Homosassa, Florida (PressExposure) September 02, 2009 -- Green Real Estate Education current offers certification courses for those in leading governments to become green, for those in the real estate and mortgage industries and soon contractors and their subs and they do this for under $100. Their philosophy states that the time is now to begin to educate in all sectors of the workforce. Currently, the company boasts they are meeting the demand for education at a price point all can afford. Those in the workforce who want green training is their mission and the company is committed to keeping pricing under $100 per student. Their Level One certification programs are gaining the eye of larger providers of education both in a classroom delivery and on line.
"We are talking with those who can really get our educational model into their distribution channels and through their affiliates." says Kerry Mitchell, President of Green Real Estate Education. "We are moving at warp speed to make a difference in not only a stagnant economy, but to help all to see there is hope for those who have lost their jobs and are looking for a new road to follow." Mitchell says consumers are smart and they see commercial and residential properties for sale on both sides of the road just sitting, unoccupied. Statistics are showing empty space in malls and anchor store space is not being leased and this is just one of the determining factor for economic growth measures. She says that there are practical answers that will prove to be sustainable in the years to come.
The company philosophy states that green education will generate income for all levels of lifestyle again and a key is retraining those who are out of work towards new professions using similar skills that they possess now. They offer concepts in their courses on encouraging people to get involved at all levels of government and in their community. Mitchell says, "We should all insist on establishing tax incentives to kick start the renewable energy products and systems manufacturers to hire and train the jobless. Realtors are encouraged to assist buyers and government in the purchase of land to build bio-refineries to produce specialty energy. Training includes understanding the basics on processing forest debris, wood, landfill content and animal waste to produce energy."
No one else is training on the possibilities a new green revolution can present and quite frankly, we are surprised. This would give us autonomy and freedom again. This would create jobs and put people back to work and establish new products and industry to represent in the marketplace. People could afford housing again."