|Service Dogs, ADA and the Fair Housing Act||3.00|
|Special responsibilities and etiquettes apply when your client uses a service dog.|
This course will help you understand your role and responsibilities as an agent for a disabled client with a service dog. In the course you will discover common ways that service dogs assist their owners. For example, some service dogs are mobility dogs for the physically disabled. There are also dogs that assist with medical-related disabilities, such as neurological, developmental, psychiatric, and diabetic disabilities.
Service dogs come from just about any breed you can imagine, depending on what job they perform. Larger dogs are used to pull wheel chairs, while smaller dogs might be more convenient for medical alert purposes. It all depends on the specific needs of the person with a disability.
3 Elective Hours
According to North Dakota License Law, Chapter 70-02-04-14, “The commission will allow a maximum of eight hours of accreditation per day.”
According to North Dakota License Law, Chapter 70-02-04-22, you must complete a “distance education course within one year of the date of enrollment.”
Visit the North Dakota Real Estate Commission website for more information about continuing education requirements.