- Duration: 45 hours
How to Complete the California Continuing Education Renewal
Brokers who have already renewed their license once must complete a total of 45 hours of approved CE courses for subsequent renewals:
- One 8-hour survey course covering the 6 mandatory course subjects (in Ethics, Agency, Fair Housing, Trust Fund Handling, Risk Management, and Management and Supervision) or licensees can choose to take each of the mandatory subjects separately;
- At least 18 hours of consumer protection courses; and
- The remaining clock hours required to complete the 45 hours may be related to either consumer service or consumer protection
- Licensees may complete final examinations for a maximum of 15 credit hours per 24-hour period.
Correspondence has a study time of only 8 hours per day (24-hour day) – Study time starts at time of enrollment.
- Online correspondence in CA means the exam must be taken online.
- There are no limits on the number of hours allowed to be taken online.
- A timing mechanism is also required for all online courses to ensure that courses cannot be completed in less time than the approved credit hours.
- You will only be allotted 1 minute per question on the final which basically means if it’s a 10 question final you will have to complete that final in 10 minutes.
- The state will allow for only TWO attempts on the final exam before requiring the course be retaken. This is a requirement by the California Department of Real Estate.
“Did You Find What You Need?” For Additional Renewal Information:
- State Licensing Authority (Click Here)
- SAVE TIME & MONEY on Future Renewals w/ a CE Plus Membership (Click Here)
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