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Continuing Education Learning Objectives
A "learning objective" means a statement of a continuing education provider’s goal for what a licensee will know or be able to do when the course is completed.
In addition to any other learning objectives a continuing education provider may develop for a course, the provider must ensure that each course within a course topic meets at least one of the following learning objectives:
At the end of the course, the licensee will be able to describe and, where appropriate, identify:
  • Provisions in laws, statutes or administrative rules relevant to the course topic;  
  • The licensee’s responsibilities under laws, statutes or administrative rules relevant to the course topic;
  • Consumer protections relevant to the course topic;
  • Governmental agencies with primary responsibility for regulating the course topic and the agencies’ role in relation to consumers and licensees; or
  • The principles, practices, or procedures relevant to the course topic and their impact on at least one of the following:
    • Licensees,
    • Consumers,
    • Parties to the real estate transaction or property management agreement,
    • The real estate marketplace,
    • Real estate brokerage or property management practices,
    • The licensees’ real estate business, or
    •  A licensee’s professional competence.