Continuing education and specialty knowledge can help boost your salary and client base. The National Association of REALTORS® and its affiliated Institutes, Societies, and Councils offers a wide selection of real estate training options, from webinars to a Masters of Real Estate degree.

This list is the one place to find information about all the designations, certifications, courses, seminars, community program and online education. 

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Continuing Education

Center for REALTOR® Development Online Courses

Many of the courses offered online by NAR are available through the Center for REALTOR® Development.

If you've started or signed up for an online course through the Center for REALTOR® Development, you can log in here to continue.

Code of Ethics Training

Code of Ethics Training
All REALTORS® are required to complete ethics training of not less than 2 hours, 30 min. of instructional time within a two-year cycle. The training must meet specific learning objectives and criteria established by the National Association of REALTORS®, and must be repeated each cycle, to ensure that members will understand and abide by NAR’s strict code of ethics and standards of practice.

Training for Association Executives

Self-Study Programs for Association Executives
These courses and resources can help association executives increase their knowledge of and skill in REALTOR® association management.

These programs include:

  • REALTOR® Association Management (RAM)
  • Advanced REALTOR® Association Management (ARAM)
  • Advanced Administrative Concepts Course on Professional Standards

Education at NAR Meetings

National Association of REALTORS® Conferences and Meetings
NAR offers a wealth of education and training opportunities at its meetings for members and leadership:

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2020 Census

The decennial census is important for all REALTORS® because completing the 2020 census means more resources for businesses and communities.

Coronavirus

NAR continues to monitor and respond to concerns about COVID-19 (coronavirus) and its impact on the real estate industry and events.