- Duration: 18 hours
How to Complete the Nebraska Continuing Education Renewal
The total education requirement for all active licensees is 18 hours every two years. Of that 18 hours, at least 12 hours must be in approved continuing education (CE) with 6 hours in designated subject matter, “R” courses.
The remaining 6 hours may be in training approved by the licensee’s broker that has been recognized by the Commission or may be in additional approved CE activity. (Licensees may substitute CE activities for all or part of the 6 hours of the allowed Broker-approved Training. Consult your broker with regard to broker-approved training opportunities. Please note: While CE activities will meet the broker-approved training requirement the reverse is NOT true; broker-approved training will NOT meet the CE requirement.)
*For those licensees who provide Property Management services or who supervise a licensee or licensees who provide Property Management services, 3 hours shall be required in each two year period in a property management course(s). These courses are designated by including “PM” or “R” (RPM) as a part of the four-digit course identification number.
**Effective July 1, 2017, every member of a team plus their designated broker shall complete three hours in courses on teams or team leadership which are approved and so designated by the Commission within 180 days after being designated a team member or team leader, or in the case of a designated broker within 180 days of the creation of any team under the broker’s supervision.
The Nebraska Real Estate Commission requires that an online course must be completed within a year of enrollment. There are no limits to the number of hours allowed to be taken online.
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