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|08/24/2020||Carolina Auction Academy||M TH||12||$180.00|
|Section Name MKT-309301-300|
Comments: We are one of only 3 schools in NC accredited by NC Auctioneer Licensing Board to offer this training. This course prepares you to take the state exam and become a licensed auctioneer within NC. In addition it is a great class to learn more about specialty areas in the auction industry- such as on-line auctions, benefit auctions, simulcast auction. Support staff such as clerk, registration, set up specialist, marketing etc. A student led auction and a final exam are a part of this course. Auctions have been around since 500 AD and while changing they continue to be a great method of marketing. You must be 18 years old and have a HS diploma or GED to become licensed. Paperwork documenting completion of this course and application must be received at NCALB by Nov. 16 th to take the Dec. exam. For more information call Betty O'Neal 704-991-0200 email email@example.com Check out CAA.edu on Facebook to see other information
Instructors: Broadwell, Brown, Tarlton, O'Neal, O'Neal, Detweiler
Location: Crutchfield Campus
The auction method of marketing is a time-tested way to help goods change hands. Auctioneers in the United States as well as foreign countries are selling everything—commercial and residential real estate, collector cars, fine art, jewelry, household items, antiques—you name it, and it can be sold at auction.
Become a professional auctioneer through the Carolina Auction Academy. The academy is approved by NCALB—North Carolina Auctioneer Licensing Board and South Carolina Auctioneer Commission and is committed to providing you with professional instructors and a variety of opportunities to prepare you to take the state exam and enter the auction profession.
Approved by NC Auctioneer Licensing Board and SC Auctioneer Commission
Approved by the National Auctioneer Association
Telephone: (704) 991-0200 * Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration costs are subject to change based on community college funding regulations and requirements.