Haw. Code R. § 16-99-87 - Definitions
Current through February, 2022
As used in this subchapter:
"Beyond professional entry" means the course objectives involve learning outcomes which help the licensee develop more than minimal entry level competency in the subject matter of the course including consumer protection in real estate transactions.
"Certified" means that the commission has made a determination that the course or course offering satisfies all requirements prescribed by statutes and rules.
"Clock hours" means sixty minutes of classroom instructions excluding time for registration and other non-instructional matters.
"Consumer protection" means course content relating to section 467-14, HRS, or section 16-99-3.
"Continuing education" means clock hours of core courses and elective courses that involve areas designed to improve a licensee's competency or professional standards and practice, and 'which courses are determined by the commission to exceed minimum entry level competency in the subject matter of the course, including consumer protection in real estate transactions.
"Continuing education hours" means the mandatory hours as required in section 467-11.5, HRS.
"Core" course means a mandatory continuing education course or course offering certified and designated as a "core" course by the commission that each individual licensee must complete to satisfy the continuing education hours requirement.
"Completion of course" means licensee's orderly attendance throughout the entire course.
"Course and course offering" means a continuing education module of instruction certified by the commission, consisting of a minimum of three clock hours and a maximum as the commission may determine.
"Disciplined by the real estate commission" means the commission's issuance of a final order in which a licensee is found in violation of a specific real estate law or rule; or means a commission approved settlement agreement in which a licensee admits to violating a specific real estate law or rule.
"Elective" course means a continuing education course or course offering certified by the commission that an individual licensee may choose to complete to satisfy the continuing education hours requirement.
"Instructor" means an individual who teaches continuing education_courses.
"Material change" means a significant deviation, in one or more aspects from the course as originally certified by the commission including a change in course length or clock hours, but not including changes designed to reflect recent changes in statutes, regulations, or case law.
"Professional standards and practice courses" means course content relating to real estate professional development that improves real estate competency of the licensee or for the benefit of the real estate consumer, or both.
"Provider" means any person, partnership, association, corporation, limited liability company, educational organization, school, or other entity which sponsors, offers, organizes, develops, delivers, or provides for the instruction of a real estate continuing education course.
"Registered" means a person, partnership, association, corporation, limited liability company, educational organization, school, or other entity has submitted all required documentation for registration as a provider and that the documentation satisfactorily supports the provider's administrative ability for delivering continuing education courses.
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