SERVSAFE® CERTIFICATION WSERV 0001 C01 & C02
This course fulfills the Educational and Testing requirements of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia and other regional County Health Departments for Foodservice staff and manager sanitation certification.
SERVSAFE® RECERTIFICATION OSERV 0051 C01 & C50
This course fulfills the NEW TESTING requirements of Bucks, Montgomery, and other regional Health Departments for Foodservice staff and manager recertification. Course includes 5 hours of review and updates before the REQUIRED included test.
Chinese Language, Betty L. Tsai
English Language, Martin Goldman
NOTARY TRAINING WSBEN 0130 C01-C04
Learn the powers, duties and obligations of a Notary, how to become a Notary in Pennsylvania, how to identify clients and keep accurate records. This basic 3-hour course satisfies the requirement for new applicants and renewals. Ronald Long, Esq.
*Dr. Long is a Bucks County Community College faculty member recognized in the 13th Edition of Dearborn Publishing Companies, "Modern Real Estate Practice in Pennsylvania". He is a Real Estate Attorney, Real Estate Professor, Real Estate Broker and a Certified Real Estate Instructor for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
NOTARY SIGNING AGENT TRAINING WSBEN 0131 C01 - C03
Notary Signing Agents are currently-commissioned Notaries Public with specialized training to assist in the closing of real estate transactions. Learn how the loan and escrow processes work, what lenders and borrowers expect from a signing agent, and the step-by-step procedures for executing loan documents.
Prerequisite: You must already be a Notary.
An enrolled agent (EA) is a federally-authorized tax practitioner who has technical expertise in the field of taxation and who is empowered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels - examination, collection, and appeals - of the Internal Revenue Service. In addition to taxpayer representation, enrolled agents often provide tax consultation services and prepare a wide range of federal and state tax returns. Unlike CPAs and tax attorneys, Enrolled Agents are tested directly by the IRS, and enrolled agents focus exclusively on tax accounting.
Enrolled Agents are needed in small and large public accounting firms, law firms, corporate accounting departments, state departments of revenue, investment firms, banks and in private practice. Enrolled Agents hold a federal license and have an unrestricted right to represent any taxpayer in any state. There are no prior educational or professional experience prerequisites for this course. The course has been designed to help participants learn about various aspects of the Internal Revenue Code, tax preparation/representation and prepare for the Enrolled Agent Exam.
ENROLLED AGENT Part I – Individuals (8 weeks) ATEST 1559 C30
Preliminary Work and Filing Requirements
Income and Assets
Deductions and Credits
Taxation and Advice
Specialized Returns for Individuals
ENROLLED AGENT Part II – Businesses (10 weeks) ATEST 1560 C30
Business Financial Information
Sales, Credits and SE Tax
Specialized Returns for Businesses
ENROLLED AGENT Part III – Representation (4 weeks) ATEST 1561 C30
Practice and Procedures
Representation Before the IRS
Specific Types of Representation
Completion of the Filing Process
Register for all 3 parts at the same time and pay a total discounted tuition of $2,179 (all texts and materials included). A savings of over $350.
REAL ESTATE FINANCING REALE 4003 C01
Students will learn the commonly used real estate financing instruments as well as the basic structures of real estate financial institutions and their policies. Topics include sources of funds, form and use of financing instruments, and the role of the government in the mortgage field. This course will also, satisfy 15 hours towards the mandatory 240 hours educational requirement necessary to sit for the Pennsylvania Real Estate Brokers License examination.
REAL ESTATE LAW REALE 4004 C01 & C02
Students will learn the basic legal concepts needed by persons involved in real estate practice. Included are the nature and importance of deeds, agreements of sale, leases, judgments, liens, and other encumbrances on title, title insurance, and closing procedures. This course will also, satisfy 15 hours towards the mandatory 240 hours educational requirement necessary to sit for the Pennsylvania Real Estate Brokers License examination.
REAL ESTATE (GENERAL MODULE 1) REALE 4000 C01
The purpose of this course is to provide recently licensed standard salespersons with a high level of knowledge and understanding regarding key areas of real estate practice. Content areas introduced in prelicense coursework will be further developed, amplified and reinforced. Material presented will enable the salesperson to “bridge” from their pre-license experience to a high level or real world professional practice. This (7 hour) module explores the: Duties of Licensees, Closing Costs, Agreement of Sale, Addenda and Special Clauses, Title Reports, Zoning, Agency Relationships and Representation Agreements and Environmental Concerns.
REAL ESTATE (RESIDENTIAL MODULE 3) REALE 4002 C01
The purpose of this course is to provide recently licensed standard salespersons with a high level of knowledge and understanding regarding key areas of real estate practice. Content areas introduced in prelicense coursework will be further developed, amplified and reinforced. Material presented will enable the salesperson to “bridge” from their pre-license experience to a high level or real world professional practice. This (7 hour) module explores the: Uniform Construction Code and Zoning, Environmental Issues, Types of Construction, Land Development, Home Inspections and Home Warranties, Mortgage Information, Fair Housing, Agreements of Sale, Case studies from Real Estate and Disciplinary Actions.Newtown Campus