From the OREC:
New Continuing Education Requirement for Managing Brokers, Branch Brokers and Proprietor Brokers
A managing broker, branch broker or proprietor broker whose original license or license renewal is issued on and after July 1, 2009 shall be required to successfully complete a Broker in Charge course consisting of fifteen (15) clock hours, or its equivalent, as approved by the Commission, each license term beginning with those licenses that expire on, June 30, 2012. In addition, to complete the continuing education requirement of twenty-one (21) clock hours the broker must complete at least two (2) of the four (4) required core subject matter courses, equal to at least six (6) clock hours. The core subject matter courses are Fair Housing, Broker Relationships,
Professional Standards of Conduct (Ethics) and a Hot Topic (current laws and rules or current topic affecting the real estate industry).
The Commission will afford credit of attendance to all other licensees, with the exception of a provisional sales associate, to attend the 15 clock hour Broker in Charge course in lieu of them taking the required core subject matter courses — they must however, complete the remaining elective requirement to fulfill their 21 clock hour requirement. Questions can be directed by calling the Commission toll free at 1-866-521-3389 or by emailing orec. firstname.lastname@example.org.
See Additional Information on the "Broker-in-Charge" Course here.
Last Update: 15 OCT 2012
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