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Suitability of Variable and Indexed Annuities Variable Annuities - Advanced
"Most variable annuity products distributed today are complex commodities with an abundance of moving parts - indexed annuity products even more so. It is due to this complexity that regulatory authorities take a harsh view at the sale of these products. Very few securities face the disclosure requirements of a variable or indexed annuity; in that a variable or indexed annuity is an insurance product and a security product, they often face the burden of overcoming the high degree of scrutiny from multiple regulatory agencies at both the state and federal levels. Yet given the level of complexity and the level of regulatory scrutiny, funds invested in variable annuities have reached well over one trillion dollars; a lot of money no matter who you are.It is only when a registered representative fully understands the advantages and disadvantages of a variable or indexed annuity that a decision can be made by the prospective client that the annuity is the proper investment product to include in their retirement or financial plan."
Price: 25
This course covers a broad range of issues related to variable annuities to help the student learn ways to guide clients through the various annuity products and which may be the most advantageous to them.
Price: 25


Employment Law -> ALL Communication with the Public - Supervisor
"This course covers broad issues on Employment and Labor laws as it applies to Insurance Agencies. It covers issues on pre and post employment procedures, employee agent/agency staff/agency staff and employer/agency rights and interviewing strategies in order to avoid claims and suits. Further, it puts emphasis on real world issues related to the employment laws."
Price: 25
This course is intended to provide guidance to broker/dealer-compliance and supervisory personnel in understanding regulatory rules and issues generally related to communication with the public and more specifically electronic communication.
Price: 25


Variable Annuities - General Understanding the Regulation of Electronic Communication
This course covers a broad range of issues related to variable annuities to help the student learn ways to guide clients through the various annuity products and which may be the most advantageous to them.
Price: 25
"Innovations in the area of electronic communications over the last few decades have altered how people communicate with each other. These innovations have brought, and continue to bring, new challenges to FINRA members in the establishment of supervisory systems and procedures for electronic communications that are reasonably designed to achieve compliance with applicable federal securities laws and self regulatory organization (SRO) rules."
Price: 25


Asset Allocation Investments: International Securities
"With the increasing popularity of do-it-yourself internet investing, the practice of asset allocation will continue to set the abilities of financial professionals apart from average at-home investors. This course provides an understanding of key allocation concepts associated with investments for both institutional and individual clients. The importance of risk management is also discussed, along with investment strategies to help financial professionals guide their clients' portfolios."
Price: 25
"This course covers the risks and rewards faced by investors who chose to invest internationally. When one invests in companies outside of the United States, they must take into consideration various factors such as currency risk, different regulatory and operating policies, and ownership limitations by U.S. investors in certain foreign companies. The course will explore international investment products, review the various types of investments, how they work, who would be a suitable candidate for international investing, and other considerations that are important to both the financial professionals who sell them and the investor using them as investment tools."
Price: 25


Ethics for Financial Professionals - Basic Deferred Compensation Plans
"This course covers the basic concept of ethics with a detailed definition and what it entails. We will discuss the role of ethics in our personal as well as professional lives and the challenges faced. We will also discuss the core ethical values and how rationalization is used as a common tool. Finally, we will talk about the framework of ethical decision-making and conclude with a brief discourse on ethics and conflict of interests."
Price: 25
"Finding and training qualified employees is an expensive endeavor. Employers want to attract, motivate and retain key employees, but want to do this without substantially increasing their costs. One way to do this is to design an employee benefit program that enhances the firm's ability to retain critical employees.In that tax-qualified pension and profit-sharing plans do not allow an employer to discriminate in favor of selected key employees, those that the employer normally wants to favor, many employers turn to non-qualified deferred compensation plans. These plans require no government approval and can be arranged exclusively for the benefit of top management."
Price: 25


Understanding Research Analysts' Recommendations Compliance: Regulation S-P - Supervisory
"This mini session is designed to assist in the understanding of the Research Analyst's reports, the effect of the reports on the industry and suggestions regarding the successful use of research reports."
Price: 25
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FINRA members are required to maintain policies and procedures that address the protection of customer information and records. Among other things, these policies and procedures must be reasonably designed to protect against unauthorized access to or use of customer records or information that course result in substantial harm or inconvenience to any customer. This course covers the following:
- Protection of Non-Public Personal Information
- Limitation on Use and Re-Use of information
- Privacy Policy Disclosure
- Technical Issues with Servers and Data Retention
- Standards for Responding to Data Security Breaches
- Safeguards and Disposal Rules
- Scope of the Information Covered by the Rules
- The Disposal Rule Applied Individuals
- An Exception to Reg S-P Reps Moving
- Laptop protection
- The SEC Responds
- Question of Delivery of Privacy Notice
- Email Protection
- Reg S-P and the Relation to Reg S-AM
- Small Entity Compliance Guide
- Concern Related To Sharing Non-Public Information With Others

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Price: 25


Seniors and Variable Annuities Understanding the Rules of FINRA
"Americans are retiring at a record pace. In fact, in the next 20 years, millions of Americans will be turning 60. And, according to census data, Americans aged 85 and over are the fastest growing segment of our population. The growth of these demographics has led many firms to gear their marketing and sales practices toward seniors and those nearing retirement. Therefore, to maintain ethical business practices, firms must increase their awareness of the unique concerns surrounding senior investors. This course will cover suitability, tax treatment, and regulatory rules regarding sales practices for variable annuities with a focus on clients who are senior citizens."
Price: 25
"This course provides a thorough introduction to FINRA rules and regulations that govern broker/dealers andtheir associated persons. Among the policies that are examined in this course are Conduct Rules and the Code of Procedure for disciplining member firms and registered representatives, the Code of Arbitration Procedure for industry or customer disputes, the Code of Mediation Procedure, , and various NYSE rules. FINRA also stipulates standards for public communications, regulations for the OTC markets, how to process orders, and back office functions. Understanding the Rules of FINRA addresses all of these issues in detail, and provides you with knowledge that you will use throughout your career."
Price: 25


Evaluating Financial Performance Private Placement Securities - Supervisor
"This course provides a basic understanding of how to use ratio analysis for evaluating financial performance. It discusses the scope, significance and calculation of ratios whose understanding is key to evaluating the financial strength of a company."
Price: 25
"The private placement of securities involves the offer and sale of a security not involving a public offering. Under the 1933 Securities Act (1933 Act), a public offering requires the filing of a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the final authorization to offer such security to the public by this regulator. These provisions are not imposed upon the distribution of the private placement security. It is possible to offer and sell substantial offerings with no or little SEC involvement."
Price: 25


"Gifts, Gratuities and Regulation (Interactive)" FACT Act - Supervisory
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Ever since goods and services were first offered to customers, 'specials', 'deals', ' buy one, get one free', and other incentives have been offered to increase sales and spread the word about the seller's product. The securities industry has been no different; clients are offered discount pricing on trades, bonus on annuities and 'free' research on an array of investment opportunities.

