Agents are required to complete 30 real estate CE credits in their two year cycle, with a minimum of 15 CE credits in the first year of the cycle.

  • Every year (July 1 – June 30):  Salesperson and Broker Required Module (3.75 CE)
  • Every two years:  Agency Law (1 hour) & Fair Housing (1 hour)

Association Requirement:  It is required that REALTORS® complete 2.5 CE of Code of Ethics (COE) training every three years (current cycle 1/1/2022 – 12/31/2024) in order to continue their membership with the association.

All classes have been approved by the Commissioner of Commerce for the number of hours specified unless otherwise noted


Education Card: $100 for new or current REALTOR members or $12 per credit hour. Education Cards are good from July 1st of that year through June 30th of the following year. 

  • Pre-registration for classes is required
  • Double check schedule for class location, dates & start/end times
  • If you are late to class, you will not receive credit.  (This is a State Statute…..not just policy.  It will be enforced.)


  • Registration and cancellations are due in office prior to 24 hours of class start time
  • No-Shows will be charged $25
  • Late registrations, cancellations and walk-ins will be charged $5

How to view your CE (Continuing Ed) Transcript 

  1. Go to
  3. Choose a Board: Select ‘REAL ESTATE

Under ‘Search/Inquiry’ Service you will find all sorts of things related to your license.

  • To search y our license number, go to ‘SEARCH LICENSEES’
  • To see your hours of CE, go to OTHER SERVICES and select: ‘REVIEW YOUR CE TRANSCRIPTS’

Virtual Class Rules

Classroom courses for real estate license holders and inspectors require the instructor and the student to interact face-to-face and in real time, either in the same physical location, or through technology.  Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many courses that historically were offered in a classroom, are now being offered virtually.  In fact, the number of classroom courses taught virtually has skyrocketed.  As the frequency has increased, a concern regarding appropriate conduct in virtual courses has been raised.  

As a reminder, unacceptable conduct in the physical classroom is also unacceptable in the virtual classroom.  There is an expectation of engagement between the attendee and the instructor, and attendee-to-attendee.  Individuals who are distracted from the course presentation or whose behavior is distracting to other attendees in the course can be removed from the course and credit withheld.   This can include excessive talking, leaving the room, or paying attention to a cell phone rather than the instructor. 

Another example of unacceptable behavior is driving while streaming a virtual course.  To be clear, attendees are not allowed to drive and take CE at the same time.  Other than being distracted, this is a serious safety issue.  Education providers have the authority to establish and enforce policies and procedures to ensure professionalism and respect in the classroom, whether it be in person or virtual.