OAR Education


OAR strives to be the market leader in Oregon real estate education by providing the highest value business, legal, and legislative information for continuing education and professional development of our members.

Professional Development is generally classified as any training or education that doesn't qualify for Continuing Education credit through the Oregon Real Estate Agency (OREA) but is still a valuable skill or asset to have as a real estate professional, business owner, or sales person. Continuing Education courses are defined as classes that meet the OREA standards for CE and thus can be used to fulfill your licensing requirements.


We at OAR offer many professional development courses to continually build upon your knowledge base as sales and management real estate professionals. These can include leadership courses, tech seminars, motivational speakers, designations, etc.


OAR offers CE throughout the year in various locations across the State. We aim to hold at least one webinar a month that brings timely information impacting your business. In 2016, we brought back the GRI after a hiatus. That will include all new OAR core courses and designations offered locally, all across the state! We have 13 OAR core GRI courses that count for CE and GRI credit. The courses can be taken if you would like to earn the GRI designation OR simply learn important real estate business and earn CE credit. Check out the calendar for current courses. 

Rules & Requirements

The Oregon Real Estate Agency (OREA) mandates that all real estate licensees must take a minimum total of 30 continuing education (CE) hours, per renewal period. This includes a 3 hour Law & Rule Required Course.  Read the OREA CE Brochure. The OREA is your resources for any question regarding renewing your license, CE requirements, CE rules, etc. 

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CE Certificates

Following each OAR CE course, CE certificates will be available via your Member Profile within a week.

If the course was not hosted by OAR, you will need to follow-up with the appropriate Certified Provider for questions.

We have provided this quick reference guide with directions on completing and tracking your 30 hours of CE each renewal period using the OREA record-keeping form and OAR certificates.

Past Courses
OAR only has records of the courses you have taken with us. If you have taken a course with another Certified Provider, you need to follow-up with them for questions.