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Price: 25
"This course gives a comprehensive review of the Red Flags Rule by providing detail on how to develop, implement, and administer a written Identity Theft Training program as a member firm."
Price: 25


Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Proactive Supervision
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This course covers a broad range of issues related to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) to help the student learn ways to guide clients through this, at times, complicated legislation. It includes the following lessons:
- Introduction to the Act
- How Consumers and Customers Are Affected
As the student completes this course, he or she should try to develop a broad picture of the implications of the GLBA and how it fits into the larger practice of consumer/customer financial services. The first lesson will assist with this project by presenting a history and case studies.

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Price: 25
"Recent business and financial scandals indicate that the issue of internal controls and employee supervision are essential not only to the success and integrity of a company, but to its very survival. Both the owners and employees of companies such as Enron, WorldCom, Xerox, and Qwest would undoubtedly be in different situations if their company had stringent, functioning and firmly-implemented internal supervisory controls."
Price: 25


Institutional Suitability Life Settlements 101
"This course focuses on the importance of suitability regarding institutional customers by concentrating on compliance and regulatory requirements governing Members in these areas. The expectations put forth under FINRA Rule 2310 are examined alongside the Association's interpretation in IM-2310-3. This course discusses Members' suitability obligations for 'reasonable basis' and 'customer-specific' transactions, methods to assess a customer's ability to independently evaluate risk and a Member's recommendation, and the Member's responsibility if it is determined that the customer is 'non-independent.'"
Price: 25
"This course covers a broad range of issues related to life insurance settlements so students learn ways to help clients through this sometimes complicated process. As the student completes this course, he or she should try to develop a broad picture of life insurance settlements and how they fit into the larger practice of life insurance."
Price: 25


Retirement and Financial Planning with Variable Annuities Structured Products
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Most variable annuity products distributed today are complex commodities with an abundance of moving parts. It is due to this complexity that regulatory authorities severely scrutinizing the sale of these products. In that a variable annuity is an insurance product and a security product regulatory disclosure is required by both state insurance and securities regulators in addition to the federal securities regulators. Yet given the level of complexity and the level of regulatory scrutiny, funds invested in variable annuities have reached well over one trillion dollars; a lot of money no matter who you are.

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Price: 25
"Structured investments have been part of diversified portfolios in Europe and Asia for many years. While the basic concept for these products originated in the United States in the 1980s, structured investments 'compete' with a formidable range of alternative investment vehicles, such as individual securities, mutual funds, electronically traded funds (ETFs), and closed-end funds. The recent growth of these instruments is due to innovative features, better pricing and improved market liquidity.The idea of a structured investment is simple: to create an investment product that combines some of the best features of equity and fixed income - namely upside potential with downside protection. This is accomplished by creating a 'basket' of investments that can include bonds, CDs, equities, commodities, currencies, real estate investment trusts, and derivative products. The mix of investments in the basket determines its potential upside, as well as downside protection, tax implication, time horizon, and other considerations."
Price: 25


The SEC's Books and Records Requirements - The Basics Advanced Supervision

The SEC books and records regulations are primarily found as Rule 17 a-3 and Rule 17 a-4. Rule 17 a-3 describes what records must be created while Rule 17 a-4 defines maintenance and retention periods for these records.?�?�


Price: 25
This course provides context regarding principal registration under rules 1021 and 1022 and the role of the Chief Compliance officer in a member firm.
Price: 25


Compliance: Regulation S-P - General Options: Basic
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Although Regulation S-P (?�?�?�Reg S-P?�?�???) appears to be a fairly straightforward rule, requiring ?�?�?�protection of customer information,?�?�??? the constant change in technology, interpretations from regulators, and new threats from hackers make safeguarding non-public information an issue that is ever evolving and increasingly difficult to track.
In this course the following topics will be discussed:
- The Source of Regulation S-P
- The privacy policy requirement under the regulation
- Sample privacy policy disclosures
- Safeguarding and disposing of client information
- Recent provisions to allow representatives to retrieve and retain confidential client information
- Regulation S-AM

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Price: 25
"Options define the criteria for the buying and selling of securities. They are contracts between two parties that give the buyer the right, but not the obligation (hence the name option), to buy or sell an underlying asset or security at a specific price anytime within a specified time period (until the contract date on the particular option expires). Similar to a stock or bond, an option is a security. Option contracts set conditions, such as price and time frame, for the buying or selling of a specific security. Options are also two-party, binding contracts with strictly defined terms and properties.\"
Price: 25


Supervisory Controls and Procedures Outside Business Activities
"As with most regulatory agencies, FINRA and the SEC try to learn from painful experiences. In recent years, a single name has come to be known by virtually every registered representative and supervisor in the securities industry; that name is Gruttadauria. As the direct result of the reprehensible deeds of this one person, the securities industry has been additionally burdened with an entire set of regulatory demands that have extensively refashioned supervisory controls and procedures."
Price: 25
"The number of FINRA sanctions against registered personnel engaged in outside business activities without their Broker-Dealers' authorization underscores the importance of reviewing the term, 'outside business activity,' as well as relevant FINRA rules and a sample of pertinent fines, suspensions, and other penalties. The goal of this course is to help registered representatives and their supervisors understand the importance of asking permission before, and the implications of asking forgiveness after, such activities are conducted."
Price: 25


Reverse Exchangeable Securities Anti-Money Laundering for Financial Professionals
"Structured products can help clients to achieve greater diversification, to gain or hedge exposure to certain asset classes, or to align their portfolios with particular market or economic expectations. These products can provide asymmetrical returns, meaning that returns will be higher or lower than those derived from a direct investment in a particular asset. Structured products usually combine a debt security with an underlying asset, such as a single equity, a basket of equities, a domestic or international index, a commodity, or some type of hybrid security."
Price: 25
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Money laundering plays a fundamental role in facilitating the ambitions of drug traffickers, terrorists, organized criminals, insider dealers, tax evaders, and many others who need to avoid the attention from authorities that sudden wealth from illegal activities brings. In using money laundering, criminals seek to make their ill-gotten profits beyond the reach of asset forfeiture laws. Financial institutions such as insurance companies are at the forefront of the battle against money launderers. Under current legislation, insurance companies are responsible for policing their financial dealings and reporting suspicious transactions. This course will examine anti-money laundering regulation in the insurance industry, specifically focusing on the USA PATRIOT Act of 2001, the Suspicious Activities Report (SAR), the Customer Identification Programs (CIP), and the "Know Your Customer" provision (KYC).

