Superior School of Real Estate, a real estate educator for both online and classroom learning in North Carolina, recently announced that Bill Gallagher is back to teach continuing education (CE) courses. Starting in March, Gallagher will be returning to the company as an instructor of a variety of real estate CE courses.
“While I have tried to ease into retirement this past year, I honestly just miss teaching and helping students,” said Bill Gallagher, founder of Superior School of Real Estate. “By jumping back into the world of real estate simply as an instructor, I can focus on my favorite part of the job, which is to help professionals and emerging professionals continue their learning requirements with as much interaction and enjoyment as possible.”
Superior School of Real Estate transitioned all courses last year to an online, synchronous distance-learning format to minimize risk of COVID-19 to students, staff and the community. The company continues to focus on its LiveStream courses with the instructor and students separated only by distance and not time, allowing for real-time monitoring of student participation. These courses are available across all stages of real estate education, from pre-licensing and post-licensing, to continuing education.
“We are excited to bring Bill back and share his ‘laugh and learn’ style in the digital classroom,” said Kyle Wentz, education director at Superior School of Real Estate. “His lighthearted personality and dedication to real estate will always be welcome.”
Bill Gallagher founded Superior School of Real Estate in 2005 and retired in 2020. His experience of over 36 years in the real estate industry has touched the lives of many students and professionals in North Carolina. A schedule of his upcoming continuing education courses is now available on the school’s website.
For more information, please visit www.superiorschoolnc.com.