Every three (3) years the Colorado Real Estate Commission requires that Colorado realtors complete the following continuing education in order to renew their licenses:
4-Hour Real Estate Commission update (required every year)
12 hours of additional continuing education of your option (courses must be approved by the Colorado Real Estate Commission – when in doubt, contact the TAR office)
Total: 24 hours
Yes. Not in addition but within the requirements above, the Telluride Association of REALTORS® (TAR) requires that all new members complete a minimum 6-hour course of instruction on the Code of Ethics within seven months after your professional development period ends. After the seven months, all continuing members must complete a Professional Standards course alternately with a minimum 4-hour course of instruction on the Code of Ethics every two (2) years (new for 1/1/2017).
Yes. TAR provides the 4-Hour Ethics Review and Professional Standards courses for continuing members and the 4-Hour Commission update for those members renewing their license with the Real Estate Commission. TAR provides each of these courses at least once a year. *Due to the sunset of the GRI program, the 6-Hour required Ethics course – called Ethics and Professional Practice is now only available online via vaned.com (however, you still have 1 full year to complete this course from the initial date of your TAR enrollment).
Unfortunately, in order to receive credit for a course, you must be in attendance within 15 minutes of the start time. If you are late, you may still attend with the understanding that you will not receive credit for that course.
Check out the education page on the TAR website frequently for courses offered here and in the area, or call the TAR office at 970.728.5172.
Yes. Logon to www.vaned.com or CE Shop and take almost all coursework on-line.
For additional frequently asked questions, logon to https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dora/node/92821