REALTORS® are required to complete ethics training every two years.  Current cycle January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2020

Between January 1, 2019, and December 31, 2020, every REALTOR® is required to complete 2 1/2 hours of Code of Ethics training. REALTORS® who have completed this training as a requirement of membership in another association are not required to complete additional ethics training until the next two-year cycle.

Courses
Listed below is a list of courses that have been approved and accepted by all of the boards and the State Association that meet your NAR Mandatory Ethics Training. We will continue to add classes to this list as they become available.

  • The Code of Ethics: Our Promise of Professionalism (0497R)
  • Unethical& Unlawful Use of Media (0975R)
  • Tech Ethics: The Code of Ethics, Social Media and Technology (1033R)
  • Online  - The CE Shop
  • Online- VanEd
  • Local boards are authorized to determine if the class meets NAR learning objectives. 

You can also take the Mandatory Ethics Training online at NAR for FREE.  You will not receive any continuing education credits for taking the training.

Q&A: Ethics Training Requirements for New and Continuing Members

Violation
Failure to meet the requirement will result in suspension of membership for the first two months (January and February) of the year following the end of any two (2) year cycle until the requirement is met, whichever occurs sooner. On March 1 of that year, the membership of a member who is still suspended as of that date will be automatically terminated.


Association
Every board and association is required to provide access to necessary ethics training programs either locally, in conjunction with other boards and associations, or through other methods (including, but not limited to, home study, correspondence courses, or internet-based instruction). Any training offered pursuant to this requirement must meet the learning objectives and minimum criteria established by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® from time to time.  Local boards are authorized to determine if the class meets NAR learning objectives.