Ohio Real Estate Broker 30-Hour Continuing Education Course

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How to Complete the Ohio Broker Continuing Education Renewal

Licensees are required to submit to the Ohio Real Estate Commission proof of completing 30 hours of continuing education every three years due on or before the licensee’s date of birth.

9 hours must be dedicated to the following topics: 
3 hours in Core Law
3 hours in Ethics
3 hours in Civil Rights

*Effective April 2017 If licensed as a broker, broker on deposit, or acting as a management level licensee, a 3 hour continuing education course on the duties of a principal broker and other issues involved in operating a real estate brokerage is required. (This course will not be required until the licensees next reporting period).

Note: Each licensee who is seventy years of age or older, shall submit proof the licensee has satisfactorily completed a total of nine classroom hours of continuing education, including instruction in Ohio real estate law; federal civil rights law; and canons of ethics.

To renew, licensees must log-in to the Ohio Real Estate Commission licensing system online and follow the prompts:
https://elicense3-secure.com.ohio.gov/

There is no final exam passing requirement. Pre-license and post-license education may not be used for continuing education.

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