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Price: 25


Anti-Money Laundering - Supervisors Compliance Issues for Investment Bankers
"This course will examine FinCEN guidance and enforcement, due diligence and reporting obligations of Broker Dealers, and AML training program requirements. This course is designed for Supervisors and Principals."
Price: 25
"This course has been developed to educate principals and administrative staff of investment banking broker/dealers on unique compliance challenges and how to address them before they result in inadvertent rule violations. Rule violations, whether intentional or not, often result in disciplinary action being taken by FINRA against the broker/dealer and its principals and may result in fines or suspensions."
Price: 25


Municipal Securities What is a Private Securities Transaction?
"Municipal Securities are debt instruments most commonly issued by states, political subdivision, taxing authorities, agencies and other local government units. Individual and institutional investors incorporate municipal securities in their investment portfolios often due to their perceived level of safety and their tax advantages. Most municipal bonds pay interest that is exempt from federal taxation for the bondholder, while some bonds provide the investor with further tax exempt interest at the state and local levels. Based on these tax benefits, municipal securities are best suited for investors in a high income bracket."
Price: 25
"The number of FINRA sanctions against registered personnel engaged in unauthorized, private securities transactions (often referred to as 'selling away') underscores the importance of summarizing terms associated with securities transactions (Lesson 1), analyzing the FINRA rule (3040) regarding 'private security transactions' (Lesson 2) and reviewing both recent sanctions (fines, suspensions, and industry bars) and the guidelines by which FINRA assesses those penalties for private security transactions (Lesson 3)."
Price: 25


Business Conduct Practices FACT Act - Basic


Price: 25
"This course highlights sections 114 and 315 of the Act that directs member firms, who are classified as a financial institution or a creditor, to implement a written Identity Theft program to detect and mitigate identity theft in relation to covered accounts."
Price: 25


Electronic Communications I: Email Policies and Perils Private Placement Securities - General
"Email threats such as confidentiality breaches, legal liability, lost productivity and damage to reputation cost companies millions of dollars each year. This course walks you through the steps of protecting a company from these threats by creating and implementing an email policy."
Price: 25
This course provides an overview of the requirements and restrictions of a private placement offering by a brokerage firm.
Price: 25


Variable Annuities - Supervisor Direct Participation Programs
The most significant concerns facing principals charged with supervising variable annuity business is meeting the ever-changing policies and regulation imposed by state and federal security authorities. Regulators are notorious for taking defined regulations and statutes and formulating internal policies and interpretations and imposing these upon the broker/dealer community.
Price: 25
"This course provides financial professionals with a better understanding of the concept of Direct Participation Programs (DPPs), as an investment that allows the flow-through of tax-consequences to the investor. Limited partnerships as the most common form of DPPs are discussed in great detail, including their formation, the role of limited and general partners, the calculation of basis and other legalities involved in the process. Depreciation of property is also explained in conjunction with its tax benefits to partnerships. The nature of other types of DPPs, oil and gas programs, real estate syndicates and equipment leasing are discussed in view of the impact on investors. Finally, there is an overview of the analysis required by both registered reps selling DPPs and those investing in them. Issues related to underwriting DPPs are also highlighted for the information of the investor."
Price: 25


Corporate Finance for Professionals Anti-Money Laundering - General
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The long-term investments we make today will determine the value of our business tomorrow. In order to make long-term investments in new product lines, new equipment and other assets, managers must know the cost of obtaining funds to acquire these assets. The cost associated with different sources of funds is called the cost of capital. Cost of capital represents the rate a business must pay for each source of funds - debt, preferred stock, common stock, and retained earnings.

Since we want to maintain existing market values, cost of capital is the minimum acceptable rate of return for long-term investments. If the business earns more than its cost of capital, the market value of the business will increase. Likewise, if returns on long-term investments are below the cost of capital, market values will decline. Maximizing value for the owners of the business is a fundamental objective within financial management. Therefore, how we manage capital is extremely important to fulfilling the basic objective of increased shareholder value.

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Price: 25
"This course will cover general money laundering terms and why money laundering is a threat. In addition, this course will cover the various anti-money laundering laws including the USA Patriot Act, the Money Laundering Control Act of 1986 and the Bank Secrecy Act."
Price: 25


Mutual Funds - Advanced Institutional Ethics
"Investors have increasingly turned to mutual funds to save for education, retirement and other financial goals. With mutual funds, investment dollars of many investors are pooled together to purchase individual securities in a portfolio. Investors become owners of shares in the fund, just like he or she might own shares of stock in a corporation such as IBM, Google or Southwest Air. The difference is that a fund's only business is investing in securities. The price of the mutual fund shares is directly related to the value of the securities held by the fund. Mutual funds offer investors advantages such as professional management, a wide variety of investment choices, diversification, convenience and competitive costs."
Price: 25
"The nature and extent of ethics-oriented federal regulation of the securities industry is in the process of profound change. This course is an overview of the most significant regulatory developments from 2003 to date. We begin with three far-reaching pronouncements of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), involving self-regulatory organizations (SROs) and registered adviser ethics. That material is examined most thoroughly, since it offers direct insight into the securities regulator's mindset. (SROs include the national securities exchanges and registered securities associations.)"
Price: 25


Mutual Funds - Basic Know Your Customer
"This course describes the types of financial instruments and mutual funds available. Beginning with a brief overview of basic investment principles and the history of the mutual fund industry, this course addresses the basics of mutual funds, how they are categorized, the roles and functions and the investment characteristics of each."
Price: 25
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Within the securities industry, the concept of 'suitability' is a fundamental business operation principle. The foundation of suitability requires that a registered representative have a reasonable basis for making investment recommendations to a client. These recommendations must be based upon the client-provided personal and financial information, such as the client's risk tolerance, financial situation, investment objectives, investment time horizon, and investment sophistication.

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Price: 25


Communication with the Public - Supervisory Level (Interactive) Outside Business Activities (Interactive)

This course is intended to provide guidance to broker/dealer-compliance and supervisory personnel in understanding regulatory rules and issues generally related to communication with the public and more specifically electronic communication.


Price: 25


Price: 25


Communication with the Public for the Registered Rep (Interactive) Understanding 1035 Exchanges

This course is a discussion of the basic rules and standards that apply to all forms of communication with the public. The focus is on the registered representative and the everyday challenges they face in conducting business within the confines of strict regulatory parameters.


