Arizona Real Estate Continuing Education Courses
Arizona's continuing education requirements are exacting – credits must fall into certain topics. At Agent Campus by 360training, we make your CE as simple to earn as we can. Choose from continuing education packages that fulfill Arizona's mandates, or mix it up with our extensive collection of approved a la carte courses. Plus, our courses are 100% online and available on your mobile device, for your convenience. Start today!
Our School ID number is S13-0009.
Arizona Continuing Education Packages
Arizona 24 Hour CE Agent Renewal Package
Satisfy all of Arizona’s sales agent continuing education requirements online.
Arizona 30 Hour CE Broker Renewal Package
Meet all CE requirements as a designated or delegated associate broker.
Complete Arizona Continuing Education Coursework Online
The Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE) requires you to renew your real estate license every two years (24 months). You need to meet a minimum number of continuing education hours with an approved provider, and those hours must be distributed across specific categories.
Our packages are designed to make your CE foolproof and convenient. You'll meet ADRE's exacting requirements—whenever you have time, wherever you have internet access.
Just select the right package for your license type.
The Broker CE Package is required for Designated Brokers, Self-employed Brokers, or Delegated Associate Brokers.
Everyone else can use the Agent CE Package.
Meet Real Estate CE Requirements with Courses that Interest You
ADRE's continuing education hours must include
- 3 hours of agency law
- 3 hours of contract law
- 3 hours in legal issues
- 3 hours in fair housing issues
- 3 hours on disclosure
- 6 hours in elective topics
Both need to complete courses on Commissioner's Rules, as well. For sales agents, this consists of a single 3-hour course. For brokers, this consists of 3 Broker Management Clinics that are 3 hours a piece.
If our packages don't work for you, check out our a la carte courses. We have plenty of additional courses you can use to build your own CE.
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Arizona Broker Management Clinic # 1
Focuses on the fundamental statutes and rules of managing a brokerage.
Arizona Broker Management Clinic #2
Focuses on the importance of having and enforcing a broker policy manual.
Arizona Broker Management Clinic #3
focuses on the duty of the designated broker to supervise.
ARIZONA CE Real Life Real Estate: Arizona Commissioner’s Rules
Update your knowledge of Arizona's real estate regulations and legal rulings.
Arizona Contract Law
Avoid liability with a better understanding of Arizona contracts and contract law.
Contracts, Purchases and Sales Agreements
Protect yourself from oversights and misunderstandings as a real estate professional.
An overview of deeds and legally enforceable contracts for real state professionals.
Estimating Gross Living Areas For Residential Properties
Covers the calculation and measurement of square footage for residential properties.
Understand the basic requirements of the property inspection and responsibilities of
Learn more about residential and commercial leasing in real estate.
Liens, Taxes, and Foreclosures
Learn about debts that attach to real estate and the issues that may result.
Understand the basic functions and day-to-day activities of a property manager.
Real Life Real Estate: Arizona Agency Law
Review the details of Arizona agency law and consider real-world agency issues.
Real Life Real Estate: Arizona Disclosure Issues
Study real-life real estate disclosure dilemmas, laws, and legal precedents.
Tax-Favorable Real Estate Transactions
Titles and Records
Understand the procedures for legally documenting property ownership.
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What You Get
Certificate of completion
100% online, available 24/7
Arizona real estate license
At your own pace, save progress as you go
24 hours every 2 years for Agents
30 hours every 2 years for Brokers
Content is updated and current
You can look us up on ADRE’s website. Our School ID number is S13-0009.
How fast can I get through Continuing Education courses?
ADRE requires you to spend at least as much time in each course as the approved credit hours. ADRE also says can’t spend more than 9 hours per day doing coursework.
This means the 24-hour agent package requires at least 3 days to complete. The 30-hour course requires at least 4 days.
What is the deadline for completing my continuing education courses?
ADRE requires that renewal applicants:
- Review all personal and contact information to ensure all data is accurate and up to date.
- Answer all questions on the Disciplinary Actions Disclosure (LI-214/LI-244) and provide additional documents where the answer to any question is 'yes'.
- Sign the renewal application if using a paper form.
- Confirmation of broker sponsorship (renewed or hired).
- Include additional forms and fees where required if applying for changes to the license.
- Submit proof of legal presence if applying online.
- Submit the required hours of approved CE courses. Licensees are encouraged to submit CE credit when the course is completed instead of waiting until the end of the license cycle.
All requirements must be completed within 24 months of your last license issue date.