Professional Development


2016 Speakers:

Dan Wood“Best Tools & Apps for REALTORS®”
with Dan Wood

10:30am – 12:00pm

Discover the top trending tools and apps for REALTORS®! This is a smack down of the hottest tools, what they do and how they apply to marketing real estate today! REALTORS® who attend will leave with the hottest list of tools that will make their lives easier!
Dan Wood Biography:

Danny Wood has a deep understanding of online lead generation. In 2015 he generated over 14,000 home buyer & seller leads using just social media & Google search alone!

He helps real estate agents with marketing & technology… he also helps broker owners with seminars & agent recruiting. His one-on-one coaching service is a true white glove approach as you watch him set up your systems! For more about Dan go to

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Kelvin Kucey- Photo“RECO Update, including Electronic Signatures, RECO New Complaints Process and Advertising & Social Media Do’s and Don’ts”
with Kelvin Kucey, Deputy Registrar of Regulatory Compliance at RECO

1:00pm – 2:30pm

In a specially designed presentation, REALTORS® will benefit from hearing directly from RECO what are the Do’s and Don’ts of Advertising & Social Media, along with updates on Electronic Signatures, the New RECO Complaints Process and an extended Question & Answer period. 

Kelvin Kucey Biography:

Kelvin Kucey is Deputy Registrar of Regulatory Compliance for the Real Estate Council of Ontario. He is responsible for overseeing the enforcement and administration of the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act. 2002, as it applies to RECO’s investigations, inspections, inquiries and compliance roles.

A lawyer by profession, he joined RECO’s legal department in 2009, specializing in complex and controversial prosecutions. He took over the role of Deputy Registrar in August 2015 with the goal of helping RECO in its ongoing mission of being a model regulator.

Kelvin is a member of the Bars of British Columbia and Ontario.

He began his law career working in private laws firms in Vancouver and Toronto until his interest in administrative law encouraged him to join one of North American’s largest private local unions, the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW). For nearly a decade Kelvin represented the interests of over 65,000 UFCW members through a tumultuous period in Ontario’s labour history. After quickly rising to the role of Director of Legal Services, Kelvin returned to private practice in his own boutique firm in 2001 after the birth of his son.

Kelvin holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with Distinction from his hometown university, the University of Alberta, and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Victoria’s law school.