Education

RECO’s education programs ensure Ontario’s real estate professionals have the required knowledge, skills and competencies to assist buyers and sellers.

In Ontario, real estate professionals must follow a learning path to become registered and to maintain registration.

  • Become a Salesperson

    To become a registered real estate salesperson in Ontario, you must complete registration education courses administered on behalf of RECO by Humber College.

  • Become a Broker

    To become a registered real estate broker in Ontario, you must complete registration education courses administered on behalf of RECO by the Ontario Real Estate Association Real Estate College.

  • Articling

    Once you have registered with RECO, you must complete additional education courses to receive permanent registration.

  • Mandatory Continuing Education

    After the articling period, you must complete continuing education every two years.

  • RFP: Mandatory Continuing Education Program Review

    RECO is undertaking a holistic and transparent review of its Mandatory Continuing Education (MCE) Program.

  • Vision for Registration Education

    RECO’s vision would reshape registration education so that aspiring registrants are able to “hit the ground running” when they enter the real estate profession.

  • Related Information

    Information related to education requirements can be found here.

  • Informed Consent and Liability Waiver Release

    Informed Consent and Liability Waiver Release for Participation in RECO Webinar conducted by The Streaming Network on behalf of RECO,… Read more »


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