COLORADO CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

Licensed brokers must satisfy the continuing education requirement before applying to renew an active license, to activate an inactive license or to reinstate an expired license to active status. Licensed brokers may satisfy the entire continuing education requirement through one of the following options:

(a) Completing twelve hours required in annual 4-hour increments developed by the Commission and called the "Annual Commission Update" course. Licensees choosing this option must complete an additional 12 hours of elective credit hours to meet the 24 hour total continuing education requirement during the license period.

(b) Each licensee must take the 4-hour Annual Commission Update course (different versions) three times during each license period. A licensee may not take the same version of the Annual Update Course more than once during each license period.

(c) Completing the Commision-approved 24-hour "Broker Transition" course. [This option is permitted once to each licensee in lieu of the requirements of rule B-2(a)].

(d) Completing the Commission-approved 24-hour "Brokerage Administration" course. [This option is permitted once to each licensee in lieu of the requirements of rule B-2(a)].

(e) By passing the Colorado portion (state part) of the licensing exam.