Haw. Code R. § 16-99-101 - Courses not acceptable for continuing education course certification

Current through February, 2022

The commission may not certify a continuing education course, or any portion thereof, which:

(1) Does not directly relate to real estate law or real estate practice;
(2) Is related to passing a prelicense real estate salesperson or broker exam;
(3) Teaches general office skills, such as word processing, basic internet skills, computer software or other technology, personal motivation, and time management;
(4) Includes sales or promotions of a product or service or other meetings held in conjunction with general real estate brokerage activity;
(5) Is devoted to meals or refreshments;
(6) Is less than three clock hours in duration; and
(7) Does not meet the definition of continuing education as determined by the commission.


Haw. Code R. § 16-99-101
[Eff and comp 2/25/91; am and comp 5/21/01] (Auth: HRS §§ 467-4, 467-4.5, 467-11.5) (Imp: HRS §§ 467-4.5, 467-11.5) Am and Comp 12/19/2016

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