Price: 25
"The replacement of an annuity or life insurance policy, that is, the exchange of existing policies for new ones purchased from different companies without tax consequences, is called a Section 1035 Exchange. To qualify for the tax advantages of such an exchange, the procedure followed in the exchange must meet the requirements of Section 1035 of the Internal Revenue Code if the transaction is to be tax-free. A 1035 Exchange allows the contract owner to exchange outdated, sometimes costly or inefficient contracts for more current and efficient contracts, while preserving the original policy's tax basis and deferring recognition of gain for federal income tax purposes."
Price: 25


401(k) Institutional Communication and Advertising
"This course will examine how a 401(k) retirement plan works. In addition the learner is taken through some of the contemporary and upcoming amendments, policies, and plans that will shape the future of the American workforce, and how they save for retirement."
Price: 25

This course covers regulations imposed on advertising and sales literature to ensure all communications with the public adhere to industry guidelines.


Price: 25


Wills and Trusts Principles of Banking (Interactive)
"This course is a concise and practical guide to what every insurance professional should know about the law of wills and trusts -- as well as a range of other matters -- while advising others. Before and during the design of a client's estate plan the professional can provide value as part of the advisor team. This course is based on real questions, concerns and issues encountered over many years, among people at all economic levels, from modest to quite substantial. There is no better way to build trust, confidence, and respect than becoming a source of knowledge on the topics and issues presented here."
Price: 25
This course introduces the student to the history and basic functions of banks and related financial institutions in the United States.
Price: 25


Fiduciary Responsibility and Retirement Planning Private Placement Securities - Advanced
"Employers can offer ""qualified"" retirement plans that meet the specified criteria of the International Revenue Code (IRC) and Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), or ""non-qualified"" plans that lack many of the tax preferences of qualified plans but are not bound by the strict statutory requirements. In either case, there are certain fiduciary responsibilities that must be met by those overseeing these types of plans. This course will address several topics including the administration of retirement plans, tax benefits, and plan distributions."
Price: 25


Price: 25


Qualified Retirement Plans and IRAs Anti-Money Laundering - Advanced
"An employer can provide retirement benefits for employees by setting up a pension, profit sharing, or stock bonus plan. Initially, the only regulation of pension/profit sharing plans was through the IRS, and the only real authority the IRS had was in specifying whether a plan qualified for special tax treatment. Generally, the plan qualifies for special tax treatment if participation in the plan and benefits do not discriminate in favor of the employer's key employees."
Price: 25
A closer look at the USA Patriot Act and detailed examples of Suspicious Activities.
Price: 25


Non-exchange Traded REITs Do Not Call & the Securities Industry
"This course will talk about REITs and how they are traded, as well as their generalinvestment advantages and disadvantages."
Price: 25
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Public outcry has resulted in the states seeking protection for consumers through legislation. Recently, this effort has been taken to a national level, with the establishment of the National Do Not Call Registry.

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Price: 25


"Gifts, Gratuities and Regulation" Understanding 403(b) Plans
"Ever since goods and services were first offered to customers, 'specials', 'deals', 'buy one, get one free', and other incentives have been offered to increase sales and spread the word about the seller's product. The securities industry has been no different; clients are offered discount pricing on trades, bonus on annuities, and 'free' research on an array of investment opportunities."
Price: 25
"A 403(b) account is a retirement savings plan, or tax shelter, for employees of tax exempt organizations, public school systems, civil government, and not-for-profit employees scientific, religious organizations, employee of a state or local government who is employed by a school (a local school system or state college or university) and those of cooperative hospital services. Generally, a 403b plan is the nonprofit organization's equivalent of the 401k."
Price: 25


Client Suitability Ethics in Institutional Sales
The registered rep uses a variety of client information to help the client evaluate the appropriate investments to fit their needs. This course discusses how to determine the suitability of the various investments to different clients and examines the risk characteristics associated with an investment company portfolio.
Price: 25
"This course provides the student with an understanding of regulatory and firm-based requirements for ethical dealings between institutional clients, their registered representatives, and their broker/dealer."
Price: 25


Communications with the Public for the Registered Rep Respiratory Protection Training
This course is a discussion of the basic rules and standards that apply to all forms of communication with the public. The focus is on the registered representative and the everyday challenges they face in conducting business within the confines of strict regulatory parameters.
Price: 25
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This course will provide employers and employees with knowledge concerning the proper selection, care, and use of personal protective equipment, including respirators. We will discuss the relevant OSHA requirements and how to comply with them.

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Price: 20


Respiratory Protection Fall Protection (C)
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This course will provide employers and employees with knowledge concerning the proper selection, care, and use of personal protective equipment, including respirators. We will discuss the relevant OSHA requirements and how to comply with them.

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Price: 20
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This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHAs role in prevention and elimination of work-related illnesses and injuries. The OSHA standard identifies areas or activities where fall protection is needed. It clarifies what an employer must do to provide fall protection for employees, such as identifying and evaluating fall hazards and providing training. Under the standard, employers are able to select fall protection measures compatible with the type of work being performed.

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Price: 1


Workplace Violence (GI) Investments: ETFs

This course attempts to highlight the problems of violence in the workplace. It identifies the various kinds and what constitutes workplace violence. The course then goes on to explain the potential costs of ignoring workplace violence and the methods that can be utilized to minimize and/or eliminate it from the workplace.


Price: 20
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Today, ETFs are one of the most rapidly growing areas in the investment fund industry worldwide. ETFs are expected to increasingly capture new investment flows from individual investors, financial advisors, and large institutional managers. The mutual fund scandals of 2003 and 2004 accelerated the trend for investors to shift money into tradable and cost efficient vehicles where they have more control over their investments, such as Closed-End Funds (CEFs), ETFs, exchange traded notes (ETNs), and exchange trade-commodities (ETCs). Some of the topics covered in this course are:
- A review of the history and nature of exchange traded funds
- Comparisons of ETF and related securities to more conventional investment securities
- FINRA?�?�?��s stated position on ETF suitability
- A discussion of the concern with understanding the complexity of ETFs
- Recent litigation faced by a popular ETF sponsor

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Price: 25


Research Analysts Professional Responsibility and Rule 2711 (Interactive) Unit Investment Trusts (Interactive)

This course will address the professional responsibilities of research analysts with particular attention to the standards adopted by the leading analysts' professional society and the federal regulations governing analysts' conduct and qualifications.

The course is presented in two lessons:

  • Lesson 1 - The Role of the Research Analyst and Professional Standards

  • Lesson 2 - Regulation: Conflicts and Certification

Price: 25
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Unit Investment Trusts is designed to provide financial professionals with an understanding of the various types of investment companies. It also explains the goals of The 1940 Investment Company Act and the regulatory role of the SEC over the securities industry. To achieve this, the module explains in detail the characteristics of a variety of unit investment trusts, or UITs. Finally, it provides a discussion of the many benefits of investing in UITs along with their associated investment risks.

