Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection, License Services Division
Real estate licensees are required to complete 12 hours of Department of Consumer Protection approved continuing education every two years in the even-numbered years.
Registrants who pass the 40-question Connecticut Continuing Education Examination will receive credit for continuing education for the current two-year renewal period.
Certificate of Course Completion
A signed Certificate of Completion will be forwarded to you within three weeks of completing a course. You must retain original certificates for three years in case you are selected for audit by the Department of Consumer Protection.
For the current renewal period, brokers are exempt from requiring continuing education credits if they have passed their original Promissor licensing examination between 4/1/2006 and 3/31/2008.
For the current renewal period, salespersons are exempt from requiring continuing education credits if they have passed their original PSI licensing examination between 6/1/2006 and 5/31/2008.
For more information about continuing education requirements, please contact the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection by telephone at (860) 713-6050, by fax at (860) 713-7239, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at:
Department of Consumer Protection
License Services Division
165 Capitol Avenue
Hartford CT 06106
Courses available from CE Network meet the minimum requirements set forth by the Department of Consumer Protection/Real Estate Commission. Continuing education credits are only available upon successful completion of all course requirements.
See our online catalog of offerings, or call CE Network at 1-866-444-1123 now to find out more.
You can also visit their website at http://www.ct.gov/dcp.