ILLINOIS BROKER CONTINUING EDUCATION
NEW BROKERS: If you are a brand new Broker (license issued AFTER 2/1/18) and this is the FIRST (1st) renewal of your license you need the 30 hour Broker Post-License education for the 4/30/2020 renewal. Go to Broker Post-License Course
EXISTING BROKERS: If this is your 2nd or subsequent renewal of your Broker license (license was issued BEFORE 2/1/18) you need 12 hours of core and elective continuing education for the 4/30/2020 renewal.
12 Hour Core & Elective Package
The 12 hour Core and Elective package approved by the State of Illinois is Core A (3 hours mandatory), Core B (3 hours mandatory), Appraisal & Finance (3 hours elective) and NAR Ethics (3 hours elective). NAR members can use the Sure Win NAR Ethics compliant course for their biennial requirement. The courses can be completed in two different formats.
- ONLINE DISTANT EDUCATION – Online program and NO final exam. Log into the online program whenever you want and read through the course materials answering questions along the way. The coursework is divided into 10 to 20 minute lessons. You can do one or as many lessons as you want at any one time. Complete all the lessons for a course and no final exam. A Certificate of Completion is emailed to you. Finish all 4 courses for the core and elective 12 hours and you are done.
- SELF-STUDY – From a book; REQUIRES final exam. This is the way the core and elective home study CE was done in the past. Study the course materials on your own (books, eBooks, video’s, sample exams, etc.) then take a proctored exam for each course. The core and elective CE courses require passing four 25 question closed book True/False exams to complete all 12 hours.
Core & Elective Classes
Attend live classes via webcast or in-person (locations throughout Chicagoland).
- Each class is 3 hours so you need to attend 4 to complete all 12 hours.
- With full verified attendance there is NO final exam.
- Mix and Match to accommodate your schedule.
- NAR members can use the Sure Win NAR Ethics compliant course for their biennial requirement.