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NAR Requires Code of Ethics Training Cycle VI

 All NAR members must complete at least 2.5 hours of Code of Ethics training (not necessarily CE) during Cycle VI between January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2020.  You must complete Code of Ethics training during this time frame, regardless of when you last completed it.**

List of Members that NEED Code of Ethics Cycle V

IF YOU HAVE TAKEN THIS CLASS during Cycle VI with a provider other than NOMAR:

  • email certificate or proof of attendance to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax to (504) 888-1812.

IF YOU HAVE NOT TAKEN IT yet during Cycle VI:

  • Live Class at NOMAR for CE credit: Check our calendar to find an offering and register.
  • Live Class for CE Credit from Other Providers: Bayou Title, Title Stream, Crescent Title, Delta Title, and Choice Title all offer live Code of Ethics courses for CE. Be sure to send NOMAR a copy of your completion certificate.
  • Online Class for CE Credit from Other Providers: Choose an LREC-approved online course provider who offers REALTOR® Code of Ethics.  Be sure to send NOMAR a copy of your completion certificate.
  • Online Class, No CE Credit, Free: Complete the training offered by NAR here. Choose Course for Existing Members (Free), as this course is not approved in Louisiana for CE credit. 

Remember, you do not have to complete Code of Ethics as part of your CE! CE hours are a matter of licensure and therefore under the purview of LREC.  Code of Ethics training is a requirement of your membership in the National Association of REALTORS®. 

**If you are a NOMAR member with an appraiser license only, you may submit proof of completion of USPAP between January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2020 for ethics training fulfillment.  If you hold both an appraiser license and a real estate license, USPAP certificates are not accepted as ethics training fulfillment.  Please be advised that NOMAR ethics CE courses are not approved for appraiser CE with the LREAB.

For more information on the ethics training requirement for existing members from the National Association of REALTORS®, click here.  For more information on the ethics training cycles, click here.

 

Printable Registration Forms

Continuing Education classes are free to NOMAR members during the 1st, 2nd & 3rd quarters.  Non-members are charged $10 per credit hour for NOMAR CE classes.  Non-REALTORS® are charged $15 per credit hour for NOMAR CE classes.  NOMAR members can register online.  RESERVATIONS ARE NOT TAKEN OVER THE PHONE.  Should you need to cancel your reservation, please give us at least 24 hour notice, via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Verbal cancellations are NOT accepted.  "No shows" will be charged a $20.00 no show fee or forfeit tuition, whichever is greater.  Certificates are issued after class. Duplicate certificates will be $10.  To ensure your personal comfort, please bring a sweater or light jacket to class.

Non-Member CE Registration Form

Online CE Classes

   
  ONLINE CE NOW AVAILABLE   
 

Louisiana REALTORS® can now take
LREC approved CE classes
online through NOMAR and LR!

 
     
 

There are two providers, McKissock and The CE Shop.

 
     
 

McKissock offers 25 classes that range from approximately $30 for 3 hours to $59 for 7 hours of instruction.  Additionally, they have an 8 hour package for $44.

 
     
 

The CE Shop offers 14 classes.  Prices start at $20 for 2 hours and go to $60 for 6 hours.  They also have a package of 8 hours that costs $69.

 
     
 

Select either 
McKissock

http://www.McKissock.com/CommonForms/SearchCourses/searchResults.aspx?PartnershipID=5QAv9PPBlfU%3d

 
     
 

or
The
 CE Shop

http://larealtors.theceshop.com/online-education/louisiana/real-estate/broker-and-sales-license/continuing-education/courses.html

 
     

Annual CE Requirements

2019

Continuing Education Requirements

Louisiana Real Estate Commission

For 2019, LREC has mandated that all licensees complete the 4-hour 2019 Mandatory - LREC Updates and Addenda by December 31, 2019.  The mandatory topic course may be completed live or online.  If you are a new licensee, please be advised that the mandatory topic course is not part of your 45-hour post-license cirriculum; you must complete the mandatory topic course in addition to your post-licensing courses.

Broker licensees must complete an additional mandatory topic, the 2019 Broker Mandatory, as part of their 12 hours of continuing education.  This course may be completed live or online.  The deadline for completion is December 31, 2019.

 

Twelve hours of continuing education are required by December 31, 2019 and must include the relevant mandatory topic course(s).  If you are a new licensee, please see https://lrec.gov/current-licensees/salesperson-broker/post-licensing-education-requirements/ and https://lrec.gov/current-licensees/salesperson-broker/continuing-education-requirements/ for more information on the CE hours you must complete.                                                                                  

(NOTE:  The LREC does not allow licensees to receive credit for attending the same continuing education course from the same vendor in the same year.)

 

National Association of REALTORS®

NAR does not require any specific continuing education courses.

However, NAR does require 2.5 hours of Code of Ethics training during every two-year cycle.  (Cycle VI:  January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020)  You must complete Code of Ethics training during this time frame, regardless of when you last completed it.

How to Complete the Training:
1.  You may take it for CE with NOMAR.
2.  You may take it for CE with a different provider (send certificate to NOMAR upon completion); OR
3.  You may take it for free on NAR's website https://www.nar.realtor/about-nar/governing-documents/code-of-ethics/code-of-ethics-training (Code of Ethics Course for Existing Members, Free).  This training course is not approved for CE in Louisiana.

UPDATE:  NAR no longer accepts the USPAP in place of COE.  Appraisers must also complete the COE for each cycle.

 

New Orleans Metropolitan Association of REALTORS®

Currently, NOMAR does not require any specific courses.

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General Information

The LREC strongly recommends that you keep your CE certificates for three (3) years in a file that is readily accessible.   There is no need to send the LREC copies of your certificates, as they receive class attendance reports directly from CE providers.  NOMAR does not track your CE, so there is no need to send NOMAR your certificates. The LREC is the entity that requires twelve (12) hours of CE each year. 

NAR requires Code of Ethics Training once per cycle, and they require you to prove successful completion to your local association (NOMAR).  NAR requires NOMAR to keep a record of your completion of this course. When you complete your ethics training from a provider other than NOMAR, you must provide NOMAR a copy of your certificate or other documentation issued by the provider.

 

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