§16-99-58(d)(1) (d) The proposed amendment will require that an instructor candidate shall take and pass the instructor exam with a minimum passing score of eighty-five percent and adds the requirement that the instructor hold an unencumbered Hawaii real estate broker’s license.
(1) Hold a current and unencumbered Hawaii real estate broker's license, have at least three years full-time experience in real estate in Hawaii, and fulfill the present experience requirement for a Hawaii broker's license;
(1) Hold a current Hawaii real estate broker's license, have at least three years full-time experience in real estate in Hawaii, and fulfill the present experience requirement for a Hawaii broker's license;
§16-99-58(g) The proposed amendment will remove the requirement of an instructor exam as a condition of recertification every three years. The new proposed language also clarifies circumstances which an instructor may not be certified. The repeal of recertification examination requirement for instructors was approved by the commission at its October 10, 2006 Education Review Committee meeting.
(1) Disciplined by the commission or any state or by any licensing regulatory body for fraud, misrepresentation, or deceit in connection with the sale, purchase, exchange, or property management of any interest in real estate or for any other conduct substantially related to the practice or profession of real estate; or
(2) Convicted of a crime which substantially relates to the profession of teaching or to the pfactice or profession of real estate.