Recruting from L&F CG

Affordable, accessible, and digitized learning 

International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED)

Credits in ISCED

A credit refers to how much time a student have to invest in learning a subject.
  • 1 credit equals 25 hours learning in total
  • These 25 hours covers lectures, reading, assignments and exams
  • A full time student are expected to do 60 credits in one calendar year

Credits in L&F CG

  • 1 Credit is 25 hours learning 
  • Teachers/trainers has at least 30 credits in the subject they teach
  • Literature used in L&F CG courses are peer reviewed
  • L&F CG Exams are pass or fail
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"Education enhance agent performance, boost agent productivity, reduce agent turnover, and improve company culture. Explore the importance of training and development programs for agents and agencies by pursuing a career in real estate."

L&F CG educational courses

  • At L&F CG, we have developed educational programs for marketing and selling real estate and real estate services.

  • Our educational programs is affordable, digitized, and accessible for everyone. 
  • Our students can earn three different titles; Certified, specialist, and expert.
  • Certified is 1 credit
  • Specialist is 30 credits 
  • Expert is 60 credits
One course/training regime is minimum 1 credit and 25 hours of learning
To become a specialist, a student has 30 credits and 750 hours of learning.
To become an expert, a student has 60 points and 1500 hours of learning

L&F CG titles

Certified

Means a student have the necessary expertise to excel in the subject at hand. 

Specialist

Means a student have the necessary expertise to lecture others in the subject

Expert

Means a student have the necessary expertise to design new courses in the subject

FAQ

The most common questions on our courses. If your have other's feel free to contact us.
  • Do you have formal recognizable titles? 
  • As of right now, we can't offer bachelor’s, master’s, or Ph.D.’s to our students. We are in process and exploring our options and at some point we will provide such degrees. 

  • Why haven't you acquired the right to certify/provide educational degrees? 
  • It's about legal requirements to practice as a relator/estate agent and how these requirements differs between markets. And we dont want to design an educational program that excludes markets.   

  • How can I verify the academic quality pf you'r courses? 
  • To ensure that we uphold necessary standards, we use the ISCED norm. 25 hours of learning for each credit. 
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