2020 Real Estate Continuing Education Requirements
Continuing Education is due on the even-numbered renewal years and must be completed prior to renewing your license in all even-numbered years.
Please be aware that it is the licensee’s obligation to retain all printed certificates of completion for a four year period, and provide them to the Department of Consumer Protection, should you receive an audit letter from DCP.
Continuing Education Options:
A. Complete 12 hours of continuing education courses from an approved school. The courses shall consist of the following:
- Two Three hour 2020 mandatory courses - both are required.
- CT Real Estate Agency Law Review & Fair Housing 1
- CT Real Estate Agency Law Review & Fair Housing 2
- Six hours of real estate elective courses.
Only courses completed after March 31, 2018 for brokers, and May 31, 2018 for Salespersons will count toward the 2020 requirement (provided the courses were not already applied toward a previous year’s requirement). If you took the 2018 requirements late, you may NOT apply those courses again toward 2020.
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B. Pass the 40-question Connecticut Continuing Education Examination during the CE cycle. You can schedule a test date directly with the testing company, PSI. Call PSI to schedule the test date at 800-733-9267 or visit www.psiexams.com. When calling PSI to schedule your exam, be sure to specify that you want to take the “Connecticut Continuing Education 40-Question” exam in order to renew your CT license.
C. Brokers – If you passed the CT Broker full licensing examination between 4/1/2018 – 3/31/2020, you do not need to take continuing education for 2020. (The date used to determine exemption is not the issuance date of your first license, it is the date you passed the CT licensing examination.)
>D. Salespersons – If you passed the CT Salesperson full licensing examination between 6/1/2018 – 5/31/2020, you do not need to take continuing education for 2020. (The date used to determine exemption is not the issuance date of your first license, it is the date you passed the CT licensing examination.)
The Score Reports you received from PSI will reflect your examination passing date. If you do not know when you passed your examination, please call PSI at 800-733-9267.
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