Destination CE 2017
March 14-17, 2017
Grab your suitcase and sunscreen! This isn't your typical CE!
Palm trees in the breeze ... the sound of ocean waves ... the sand between your toes. Can't you just picture yourself in the Caribbean right now? That picture can become reality when you attend Destination CE on St. Thomas Island in the Caribbean!
Why attend Destination CE?
Since you have to take CE, why not take it at the beach?
You can earn 12 hours of 2017-18 CE credits while breaking away from the winter blues. Courses take place in the mornings, leaving your afternoons available for exploring St. Thomas island and all it has to offer, including shopping, snorkeling, historic sightseeing, fine dining or anything else you might like! It's your vacation!
About St. Thomas
St. Thomas is one of the three main islands in the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI), located in the Caribbean, and also houses the USVI capitol, Charlotte Amalie. St. Thomas offers a host of opportunities and activities to make your 2017 vacation the trip of a lifetime! Water activities like snorkeling, kayaking and strolling the beach are always available, and St. Thomas is also rich with lots of history.
Attractions unique to St. Thomas include:
- 99 Steps: You can climb these steps that lead to Blackbeard's Castle. Originally built in the 1700s with bricks transported by ship from Denmark, local legend says a pirate used the steps to access his lookout.
- Fort Christian: Built in the 1600s, this fort is the oldest structure on the island, and it served as a point of defense for the Dano-Norwegian rule of the island, which ended in the early 1900s.
- St. Thomas Synagogue: The second-oldest synagogue in the U.S., built in 1796, is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This synagogue is one of five in the world that includes sand floors, consistent with the Inquisition-era custom of using sand to muffle forbidden prayer. Open to visitors of all religions!
About the hotel
Frenchman's Reef and Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort
5 Estate Bakkeroe, St. Thomas, VI 00802 | 1-340-776-8500
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The Frenchman's Reef and Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort is located on the southern coast of the island of St. Thomas along Morning Star Beach. The resort offers a variety of guest rooms:
- Morning Star Beach guest rooms: Just a few steps away from pristine, white sand beaches, these rooms offer the perfect view of the Caribbean.
- Seacliff guest rooms: Enjoy views overlooking Morning Star Beach.
- Frenchman's Reef guest rooms: Take in the views of the resort and St. Thomas ocean.
Additional hotel features include state-of-the-art technology, 50" LCD TVs, smoke-free policy and wireless internet. Room service from the resort's exceptional culinary team is available for your convenience.
Contact Marcia Monaco at Travelog Travel at 800-242-8457 to book your flight or car rental. Schedule your flight as soon as you can as availability is very limited. Passports are not required to visit St. Thomas.
To book the hotel, you can reserve your room online with the WRA room block online or by phone at 1-800-524-2000. Room rate per day is $300 for a resort view room plus tax, housekeeping gratuity and $40 resort fee, upgrades available. Note: an early departure fee of $300 will be charged if you check out prior to your scheduled departure.
Release date: January 26, 2017.
Course dates and times
- Tuesday, March 14: Course 1
- Wednesday, March 15: Course 2
- Thursday, March 16: Course 3
- Friday, March 17: Course 4
Registration 8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Class 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
2016-17 CE courses
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- Course 1: Wisconsin Listing Contracts
- Course 2: Wisconsin Offers to Purchase
- Course 3: Wisconsin New Developments
- Course 4: Ethics and Best Practices
Meet your instructor
Michael Sewell is a real estate broker in Green Bay and a past president of the REALTORS® Association of Northeast Wisconsin. He has taught pre-license classes, continuing education courses and professional standards throughout Wisconsin since 1991.
Michael earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Western Michigan University and received his Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School in 1978. He practiced law for 10 years prior to entering the field of real estate in 1988. Michael was named the WRA 1998 Instructor of the Year and serves on the WRA's Professional Standards Work Group and the Professional Standards Hearing Panel.