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COUNCIL OF CERTIFIED RESIDENTIAL SPECIALISTS APPOINTS CENTURY 21 TRAINER CAROLYN FRAZEUR TO EDUCATION COMMITTEE

CENTURY 21 Learning System Again Recognized in Training Magazine’s Top 125

Feb 18, 2011
For Immediate Release
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Matt Gentile
Century 21 Real Estate LLC
Phone: 973-407-6102
Cell: 973-647-9042
matt.gentile@century21.com

PARSIPPANY, N.J. (Feb. 17, 2011) — Century 21 Real Estate LLC, the franchisor of the world’s largest residential real estate sales organization, today announced that the Council of Certified Residential Specialists (CRS) has appointed Carolyn Frazeur, director of learning delivery, Century 21 Real Estate LLC, to its Education Committee for 2011. This is the latest of several honors earned by the CENTURY 21 Learning Development team. Earlier this month, CENTURY 21 Real Estate was recognized among Training Magazine’s Top 125 national training organizations, which marked the eighth time in the last 10 years that the franchise system earned this distinction.

The Education Committee of CRS guides the training offered to help agents obtain the CRS Designation, which is held by 34,000 of the one million REALTORS in business today. CENTURY 21 is providing free CRS training to its sales associates at the CENTURY 21 International Convention in March.

Dr. Christina Murphy, senior director, Learning and Development, Century 21 Real Estate LLC, said, “CRS is the symbol of excellence in our industry, and CENTURY 21® is proud of Carolyn Frazeur for her appointment to the CRS Education Committee. We are honored to again be ranked among the Top 125 companies by Training Magazine for our learning system.”

With an extensive background in real estate, Frazeur has been a top-producing agent, a sales manager for more than 15 years, and a trainer for 13 years. Frazeur holds the Graduate of REALTOR® Institute (GRI), Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR) and Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES). Frazeur joined the CENTURY 21 international headquarters staff 10 years ago as an instructor, was promoted to regional learning manager, and in November of 2009 became director of learning delivery.

Training Magazine’s annual competition evaluates organizational learning programs and judges companies on elements such as internal best practices, demonstrable results, innovation, and evaluation procedures.