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Pre-Registration Phase

The Pre-Registration Learning Path outlines the first phase of the Real Estate Council of Ontario’s (RECO) Real Estate Education Programs. Learners must complete this first phase before applying for registration with RECO. Get started here with the Pre-Registration Phase and complete the courses, exams and simulation sessions sequentially as shown below. You will have a maximum of 24 months to complete pre-registration.

Through an immersive structure that follows the flow of a real estate transaction, courses lay out the fundamentals of the profession and applicable legislative rules and obligations. Mandatory in-person exams and simulation sessions give learners an opportunity to show that they have an understanding of theory and can apply practical skills before advancing to the next course.


Total Program Completion

Please note that counting from the date you gain access to Course 1, learners have a total of 24 months to complete the program.

  • For Courses 1, 2, 3, and 4, you are allowed a maximum of 5 months for each course. As for Course 5, you are allowed a maximum of 1 month.
  • You will note that the maximum number of months for Courses 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 add up to a cumulative 21 months total. The remaining 3 months (for a total of 24 months) are required to schedule and complete your Exams 1, 2, 3, and 4, as well as Simulation Sessions 1 and 2.
  • Prior to registering in any given Course, Exam, or Simulation Session, learners must successfully complete the corresponding pre-requisite. For example, prior to registering in Exam 1, a learner must successfully complete Course 1. Similarly, prior to registering in Course 2, a learner must successfully pass Exam 1; and so on.

Course Extensions

If you do not complete any given course within the allotted maximum access time, you are required to submit a formal extension request that, subject to the exceptional circumstances of your case, may or may not be approved.

If a course cannot be completed by the course's Last Access Date, learners are required to submit a formal extension request that, subject to exceptional circumstances, may or may not be approved. Supporting documentation must be provided when submitting the Course Extension Request Form.

To find the Last Access Date Learners must log into the Learner Portal and access their eLearning Courses.

The First Access Date

  • Learners first gain access to a course on this date.

The Recommended Completion Date

  • In order to stay on track with program progression, this is the date Learners should work towards to complete their course.

The Last Access Date

  • Learners must complete the course by this date.

Once you complete the course, the course materials remain available for 12 months.

If an extension request is not approved, Learners will be required to re-purchase the course.

Regardless of any course extensions, the maximum 24 months to complete the Pre-Registration Phase of the Real Estate Salesperson Program remains in place, starting from the date you gain access to Course 1.

For the Post-Registration phase, regardless of any course extensions, learners must complete all requirements before the end of the initial two-year registration cycle to be eligible to renew registration with RECO.


Program Extensions

An extension may be requested by a learner who is at risk of not completing the Real Estate Salesperson Program within the allowable timeframe (24 months for the Pre-Registration Phase). Extension requests are only approved based on medical, psychological, or compassionate grounds.

While requesting a Program Extension, learners must provide all required documentation listed in the Program Extension Form. Extension applications must be submitted before expiration of a phase or program (but no more than two months prior) and will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. If an extension request is not approved, learners will be required to re-start for the program.

For extension requests based on an accommodation, please see the Accessibility and Accommodations Policy.

Course 1

Real Estate Essentials - eLearning

OVERVIEW

This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of real estate and lays out the role of a salesperson in relation to their obligations under the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002 (REBBA) and its associated regulations, including the Code of Ethics. It also touches on other relevant legislation.

MODULES

This course will cover the contents of the following modules:

  1. Introducing the Real Estate Profession
  2. Introducing the Fundamentals of Real Estate
  3. Introducing Property Ownership, Rights and Limitations
  4. Introducing Land Description and Land Registration
  5. Introducing the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act (REBBA)
  6. Introducing the Key Legislation & Regulations
  7. Introducing Other Relevant Legislation & Regulations

PREREQUISITE

  • Approved application to the Real Estate Salesperson Program

AVERAGE DURATION

40 hours

DURATION RANGE

25 - 60 hours

RECOMMENDED WEEKS TO COMPLETE

4 weeks

COURSE ACCESS TIME FRAME

21 weeks

Exam 1

Invigilated Theory Exam

OVERVIEW

This will be a two-hour in-person invigilated theory exam covering content from Course 1.

