 hours) $510 GBSC1004 Business Communications This course introduces the fundamentals of interpersonal and group interaction including written, verbal, and non-verbal communication. The class will examine options in presentation preparation and delivery techniques, awareness of tone, consideration of audience, and selection of indirect and direct message organization. This is a required course in the Property Management Certificate program, the Social Housing Management Certificate program, and the Professional Building Manager Certificate program. (36 hours) $405 PROP1035 Buying Income Property Ideal for the novice investor, this course offers practical information on the selection and management of income-producing real estate. Examples include multi-unit rental houses and apartment buildings. Students will examine sample property investments on the basis of estimated net income, market value growth, deferred maintenance, routine maintenance, tenancy agreements, and tenant relations. A strong emphasis is placed on personal financial objectives. Non-credit (9 hours) $175 PROP1061 Commercial Lease Analysis This concise course examines commercial tenancies and commercial leases in British Columbia. Emphasis is placed on understanding and interpreting lease documents related to a variety of property types, including office and retail. The course is suitable for property managers, building managers, commercial landlords, and those who plan to rent commercial space. This is an elective course in the Professional Building Manager Certificate. (12 hours) $238 15

16 PROP1072 Commercial Property Investing Intended for the novice investor, this short course covers the basics of selecting and operating a commercial property investment. Property types include: retail, office, medical, industrial, and commercial strata. Topics include: leases and leasing agents, tenant mix, tenant relations, management, budgets, and maintaining the property to maximize value and income. Non-credit (6 hours) $130 PROP1071 Condo Investing Should you buy a residential condo unit as a rental property investment? What are the biggest mistakes of condo investing? What are your rights and responsibilities as an owner and a landlord in a condo complex? What are your monthly and annual expenses? How do you estimate your return on investment? Course answers these questions and more. Non-credit (6 hours) $130 PROP1086 Controlling Construction Costs This course is designed to simplify the complicated world of construction contracts typically used today. The standard terms and conditions used for each of the contract options are fully explained in a manner that any average home owner can easily grasp. Each party s roles are clearly explained and risks are identified. The course includes types of construction contracts, calling for bids, contract set-up, and contract management. Non-credit (16 hours) $305 PROP1066 Development Application Process This course gives a practical introduction to the application and review process for property developments in Vancouver and adjacent municipalities. The course includes: (1) a description of the provincial and municipal planning and development review framework as defined by federal, provincial, and municipal law and regulation; (2) a step-by-step examination of the development application review process; and (3) actual examples of successful and unsuccessful development applications. Emphasis is placed on due diligence and advance preparation. Non-credit (9 hours) $180 BSAD1088 Economics Micro & Macro This course introduces the issues, concepts, and theories of micro-economics and macroeconomics. It provides practice in applying economic reasoning to decision-making and forecasting problems in business, industry, and government. This is an elective course in the Real Property Analyst Certificate program. (39 hours) $615 PROP1084 Energy Efficiency Financing Learn how to build an effective finance-based business case for an energy efficiency project within your organization. You will learn how to analyze energy projects for net present value, internal rate of return and other financial parameters using Excel spreadsheets, identify energy and non-energy project benefits, calculate the financial value created by energy efficiency projects, and understand the basics of third-party financing mechanisms such as energy performance contracting. This course offered in partnership with Natural Resources Canada. (7 hours) $430 16

