- There is a difference between post-licensing and continuing education.
- Post-licensing is designed for a first time licensee who has never had a real estate license before.
- Broker-salespeople who
submitted a certified license history (i.e. were licensed in a state other
than Nevada) with their Nevada application don't need post-licensing.
These licensees take continuing education.
- If you were licensed in another state when you applied for your Nevada real
estate license, you can take continuing
- If you have already renewed
your Nevada real estate license at least once, you don't need post-licensing.
You can take continuing education.
- If you were licensed in Nevada within 5 years of your current salesperson's
license, you don't need post-licensing. You can take continuing education.
- Post-licensing is designed for original licensees; renewing first year
licenses. The delivery method is by live-classroom only. If
you have a salespersons license and don't fall under any of the situations
previously stated; you will
need to take post-licensing during your first year of licensing. Post-licensing is
mandatory for ORIGINAL licensees only.
- Continuing education can be completed by any delivery method;
live-classroom, correspondence, on-line, etc. We offer it by
correspondence and on-line. Even though continuing education can be completed by any delivery method, new regulations require most licensees to complete a percentage of their continuing education in a live classroom.
- The Nevada Real Estate Division has posted the following page for information: