Are you confused about your CE Requirements for your Oklahoma License? You are not the only one. The Oklahoma Real Estate Commission (OREC) states:
“Any Broker who holds or has held a license type of Broker Manager (BM), Proprietor Broker (BP), or Branch Broker (BB) during any portion of their current license term shall be required to successfully complete the Broker in Charge course as approved by the Commission consisting of fifteen (15) clock hours, or its equivalent, as approved by the Commission. In addition, to complete the continuing education requirement of twenty-one (21) clock hours such broker shall complete at least two (2) of the six (6) required subject matter, equal to at least six (6) clock hours. (6) Any broker that lapsed or renewed inactive in their previous license term or current license term who applies for reinstatement or activation and held in their previous or current license term the license type of Broker Manager (BM), Proprietor Broker (BP), or Branch Broker (BB) must complete the Broker in Charge course and two (2) of the six (6) required subject matter equal to at least six (6) hours prior to their license being reinstated active or reactivating.
In other words…
Once you receive your Oklahoma Broker License
WHAT ARE THOSE 21 HOURS…
2 OF THE 6 REQUIRED COURSE CATEGORIES TOTALING 6 CLOCK HOURS & 15 BROKER IN CHARGE HOURS
That being said, a Broker in Charge class is scheduled for March 13th and 14th. It will not be offered again until September, so be sure to register!
All of OKCMAR courses will indicate the CE Type and the amount of hours you will receive after the completion of the course. Should you have any questions regarding your CE and license, please call the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission at (405) 521-3387. OKCMAR is also available to assists you with any questions you may have regarding CE. For a complete list of OKCMAR’s CE Courses, please visit: https://okcmar.org/calendar/category/education-calendar/.