Committee Charge: (According to AAR Bylaws Article VIII, Section 1)
1. To plan the education budget
2. To coordinate educational offerings
(According to AAR Policy & Procedures Manual Section 6.6) The Education Trustees shall be responsible for development of any educational offerings (continuing education or otherwise) for the three major AAR meetings each year. They shall also be responsible for review of and recommendation of speakers for these offerings.
(According to AAR Bylaws Article VIII, Section 3 - see also AAR Policy & Procedures Section 2.11) Committee Chairs and members shall have such duties as their titles indicate, and as the Board of Directors may assign. All actions of the committees relative to the Association's budget, policy and procedures documents, governmental and political affairs, and to decisions which would have long-term impact on the Association shall be subject to the approval of the Board of Directors.
Composition: (According to AAR Policy & Procedures Manual Section 6.6)
Comprised of 15 trustees, the AAR President annually shall appoint five trustees for three-year terms, with no trustee serving more than two full terms consecutively. At least one member shall be appointed from each region, with no one region having a majority of the Trustees. The President, in consultation with the President-Elect, annually shall appoint the Chair and Vice Chair of the trustees. All appointments shall be subject to approval by the Board of Directors, and shall continue at the pleasure of the Executive Committee. The Information & Member Services Committee Chair each year shall be an ex-officio liaison to the trustees.
Sub-Groups: (According to AAR Bylaws Article VIII, Section 8)
The chair of the standing committees shall charge and appoint their respective Task Forces and Action Groups to function as authorized by these Bylaws or the Policy & Procedures Manual. The AAR President may appoint special Task Forces and Action Groups as necessary. Committee Chairs and the President shall coordinate these appointments.
Strategic Objectives Pursuant to AAR Business Plan:
6.1 Evaluate continuing education instructors and standardize course curriculum to improve the quality of instruction.
6.2 Work with the institutes, societies and councils to schedule the offering of designation courses around Alabama Association of REALTORS® meetings and events, as well as throughout the year.
6.3 Continuously evaluate and make improvements as necessary to Alabama Association of REALTORS®’ Graduate REALTOR® Institute program.
Baldwin Co. (Chair)
Birmingham (Vice Chair)
Lee County (IMSC Chair)
The Alabama Association of REALTOR®; (AAR) is the largest statewide organization of real estate professionals. United by adherence to a Code of Ethics, our members work as real estate professionals in the sale, lease, appraisal and development of residential, rural, and resort properties throughout Alabama.