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1801 Gadsden Street
Columbia, SC 29201
(803) 771-9046

Continuing Education Certificate

Licensee Name

Kim Racke

License Number

36048

License Number

36048

2022 - 2024 Licensing Cycle
2022-001-52: Regulations and Economics for MH ProfessionalsDecember 8, 2022Fall/Winter Meetin1hr
2023-001-57: Coordination and Cooperation with Local OfficialsMarch 22, 2023Charleston Chapter M1hr
2023-001-61: Hassle-Free Installation-How Retailers, Suppliers, Transporters, and Installers Can Work TogetherJune 21, 2023MHISC Convention1hr
2023-001-58: Manufactured Housing Issues UpdateJune 22, 2023MHISC Convention1hr
2023-001-65: Do You Know The Basic Rules for the Manufactured Housing IndustryDecember 6, 2023Winter Meeting1hr
2023-001-67: Working Effectively with Government Officials & Policy MakersJanuary 24, 2024Charleston Chapt Mtg1hr

Carried Over from Last Cycle:

**2022-001-047: Screening New Industry MembersMay 3, 2022Spring Meeting Columbia1hr
**2022-001-044: Manufacturers Speak: What to Expect in 2022June 13, 2022Charleston Chapter Meeting1hr
2020 - 2022 Licensing Cycle
2022-001-026: Ordering, Selling and Installing Manufactured Homes During a BacklogMarch 24, 2021Zoom Meeting/Charleston1hr
2022-001-033: Manufactured Housing Institute of South Carolina Board of Directors' MeetingApril 28, 2021Zoom Meeting1hr
2022-001-035: Resources for Manufactured Home ProfessionalsJuly 13, 2021Charleston Chapter Meeting1hr
2022-001-029: Real Estate Title Issues Impacting Manufactured HomesSeptember 28, 2021Zoom/Chapter Meeting1hr
2022-001-037: MHISC Board of Directors MeetingOctober 19, 2021Zoom Meeting1hr
2022-001-049: MHISC Board of Director's MeetingMay 2, 2022Spring Meeting1hr
**2022-001-047: Screening New Industry MembersMay 3, 2022Spring Meeting Columbia1hr
**2022-001-044: Manufacturers Speak: What to Expect in 2022June 13, 2022Charleston Chapter Meeting1hr

**Indicates course credits eligible for carry over to the next cycle. If a licensee takes more than the required amount of courses in one cycle, they can count up to two credit hours for the next cycle.

Mark Dillard

Mark Dillard, MHISC Executive Director

This document reflects MHISC records as of April 25, 2024

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