EXAM DETAILS

  • Exams are only available for registration up to 7 days prior to an exam date
  • All exams are delivered in an online format at a qualified Testing Centre or by a program approved virtual proctoring service
  • Learners must achieve a minimum score of 75
  • Exam questions will be (4) four-option multiple choice with a single correct response
  • Exam 1 consists of 75 questions

PREREQUISITE

  • Course 1: Real Estate Essentials - eLearning

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SCHEDULING

We monitor learner demand daily and add seats in keeping with resource and timeline considerations. Scheduling decisions involve, for example, advanced planning for proctors to monitor exams. A gentle reminder that once sections are full, they do not appear on the registration system.

In keeping with the process described above, it is important to note that new sections for exams will open continuously, always complying with resource and timeline considerations. If learners notice a new section has opened, they may opt to transfer from an existing section registration to a newly opened section. However, please note that a $50 administration fee does apply to all transfers. For more information please visit the Examination Policy and the Fees, Payments & Refunds Policy.

We hope that the above scheduling insights will help build understanding that there may be ‘buffer’ time required between program elements while keeping in mind the pre-requisite structure. Please see the Real Estate Salesperson Learning Path for more information about program progression.

DELIVERY METHOD

Exam - Online

DURATION

2 hours

FEE

$100

Course 2

Residential Real Estate Transactions - eLearning

OVERVIEW

Following the flow of the real estate transaction, this course details the requirements and processes for listing, selling, and completing residential real estate transactions. Modules explore a variety of topics, including: seller and buyer services; residential dwellings and attributes; advertising and marketing; and the agreement of purchase and sale.

MODULES

This course will cover the contents of the following modules:

  1. Explaining Services Available to a Seller or a Buyer
  2. Documenting Relationships
  3. Understanding Residential Property Types, Ownership, and Planning
  4. Factors Impacting Residential Real Estate Negotiations
  5. The Financial Aspects of the Buying and Selling Process and the Role of Third-Party Professionals
  6. Understanding Residential Construction – Structural Components
  7. Understanding Residential Construction – Mechanical Systems
  8. Understanding Residential Construction – Internal & External Finishes
  9. Preparing to Market a Residential Real Property
  10. How Property Conditions Impact Disclosure Requirements
  11. Property Value and Listing Price Considerations
  12. Listing and Marketing Properties
  13. Showing Residential Properties and Advising on Properties of Interest
  14. The Offer Process and Regulatory Obligations
  15. Introducing a Residential Agreement of Purchase and Sale
  16. Completing a Residential Agreement of Purchase and Sale Including Terms for a Buyer or Seller
  17. Writing Conditions to be Included in an Agreement of Purchase and Sale
  18. Completing a Residential Agreement of Purchase and Sale, Countering an Offer, and Working with Competing Offers
  19. Additional Sale-Related Documents and Other Legal Obligations
  20. Completing Real Estate Transactions

PREREQUISITE

  • Exam 1: Invigilated Theory Exam

FACILITATED REVIEW SESSIONS (optional)

Facilitated Review Sessions (FRS) will supplement learning and provide additional direction on more complex areas of the program. The FRS will be optional to learners looking for additional support and will be available at a modest price. The FRS will be offered virtually or in-person at locations across Ontario, based on demand. The FRS will provide learners with enhanced learning opportunities to support their success. Each FRS runs for three hours covering a number of topics.

FACILITATED REVIEW SESSION DESCRIPTIONS  

 

DELIVERY METHOD

eLearning

FEE

Option 1: $595

Option 2: $875

($595 eLearning + $280 virtual support)

FACILITATED REVIEW SESSION

21 hours (optional)

AVERAGE DURATION

150 hours

DURATION RANGE

70-180 hours.

RECOMMENDED WEEKS TO COMPLETE

10 weeks

COURSE ACCESS TIME FRAME

21 weeks

Exam 2

Invigilated Theory Exam

OVERVIEW

This will be a three-hour in-person invigilated theory exam covering content from Course 2.

EXAM DETAILS

  • Exams are only available for registration up to 7 days prior to an exam date
  • All exams are delivered in an online format at a qualified Testing Centre or by a program approved virtual proctoring service
  • Learners must achieve a minimum score of 75
  • Exam questions will be (4) four-option multiple choice with a single correct response
  • Exam 2 consists of 115 questions

PREREQUISITE

  • Course 2: Residential Real Estate Transactions - eLearning

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SCHEDULING

We monitor learner demand daily and add seats in keeping with resource and timeline considerations. Scheduling decisions involve, for example, advanced planning for proctors to monitor exams. A gentle reminder that once sections are full, they do not appear on the registration system.

