Education Requirements for the States of Nevada and Utah
These are the courses you need to renew your Real Estate license.
As a real estate professional, there are defined amounts of continuing education that must be completed depending the respective state that you’re licensed in. These education requirements are administered by the respective divisions and state laws.
Post licensing/Continuing education, besides being required by law in most states, is extremely important and valuable to licensees. It’s designed to provide an increased knowledge of practices and procedures, specific laws, ethics and professionalism.
The summary of continuing education requirements for the state of Nevada and Utah are listed below.
Nevada Real Estate Continuing Education Requirements
Find out what courses are required to renew a Nevada Real Estate License.
HAVE YOU BEEN LICENSED LESS THAN 1 YEAR?
New licensed real estate professionals must complete 30 hours Post-Licensing education within the first year after obtaining their real estate license. The proof of completion must be submitted to the Nevada Real Estate Division. The post-licensing education requirements examine the practical application of the real estate transaction process.
ALL SUBSEQUENT RENEWALS
Nevada Revised Statues and Administrative codes require sales agents who have completed their first year in business and their first renewal, to complete 24 hours of continuing education within the next two years of the renewal cycle. The 24 hours of continuing education consists of Agency, Contracts, Law & Legislation, and Ethics and 12 hours of general credit. 12 hours of instruction must be in a live setting. The renewal cycle is every two years thereafter.
Utah Real Estate Continuing Education Requirements
Find out what courses are required to renew a Utah Real Estate License?
HAVE YOU BEEN LICENSED LESS THAN 2 YEARS?
New licensed real estate professionals are required to take the 12 Hour New Agent Course, 3- Hour Mandatory Residential course, and 3 hours of additional continuing education courses. The additional 3 hours of CE can be core or general credit, depending on the real estate agents’ preference.
ALL SUBSEQUENT RENEWALS
Utah real estate licenses are valid for two years. To renew a license, real estate professionals must complete 18 hours of continuing education (CE) courses. 9 out of the 18 required education hours must be core credit, and 3 of the 9 core education hours must be the division approved, 3-hour mandatory residential course. The remaining 9 hours can be general credit.