All active real estate licensees must complete 12 hours of approved continuing education coursework, including any LREC mandatory course topic(s), each year to be eligible to renew their license for the next year. Continuing education courses are available through LREC-certified continuing education vendors.


2022 Mandatory Course Topic – 36 Ways to Lose Your License

2022 Commercial Mandatory Alternate – Valuation: What Commercial Clients Need Their Agents to Know

There is no broker-specific mandatory course requirement for 2022.

The mandatory course topic must be completed through an approved LREC-certified real estate vendor prior to license renewal as part of the 12-hour continuing education requirement.

This course should not be confused with similar courses of the same name. Be specific and request the 2022 mandatory course topic(s).

All active licensees must take the above-listed mandatory course and eight hours of Commission-approved electives.

If you are a new licensee, please remember that completion of the 45-hour post-license curriculum does not relieve you from completing the mandatory course topic(s).

Past Mandatory Course Topics

Initial Licensees Only

1. Post-license Education is a specific 45-hour requirement that must be completed within 180 days from your initial/upgraded license date.

2. Continuing Education is an annual 12-hour requirement that includes hours in mandatory course topic(s) specified by the Commission.

3. In the year completed, your post-licensing education hours may be used to satisfy a portion of the 12-hour annual continuing education requirement; however, post-licensing education hours will not satisfy the mandatory course topic(s) hours specified by the Commission.