17 PROP 1078 Energy Management Information Systems How will an energy management system benefit your building owner? This course will train the building manager/property manager in the use and benefits of installing an EMIS system in commercial/industrial buildings. This in turn will further equip the professional with tools to improve the efficiency of the buildings in their care. This course offered in partnership with Natural Resources Canada. (7 hours) $430 PROP1083 Energy Management Planning Learn how to create and implement an energy management plan for your organization. You will learn how to assemble an effective energy management team, identify and capitalize on immediate savings opportunities, access programs that can help take advantage of these savings, build a strategic framework for energy management solutions to identify characteristics of organization that are successful in managing energy. This course offered in partnership with Natural Resources Canada. (7 hours) $428 PROP1076 Energy Monitoring Why are your energy costs changing every month? This course will help the building/property manager detect changes in energy use, and identify, measure, and verify savings from energy projects. You will have all the tools you need to improve the efficiency of buildings in your care. This course is offered in partnership with Natural Resources Canada. (7 hours) $430 PROP1085 Estimating Construction Costs This course will help participants understand how to estimate the cost of house construction with more accuracy. The format is highly intuitive and does not require participants to have a great deal of technical knowledge about construction and building methods. The divisions of work discussed will be easily understood at a functional level. The course includes using a Quantities Measurement Template, Pricing Template, Costing Summary, and Trade Breakdown. Non-credit (20 hours) $380 GBSC1006 Financial Skills for Managers This course explains accounting concepts, tools, and methods in concise and understandable terms. Students will learn basic skills such as reading financial statements, analyzing financial reports, developing and modifying revenue and expense forecasts, and identifying and monitoring critical measures of business performance. This is a required course in the Property Management Certificate program and the Social Housing Management Certificate. (36 hours) $412 PROP1067 Home Renovation Planning Learn how to plan a home renovation project, such as a kitchen, family room, secondary suite, or a major addition. Topics include: concept development and design detailing, planning and scheduling, legal issues, budget preparation, selecting contractors, and project supervision. Course content is relevant to houses, townhouses, and apartment suites. Non-credit (9 hours) $180 17

18 PROP1049 House Construction Learn about building techniques and the materials used in the construction of wood-frame homes in British Columbia. Construction topics include: footings and foundations, framing, the envelope system, mechanical systems, and interior finishes. The course also covers basic information on permits, zoning, inspections, codes, and important documents in the construction and approval process. This is an elective course in the Professional Building Manager Certificate program. (12 hours) $237 Note: For an in-depth course on this topic, see Residential Construction below. ENTR How to Start Your Own Business Turn opportunities into viable business ventures. Learn to develop your own approaches, guidelines, and skills for being an entrepreneur. Topics include business idea generation, market research, marketing and sales strategies, writing proposals, financing options, human resources, and successfully operating your business after start-up. Each student will learn how to complete a business plan as part of the course content. (36) $412 VPRO 1002 Introduction to Home Inspection Location: John Oliver Secondary Through the basic course, you will learn to understand your house structure/foundation, roof/attic, exterior/sundeck, door/window, insulation/ventilation, cooling/heating, water supply/sanitary, electric & major appliances. Learn how to plan your maintenance schedule, select a house inspector & service team. FAQs on inspection and maintenance will be answered. Instructor is a licensed Home Inspector with 31 years experience in building inspection in Hong Kong & Canada. (12 hours) $110 VPRO 1001 Introduction to House Construction Location: Vancouver Technical Secondary For general interest, this course covers house construction, foundation work, floor construction, wall systems, finishing work - exterior and interior, framing for roofs, as well as building & inspection requirements. Field trips may be arranged. (21 hours) $197 VPRO 1003 Introduction to House Construction (Cantonese) Location: John Oliver Secondary For general interest, this course covers house construction, foundation work, floor construction, wall systems, finishing work - exterior and interior, framing for roofs, as well as building & inspection requirements. Field trips may be arranged. (21 hours) $197 Also VPRO 1004 Introduction to House Construction (Mandarin) SSCP1010 Leading and Managing Employees What makes people want to do well and how can you motivate them? A stronger understanding of employee motivation will help you improve your personal and organizational performance. Explore how effective leadership and management practices can increase job satisfaction, boost employee morale, and create high performance teams. This is an elective course in the Professional Building Manager Certificate program. (12 hours) $315 18

