A course manual will be mailed to your physical address.
This class is for Beginners to 10 Years’ Experience or for anyone wanting to enter the Right of Way Industry.
The course is designed to provide the student with an in-depth look at many of the tasks and aspects of a Right of Way Agent and what they should know entering or working in the Right of Way Industry.
It provides a very thorough instruction and discussion about surface title issues, surface damage issues, care and maintenance issues of a right of way and easement as well as understanding land ownership and route selection.
The course covers issues unique to Florida, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Texas as well as issues common to all states.
Online testing is set up after each chapter and is such that if the student does not pass the test after two attempts they cannot advance to the next chapter without their superior’s approval or at the request of the school.
In-Classroom students will also take their testing online.
The course is very similar to the Online Mineral Chain of Title course but deals with an irregular tract of land in Oklahoma. The student will see how documents are used from the County Clerk’s Office, County Assessor’s Office and the County Treasurer’s Office. The student will also see how to create the chain of title from actual scanned documents and how to create the final ownership report.
This online self-paced course is a must for those contemplating entering into the Right of Way Industry.
The course covers:
The bonus class is taught online and is self-paced.
After finishing your class in August and now it being the first of October, I actually got a job last week working full time for a landman in Santa Fe handling federal leases. I will tell you that they say what I learned in your class puts me ahead of the game so it was time and money well spent.
Ms. Eyerman, an attorney since 1985, has practiced corporate and real estate law until leaving private practice to focus on right-of-way acquisition and development project management in 2000. Ms. Eyerman is the former Executive VP/ President Elect of IRWA Chapter 55, Pennsylvania (2016 – 2017) and is a current member of the Tennessee and Kentucky IRWA Chapters. She has extensive experience managing capital projects for companies to include Regency Energy Partners, General Dynamics, Columbia Gas, Atmos Energy, Cricket Wireless, AT&T and Verizon in major markets across the United States. Ms. Eyerman edited, revised and updated the real estate sections of Book T-1 of the Revised AGA Pipeline Planning Economics Manual (2016) and contributed to the development of the Telecommunication ordinance for the planning and zoning department of the city of Spokane, WA.