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Price: 25


Understanding the Rules of FINRA (Interactive) Montana Sales Pre-License
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This course provides a thorough introduction to FINRA rules and regulations that govern broker/dealers and their associated persons. Among the policies that are examined in this course are conduct rules and the Code of Procedure for disciplining member firms and registered representatives, the Code of Arbitration procedure for industry or customer disputes, the Code of Mediation Procedure, and various NYSE rules. You will also learn FINRA's standards for public communications, regulations for the OTC market, how to process orders, and back office functions. Understanding the Rules of FINRA addresses all of these issues in detail and provides you with knowledge that you will use throughout your career.

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Price: 25
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This prelicense course begins by introducing the student to various types of real estate careers, activities, companies, and governmental agencies that regulate the industry. Then the course explores property rights, forms of ownership, property restrictions, and zoning. Students will learn the mathematical calculations and formulas commonly used in the real estate industry. The course provides an overview of agency relationships, contract law, property transfers, listing agreements, and deeds as well as environmental issues that licensees may encounter. The general prelicense section ends with an exploration of loans and the loan process, leasing, ethics, and fair housing laws. The Montana License Law section examines the laws and rules governing the licensing and conduct of Montana real estate professionals, beginning with an overview of the role, structure, responsibilities, and duties of the Montana Board of Realty Regulation. Students explore the real estate related activities that require a license, as well as the requirements for obtaining and renewing various real estate licenses. Licensee duties, agency relationships, unprofessional conduct, trust accounts, foreclosures, the Real Estate Recovery Account, property management, and the Residential Landlord and Tenant Act are also discussed. The course closes with the condominium requirements under the Montana Unit Ownership Act.

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Price: 299


Concrete and Masonry Safety Training Recordkeeping & Reporting (GI)
"This course is designed for construction workers who want to learn about safely working with concrete and masonry projects. The information addresses the requirements necessary to protect all construction employees from the hazards associated with concrete and masonry construction operations performed in workplaces covered under OSHA 29 CFR Part 1926.7. In addition to the requirements in Subpart Q, other relevant provisions in Parts 1910 and 1926 apply to concrete and masonry construction operations. Topics include general requirements for formwork and masonry construction."
Price: 20
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This course is designed to assist employers in identifying and fulfilling their responsibilities for posting certain records, maintaining records of illnesses and injuries, and reporting specific cases to OSHA. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to identify the OSHA requirements for recordkeeping.

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Price: 20


Pricing Property Property Management - Taking Care of Business
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Students will be introduced to the concepts, types, and approaches to value. They will learn about market value; selecting the best comparables when estimating real property value; and accurately determining square footage. This course addresses how to correctly make adjustments to value, market timing, and the reasoning and strategies as to why property sells.

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Price: 40
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This property management course focuses on the operational aspects of running a property management firm. Students will learn how to analyze and manage liability risks and insurance and the security and safety responsibilities of a property manager. The course discusses the pros and cons of private maintenance companies, setting up a maintenance system, evaluating a property's maintenance needs, and common maintenance problems that property managers deal with. Proper recordkeeping, promotion, and advertising are also covered. This course teaches students how to handle problem tenants, complaints, waiting lists, late rent, evictions, fair housing issues, and owner relations. The course also contains valuable information about the organization of a property management office, creating policy manuals, management costs and fees, the hiring process, employee management and evaluation, and what it takes to open and maintain a successful property management firm.

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Price: 80


Wrap Fee Accounts (Interactive) Montana License Law
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This course introduces the wrap fee account industry. You will learn the basics of a wrap account and how it functions. You will also learn about the information that is required for the wrap account and in turn, what information the client should be provided. Essentially, this course will not discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the investments, but rather provide a breakdown of the industry.

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Price: 25
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This course examines the laws and rules governing the licensing and conduct of Montana real estate professionals, beginning with an overview of the role, structure, responsibilities, and duties of the Montana Board of Realty Regulation. Students explore the real estate related activities that require a license, as well as the requirements for obtaining and renewing various real estate licenses. Licensee duties, agency relationships, unprofessional conduct, trust accounts, foreclosures, the Real Estate Recovery Account, property management, and the Residential Landlord and Tenant Act are also discussed. The course closes with the condominium requirements under the Montana Unit Ownership Act.

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Price: 30


Formaldehyde Awareness (GI) Electrical Safety Training
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This course addresses the possible hazards involved in working with materials that may contain formaldehyde. This course will highlight the materials and processes that will likely expose a worker to formaldehyde, the symptoms and effects of formaldehyde exposure, and measures that can be taken to minimize the harmful effects of formaldehyde on the body.

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Price: 20
"This course provides an overview of basic electrical safety for individuals with little or limited training or familiarity with electrical hazards and is designed for any worker who may use extension cords, electric tools, etc. This course covers the topics included in OSHA 29 CFR 1910.301-399 Subpart S"
Price: 20


Personal Protective & Lifesaving Equipment Training Homeowner's Association Management
"It is the employers responsibility to assess the workplace hazards, and if they are present or are likely to be present, and work practice controls alone are not sufficient, then the employer must provide personal protective equipment to the exposed employees. This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHAs role in prevention and elimination of work-related casualties and fatalities, which can be protected through proper personal protective equipment (PPE)."
Price: 20
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This course will give the student a broad overview of Homeowner's Association Management. It starts by showing the manager how to set up a non-profit association and the legal documents required. The board of directors and their role in running the association, drawing up bylaws and how the board operates are covered thoroughly. The course also covers CC&Rs and other restrictions and laws that all managers need to know. Resolving disputes through litigation and non-litigious means round out the course.

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Price: 110


Variable Annuities: Advanced (Interactive) RCRA in Day-to-Day Operations
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The role of an insurance company and the products it offers is to protect its policy holders against a variety of risks. Insurance protects your property, your health, your life, and business relationships. A by-product of the protection offered by insurance companies has evolved into what we know as annuities; these products are designed to protect policy owners against the risk of outliving a source of income.

