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New Texas education hour requirements question

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Brad Coburn

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I took the 75 hour appraisal course and 15 hour USPAP course 1 1/2 years ago to become a trainee. I'm going to be filing for State Licensure in March but in Texas the 150 hour education requirements have already gone into effect.

I'm a bit lost on what 60 hours of courses I need to take in order to fulfill the education requirement. I took the original 90 hour course on careerwebschool.com so I called them but they told me I needed to check with the state. I thought I'd ask here before delving into the TALCB phone nightmare.

These new rules are confusing me. Any help or advice is greatly appreciated.
 

Mike Plumlee

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It's my understanding that you can still license under the current (old) set of requirements until October 31, 2008 IF you submitted prior to October 31, 2007. I would call the nice lady in Austin and check it out.
 

Brad Coburn

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Thank you both for your replies I will definitely check into that Oct. 31st date.
 
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