CBRE execs receive corporate real estate honor.
Seven CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) professionals completed the program of study for CoreNet Global's Senior Leader of Corporate Real Estate (SLCR)--a certificate program of specialized competence in the corporate real estate profession.
Three professionals completed the program of study for CoreNet GIobal's Master of Corporate Real Estate (MCR)--a designation program of specialized competence in the corporate real estate profession.
Chris Adams, Ralph Gilbertson, Robert Duncan, Brian Lee, Jerry Mason, Bruce McConnell and Randy Merrill of CBRE received the SLCR--Senior Leader of Corporate Real Estate. Brian Knowles, Clark McLeod and Shelley Harding of CBRE received the MCR--Master of Corporate Real Estate. Both programs are highly respected in the commercial real estate industry.
There were 66 international graduates in the SLCR certificate program and 69 international graduates in the MCR Class of 2003.
"The new SLCR program is focused on the development of essential leadership skills for those positioning themselves for a greater role in their organization," said Becky Hallden, CoreNet Global's Curriculum and Faculty Development Director. "The MCR designation proves your expertise within the field of corporate real estate and creates an elite core of respected leaders who can be called upon to act as advisors to and ambassadors for CoreNet Global."
"CB Richard Ellis is dedicated to innovation and continuing education," said Steve Swerdlow, President of CB Richard Ellis Global Corporate Services. "Both the SLCR and MCR are designed to broaden business perspective, achieve a higher level of industry knowledge and expand leadership abilities, making CBRE management some of the best within the industry."
CB Richard Ellis is deeply committed to professional development. Through its newly-named Edward S. Gordon University, which honors the commitment to continual self-improvement advocated by its namesake and industry innovator, CBRE strives to provide professional development as well as cultivate and nurture a learning environment. Graduates of the University are recognized as Gordon Scholars.
The SLCR program was established in 2002 by CoreNet Global, which is the largest worldwide organization devoted to the professional education of corporate real estate professionals. To earn the SLCR certificate, professionals must complete 80 hours of coursework, pass assessments following each seminar and receive a passing grade of 80%.
The MCR program was established in 1982 and is the professional designation of CoreNet Global. To receive the designation, professionals must complete at least 128 hours of coursework, pass assessments following each seminar and receive a passing grade of 80%. Each designee will further their education through continuing professional development which must be renewed every three years.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Jan 21, 2004|
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