No. Real estate schools are NOT responsible for submitting your credits to the Department. Upon completing your courses, it is your responsibilty to report your Continuing Education (CE) courses to Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE).
To report your CE courses, you have to log on to the Department’s website through this link: https://az.gov/webapp/dre and select the option to record Continuing Education (CE) credits. You will need your license number for you to log in.
Enter the Course Number and Completion Date of the CE courses taken during the current CE Period. The Course Numbers and Completion Dates are located on your CE completion certificates. If filing for renewal within one year after the license expiration date (the “grace year”), enter continuing education classes taken during the last 24 months of the license period or during the grace year.
If the system returns an error message and information entered matches what is on the certificate, contact Customer Support through this link: http://www.360training.com/support or call 877 881 2235 to verify the course number and credit category.
Please note the following:
· To renew a real estate license the licensee MUST possess certificates for ALL of the required courses and categories.
· Filing a false or misleading application is grounds for license revocation or suspension, and assessment of a civil penalty.
· Complete and enter all the required hours for one CE period before any courses are attributed to a subsequent CE period. CE for more than one CE period at a time cannot be entered.
· The course number from each certificate should be entered only one (1) time, even if it covers more than one (1) category.
· When licensee’s business is exclusively commercial properties, a substitute for the Fair Housing requirement may be claimed by contacting the department prior to renewing the license.
Also, please be advised that as per Commissioner’s Rule R4-28-402(C) – “NO MORE THAN 9 credit hours of CE may be entered on any one calendar day”.
Please feel free to contact Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE) for further concerns.