Code of Ethics Training

Mandatory Training & Tribunal Qualification

Live Triennial Ethics Training

Each Realtor member of the association is required to complete ethics training every 3 years. Failure to satisfy this requirement will be considered a violation of a membership duty and you will be suspended until you complete the training.

On-Line Quadrennial Ethics Training – Residential & Commercial Practitioners

Use the links 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. Now the on-line course offers the ability to customize the content for members working in either residential or commercial real estate. When registering you’ll be asked to choose the appropriate course track, residential or commercial.

Live New Member Ethics Training

Each quarter the Board Office hosts a new member orientation program, from 9:00 – 4:30 p.m. The program covers association services, MLS and Board rules, contracts, forms, legal and environmental issues and wraps up with a 2 1/2 hour session on the Code of Ethics. Seating is by invitation only, and only can be attended by applicants that have already submitted an application for membership. Please refer to the calendar of events below for scheduled times.

On-line New Member Ethics Training

This on-line course, developed by the National Association of REALTORS®, meets all learning objectives and criteria for the New Member Code of Ethics Orientation Policy. While this course does satisfy the Quadrennial Training Requirement, all new agents must still attend the new member orientation program, which includes 2 1/2 hours of live instruction on the Code of Ethics.

Professional Standards Tribunal Training

Annually, the Board offers a session for members interested in serving on the Professional Standards or Grievance Committees. The training covers the ethics and arbitration process for volunteers and highlights examples from the initial filing of a complaint to the appeal process. All members are encouraged and welcome to attend. To find out our next scheduled Professional Standards Tribunal Training, visit our Events Calendar.