Early on, ACRE recognized the unique challenge of developing and implementing standards for provincial/territorial-based real estate education, while also providing for cross-jurisdictional recognition of prior education and experience. As a result, The National Code of Real Estate Education (the Code) was developed.
The Code uses a competency-based approach to education. This means that real estate registration/licensing education programs are expected to address the specific knowledge and skills needed for daily practice within the real estate industry.
The Code is recognized by regulatory bodies as a minimum standard for registration/licensing education. It provides the criteria for administering national education standards for real estate practitioners in Canada and for assessing educational credentials between provincial/territorial jurisdictions.
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