To view and register for our online or available classroom/webinar courses, click on the catalog below. Once in the catalog, you can click on the course details page for information about the course, fees and more.
PLEASE NOTE: OUR OFFICE IS CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAY ON DECEMBER 23RD & 24TH AND JANUARY 1ST. THERE WILL BE A SLIGHT DELAY IN ENROLLMENTS ON ANY COURSES PURCHASED DURING THAT TIME. THOSE ORDERS WILL BE PLACED ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.
DEADLINE FOR ONLINE CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES:
KREC COVID EXTENSIONS: It was announced that the State of Emergency is planned to end on January 15, 2022. PLE, CE and CORE Requirements - extended the deadlines until the State of Emergency is concluded, plus thirty (30) days. State of Emergency is lifting on January 15th, 2022 the new deadline will be February 14, 2022.
If you are a licensee that took advantage of the extensions, you will want to make sure you are caught up on your 2020 and 2021 education requirements. You can click here or login into your KREC eServices portal to see what you still need.
KREC COVID EXTENSIONS
PLE, CE and CORE Requirements - extended the deadlines until the State of Emergency is concluded, plus thirty (30) days. State of Emergency is lifting on January 15th, 2022 the new deadline will be February 14, 2022. If you are a licensee that took advantage of the extensions, you will want to make sure you are caught up on your 2020 and 2021 education requirements. You can click here or login into your KREC eServices portal to see what you still need.
Broker Licensing Requirements - extended the deadlines until the State of Emergency is concluded, plus forty-five (45) days. State of Emergency is lifting on January 15th, 2022 the new deadline will be March 1, 2022. Licensees working towards their broker's license need to be aware that the Pre-licensing education (96) hours will no longer be counted as hours towards obtaining their broker's license. If a licensee is planning to use those hours, the licensee would need to obtain their brokers license by the time the state of emergency lifts, plus forty-five days. If they are not licensed yet, at that time and have already taken their PSI exam, the PSI exam results may become void, additional education required, as well as possibly having to submit a new background check.
E&O Administrative Fee ($10) - extended the deadline only until the State of Emergency is concluded. State of Emergency is lifting on January 15th, 2022, which is then the new deadline. Most licensees probably paid the $10 E&0 Administrative processing fee when they renewed, but if not, the licensee could become canceled if not paid by the deadline of January 15th, 2022. Licensees should check their KREC eServices portal account, under the "Miscellaneous Fee" section to ensure they do not owe this fee.
Webinar & Classroom Education
For the Classroom/Webinar Courses, Early Bird registration pricing is 2 weeks prior to the course starting and then regular registration pricing begins. Registration closes three business days prior. To find out the dates on when the pricing changes and the course registration closes, you can click on the course details link below the course in the catalog. Classroom walk-ins are no longer accepted. Registration must be done online prior to closing.
For the Online Courses, If attending a live classroom or webinar course does not fit your schedule, Kentucky REALTOR® Institute offers online education options as an alternative. These courses are available to give you the ability to take courses on your schedule at your own pace, anytime and anywhere. Jump online, instead of in your car, and take time out of your schedule to complete your required education. Education has never been this convenient! View the online catalog at the top of the page to see our variety of online courses that are available 24/7 and can be saved at any time throughout the course.
When you register for an online course, you will be placed in the course within 1-2 business days and provided a welcome email with instructions on how to start.
Please keep in mind, you must complete and successfully pass a final exam for any online course you take. This is a requirement for every course for every provider per Kentucky regulations. If you do not pass the final exam after a total of three attempts, you will not receive credit for the course.
When registering you will be required to provide your current license number (not the legacy number). If you don’t know your license number, you can find it here, on the KREC website. Please check your license number to make sure it is correct. The number you provide is the number that will be reported to KREC.
Kentucky REALTOR® Institute has 10 business days (except after December 21st) from the date of classroom/webinar or online course to report education credits to KREC. You can look up your education credits and license status online through the Kentucky Real Estate Commission Database.
*By registering for any of the classroom/webinar and online courses, you acknowledge and agree to the terms and conditions outlined in KRI's Policies and Procedures and the information in each of the course details links under the course(s) you purchase.
Kentucky Mandatory Continuing Education & Kentucky CORE Requirements
Per new regulatory rules, providers will not be given additional reporting and upload time. Licensees taking courses after December 21st of the calendar year may be subject to a cancelled license and will be assessed a $1,000 (new regulation) fine from KREC. There are no exceptions. We are advising all licensees to complete all required education prior to December 21st to ensure you will be reported before December 31st.
Per KRS 324.046, Licensees have to complete twelve (12) hours of continuing education each biennial license period. Six (6) of the twelve (12) hours must be in KREC-approved law courses. Six (6) hours MUST be completed by December 31st of the first year of the renewal period, three (3) of which must be in law. Licensees who take more than six (6) hours during the first year of the renewal period CAN use those excess hours towards the second year in the renewal period. Example: A licensee takes Core and an ethics course in 2020, totaling nine (9) hours of education in 2020. The licensee only has to complete three (3) hours of CE in 2021 to comply. This provision went into effect on January 1st, 2020.
The courses must be sponsored or approved by the Kentucky Real Estate Commission (KREC). Kentucky requires a state-specific continuing education course (the Kentucky Core Course) to be completed by all active licensees subject to continuing education once every four years. Visit the KREC website for more information or check your education status through the Kentucky Real Estate Commission Database. KRI offers both classroom/webinar and an online Kentucky Core course. You can find those by clicking on the catalogs above.
Kentucky REALTOR® Member Requirements
REALTOR® Code of Ethics
The Code of Ethics cycle required by NAR began on January 21, 2019. The deadline for this cycle is December 31, 2020.
NAR's Board of Directors approved a change to the Code of Ethics training requirement, extending it from every two years to every three years. This extends the current cycle deadline from Dec. 31, 2020, to Dec. 31, 2021. REALTORS® are required to complete ethics training of not less than 2 hours, 30 minutes of instructional time. The training must meet specific learning objectives and criteria established by the National Association of REALTORS®. Training may be completed through REALTOR® associations or through another method, such as home study, correspondence, classroom courses, or online courses that are approved. Read the consequences of failing to complete the Code of Ethics training.
KRI offers classroom/webinar courses throughout the year or you can take it online. To determine if the course is approved for NAR Ethics Credit, you will see a little gold box next to the name of the course or within the course details page. Once an approved NAR Ethics course is taken, you must submit the certificate for proof to your local board as they will upload it into NRDS.