Upcoming Commercial Continuing Education Opportunities

Brownfield Workshop Series: Practical Workshop for the Redevelopment in the Region of Waterloo – April 13, 2011.


The goal of the series is to build capacity by identifying local issues, connecting stakeholders, and highlighting new approaches, solutions, and ideas for Brownfield redevelopment. Online registration, and a list of all dates andlocations can be found at

SIOR’s Annual Spring Election Day – April 19, 2011.

SIOR’s Annual Spring Election Day is taking place at the Toronto Real Estate Board and offers six RECO credits for full day attendance.  Register online at SIOR Canada.

CCIM April Breakfast Seminar – April 28, 2011.

The Central Canada CCIM Chapter will be hosting an April Breakfast Seminar at the TREB auditorium in North York. Informational seminars will be offered in collaboration with Greg Walters from RBC Royal Bank, and Canadian and U.S. Attorneys from Altro & Associates.  The consultant panel will cover purchase opportunities for investment, tax and estate issues, and more.  For more information and to register, go to the CCIM registration page.

12th Annual Canadian Brownfields Conference – October 3-4, 2011.

The program will feature the most up-to-date information on the regulations, trends, and best practices that are driving Brownfield re-development across the country.  The always-popular Brownfields Marketplace will showcase exhibitors from across Canada.  This year’s conference will be at a new venue, the Allstream Centre at Exhibition Place, Toronto.  The details about early-bird registration will be posted on the Canadian Urban institute website.

CI 103 – User Decision Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate will be offered in Toronto from May 9-14, 2011.

CI 103 covers key occupancy decision-making skills that optimize space decisions, such as comparative lease analysis, lease versus purchase analysis, lease buyout analysis, and sale-leaseback analysis.  Students will learn how financial reporting requirements for real estate influence user decisions, and will apply the CCIM Communications/Negotiations Model to maximize user outcomes. For more information and to register, go to the CCIM registration page.

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