Illinois real estate continuing education requirements

Illinois License Act requires all licensees beginning with their 2nd license renewal to complete the equivalent of 6 hours of continuing education per year by April 30 of the renewal year. In addition to the basic continuing education requirements, managing brokers must complete an additional 12 hours of broker management education. illinois real estate continuing education

Inland Real Estate School has partnered with The CE Shop to provide you with a variety of programs to satisfy your CE obligation. Most programs can be completed either in the classroom or home study. Illinois real estate continuing education

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illinois real estate continuing education

Illinois real estate continuing education

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Illinois real estate continuing education

 

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    Broker Renewal (April 30, 2018)

    Broker licensees must complete 12 hours of CE consisting of the following:
    Core A, License Law (3 hours) ♦ Core B, Legal Issue (3 hours) ♦ Electives (6 hours)

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    MANAGING BROKER RENEWAL (APRIL, 30, 2019)

    Managing Broker licensees must complete 24 hours of continuing education consisting of:
    Core A, License Law (3 hours) ♦ Core B, Legal Issue (3 hours) ♦ Electives (6 hours)
    PLUSBroker Management (12 hours) – License Act of 2000 requires this program be offered in a classroom environment thereby allowing the student body to interface with the instructor and other participants in order to better understand current issues affecting the supervision of other licensees.