2018 LICENSE RENEWAL - CONTINUING EDUCATION*
GMCAR is sponsoring 14 Hours of CE!
Thursday, March 1 & Friday March 2, 2018
8:30-Noon and 1:00 PM-4:30 PM
The Training & Workforce Center @ Linden Pointe
3050 Prosperity Place, Hermitage, PA...
CLICK ON THE "CE INFO AND REGISTRATION FORM" button below to register
or Contact the Association Office at 724-342-1980
Open to All PA Licensees
DEADLINE TO REGISTER is FEBRUARY 23!!
*These courses DO NOT qualify for FIRST TIME RENEWAL credits.
See information below for first time renewal licensees
NAR has made changes to the COE requirement. All Realtor® members are now required to complete a minimum of 3 hours of approved Code of Ethics training every TWO years. Free, online Code of Ethics training is available through the National Association of Realtors®, or you can take other qualifying courses online or in local classes. The course on the NAR website also now has the option of providing Continuing Education credits for a fee.
The current 2 year cycle is January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2018.
If you take a qualifying ethics course as part of your license renewal, you do not have to take an additional ethics class in order to comply with the COE requirement!
Please send a copy of your transcript to the Association office!
CLICK HERE FOR THE ONLINE COE COURSE at NAR.REALTOR (COEC)
NEW MEMBERS ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE THE COE COURSE FOR NEW MEMBERS (COEN) CLICK HERE FOR THE COEN COURSE
FIRST TIME RENEWAL LICENSEES:
Standard salesperson licensees who are renewing for the first time are required to complete a specific set of continuing education modules through an approved education provider. Please click on the buttons below to view the list of modules and approved education providers.
Real estate licensees are required to complete 14 hours of continuing education (CE) credit by May 31 of every even-numbered year. (2018)
Brand new real estate licensees are required to take 14 hours of CE in specific, mandatory, Commission-approved courses during their first renewal cycle. Most continuing education classes do not meet the criteria for new licensee education; be sure to check with your school or local association to be sure you’re taking the right course(s).
Appraisers must complete 28 hours of continuing professional education by June 30 of every odd-numbered year.