The “Caught in the Crossfire” class is being held one more time because of the number of people unable to attend the last class. Please read this entire message. It contains important information.
** FREE COURSE
** “Caught in the Crossfire”**
** ** A Home Inspector's Guide to Conflict Avoidance and Resolution ** By George Wells, BSEE, MBA, CMI
MSI International, Inc.
**Tues****day 20 May 2008, 8:00 pm, EDT
**(7:00 pm CDT, 6:00 pm MDT, 5:00 pm PDT)
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Approved for 2 Continuing Education Hours:
InterNACHI, CMI and NAAAI Advance registration required
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“Caught in the Crossfire” refers to situations in which a home inspector gets caught in the middle between other parties to the real estate transaction or situations in which an inspector becomes involved in a conflict with another person.
Conflict avoidance and resolution requires skills that must be learned, developed, and continuously refined. Enrollment in the course includes an electronic copy of the book “Caught in the Crossfire - A Home Inspector’s Guide to Conflict Avoidance and Resolution” by George Wells, MBA, CMI.
George Wells, author of the 1992 book “Conflict and Labor Unions” has been involved in conflict resolution for more than 25 years. He spent five years as a union representative and head of a collective bargaining team. George has more than 20 years experience as a business owner, business consultant and engineering manager.
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Continuing Education Hours
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Some of you are members of organizations other than the four sponsoring organizations. We will have your records so your organizations may give you credit for the course. One of the reasons for tightening up the registration and auditing is to ensure the quality and integrity of the classes. I am hopeful that other organizations will recognize our efforts and yours and allow you to use the credits.
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