In keeping with the process described above, it is important to note that new sections for exams will open continuously, always complying with resource and timeline considerations. If learners notice a new section has opened, they may opt to transfer from an existing section registration to a newly opened section. However, please note that a $50 administration fee does apply to all transfers. For more information please visit the Examination Policy and the Fees, Payments & Refunds Policy.

We hope that the above scheduling insights will help build understanding that there may be ‘buffer’ time required between program elements while keeping in mind the pre-requisite structure. Please see the Real Estate Salesperson Learning Path for more information about program progression.

DELIVERY METHOD

Exam - Online

DURATION

3 hours

FEE

$100

Course 3

Additional Residential Real Estate Transactions - eLearning

OVERVIEW

This course expands on the content presented in the Residential Real Estate Transactions course, exploring how key concepts are applied in other types of residential transactions, including: condominiums; new construction; rural properties; residential multi-family dwellings; and residential leasing.

MODULES

This course will cover the contents of the following modules:

  1. Introducing Residential Condominiums
  2. Preparing to Sell Residential Condominiums
  3. Completing Agreements of Purchase and Sale for Residential Condominiums
  4. Transactions Involving New Construction
  5. Transactions Involving Rural Properties
  6. Transactions Involving Residential Multi-Unit Dwellings
  7. Preparing to Lease Residential Real Properties
  8. Preparing to Lease Residential Condominiums
  9. Completing Agreements to Lease for Residential Tenancies

PREREQUISITE

  • Exam 2: Invigilated Theory Exam

FACILITATED REVIEW SESSIONS (optional)

Facilitated Review Sessions (FRS) will supplement learning and provide additional direction on more complex areas of the program. The FRS will be optional to learners looking for additional support and will be available at a modest price. The FRS will be offered virtually or in-person at locations across Ontario, based on demand. The FRS will provide learners with enhanced learning opportunities to support their success. Each FRS runs for three hours covering a number of topics.

FACILITATED REVIEW SESSION DESCRIPTIONS  

 

DELIVERY METHOD

eLearning

FEE

Option 1: $315

Option 2: $435

($315 eLearning + $120 virtual support)

FACILITATED REVIEW SESSION

9 hours (optional)

AVERAGE DURATION

60 hours

DURATION RANGE

45-110 hours

RECOMMENDED WEEKS TO COMPLETE

5 weeks

COURSE ACCESS TIME FRAME

21 weeks

Exam 3

Invigilated Theory Exam

OVERVIEW

This will be a three-hour in-person invigilated theory exam covering content from Course 3.

EXAM DETAILS

  • Exams are only available for registration up to 7 days prior to an exam date
  • All exams are delivered in an online format at a qualified Testing Centre or by a program approved virtual proctoring service
  • Learners must achieve a minimum score of 75
  • Exam questions will be (4) four-option multiple choice with a single correct response
  • Exam 3 consists of 115 questions

PREREQUISITE

  • Course 3: Additional Residential Real Estate Transactions - eLearning

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SCHEDULING

We monitor learner demand daily and add seats in keeping with resource and timeline considerations. Scheduling decisions involve, for example, advanced planning for proctors to monitor exams. A gentle reminder that once sections are full, they do not appear on the registration system.

In keeping with the process described above, it is important to note that new sections for exams will open continuously, always complying with resource and timeline considerations. If learners notice a new section has opened, they may opt to transfer from an existing section registration to a newly opened section. However, please note that a $50 administration fee does apply to all transfers. For more information please visit the Examination Policy and the Fees, Payments & Refunds Policy.

We hope that the above scheduling insights will help build understanding that there may be ‘buffer’ time required between program elements while keeping in mind the pre-requisite structure. Please see the Real Estate Salesperson Learning Path for more information about program progression.

DELIVERY METHOD

Exam - Online

DURATION

3 hours

FEE

$100

Simulation Session 1

Residential Real Estate Transactions

OVERVIEW

In this simulation session, learners will spend 5 days practicing core activities and tasks related to residential real estate transactions with an experienced real estate professional acting as a coach. The simulation and related assessments will work through all stages of a typical transaction and will cover various property types (for example, single-family homes and condominiums).