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Price: 25
"Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) is designed to track hazardous waste from cradle to grave. Under RCRA, hazardous waste generators are the first link in the cradle-to-grave hazardous waste management system. This Module covers RCRA Regulations relating to Generators, Containers, and Hazardous Waste Management Plan (HWMP). The goal of HWMP is to handle hazardous waste in a safe, efficient, and environmentally sound manner and to comply with RCRA regulations."
Price: 99


Annual Compliance Meeting Introduction to Research Analysts - Rule 2711 and Professional Responsibility
Annual Compliance
Price: 25
This course outlines the responsibilities of research analysts and the ethics they must abide by to be in compliance and to become successful in this field.
Price: 25


Fire Protection and Life Safety Fire Safety (C)
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The discovery of fire was one of the remarkable milestones in the evolution of mankind. Our ancestors found fire to be a source of heat, food preparation, weapon manufacture and protection from wild animals. In course of time, they also discovered that fire was equally destructive. It could burn down anything in its way indiscriminately. Since that revelation, mankind has continually been looking for new and more efficient ways to keep fire from being destructive.

Preventing fires has always been a concern. Be it the simple addition of a water container by the fire pit or the development of scientific detectors that monitor air temperature and structure, the quest to keep fire at bay continues. Despite the advances in technology, the best way to prevent a fire is to put trained people on the task. It is a key component of any security function or operation. We need to know what we are up against and that is what this course aims to address.

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Price: 20
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This course has been designed to deliver firsthand information about fires and fire protection measures. After completing this course, you will be able to identify different types of fires and how safety measures can be taken to avoid a disastrous situation. We will also discuss the different types of fire extinguishers in use and discover how careful planning and precautionary measures can be taken to save lives and property.This course is intended for the general audience. For more information, please contact your local fire department and consult your fire safety and security maintenance supervisor.

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Price: 20


"DO NOT USE - 2010 Annual Compliance Meeting for Leigh Baldwin & Co., LLC" The Loan - An Overview

Annual Compliance


Price: 1
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This course provides the student with an overview of the home loan process. Students will learn how to fill out a loan application and what information lenders require. Elements of conventional financing, loan-to-value ratios, and private mortgage insurance will be discussed. Then students will explore commercial loan products, construction loans, special purpose loans, and the loan needs of farmers and ranchers. The course also examines various kinds of alternative financing, adjustable rate mortgages, FHA and VA loans, purchase money mortgages, wrap-around financing, land contracts, lease/option plans, and other types of creative financing.

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Price: 60


Compliance Issues for Investment Bankers (Interactive) Struck-By and Caught-In Between Hazard Recognition Training
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This course introduces the unique compliance challenges faced by broker/dealers in the investment banking industry. Specifically, this course covers the Securities Act of 1933, registration requirements, and FINRA rules. You will also learn about the components of a supervisory system and the importance of record keeping, among other things.

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Price: 25
"The construction industry is inherently plagued by struck–by and caught–in–between hazards. Statistics show that these two types of occupational hazards are among the four leading causes of construction–related fatalities and injuries. Aside from being part of the ""Fatal Four"" in construction work, it's no surprise that struck–by and caught–in–between hazards are also associated with the most frequently cited violations in the industry. That's why the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) strongly recommends hazard recognition training for construction workers and personnel.

At 360training.com, you can complete your Struck–by and Caught–in–Between Hazard Recognition Training in just a matter of clicks!"

Price: 20


Bloodborne Pathogens (GI) Recordkeeping & Reporting OSHA Requirements
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This training course is designed to provide a basic understanding of bloodborne pathogens, common modes of their transmission, methods of prevention, and other pertinent information. Through this course, students will able to meet the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA's) Bloodborne Pathogen Standard.

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Price: 10
"This course is designed to assist employers in identifying and fulfilling their responsibilities for posting certain records, maintaining records of illnesses and injuries, and reporting specific cases to OSHA. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to identify the OSHA requirements for recordkeeping."
Price: 20


Bad Loans - Predatory and Fraud Ethics for Financial Professionals (Interactive)
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Bad Loans will delve into predatory lending practices and common mortgage fraud schemes. Students will learn to identify and avoid predatory lenders' and fraud perpetrators' tactics. The course examines the lines on mortgage forms, good faith estimates, fees, discounts, prepayment penalties, and how these items are used by predatory lenders. This course also features valuable information about dealing with issues such as late charges, tax reserves, property insurance, foreclosures, and note modification. Then students will explore popular mortgage fraud schemes and examples from real cases. Fraud tools such as flipping, straw sellers and buyers, ?�?�?�No Doc?�?�??? loans, silent second mortgages, and false money will also be discussed.

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Price: 30
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This course covers the basic concept of ethics with a detailed definition and what it entails. We will discuss the role of ethics in our personal as well as professional lives and the challenges faced. We will also discuss the core ethical values and how rationalization is used as a common tool. Finally, we will talk about the framework of ethical decision-making and conclude with a brief discourse on ethics and conflict of interests.

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Price: 25


Ethics of Sustainability 7515 - Transmission Operations 101


Price: 40
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As a transmission grid system operator you are expected to make assessments and to comprehend the status and analog data for which electrical calculations are essential. While our SCADA and EMS applications provide most of the data, it is important to understand how basic electrical quantities are derived. Given that conditions vary, it is important to grasp the implications of differing data sets and contingencies. For instance, a trainee will be expected to identify how ACE impacts a controlled response given AGC generation and BA interconnectivity, and how high voltage and reactive control may affect system reliability. The trainee must be able to list the components that generate negative and positive reactive power, master best choice responses to various conditional situations, and demonstrate how to respond to overloaded systems.

If you are taking this course for NERC credit, the following credits will be reported.

CE HOURS = 2.00 OPS TOPICS=2.00 STANDARDS=1.00 SIMULATION=1.00 EO=0.00

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Price: 65


Annuities FINRA and Back Office Functions (Interactive)
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This course introduces the topic of annuities. Annuities are insurance products that rely on mortality and investment experience to protect against the loss of income. They differ from life insurance because life insurance is designed for the protection of an individual's family or estate after their death, whereas annuities are designed to protect investors against outliving their income and superannuation. Annuities have the basic function of systematically liquidating specific sums of money over a specified period of time. In this course we will learn about different types of annuities, the benefits of each kind, and the many rules associated with their liquidation.

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Price: 25


Price: 25


Real Estate Math "Supervisory Controls and Procedures under NASD Rules 3010, 3012 and FINRA Rule 3130 (Interactive)"
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Real estate mathematics can be very daunting and confusing. However, by beginning with a review of basic math skills and reinforcing what is already known, students will soon learn to apply real estate terminology and specific formulas to problems and tasks common in the real estate industry such as area and volume calculation, the Rectangular Survey System, the Metes and Bounds System, proration, commission rates, and property values. This course will help students develop the skills to complete a review of settlement costs and explain this information to clients.

