GIT Georgia Instructor Training

20 Mar

GIT Georgia Instructor Training

GIT Georgia Instructor Training

Wednesday, March 20, 2024 (9:00 AM) to Friday, March 22, 2024 (4:00 PM)
12 RE / 7 Appraisal CE Hours
GAR Headquarters, Atlanta, Georgia

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The Georgia Instructor Training (GIT) is a program designed specifically for Georgia Pre-License Instructors. The three-day training is offered by the Georgia Real Estate Commission (GREC) to comply with Rule 520-3-.04(1). Pre-license Instructor Candidates are required to attend all three days of the program prior to being approved by GREC as a Pre-License Instructor. 
Prelicense Instructors are required to attend the GIT prior to being approved by GREC as a prelicense instructor.

Attendance on Day One and Day Two of the GIT is approved for 12 hours of real estate CE credit and 7 hours of appraisal CE credit.
On Day Three all candidates will be required to develop and present a 15-minute PowerPoint presentation on an assigned pre-license topic. Presentations will be evaluated based on preparation, knowledge of subject, engagement of learning experience, communication skills, and materials used. 

Tuition includes GIT Candidate Manual, and morning/afternoon snacks. There is a one-hour lunch break. Lunch is on your own. Participates must bring a tablet or computer to class.

Class size is limited to 28 students. 

For the course description, go to

For specific details about who needs to obtain an Instructor License and on becoming a Pre-License Instructor:

- Go to the GREC website (click here -
- Under the “Obtaining A License,” tab, select “Instructors” and then the type of instructor license.
- Click here ( link will work if you use the right mouse click and open in a new tab) for the Georgia Real Estate Commission / Georgia Real Estate Appraisers Board (GREC / GREAB) worksheet to assess your Pre-License Instructor eligibility. 

GREC contact information:

Questions: or call 678-597-4135.

Class format (In-Classroom or Livestream) is a decision of the Class Sponsor and not GAR.

GAR Headquarters
GAR Headquarters
6065 Barfield Road
Hammond / 400 Office Park
Atlanta, GA 30328

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Vickie Rogers
Vickie S. Rogers, a lifelong learner who loves to share what she knows, earned the prestigious REEA Distinguished Real Estate Instructor (DREI) designation in 2024. She was awarded the national Real Estate Educators Association (REEA) 2023 Educator of the Year and the Georgia Real Estate Educators Association (GREEA) 2022 Educator of the Year. She is a 1992 Graduate of the REALTOR® Institute. She has been a licensed broker/owner in Mississippi, Florida, and Georgia. Her passion is teaching and helping others become successful in the real estate industry. With over 30+ years of real estate experience and 25+ years of teaching Vickie’s classes are interactive and engaging. Come to learn and leave to excel

Rusty Willis
 Rusty Willis – With an impressive 29-year career in real estate, Rusty’s expertise and dedication in the industry is well documented. As both a broker-owner of an Atlanta firm and a passionate educator, he brings a wealth of transactional experience, agent development, and theoretical knowledge to the Georgia Instructor Training Program.

He has dedicated a significant part of his career to the industry’s betterment and the education and mentorship of aspiring real estate professionals. His teaching philosophy blends skill sets with practical knowledge, ensuring that students not only understand the intricacies of the real estate business but also develop the acumen and ethical grounding necessary for long-term success in the real estate business.

As the President of the Georgia Real Estate Educators Association (GREEA), he helps to shape the future of real estate education in Georgia. His efforts advocating for higher educational standards, promoting continuous learning, and fostering a network of professional development opportunities for educators and practitioners alike are grounded in his belief that when one knows better, one can do better.

Cancellations for the GIT Program can be made up to five (5) business days before the class begins. No refunds after that date.

Transfers can be made five (5) business days prior to the class start date and must be made in writing. Students may transfer to the next scheduled GIT at no charge. Students will only be eligible for one free transfer. The ability to transfer has a one-year expiration date. After the one-year expiration date, the student will need to re-register and pay the full price for the course.

To cancel your registration:

1. Log in
2. Go to "Events" and select "My Classes"
4. Select the specific class "Details" button
5. Select the "Cancel" button and follow the prompts.