To renew an active license, you must complete the required continuing education
and maintain your continuing education records.
Continuing education records
Continuing education audits
The Agency randomly conducts audits of continuing education records. If you are selected for an audit, you will need to provide the Agency a copy of the certificate of attendance for each course you entered in eLicense.
Frequently asked questions
Question: I've taken more than 30 hours of continuing education. Do I need to enter all my classes into eLicense?
Answer: No. You only need to enter your 3-hour Law and Rule Required Course (LARRC) and at least 27 hours of other eligible continuing education courses.
If you are renewing an active broker, principal broker, or property manager license for the first time, you must enter the 3-hour LARRC and the appropriate 27-hour advanced practices course into eLicense.
Question: Can I just send or upload my certificates of attendance to the Agency?
Answer: No. You must enter the information into eLicense. The Agency will use the data to look for future improvements in continuing education and real estate licensing.
If you are selected for a continuing education audit, you will be required to send copies of your certificates of attendance to the Agency.
Question: What if I have a certificate of attendance that is missing information (e.g. course topic, instructor, location)?
Answer: Contact the certified continuing education provider.
Question: What if I can't find all of my certificates of attendance?
Answer: Contact the certified continuing education provider you took the course(s) from. The Agency cannot help you in locating certificates.