19 PROP1065 Managing Cleaning Services Learn how to manage and motivate building service staff for excellence in cleaning, security, and customer service. Topics include: hiring, orientation and training, team building, managing conflict, productivity and labor costs. Students will review a video presentation and unique case studies that clearly define steps for success as a building service manager. This is an elective course in the Professional Building Manager Certificate program. (12 hours) $233 PROP1031 Managing Residential Tenancies This practical course is designed for managers and owners of apartment buildings, rental houses, and rental suites. Topics include: marketing suites, tenant selection, tenancy applications, tenancy agreements, serving notices, rents, eviction, arbitration, dispute resolution, and the Residential Tenancy Act. This is an elective course in the Professional Building Manager Certificate program. (12 hours) $238 BSAD1020 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Develop the dispute resolution, negotiation, and mediation skills essential in today s demanding workplace. Learn how to analyze complex issues, find common ground, deal with different communication styles, envision win-win outcomes, avoid litigation, and effectively resolve disputes. This is a required course in the Property Management Certificate program, the Social Housing Management Certificate program, and the Professional Building Manager Certificate program. (36 hours) $440 ECON 1221 Principles of Macroeconomics Introductory macroeconomic concepts; circular flow of income and product; national income; equilibrium level of domestic income; fiscal policy; money and banking; international trade; inflation and unemployment. Note: This course meets UBC BUSI 101 requirements. ECON 1220 Principles of Microeconomics Introductory concepts; the market system; price determination; demand and utility; competitive supply; cost analysis; market structures; equilibrium of the firm; pricing of factor inputs; land rents; wages; interest and capital. This course is available through the Regular Studies at Langara. Note: This course meets UBC BUSI 100 (Capital Markets and Real Estate) requirements. BSAD1016 Project Supervision Develop the skills you need to successfully complete projects on time and on budget. Learn to analyze tasks and risks, define the scope of a project, build teams, and create resource plans. You will use Microsoft Project 2007 as a tool for project administration and organization. Prerequisite: Windows File Management, Computer Basics, or equivalent experience is strongly recommended. This is an elective course in the Professional Building Manager Certificate program. (18 hours) $315 PROP1002 Property Management Commercial Learn the principles and practices of commercial, industrial, and retail property management. Topics include: property types, law, management agreements, marketing, leases, maintenance and security, budgets and controls, insurance, assessment and 19

20 taxation, special-use properties (e.g. medical, industrial parks, commercial strata), personnel management, and tenant relations. Emphasis is placed on critical thinking skills related to marketing and management challenges. This course meets UBC BUSI 451 requirements (September 2014). This is a required course in the Property Management Certificate program. (39 hours) $684 PROP1001 Property Management Residential Learn the principles and practices of professional residential rental and strata management. Topics include: property types, licensing and trust accounts, the Residential Tenancy Act, the Strata Property Act, management agreements, rental marketing, tenancy applications and agreements, budgets and controls, maintenance and security planning, insurance, and employee relations. This course meets UBC BUSI 441 requirements (September 2014). This is a required course in the Property Management Certificate. (39 hours) $684 PROP1091 Reading Technical Drawings I This introductory course will prepare you to read and understand architectural drawings and visualize a completed project. Technical drawings typically utilize lines, scale, dimensions, and symbols to show the contractor, owner, and tradesmen the agreed upon parameters of a contract for buildings or additions. Reading and understanding them is a vital skill. (18 hours) $275 PROP1091 Reading Technical Drawings II Technical drawings showing electrical, plumbing, and structural components are much more complex. This intermediate course will enable the student to read and understand architectural drawings along with other technical drawings. In addition, the student will learn to visualize the completed project. You ll learn about: site and foundations, electrical, plumbing, and heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning systems. (18 hours) $275 PROP1005 Real Estate Appraisal Learn concepts and techniques for appraising real estate value. This course is designed for persons who want to work in the areas of appraisal and assessment. Topics include: the appraisal profession, the appraisal process, property analysis, market and use analysis, valuation methods, value reconciliation, and report writing. Note on AIC/UBC/RECBC Transfer: This course meets Appraisal Institute of Canada, Trading Services License transfer for Real Estate Council of BC, and UBC BUSI 330 requirements. This is a required course in the Langara College Real Property Analyst Certificate program. (39 hours) $684 PROP1033 Real Estate Development A practical overview of the real estate development process, from initial idea to completed project. Topics include: development planning and feasibility; site selection, acquisition and due diligence; the development review and approval process; financing, insurance, and construction; project design and marketing or holding the finished project. Emphasis is placed on feasibility analysis, with particular attention to projects under $5m. Non-credit (15 hours) $310 20

