- Real estate licensees are required to complete 14 hours of continuing education (CE) credit by May 31 of every even-numbered year.
- 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 eduction; be sure to check with your school or local association to be sure you're taking the right course(s).
- Realtor® members are required to complete a minimum of 3 hours of approved Code of Ethics training every four years (2008, 2012, 2016, 2020, etc.). Free, online Code of Ethics training is available through the National Association of Realtors®, or you can take other courses locally. Some local associations have additional ethics education requirements; check with your local association for more information.
- Appraisers must complete 28 hours of continuing professional education by June 30 of every odd-numbered year.
As of 2012, PAR no longer offers continuing education or designation classes. If you've already earned the GRI designation there are no annual dues or renewal fees -- you will retain your GRI status for as long as you remain an active Realtor® member.
Check out our Course Calendar for courses offered across the state, or check with your local association for local educational opportunities.