KW Southwest – Post Licensing
This page is designed for and to be used by KW Southwest Licensees ONLY –
KW Southwest pre pays for all of their licensees to attend and complete all required post licensing education. There will be several prompts with this page and the registration process wherein the student will confirm that they are in deed a licensed currently licensed under KW Southwest at the time of enrollment. Students who use this page and are not licensed under KW Southwest will have their certificates of education invalidated.
KW Southwest agents should ONLY use the enrollment links within this page below. KW Southwest agents should not enroll in Nevada Real Estate Continuing Education or Nevada Real Estate Post Licensing through general enrollment links. Use the enrollment links within this page below.
Nevada Real Estate Post Licensing Education
Key Realty School offers 30 hour in class courses for real estate Post Licensing education in Las Vegas (3 Las Vegas locations) and Reno Nevada. The Post Licensing course is designed for students completing their first year education requirements only. Students completing renewal requirements after the first 12 month term are encouraged to view the real estate continuing education programs available.
Post Licensing MUST be done in class (unless a post exemption is met). The post licensing course is a practical training program designed to provide attending students with information directly relative to the field and practice of real estate in Nevada. The course is broken into 10 sessions which includes a total of 15 modules. Students who enroll in the post licensing program will be sent an active calendar that allows the student to select the date time and location for the course sessions / modules. Most students take the entire 30 hour seminar in one 3 or 4 day course offering but students are permitted to stagger the sessions based on the necessity of the renewal hours and their timeline. Click here to examine the public calendar
- Buyer Representation
- Equity and Cost Sheets
- Agency Relationships
- Property Management
This course is specifically designed to maintain a student’s understanding of the real estate field and sales process as they progress through their first year of license. The course will provide practical insight into specific situations and how to better serve their clients throughout both the listing and sales process. Nevada requires the student to sign in and out a total of 30 hours to receive the certificate for the post licensing education. Therefore, this course is an attendance required clock hour course. Students may complete the 30 hour course in one session or in multiple sessions. Students taking the course in multiple sessions / months should maintain a personal record of course dates attended.
Once enrolled, the student will be sent an active calendar that allows the student to select the date, time and location of the course offerings. The public calendar only shows classes available wherein if the class is full it would not be reflected on the public calendar. Click here to examine the post licensing public calendar.
Students who only need specific modules may elect to take these specific module within the course calendar.
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