Afghanistan-based soldier joins new coaching system

Afghanistan-based soldier joins new coaching system

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Online real estate training has gained further traction with the launch of a new cloud-based training platform.

Pittard, which provides training for real estate principals and sales agents, has moved its training material to online service iTrain.

“Our team can now stream the latest training material anywhere, on any platform, whether at home, at the office, in their cars or on the beach,” said Gary Pittard, managing director of Pittard and founder of iTrain.

“In fact, we have an office in Townsville that is training a recruit who’s on active duty in Afghanistan.”

According to Mr Pittard, “Winners Circle” and “Leaders Circle” members will gain access to the iTrain service for free as part of their membership.

iTrain programs include sales training, agency profit systems, marketing collateral and leadership training.

Numerous real estate groups now offer online-based training. Earlier this month The Professionals shifted some of their training online, launching a live-streamed video training initiative targeted at its regional offices.

[Related: Agent undertraining a disaster waiting to happen]

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