NMLS-Approved Pre-License – Technical Requirements

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20-hour SAFE Comprehensive PE - Pathway to Success | Webinar

A student enrolled in our 3-day Live Webinar course will be required to participate in the online class and will need the following:

  • Personal computer – Windows running Windows 7 or later or Mac running OS X 10.12 or later
  • Webcam - NMLS requires webinar attendees to be visible on camera from at least the shoulders up for the deration of the course instruction.  Students who are unable to comply will be removed from the webinar.
  • Internet Connectivity – A broadband/high-speed connection is required
  • The latest version of a major web browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, or Microsoft Edge)

The course delivery system used for the live webinars is Adobe Connect. Although this application allows students to log in to the course on a mobile device, all the interactive features required to satisfy course requirements are not available on the mobile platform. Students must participate using a desktop or laptop computer as the NMLS does not currently approve courses for use on mobile devices.

20-hour SAFE Comprehensive PE - Fundamentals of Residential Mortgage Lending | Online Instructor-Led

A student enrolled in our Online Instructor-Led course will be required to participate in the online class and will need the following:

  • Personal computer – Windows or Mac computer and run any modern browser such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Safari.
  • Internet Connectivity – A broadband/high-speed connection is required
  • Must have JavaScript enabled, be configured to accept cookies, allow pop-up windows (turn off popup blocking), and have the Adobe Flash Player installed.

Real Estate Institute has partnered with ProU.net to offer the Online Instructor-Led program as they have the technology needed for a program of this kind. Students must participate using a desktop or laptop computer as the NMLS does not currently approve courses for use on mobile devices.

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