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Price: 60
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This course introduces the concepts of supervisory controls and procedures. As with most regulatory agencies, FINRA and the SEC try to learn and grown from bad experiences. In recent years, a single name has become notorious, recognizable by virtually every registered representative and supervisor in the securities industry. That name is Gruttadauria. In this course we will learn about Gruttadauria and how this person's actions forever changed the securities industry's approach to supervisory controls and procedures.

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Price: 25


Advertising - Financial Professionals (Interactive) 7519 - Bulk Electric System Restoration I
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This course introduces the concept of advertising, including the various forms of advertising, the products being advertised, and the regulations and rules in place to ensure that advertisements do not threaten or harm the public.

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Price: 25
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This course focuses on bulk electric system (BES) and individual system restoration following significant breakup, islanding, or blackout. The trainee will demonstrate fundamental decision-making skills and the capacity to respond to situational exercises pertaining to these electric systems. This will include explanation of how extremely abnormal system conditions may affect indications, equipment, and the reclosing of tripped CBs. As well as demonstrating how to recover and re-synchronize an islanded system, showing how to sectionalize, prepare express transmission paths, and rebuild a blacked-out system, and explaining key steps for preparing and executing system restoration tasks. Trainees must also demonstrate response readiness in emergency situations.

If you are taking this course for NERC credit, the following credits will be reported.

CE HOURS = 2.00
OPS TOPICS=2.00
STANDARDS=1.00
SIMULATION=1.00
EO=0.00

""360training.com, Inc. has met the standards and requirements of the Registered Continuing Education Program. Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to RCEP. A certificate of completion will be issued to each participant. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by NCEES or RCEP.""

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Price: 65


Social Media in a Business Environment (Interactive) "Brokerage, Mutual Fund and Variable Product Sales Practices"


Price: 25
"This course covers the following: Rules governing sales practices and a practical look at how to best supervise a sales staff. Topics also covered: Ethics and Suitability of the daily sales activities of registered representatives. FINRA Specific Rules Covered: 3012, 3013, 3010, 3110, and 2510."
Price: 25


The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Interactive) Qualifying Buyer and Property
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This course will examine the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act ("Dodd-Frank", or the "Act") with an emphasis on those provisions of most immediate impact on thae securities business. For presentation purposes, the course is divided into two lessons:
Lesson 1 - Overview of Dodd-Frank
Lesson 2 - Dodd-Frank Impact on the Securities Industry

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Price: 25
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This course explores the roles and practices of underwriters and appraisers as they qualify borrowers and properties for loans. Other requirements for loans, leases, and titles will also be discussed. The student will examine loan settlement procedures, the role of the Truth-in-Lending Act, and the effects of the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Price: 30


The Loan - An Overview Anti-Money Laundering: General (Interactive)
"This course provides the student with an overview of the home loan process. Students will learn how to fill out a loan application and what information lenders require. Elements of conventional financing, loan-to-value ratios, and private mortgage insurance will be discussed. Then students will explore commercial loan products, construction loans, special purpose loans, and the loan needs of farmers and ranchers. The course also examines various kinds of alternative financing, adjustable rate mortgages, FHA and VA loans, purchase money mortgages, wrap-around financing, land contracts, lease/option plans, and other types of creative financing."
Price: 60
"This course will cover general money laundering terms and why money laundering is a threat. In addition, this course will cover the various anti-money laundering laws including the USA Patriot Act, the Money Laundering Control Act of 1986 and the Bank Secrecy Act."
Price: 25


Ohio Annuity Suitability - (Meets State Annuity Requirement) Introduction to TRACE (Interactive)
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This course introduces a specialized area of annuities, with extra attention being given
to the various types of annuities, including fixed, variable, and indexed. You will also
learn about the issues that surround the sale of annuities depending on the state they're
being purchased in. Lastly, this course also highlights distribution opportunities and tax
consequences for withdrawals.

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Price: 20
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This course will introduce you to TRACE - the Transaction Reporting and Compliance Engine for the gathering and dissemination of market data in the bond market. For purposes of presentation, the material is divided into two lessons:
- Lesson One - Background and History of TRACE
- Lesson Two - Policy Objectives, Key Provisions of TRACE, Mechanics of TRACE

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Price: 25


Municipal Securities: Sales Practices and Supervisory Requirements (Interactive) Introduction to Employee Relocation

This course will examine the regulatory issues affecting (i) sales practices of securities firms and registered representatives in the sale of municipal securities and (ii) the supervisory requirements applicable to securities firms regarding the sale of municipal securities.

This presentation will be divided into two lessons:
Lesson 1 - Municipal Securities Sales Practices
Lesson 2 - Supervision of Municipal Securities Sales

Upon completing this course the student should have a good understanding of the regulatory framework affecting the activities and responsibilities of firms and registered representatives involved in the sale of municipal securities.


Price: 25
"The goal of this course is to provide licensees with an understanding of various relocation service requirements. Providing relocation services involves working simultaneously for two different clients with two distinctively different service requirements, some of which overlap. This course explores corporate relocation policies, tax issues, relocation management companies and the services they provide, home sale programs, corporate listings, RMC guidelines, and Worldwide ERC."
Price: 30


Protecting Senior Investors (Interactive) Options Communications Rules (Interactive)
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This course will discuss initiatives by securities regulators to protect senior investors. The course is divided into two lessons:
Lesson 1: Defining the Problem, The 2006 and 2007 Senior Summits, and FINRA Regulatory Notice 07-43
Lesson 2: 2008 Senior Summit, Best Practices, and Enforcement

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Price: 25
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This course will discuss the regulation of options communications by securities broker-dealers. For presentation purposes, it is divided into two lessons:
Lesson 1 - Basic Options Terms and the Options Disclosure Document
Lesson 2 - Options Communications Rules

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Price: 25


"Work Smarter, Not Harder" Environmental Basics
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Setting goals and eliminating barriers to success is just the beginning of the transformation from eking out a living to a lucrative business. Licensees are presented with key models and systems that will assist in increasing their business growth exponentially. Students will gain an understanding of the fundamental principles of a real estate business, measuring performance quantitatively, mastering four key models that will allow them to operate at a higher level of success and continuing to grow and expand one's real estate business without artificial limits.

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Price: 60
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Identifying environmental hazards and how they affect the real estate industry is the basic goal of this course, including environmental factors that may require a disclosure statement. Other topics covered are air quality, radon, asbestos, urea formaldehyde foam insulation, mold, ground water, smart growth, and green housing. Students will learn about the major health effects and remedies of these substances, as well as ways of preventing or eliminating biological pollutants.

