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Real-estate-agents-brokers California 45 4 Year "SALESPERSONS RENEWING FOR THE FIRST TIME Real estate salespersons renewing an original license for the first time, must complete 45 clock hours of CalBRE-approved continuing education consisting of: Five separate three-hour courses in the following subjects: Ethics, Agency, Trust Fund Handling, Fair Housing, and Risk Management; and A minimum of 18 clock hours of consumer protection courses; and The remaining clock hours required to complete the 45 hours of continuing education may be related to either consumer service or consumer protection courses. BROKERS RENEWING FOR THE FIRST TIME Real estate brokers renewing an original license for the first time with an expiration date on or after 1/1/2016 or who are renewing on a late basis on or after 1/1/2016 must complete 45 clock hours of CalBRE-approved continuing education consisting of: Six separate three-hour courses in the following subjects: Ethics, Agency, Trust Fund Handling, Fair Housing, Risk Management, and Management and Supervision; and A minimum of 18 clock hours of consumer protection courses; and The remaining clock hours required to complete the 45 hours of continuing education may be related to either consumer service or consumer protection courses. SALESPERSONS AND BROKERS - SECOND and SUBSEQUENT RENEWALS For subsequent renewals, all real estate brokers and salespersons with an expiration date on or after 1/1/2016 or who are renewing on a late basis on or after 1/1/2016 must complete 45 clock hours of CalBRE-approved continuing education consisting of: One eight-hour survey course covering the six mandatory subjects (Ethics, Agency, Fair Housing, Trust Fund Handling, Risk Management, and Management and Supervision) OR licensees can choose to take each of the mandatory subjects separately; and A minimum of 18 clock hours of consumer protection courses; and The remaining clock hours required to complete the 45 hours of continuing education may be related to either consumer service or consumer protection courses." http://www.dre.ca.gov