REALTOR® education is vital to the continued excellence of our members. Check out our course enrollment policies, education schedule and online class catalogue.
Check Continuing Education Hours
Check your renewal information and status here.
From the NAR:
REALTORS® defined professionalism in this industry more than 100 years ago when they created the Code of Ethics. The award-winning C2EX program takes professionalism to the next level by enabling NAR members to assess their expertise in 10 (11 for brokers) elements of professionalism ranging from customer service to use of technology.
This innovative engagement tool encourages participation in all levels of the REALTOR® organization. It’s not a designation or a course. It’s not a requirement, but a benefit available to all NAR members at no additional cost.
To get started, log in to www.C2EX.realtor and take the self-assessment that measures your proficiency in each of the elements of professionalism, known as the C2EX Competencies. Based on your results, the platform will generate customized learning paths, recommend experiences, and provide tools and resources to increase your knowledge and enhance your skillsets.
Course Enrollment Policies
Ninety percent of the registration fee will be refunded upon written request within at least two calendar days’ notice prior to the class. All requests can be written to [email protected]
Pre-registration is required.
We do not maintain a waiting list. If a class is full, please check back often for cancellations.
There are two online ethics training courses available on REALTOR.org, New Member Orientation Program and Biannual REALTOR® Ethics Training. Failure to complete the course can result in loss of local, state and national membership.
Regarding Continuing Education seated courses: Late arrivals will not be admitted, regardless of the reason. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Per MREC’s statutes in Chapter 7, we must abide by this with no exceptions. You are required to attend the whole class to receive a course completion certificate and Continuing Education Credit.