Continuing Education for Real Estate Licensees

IAR Licensing and Training Center

Fulfill Your CE Requirements

Illinois is one state that mandates continuing education (CE) for its licensees during each two-year licensing period. These courses keep real estate professionals current on ­topics such as ethics, agency, legal issues, license law, antitrust and finance.

Managing Broker CE | Broker CE | Ethics Requirement


 

CE for Brokers

Real Estate Broker Licensees renewal deadline was April 30, 2014. Illinois Broker licensees must have completed the continuing education (CE) requirements and applied to renew their license through the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR). What was required? That depends on how and when you received your Illinois broker license.

The Illinois Association of REALTORS® Licensing & Training Center is your trusted source for state-approved real estate licensing and continuing education courses (classroom, home study & online) including NEW state-of-the-art interactive course webinars - you don’t have to leave home!

 

CE for Managing Brokers

Real Estate Managing Broker Licensees renewal deadline was April 30, 2015. Managing Broker licensees must successfully complete the required CE and renew their license by that deadline.

The Illinois Association of REALTORS® Licensing & Training Center is your trusted source for state-approved real estate licensing and continuing education courses (classroom, home study & online) including NEW state-of-the-art interactive course webinars - you don’t have to leave home!

 

Ethics Requirement

All REALTORS® must complete 2.5 hours of Code of Ethics training within given four-year cycles according to NAR policy. The current four-year cycle will end Dec. 31, 2016.

 

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