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Workforce Development Division offers New Real Estate Finance Online Course

The Workforce Development Division is proud to announce a new and exclusive online web series, Mortgage Banking Bound, presented by Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), the national association which represents the entire real estate finance industry. Mortgage Banking Bound is designed to complement a student’s current coursework at NOVA and provide access to the world of the real estate finance industry and the possible career opportunities it presents.

Students interested in participating in Mortgage Banking Bound will gain knowledge of mortgage lending by industry experts, have access to MBA member-only benefits, networking opportunities with MBA’s leading member companies and professionals as well as explore industry careers. Upon completing the Mortgage Banking Bound curriculum, individuals will receive a certificate of completion presented by the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) as well as an MBA Student membership.

Enroll today and explore the opportunities Mortgage Banking Bound has to offer! For course and enrollment information, visit www.mortgagebankingbound.com or call (800) 793-6222 (option 2). Classes begin April 7, 2015.

New Online Course Offerings

Ed2go Online Courses are back! Update your skills, discover a new talent, or chart a career path at your own pace and at your own convenience with our instructor-led online courses. Each course runs for six weeks and consists of 12 lessons. The lessons are supplemented by interactive quizzes, assignments, tutorials, and online discussion areas. All lessons are available over the World Wide Web. Read your lessons and ask questions of your instructor at times that are most convenient to you.

Next month’s courses start on July 16, 2014. Visit our website below for current listings, and call 703-323-3168 for assistance.


New HYBRID Course “Writing and Reading for the TOEFL”

The Workforce Development Division offers ESLA 1945-03 Writing and Reading for the TOEFL as a hybrid course. Students will meet in person once a week for 2.5 hours and complete the other half of the course online.  This course will prepare students to write an essay on a given topic within a set time period and to write a summary or a response to a reading and a listening passage. Strategies for doing well on timed writing tests will be covered, including developing an outline and a thesis, time management, and essay revision. The course will also cover several other aspects of writing, such as advanced grammar and vocabulary, proper use of transitions, and complex sentence structure. This class would be helpful for any high-intermediate to advanced students looking to improve their writing.

For more information or to register please email us at AN-ACLI@nvcc.edu or call us at 703-323-3323.