What is mandatory continuing education (MCE)?

Reminder: RECO’s Mandatory Continuing Education (MCE) courses are all available online via MyWeb.
 

RECO’s MCE program provides registrants with current information to support registrant foundational knowledge to protect Ontario real estate consumers, thereby enhancing confidence in the profession.

The MCE program delivers current content that:

    • focuses on industry issues
    • expands regulatory knowledge
    • promotes leading practices

RECO fully supports and encourages professional development beyond the scope of the MCE program.


In your first two years of registration, there are additional, in-depth courses that must be completed.

After you complete your first registration cycle, you must complete the Mandatory Continuing Education (MCE) program within every two-year registration cycle.

RECO Mandatory Continuing Education Courses include one update course and two electives.

MCE requirements are completed online and can be accessed on MyWeb.

After logging into MyWeb, click “Dashboard.” Under “Education”, click “Pay Now” to make the required payment using Visa or MasterCard. After completing the payment, click “Dashboard.” Under “Education”, click “Mandatory Continuing Education” to access your courses.

When returning to the site, login via MyWeb, click “Dashboard” and under “Education”, click “Mandatory Continuing Education”.

Your progress will be saved automatically. Completed courses will appear in your MyWeb account under “Dashboard”, “Education”.

Click here for more information about the MCE program.


RECO is committed to accommodating registrants with disabilities who require an extension to meet their educational requirements. Click here for more information.


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