Once licensed, all licensees must complete a 25-hour Post-License Course within the first twelve months of becoming
licensed. There are many post-license programs available, but the most recommended ones teach you how to be an agent
(pre-license does not do this).
Throughout licensure, active and inactive licensees are required to take CE classes to maintain their license; 24
hours of CE classes every four years (if you're already licensed, click here to
check your hours). If a licensee fails to complete CE on-time, additional fees may be charged by GREC to
reinstate the license.
A side note: The law says that if a person completes post-license training within one year prior to becoming
licensed, that person will receive credit for post-license training once they are licensed. The only caveat being
that no CE credits accompany that post-license credit because the person was not licensed at the time of the
training. If a person is licensed at the time they take post-license class, they will receive six hours of CE credit
toward their four-year requirement of 24 CE hours.