Florida Real Estate Continuing Education Courses

Want to knock out your Florida continuing education for real estate online? Agent Campus by 360training has what you need. We're approved by Florida's real estate commission. Classes are mobile-friendly and self-paced. Start now!

Our provider ID is ZH1002174.

Complete Florida Continuing Education Coursework Online

Aside from your first renewal as a salesperson or broker (which requires a post-license course, instead), the Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) requires 14 hours of continuing education (CE) to qualify for license renewal.

Those 14 hours are due every 2 years and must be completed with an approved provider like us. Our online coursework is self-paced and convenient. Study from home or on your phone, stop and start when you need to, and never lose your place.

Meet Real Estate CE Requirements with Courses that Interest You

Whether you're a salesperson, a broker, or a broker's associate, the CE requirements are the same.

Your CE must include a 3-hour update of Florida laws, 3 hours of Business Ethics, and 8 hours of specialty credit. Build your own continuing education curriculum from our a la carte courses!

Upon completion of each CE course, we'll provide a certificate of completion for your records. We'll also report your credits to FREC.

Need to Know


What You Get

Certificate of completion


Course Format

100% online, available 24/7


Required Pre-Requisites

First renewal complete


Course Structure

At your own pace, save progress as you go


Renewal Requirements

14 hours every 2 years


Course Update

Content is updated and current 

Regulatory Information

Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation Division of Real Estate

Phone: 850-4871395

Website URL:

Address: 2601 Blair Stone Road

City: Tallahassee

State: FL

Zip: 32399


How do I know you're a FREC-approved course provider?

You can look us up on FREC's website. Our provider ID is ZH1002174.

What is the deadline for completing my continuing education courses?

Everyone in Florida has to renew their license every 2 years. Expirations either fall on March 31st or September 30th – you can find your expiration on your license or through FREC's portal.

Your renewal application has to be electronically submitted or postmarked before midnight EST of your expiration. If the expiration falls on a holiday or weekend, the renewal period is extended to midnight EST of the next business day.

If any of the paperwork fails to reach FREC by the deadline, your license will lapse into an inactive status and you could be subject to late fees or reactivation terms.

Why learn with us


We’ve been trusted by millions of learners to provide their regulatory-approved training.


You get simple to follow course content that you can access anytime, anywhere.


We're here for you with online chat and toll-free phone support.


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