The experience will let learners apply knowledge and skills gained from the eLearning portion of the program in realistic simulated interactions.

SIMULATION SESSIONS

Simulation sessions enable learners to apply their knowledge to real-life scenarios. In a structured and interactive classroom environment requiring mandatory attendance, learners will receive coaching and support from facilitators who are expert industry professionals. Responding to an industry ask to gain realistic, real-world experience, build confidence and prepare to enter the profession, the simulations were developed with input from experienced brokers and salespeople and experts in learning and development.

PREREQUISITE

  • Exam 3: Invigilated Theory Exam

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SCHEDULING

We monitor learner demand daily and add sessions in keeping with resource and timeline considerations. Scheduling decisions involve, for example, the advanced planning for the real estate professionals who have been carefully selected as your facilitators. In addition, the complexity around the variability of learner progression means that you may need to wait for both Exams and Simulation Sessions. A gentle reminder that once sections and waitlist(s) are full, they do not appear on the registration system.

In keeping with the process described above, it is important to note that new sections for Simulation Session will open on a continuous basis, always complying with resource and timeline considerations. If learners notice a new section has opened, they may opt to transfer from an existing section registration to a newly opened section. However, please note that a $50 administration fee does apply to all transfers. For more information please visit the Simulation Session Policy and the Fees, Payments & Refunds Policy.

Please also note that the program pre-requisite structure adheres to the requirements indicated by our regulatory body, and it is Humber’s responsibility to ensure compliance. Prior to registering in any given Course, Exam, or Simulation Session, learners must successfully complete the corresponding pre-requisite. For example, before registering in Exam 1, a learner must successfully complete Course 1. Similarly, before registering in Course 2, a learner must pass Exam 1; and so on.

We hope that the above scheduling insights will help build understanding that there may be ‘buffer’ time required between program elements while keeping in mind the pre-requisite structure. Please see the Real Estate Salesperson Program Path for more information about program progression.

DELIVERY METHOD

Simulation - Online

FEE

$750

DURATION

35.5 hours

Simulation Session 1

Remediation Day

OVERVIEW

If you are unsuccessful in the Simulation Session assessments, you must participate in a remediation day. Registration into an available remediation day session is required and a separate fee applies. The remediation day is eight hours and comprises two parts and breaks throughout the day. The remediation day session will start with a review session. After the review session, you will re-take the assessment. You must achieve a minimum cumulative passing score of 75 percent in order to pass the Simulation Session.

SIMULATION SESSIONS

Simulation sessions enable learners to apply their knowledge to real-life scenarios. In a structured and interactive classroom environment requiring mandatory attendance, learners will receive coaching and support from facilitators who are expert industry professionals. Responding to an industry ask to gain realistic, real-world experience, build confidence and prepare to enter the profession, the simulations were developed with input from experienced brokers and salespeople and experts in learning and development.

PREREQUISITE

  • Simulation Session 1: Residential Real Estate Transactions

DELIVERY METHOD

Simulation - Online

FEE

$50

DURATION

6.5 hours

Course 4

Commercial Real Estate Transactions - eLearning

OVERVIEW

This course introduces learners to the unique requirements and processes for listing, selling and leasing various types of commercial properties—including office, retail, industrial and agricultural properties—as well as brokering the sale of businesses. Modules explore a variety of topics, including: commercial construction; requirements for different types of commercial transactions; and, how to prepare contractual agreements.

MODULES

This course will cover the contents of the following modules:

  1. Introducing Commercial Real Estate
  2. Understanding Commercial Construction
  3. Identifying Requirements for Office and Retail Properties
  4. Preparing to Sell Office and Retail Properties
  5. Preparing to Sell Commercial Condominiums
  6. Identifying Requirements for Industrial Properties
  7. Preparing to Sell Industrial Properties
  8. Showing Office, Retail or Industrial Properties and Advising on Properties of Interest
  9. Completing Agreements of Purchase and Sale for Office and Retail Properties
  10. Completing Agreements of Purchase and Sale for Commercial Condominiums
  11. Completing Agreements of Purchase and Sale for Industrial Properties
  12. Preparing to Lease Office, Retail and Industrial Properties
  13. Transactions Involving Commercial Leasing
  14. Transactions Involving Development Land and Farms
  15. Transactions Involving Brokering the Sale of a Business

PREREQUISITE

  • Simulation 1: Residential Real Estate Transactions

FACILITATED REVIEW SESSIONS (optional)

Facilitated Review Sessions (FRS) will supplement learning and provide additional direction on more complex areas of the program. The FRS will be optional to learners looking for additional support and will be available at a modest price. The FRS will be offered virtually or in-person at locations across Ontario, based on demand. The FRS will provide learners with enhanced learning opportunities to support their success. Each FRS runs for three hours covering a number of topics.

