Registration is now open for the mandatory CE course: Understanding and Preventing Racial Bias in Real Estate
Free for members!
Online in the Live Virtual Classroom via Zoom
Students must pre-register for the class. You will receive a unique log-in via email after registering. Be sure to save this email for the link.
Students must log on with a device that allows for both audio and visual participation at all times. Students must remain on screen, in view for the duration of the course. Any unexcused, extended time away from the camera will result in no credit for the course. Students may not be otherwise distracted while in the Live Virtual Classroom (in the car, on the phone, etc.)
The Zoom classroom will open 1/2 hour prior to the class start time. The class will start promptly at the start time scheduled. Please log in early to allow time for “check-in”.
**No one will be allowed into the classroom after the scheduled start time**
You will be asked to present a photo ID to verify attendance. Please have your ID ready when you log in. After you are signed in, you will be placed into the waiting room until the start of class. Again, **No one will be allowed into the classroom after the scheduled start time**
Friday, July 23, 2021
9:00AM – 12:00PM
Click HERE to register
Tri-County will be scheduling a full cycle of FREE CE for our members in the fall.
We are working on offering a mix of live-virtual and socially distanced, in-person classes.
Please check back to this page for details.
Also, check out the online classes available through The CE Shop.
2022 REAL ESTATE CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Continuing Education (CE) 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 LICENSEES OBLIGATION TO RETAIN ALL
PRINTED CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION FOR A FOUR-YEAR PERIOD, AND
PROVIDE THEM TO THE DEPARTMENT, SHOULD YOU RECEIVE AN AUDIT
LETTER FROM DCP.
Continuing Education Certificate Upload.
NOTE: All Mandatory Classes are to be taken in person or via Live Virtual.
Elective Classes can be taken on-line, in person or via Live Virtual.
A. Complete 12 Hours of CE courses from an approved school. Only courses
completed after March 31, 2020 for brokers, and May 31, 2020 for Salespersons will
count toward the 2022 requirement (provided the courses were not already applied
toward a previous year’s requirement). If you took the 2020 requirements late, you may
NOT apply those courses again toward 2022.
The courses shall consist of the following:
1. Two three-hour classes for the 2022 Mandatory CE Requirements:
• CT Real Estate Law for Brokers and Salespersons; and
• Understanding and Preventing Racial Bias in Real Estate.
2. Six hours of real estate elective courses.
DIRECTIONS FOR LOOKING UP SCHOOLS AND COURSE TITLES CAN BE FOUND ON
THIS WEBSITE LINK: https://portal.ct.gov/DCP/Common-Elements/CommonElements/Brokers-and-Salespersons—-Search-Schools-and-Courses
Brokers – If you passed the CT Broker full licensing examination between 4/1/2020
– 3/31/2022, you do not need to take CE for 2022. (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).
Salespersons – If you passed the CT Salesperson full licensing examination
between 6/1/2020 – 5/31/2022, you do not need to take CE for 2022. (The date used to
determine exemption is not the issuance date of your first license, it is the date you passed the CT licensing
Your Score Reports you received from PSI will reflect the examination passing date. If
you do not know when you passed your examination, please call PSI at 1-800-733-9267