TX RE Broker Responsibilities (2023-2024)

  • 6 Hour Course
  • $30.00

This 6-hour course will fulfill your continuing education requirements for broker responsibility training, which will cover one-third of the 18-hour CE requirement for license holders. This course will address delegated supervisors, ensuring competency, especially in regard to proper form usage, and licensee training issues among others. You will still be required to complete 8 hours of legal updates and 4 hours of electives. 

This course covers the duties and responsibilities of a broker in many areas of work, including:

  • Delegated supervisors
  • Ensuring competency 
  • Competency with forms
  • Training and coaching
  • Use of the Consumer Protection Notice (CPN) 
  • Use of the Information About Brokerage Services (IABS)
  • Supervision of teams and team naming
  • Advertising regulations 

When looking at the subject of competency, students will learn to perform work within their scope of knowledge and be competent in the work they do. Students must also be able to evaluate their associated licensees’ competency levels and assist them through proper training and mentoring. A major focus is on competence in the use of the proper forms.

The overall balance of the course will focus on additional broker responsibilities such supervision and proper naming of teams, and advertising guidelines. But we'll spend a good deal of time on succession planning as well as TREC enforcement and discipline, so sign up today and get your renewal under way.

  • Course ID(s): 44547
  • Approved By: Texas Real Estate Commission

Instructor Bio

Phyllis Goodrich real estate instructor

Phyllis Goodrich has been a certified real estate teacher since 1999. Her accomplishments in the field of Real Estate education are numerous and include things such as the CREI Designation from the Texas Real Estate Teachers Association, a CDEI designation from the International Distance Education Certification Center, and the At Home with Diversity Instructor Certification through the National Association of Realtors. In addition to her own courses Phyllis reviews Qualifying classes for publishers, reviews CE classwork for publishers, and is the author of the pre-license classes for salesman and brokers in Texas.