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Price: 60


Energy Resources Anti-Money Laundering: Advanced (Interactive)
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This course is one in a series of Human Ecology courses. Thousands of times every day, real estate licensees influence the choices people make about the homes, neighborhoods, and the communities in which they live. Licensees who take particular care to acknowledge when homes are efficient and well-built, the neighborhoods livable, and the communities sustainable, are helping make such desirable properties more available and more valuable. Topics covered include the concept of energy and humanity's reliance on it, the use of energy in different sectors, global warming; global oil depletion, approaches to a more sustainable future, and how the real estate profession can address the challenges of a future with substantially more costly energy.

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Price: 30
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While money laundering has been a matter of concern for law enforcement and tax authorities for generations, the priority of stopping those who seek to conceal and launder funds took on a new imperative with the events of 9/11. With this eye opening day's events, it became apparent that "following the money" was one way of detecting and, hopefully, forestalling such events.

With each passing year, with each transgression detected, new schemes are uncovered and new procedures initiated to detect current paths of concealment. As a result, the area of anti-money laundering is a very fluid regulatory concern covering a broad array of domestic industries. AML does not just affect the broker/dealer and securities industry, but also the banking, credit, life insurance, and even money sending industries. Each industry has its own unique set of problems that must be addressed. Each industry must devote substantial time and money to address the ever-changing regulatory requirements.

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Price: 25


Anti-Money Laundering for Financial Professionals (Interactive) Advanced Supervision (Interactive)
Financial institutions are at the forefront of the battle against the money launderers. It is not only their institutions that the money launderers target to use in their various nefarious schemes but under current legislation they are responsible for policing the financial dealings and reporting any suspicious transactions.
Price: 25

This course provides context regarding principal registration under rules 1021 and 1022 and the role of the Chief Compliance officer in a member firm.


Price: 25


Suitability (Interactive) Ethics in Institutional Sales (Interactive)
"This course introduces the concept of suitability, which requires a representative to know their customers. In particular, the representative must know the customers' financial goals, timing, and experience. In this course you will learn how 'knowing' your customer will help you make better recommendations and offer more appropriate financial guidance."
Price: 25
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This course provides the student with an understanding of regulatory and firm-based requirements for ethical dealings between institutional clients, their registered representatives, and their broker/dealer.

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Price: 25


Anti-Money Laundering: Institutional Issues (Interactive) Cranes and Rigging (C)

This course will discuss anti-money laundering ("AML") regulation in the securities and will focus of several significant institutional issues in connection with that regulation.
The presentation will be divided into two lessons:
Lesson 1 - Regulatory Framework and the AML Compliance Program
Lesson 2 - Selected Institutional Issues:

  • Customer Information Programs
  • Clearing and Correspondent Relationships
  • Due Diligence Requirements

Upon completing this course the student should have a good understanding of the structure of AML regulation in the securities industry and an awareness of some specific issues currently facing securities firms in meeting their AML obligations.


Price: 25
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This course is intended for workers who want to learn more about cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators, and/or conveyors. Topics include cranes and derricks, helicopters, base-mounted drum hoists, overhead hoists, conveyors, and aerial lifts.

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Price: 20


Excavation Safety (C) Hazardous Substances & Industrial Hygiene (GI)
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Cave-ins are considered the most dangerous trench and excavation hazard. In addition, other potentially fatal hazards also exist in excavations, such as asphyxiation due to lack of oxygen in a confined space, inhalation of toxic fumes, drowning, falls, water accumulation, etc. The OSHA standards intend to protect workers in trenches and excavations. This course gives you a basic understanding of how to work safely in excavations and what important points are required to consider when working in an excavation.

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Price: 20
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This course will introduce the contents of 29 CFR 1910 Subpart Z, which deals with toxic and hazardous substances.This module will focus on the aspects of Subpart Z, which deal with keeping hazardous chemicals and materials from negatively affecting your health. This includes the use of personal protective equipment, decontamination procedures in the event of exposure to hazardous materials, and the procedures in place for conducting first aid and recording an incident of exposure in the workplace.

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Price: 20


Personal Protective Equipment (GI) Walking & Working Surfaces (GI)
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It is the employers responsibility to assess the workplace hazards, and if they are present or are likely to be present, and work practice controls alone are not sufficient, then the employer must provide personal protective equipment to the exposed employees. This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHAs role in prevention and elimination of work-related casualties and fatalities, which can be protected through proper personal protective equipment (PPE).

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Price: 20

This course alerts participants to the hazards of walking and working surfaces and provides information about workplace action needed to eliminate or control these hazards.


Price: 20


Materials Handling & Storage (GI) Legal Transcription
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This course introduces the hazards that are involved in the handling and storage of materials. Different methods of handling and storage are discussed, the hazards they pose to workers and the methods by which these hazards can be reduced or eliminated from the workplace.

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Price: 20
Legal transcriptionists transcribe legal dictation creating legal documents for attorneys and other entities.
Price: 1895


Driver Safety Course for Large Trucks & Buses Driver Safety Course for Large Trucks & Buses
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This course is made for drivers to improve their driving skills and learn something new about how large Trucks and Buses can interact on our roadways. The course is specifically designed for professional drivers of large commercial vehicles. Topics covered include Space Management, Passing and Lane Changing, Drug and Alcohol Effects on Traffic Safety, Trip Inspections, and more. This program will help professionals improve their skills and enhance their training to make them sharper, more aware drivers.

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Price: 160
"This course is made for drivers to improve their driving skills and learn something new about how large Trucks and Buses can interact on our roadways. The course is specifically designed for professional drivers of large commercial vehicles. Topics covered include Space Management, Passing and Lane Changing, Drug and Alcohol Effects on Traffic Safety, Trip Inspections, and more. This program will help professionals improve their skills and enhance their training to make them sharper, more aware drivers."
Price: 160


AL RECAD Community Ethics
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The purpose of the Alabama Real Estate Consumers and Agency Disclosure Act is to address buyers' confusion about agency representation. This course clarifies the duties of brokers and licensees, the differences between a client and a customer, required disclosures, and agency representation. Students will also learn about the Minimum Services Law. RECAD is put to the test of everyday situations through a series of questions and answers

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Price: 30
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Despite limited resources and the potential for violent conflict, nature evolved powerful strategies that resulted in a progression of increasingly complex and productive communities. Those principles, applied to the real estate industry, mandate a system of ethics that results in greater and more sustained professional productivity and significantly improves quality of life in our work environment, homes and communities. This course is designed to inform practicing and prospective real estate professionals about the tested and proven ethical strategies, applied to the real estate professional community, that make communities increasingly industrious and fruitful. This course also helps students understand 'productivity' in a human community, as well as the principle to advance and sustain such productiveness. These strategies lead to a system of ethical principles that will improve the quality and prolificacy of one's professional practice and personal life.

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Price: 30


   
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