Arizona Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) 8-Hour Continuing Education Course

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How to Renew Your Arizona Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) License

Education Requirements

The Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008 (SAFE Act) requires that state-licensed mortgage loan originators (MLOs) complete annual continuing education. In order to meet continuing education requirements state-licensed MLOs must complete 8 hours of NMLS approved education which include the following:

For annual continuing education, the SAFE Act requires state-licensed MLOs to complete:

  1. Three hours of Federal law and regulations;
    b. Two hours of ethics that shall include instruction on fraud, consumer protection, and fair lending issues;
    c. Two hours of training related to lending standards for the nontraditional mortgage product market; and
    d. One hour of undefined instruction on mortgage origination.

While the SAFE Act requires NMLS to approve pre-licensure and continuing education courses, it is individual state law that compels mortgage loan originators to take the pre-licensure and continuing education as a requirement for state licensure. Many state agencies require that pre-licensure education be complete prior to submitting an application through NMLS.  NMLS provides information concerning education requirements and administers the process for completing it, but state-licensed MLO’s should refer to their state agencies regarding the specific details associated with meeting the education requirements.

> The State-Specific Education Chart shows which states have a requirement for state specific-education.

> The SAFE Act’s Successive Year Rule requires MLOs to complete eight (8) hours of CE every year and mandates that an MLO may not take the same course two years in a row.

> Need to know more about CE requirements?  See our list of Frequently Asked Questions

> Need to review your education record?  See the Course Completion Records Quick Guide.

How to Make-Up Continuing Education

If you were required to take continuing education (CE) and failed to do so, you must complete a Late CE course in order to satisfy the requirement for licensure. To find a late CE course click on the link below and pay close attention to all of the information contained in the catalog. Only the courses listed in the Late CE Catalog (and no others), may be used to make-up CE.

If you are returning to the industry, the application process for a new license requires you to satisfy any CE deficiency for the last year in which you were licensed.Only the courses listed in the Late CE Catalog (and no others), may be used to make-up past CE requirements.

1-Hour AZ SAFE: Compliance in Action 2019 (10488)

This course satisfies the 1 hour Arizona state-specific continuing education requirement for MLOs set forth by the SAFE Act. The focus of this course is on state-specific operational and transactional requirements that Arizona-licensed mortgage loan originators, mortgage bankers, and mortgage brokers must follow. Additionally, the enforcement authority of the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions is covered.

7 Hour SAFE Core: Compliance in Action 2019 (10524)

This course satisfies the annual continuing education requirements for mortgage loan originators set forth by the SAFE Act (Secure and Fair Enforcement Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008). The course covers topics required by the SAFE Act: (3hrs) of federal law, (2hrs) of ethics (which shall include fraud, consumer protection, and fair lending issues), and (2hrs) of nontraditional mortgage lending.

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