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Late CE 1 Hour CA-DFPI SAFE: California State Law Continuing Education (12561) (#13478)

Course Access: Lifetime
Course Overview

Late CE 1 Hour CA DFPI SAFE: California State Law Continuing Education (12561) [NMLS #13478]

Course Format: Online / Self-Paced
Credit Hours: Late 1 Hour CE
NMLS Approval #13478

Late CE is for MLO’s looking to make-up CE hours for from
2010 – 2021. As a licensed MLO the SAFE ACT requires licensed MLO’s to take
annual continuing education and when an MLO fails to do so, MLO’s must take a
SAFE late CE course approved by the NMLS. Usually, this is an MLO who is
returning to the business as a licensed MLO where the application process for a
license requires you to satisfy any CE deficiencies for the last year you were

Late CE courses are configured such that upon completion, course
credit will be retroactively applied to 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016,
2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 or 2010, depending on the needs of the particular

The content for this course is the same as course ID 12561 and is intended to
satisfy CE requirements for 2010-2021. MLOs who take this course are prohibited
from taking Course ID 12561
in 2022. This  Late continuing education elective course is approved by the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) (#13478) and meets the California Department of Financial Protection & Innovation’s requirement for one (1) hours of CA Defined Electives.  Licensees must complete a minimum of eight (8) hours of certified continuing education (CE) in order to renew licenses. The education must include at least:

    • Three (3) hours of federal law and regulations;
    • Two (2) hours of ethics which includes fraud, consumer protection, and fair lending issues;
    • Two (2) hours of non-traditional lending;
    •   One (1) hour of CA Defined Electives.

This California Late 1 Hour CE course meets California’s requirement for 1 hour of instruction on California mortgage law and will focus on key provisions of the California Financing Law and the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act.