FACILITATED REVIEW SESSION DESCRIPTIONS  

DELIVERY METHOD

eLearning

FEE

Option 1: $315

Option 2: $475

($315 + $160 virtual support)

AVERAGE DURATION

70 hours

DURATION RANGE

60-140 hours

RECOMMENDED WEEKS TO COMPLETE

6 weeks

COURSE ACCESS TIME FRAME

21 weeks

Exam 4

Invigilated Theory Exam

OVERVIEW

This will be a three-hour in-person invigilated theory exam covering content from Course 4.

EXAM DETAILS

  • Exams are only available for registration up to 7 days prior to an exam date
  • All exams are delivered in an online format at a qualified Testing Centre or by a program approved virtual proctoring service
  • Learners must achieve a minimum score of 75
  • Exam questions will be (4) four-option multiple choice with a single correct response
  • Exam 4 consists of 115 questions

PREREQUISITE

  • Course 4: Commercial Real Estate Transactions - eLearning

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SCHEDULING

We monitor learner demand daily and add seats in keeping with resource and timeline considerations. Scheduling decisions involve, for example, advanced planning for proctors to monitor exams. A gentle reminder that once sections are full, they do not appear on the registration system.

In keeping with the process described above, it is important to note that new sections for exams will open continuously, always complying with resource and timeline considerations. If learners notice a new section has opened, they may opt to transfer from an existing section registration to a newly opened section. However, please note that a $50 administration fee does apply to all transfers. For more information please visit the Examination Policy and the Fees, Payments & Refunds Policy.

We hope that the above scheduling insights will help build understanding that there may be ‘buffer’ time required between program elements while keeping in mind the pre-requisite structure. Please see the Real Estate Salesperson Learning Path for more information about program progression.

DELIVERY METHOD

Exam - Online

DURATION

3 hours

FEE

$100

Simulation Session 2

Commercial Real Estate Transactions

OVERVIEW

In this simulation session, learners will spend 4 days practicing key aspects of commercial real estate transactions with an experienced real estate professional acting as a coach. The simulation and related assessments will work through all stages of a typical commercial transaction and will cover various property types (for example, industrial, retail/office, commercial condominiums). This simulation will focus on parts of the commercial transaction that are different from what is done in a residential context.

SIMULATION SESSIONS

Simulation sessions enable learners to apply their knowledge to real-life scenarios. In a structured and interactive classroom environment requiring mandatory attendance, learners will receive coaching and support from facilitators who are expert industry professionals. Responding to an industry ask to gain realistic, real-world experience, build confidence and prepare to enter the profession, the simulations were developed with input from experienced brokers and salespeople and experts in learning and development.

PREREQUISITE

  • Exam 4: Invigilated Theory Exam

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SCHEDULING

We monitor learner demand daily and add sessions in keeping with resource and timeline considerations. Scheduling decisions involve, for example, the advanced planning for the real estate professionals who have been carefully selected as your facilitators. In addition, the complexity around the variability of learner progression means that you may need to wait for both Exams and Simulation Sessions. A gentle reminder that once sections and waitlist(s) are full, they do not appear on the registration system.

In keeping with the process described above, it is important to note that new sections for Simulation Session will open on a continuous basis, always complying with resource and timeline considerations. If learners notice a new section has opened, they may opt to transfer from an existing section registration to a newly opened section. However, please note that a $50 administration fee does apply to all transfers. For more information please visit the Simulation Session Policy and the Fees, Payments & Refunds Policy.

Please also note that the program pre-requisite structure adheres to the requirements indicated by our regulatory body, and it is Humber’s responsibility to ensure compliance. Prior to registering in any given Course, Exam, or Simulation Session, learners must successfully complete the corresponding pre-requisite. For example, before registering in Exam 1, a learner must successfully complete Course 1. Similarly, before registering in Course 2, a learner must pass Exam 1; and so on.

