Administration and Enforcement
The following materials from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® are designed to assist local associations in the administration and enforcement of the training requirement.
If your association has suggestions about materials to add or would like to contribute resources, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NRDS Reports for Code of Ethics Training: Instructions (PDF)
Use these reports to view not only members who have completed NAR's online ethics training, but any existing REALTOR® or REALTOR-ASSOCIATE® member who has taken any form of ethics training (including classroom courses) that meets the required learning objectives and criteria and has been recorded in NRDS. The reports can be set up to view only existing REALTOR® and REALTOR-ASSOCIATE® members that still need to complete training, or only existing REALTOR® and REALTOR-ASSOCIATE® members that have taken training.
REALTOR® Code of Ethics Training Overview
Learning objectives, possible delivery vehicles, and a sample topical outline for current-member training
New-Member Code of Ethics Orientation Overview
Learning objectives, possible delivery vehicles, and a sample topical outline to train new members
New and Existing Member Ethics Training Requirements
Answers common questions about the requirements; courses; tracking and recordkeeping; enforcement; and association responsibilities
2013 Code of Ethics/Professional Standards Policy Changes
Highlights the latest changes to the NAR Code of Ethics and professional standards procedures. It can be included as part of any REALTOR® Code of Ethics Training Requirement classroom course.
- Ethics Training Cycles
“Suspension of Membership” Policy
Refer to this policy when a member does not complete the Code of Ethics Training Requirement
- Check Completion of NAR's Online Ethics Training
- NRDS Course Codes and Numbers
Suggested Field in Member Record
View an example of how an association uses its membership records to track compliance
- Video: Panel discussion of how AEs can best administer the requirement