Mandatory Ethics Training
Quadrennial Ethics Training
All REALTOR® members are required to complete 2.5 hours of Code of Ethics training per four-year cycle. We are currently in the Third Training Cycle, January 1, 2009, through December 31, 2012.
Failure to comply with this required ethics training is a violation of a membership duty, for which the member’s primary association will suspend membership until the training is complete.
The only REALTORS® exempt from this requirement are REALTORS® with REALTOR® Emeritus status.
Appraisers or Attorneys must meet this membership requirement and are not exempt.
NOTE: This is a National Association of REALTORS® mandate.
There are multiple ways to complete your Quadrennial Ethics Requirement:
Outer Banks Association of REALTORS® Orientation
If you have completed your association orientation course in the current cycle you have fulfilled your requirement.
National Association of REALTORS®
Online Training Course The course can be completed in one session (approximately 2 1/2 hours), or completed in parts within 30 days from the start. After each Quick Review Quiz, the course can be exited and started again with the next lesson. Failure to complete a Quick Review Quiz prior to exiting the course will require that lesson be taken over. Individuals have 30 days from the original start date to complete the entire course without having to re-register and start from the beginning.
You will need your NRDS number to access the course, as our site links to the NAR site. Please contact the OBAR to obtain this number.
Use the link below to access the on-line Quadrennial REALTOR® Ethics Training course developed by the National Association of REALTORS®. The course meets all learning objectives and criteria for the Quadrennial Ethics Training Policy (Policy Statement 48, NAR Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual).
Other Real Estate Schools
If you have done any of the following, fax your course completion certificate, course transcript or class roster to 252-441-4036 so we can report your compliance to NAR:
- Taken an approved ethics course from another real estate school
- Taken an ethics course from a trainer in your Broker office
- Received your GRI designation after 12/31/04 (the end of the last Quadrennial)