CPE Deadline is Monday, June 15th
The instructions to enroll in the online CPE course, including how to look up your licence number, are located HERE:
Any licensee that does not complete their course by June 15th will have their licence suspended until the course is completed and have to pay $200+HST to have their licence reinstated.
Provided COVID-19 restrictions do not increase, the Commission plans to start the salesperson licensing exams beginning on June 18th. Exams will be held in the Commission office only. Access Nova Scotia offices are not available at this time. Exams will be scheduled based on their completion date of the salesperson licensing course. Those that have been waiting the longest to write will be the first eligible to write. Individuals who were registered for the April exam will be contacted to schedule an exam time. Individuals who have not registered for the exam, register using the Exam Registration Procedure below.
To clear the backlog of salesperson exams, there will be morning and afternoon writings held on the following dates:
June 18, 19, 20
June 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27
After which, salesperson and broker exams will be scheduled in accordance with demand.
Exam Registration Procedure
- Applicants must use the updated exam application for the month of June on our website. It has been modified for the current circumstances.
- By 4pm the day prior to the exam, the applicant must complete a COVID-19 screening declaration.
- Applicants with symptoms at the time of screening or who develop symptoms the day of the exam are not eligible to write.
- On the day of the exam, applicants will be required to use hand sanitizer and wear a mask before entering the office. Masks will be supplied.
- Applicants who are unable to wear a mask due to medical reasons must email the Registrar prior to their exam date to make alternate arrangements.
Anyone who has travelled outside of the province is not eligible to write the exam until they have self isolated in Nova Scotia for 14 days.
Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms will not be permitted to write until they have tested negative for COVID-19 or have been symptom free for 10 days. This is of the utmost importance. If the office is exposed to COVID-19, the office will need to close for deep cleaning and the staff who were present will have to self isolate for 14 days. This will, in turn, disrupt all subsequent exam writings.
Annual General Meeting Today
Join us at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Commission to be held this morning, May 28th, beginning at 10am.
The meeting will be held virtually using the Zoom platform and we will review the work of the Commission in 2019.
At 10am click HERE to join the meeting.
AGM Chair Reports
To view the Chair and Committee reports in advance of the meeting, see the Commission’s Annual Report.
- Call to Order
- Introduction of 2019 Board of Directors
- Special Guests
- Q&A Explainer
- Chairperson’s Report
- Licensing Committee
- Discipline Committee
- Complaints Review Committee
- Finance Committee
- Recovery Fund
- Commercial Committee
- Education Committee
- Thank You
- Open Forum
Annual General Meeting May 28th
Radon Awareness for Real Estate CPE Deadline
Licensees have until June 15th to complete the online mandatory course, Radon Awareness for Real Estate, which is administered by the Lung Association. Any licensee that does not complete their course by June 15th will have their licence suspended until the course is completed and have to pay $200+HST to have their licence reinstated.
Information Sheet from the Nova Scotia Department of Health
The Nova Scotia Department of Health has developed a COVID-19 information sheet for licensees. View and download the notice HERE.
The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) is now in its second month. The CERB needs to be applied for monthly. You can apply or reapply through Service Canada or Canada Revenue Agency. Learn more about the CERB and apply/reapply HERE.