We hope that the above scheduling insights will help build understanding that there may be ‘buffer’ time required between program elements while keeping in mind the pre-requisite structure. Please see the Real Estate Salesperson Program Path for more information about program progression.

DELIVERY METHOD

Simulation - Online

FEE

$600

DURATION

28 hours

Simulation Session 2

Remediation Day

OVERVIEW

If you are unsuccessful in the Simulation Session assessments, you must participate in a remediation day. Registration into an available remediation day session is required and a separate fee applies. The remediation day is 6.5 hours and comprises two parts and breaks throughout the day. The remediation day session will start with a review session. After the review session, you will re-take the assessment. You must achieve a minimum cumulative passing score of 75 in order to pass the Simulation Session.

SIMULATION SESSIONS

Simulation sessions enable learners to apply their knowledge to real-life scenarios. In a structured and interactive classroom environment requiring mandatory attendance, learners will receive coaching and support from facilitators who are expert industry professionals. Responding to an industry ask to gain realistic, real-world experience, build confidence and prepare to enter the profession, the simulations were developed with input from experienced brokers and salespeople and experts in learning and development.

PREREQUISITE

  • Simulation Session 2: Commercial Real Estate Transactions

DELIVERY METHOD

Simulation - Online

FEE

$50

DURATION

6.5 hours

Course 5

Getting Started - eLearning

OVERVIEW

This course guides learners on how to launch their careers, with a focus on topics, including how to obtain and maintain registration and insurance, and strategies for how to select a brokerage for employment.

MODULES

This course will cover the contents of the following modules:

  1. Obtaining and Maintaining Your Registration and Insurance
  2. Exploring Areas of Focus and Choosing a Brokerage

PREREQUISITE

  • Simulation 2: Commercial Real Estate Transactions

AVERAGE DURATION

5 hours

DURATION RANGE

3-8 hours

RECOMMENDED WEEKS TO COMPLETE

1 weeks

COURSE ACCESS TIME FRAME

4 weeks

How to Register for an Exam

How to purchase and book an exam

Watch the video to learn how to register for an exam  

 

Steps To Purchase And Book An Exam

*  You must complete Steps 1 and 2 in order to secure a seat for your exam.

 

Step 1: Purchase an Exam

  1. Click on Search.
  2. In the results returned, find a Date where your preferred Exam Centre location is available.
  3. Click on Purchase an exam for this date and complete the purchase.

Step 2: Book an Exam

Get Further Detailed Instructions  

  1. Once purchase of the exam is completed, click on Learner Portal in the main navigation.
  2. Click on My Exams.
  3. Click on Select an Exam Centre.
  4. Choose an Exam Centre from the dropdown list.
  5. Click Next.
  6. Select the Date of the exam section.
  7. Select a Timeslot.
  8. Click on Book Timeslot.

 

How Do I Confirm My Exam is Booked

To confirm an exam booking, log into the Learner Portal and select My Exams. You will be able to verify your exam date and time, and the location of the booking.

 

I am Unable to Book An Exam. The System Keeps Giving Me a Validation Error Message. What Do I Do

An error message may appear for the following reasons:

  • Learner has not successfully completed the prerequisite course prior to an exam booking. To ensure you have completed the course, log into the Learner Portal, go to My Enrollment History to view course status.
  • There are pending purchases in your shopping cart. To rectify this, log into the Learner Portal to clear any pending purchases. Once the cart is clear, you can proceed with an exam purchase.

 

How to Register for a Course

Watch the video to learn how to register for a course

Watch the video to learn how to register for a course  

 

How Do I Access Courses Once it is Completed

To access completed courses, log into the Learner Portal and select My Enrollment History. There will be two tabs: Enrolled and Completed. Select the Completed tab to access the courses.

<See: How to Access Completed Courses>

 

I Am Unable to Register for a Course/I Keep Receiving An Error Message Info

An error message may appear for the following reasons:

  • Learner does not have an Approved Application. To check the status of your application, log into the Learner Portal, go to My Applications to view standing.
  • Learner has not successfully completed/pass the prerequisite examination to be eligible to register for the subsequent course. To ensure you meet the prerequisite for course registration, log into the Learner Portal, go to My Enrollment History to view exam status.

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