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Hondros Hires Veteran Educator as Regional Manager

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Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) Mar 16, 2015

Hondros College of Business is gratified to announce that Rod Farthing has assimilated a Hondros group as Regional Manager of Real Estate Programs. Farthing comes to Hondros from Stautzenberger College, where he was an director and instructor in business management, economics, open vocalization and genuine estate pre-licensing.

Farthing will be obliged for business growth in Toledo and a surrounding areas. In addition, Farthing will offer as lead instructor and conduct curriculum for a region.

“Rod brings an huge volume of business astuteness and training knowledge to a northern region,” says Tina Lapp, boss of a Hondros College of Business. “He’s intensely well-respected as an teacher and we’re really vehement to have him join a Hondros team.”

After a successful business career of some-more than 20 years, Farthing began training and building calm for adult training courses. In 2007, Farthing was named Master Teacher of a Year for Ohio Private Career Colleges.

“Rod is ardent about career formulation and veteran development,” says Lapp. “And, he’s deeply committed to formulating pursuit opportunities for a people of northeastern Ohio.”

About Hondros College of Business

Hondros College of Business, formed in Columbus, Ohio, educates people who wish to urge their lives by entering new careers that offer stability, flexibility, autonomy and financial rewards. Hondros College of Business, with 6 Ohio campuses and with march offerings in many states nationwide, offers a accumulation of veteran certificates and stability preparation programs, as good as an Associate Degree in Business Management. Professional programs embody genuine estate, appraisal, home inspection, mortgage, insurance, securities, personal training, online selling and oil and gas safety. For some-more information, revisit http://www.hondros.com.

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