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Instructor Qualifications & Requirements
Pre-License Courses
The Agency is responsible for approving Private Career Schools' instructors to teach pre-license education courses. 
 
Private Career Schools are responsible for submitting to the Agency the resume of each instructor.  Each resume must demonstrate that the instructor meets the requirements outlined below.

Real Estate Broker Applicant (Pre-License) Courses
To teach courses for real estate broker applicant pre-license education, an instructor must have a real estate broker license and at least two years of real estate experience. Additional education, such as a Bachelor of Arts in business with a concentration in real estate or an Associate of Arts degree in real estate, may substitute for some of the experience requirements.

Property Manager Applicant (Pre-License) Courses
To teach the property manager pre-license course, an instructor must be a licensed property manager with at least two years of experience or be a licensed principal real estate broker.

 
Continuing Education
Certified Continuing Education Providers must ensure that any instructor who teaches continuing education courses for the provider meets the requirements under OAR 863-020-0060.  (This includes Advanced Real Estate PracticesBrokerage Administration and Sales Supervision, and the three-hour Law and Rule Required Course):
  • A bachelor’s degree and two years of experience working in a field related to the course topic;
  • Six years of experience working in a field related to the topic of the course;
  • A total of six years of any combination of college-level coursework and experience working in a field related to the topic of the course:
  • A designation by a professional real estate organization, as defined in administrative rule, and two years of college-level coursework;
  • A designation as a Distinguished Real Estate Instructor by the Real Estate Educators’ Association;
  • Successful completion of an instructor training course approved by the Real Estate Board and two years of experience working in a field related to the topic of the course; or
  • Certification or approval in good standing as a real estate instructor for the same or a similar course topic in any other state or jurisdiction.