NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION
There are two training requirements for new REALTOR® members of the Paulding Board of REALTORS®.
These training courses must be completed within the first six months of membership.
These two classes must be completed separately.
- Paulding of REALTORS® Local Orientation
This program is approximately 90 minutes in length and is offered quarterly. Check below for upcoming Orientations being held.
- New Member Code of Ethics Training Online
This program can be completed online or in-class.
- The online program offered through NAR can be accessed by clicking here. Login information for the NAR website: Upon applying for membership, you were assigned a National REALTOR Database System ID. This is commonly referred to as your NRDS ID. You will need this in order to create an account and register for the online course. Please note that this option does not provide you with continuing education credit.
- In-class programs are approximately 3 hours in length and do provide you with CE credit in addition to fulfilling the new membership responsibilities. Courses are offered in this area through the Georgia Association of REALTORS®. Click here to search.
Already a REALTOR®?
If you are currently a member of another REALTOR® Association or have held membership in the past with the Paulding Board of REALTORS® and you have already completed your new member training requirements, then you would not be required to complete this training again. Proof of your New Member Code of Ethics and Orientation completion must be submitted to bypass attendance at either of these training sessions with PBOR. Proof may be emailed directly to the Membership Department, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 770.866.1397.
Local Orientation Program
This New Member orientation session is required for new REALTOR® members and serves as an introduction to the Paulding Board of REALTORS®. This 1.5-hour class covers key membership benefits and useful resources! Additionally, all new Paulding Board of REALTORS® members must also complete a qualified New Member Code of Ethics course within the first 6 months of joining the Board.