21 PROP1095 Real Estate Entrepreneurial Essentials There are many aspects of real estate knowledge that help an entrepreneur invest successfully. These include: listing analysis, property analysis, real estate strategies and techniques, and understanding the real estate cycle. This course will cover all these essentials as well as how to set up your business, build a team of experts, due diligence, writing offers and contracts, and the acquisition process. (36 hours) $400 PROP1081 Real Estate Ethics & Business Practices The objective of this course is to aid the real estate practitioner to develop and refine their decision-making skills from an ethical standpoint. Participants will acquire the tools and strategies to maintain strict ethical standards. Note: This course meets Real Estate Institute of Canada (REIC) requirements. This is a required course in the REIC Accredited Residential Manager (ARM) certificate. (18 hours) $795 PROP1023 Real Estate Finance Students will apply the principles of real estate financial analysis to a variety of topics, including: residential and commercial loan underwriting, loan refinancing and creative real estate financing methods. Note: Broker & Trading Services License Transfer: This course meets Real Estate Council of BC and UBC BUSI 221 requirements. (39 hours) $684 PROP1020 Real Estate Investment Analysis This course explains valuation techniques for income-producing real estate, including the income method of appraisal, tax consequences of real property ownership, and portfolio analysis methodology. Note on AIC/UBC/RECBC Transfer: This course meets Appraisal Institute of Canada and UBC BUSI 331 requirements. Prerequisite: Real Estate Mathematics and Real Estate Appraisal. A computer with spreadsheet software and a Hewlett Packard (HP) 10BII financial calculator are also required. This is a required course in the Langara College Real Property Analyst Certificate program. (39 hours) $684 PROP1004 Real Estate Law Learn British Columbia real estate law and professional standards of conduct. Topics include: judicial system, torts, contracts, agency, interests in land, title registration, property transactions, mortgages, residential and commercial tenancies/stratas, land use regulation, and professional responsibility. Note AIC/UBC/RECBC Transfer: This course meets Appraisal Institute of Canada, Trading Services License transfer for Real Estate Council of BC, and UBC BUSI 111 requirements. This is a required course in the Langara College Real Property Analyst Certificate program. (39 hours) $684 PROP1024 Real Estate Mathematics This course introduces the techniques of investment and statistical analysis in a real estate context. Topics include: statistical techniques, cash-flow analysis, discounting, compounding, and the mathematics of real estate finance and investment analysis. There is also a brief overview of graphing and surveying. Note on AIC/UBC/RECBC Transfer: This course meets Appraisal Institute of Canada and UBC BUSI 121 requirements. This is a required course in the Langara College Real Property Analyst Certificate program. (39 hours) $684 21

22 PROP1037 Real Estate Math Tutorial Course covers financial mathematics topics from the Real Estate Trading Services Licensing Course. Non-credit (6 hours) $110 Also see Sales License Tutorial below. PROP1038 Real Estate Sales - Introduction Course provides a practical introduction for anyone considering a career in residential real estate sales. Topics include: listings and sales, brokerage operations, commission structures, prospecting, building a clientele, start-up costs, and a start-out plan. Noncredit (3 hours) $60 PROP1074 Real Estate Stocks (REITs) Learn about real estate investments traded on the stock market, including real estate exchange-traded funds (ETFs), real estate investment trusts (REITs) and real estate company common stocks. Find out how these investments can be practical alternative to the hassles of buying and managing your own rental property. Explore the income that these investments can generate in diversifying and stabilizing your overall property investment portfolio. Non-credit (3 hours) $60 PROP1090 Real Estate Tutorial Need help with your real estate course? Struggling with real estate math, appraisal or law? Join us for a customized 3 hour tutorial to help you with your problem areas. Oneon-one or small group instruction. Get the extra help to succeed. Non-credit (3 hours) $375 PROP 1082 Re-Commissioning Buildings The "Re-commissioning for Buildings" course introduces building owners and managers to the benefits and processes of building re-commissioning and teaches several key skills that are needed to launch, manage and maximize the benefits of re-commissioning projects. This course is not designed for re-commissioning practitioners. This course offered in partnership with Natural Resources Canada. (7 hours) $430 PROP1022 Residential Construction Gain a working knowledge of the physical aspects of residential properties. Learn how houses are sited, designed, and constructed in Canada, plus how factors such as design, material selection, and construction type affect their value. Discover how to identify and evaluate problems due to design, construction or deterioration, their effect on value, and how problems should be reported. Note on AIC/UBC Transfer: This course meets Appraisal Institute of Canada and UBC BUSI 400 requirements. This is an elective course in the Langara Real Property Analyst Certificate program. (39 hours) $684 PROP1050 Sales License Tutorial Instructor-led tutorial for persons registered in the UBC Real Estate Trading Services (sales) Licensing Course. Course includes a chapter-by-chapter review of the licensing course with time for questions, explanations of critical topics, and guidance on completing the exam successfully. Non-credit (18 hours) $285 Note: Financial mathematics topics are covered in a separate course. See Real Estate Math Tutorial, also Real Estate Tutorial above. 22

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