Insurance Ethics: Making the Right Decisions - NC
Insurance Continuing Education in North Carolina
3 credit hours
If purchased today, this course must be completed by:
December 31, 2023 (335 Days)
In this course we will look at the agent's fiduciary responsibility to clients; the agent's obligations to the insurer/employer; and also at the laws and regulations relating to ethical practice in the field of insurance. At the conclusion of the course, you will understand what your duties and obligations to your clients are, and what personal and legal consequences come as a result of a breach of responsibility. You will also understand your obligations to the insurer you represent, and to the agency for which you work. Further, you will be familiar with the role of the NAIC in regulating insurance ethics; with the state laws governing insurance, and with a lengthy list of unfair trade practices as defined by law.
Rules for North Carolina Insurance Continuing Education
- Course material may not be downloaded.
- Exam is closed book.
- Licensees will receive credits only once for a course completed in the licensee's current compliance period regardless of the number of times the same course is taken.
- The state of North Carolina requires intermittent security checks to validate the individual taking the course is the individual also taking the final exam.
- The state of North Carolina requires providers to restrict access to the final exam until a student has completed the course material in its entirety. As such we have put in place a Course Material Verification code which can be found on the last page of your course materials. This code will be required prior to accessing the final exam.
- The state of North Carolina has placed a great emphasis on approving self-study/online courses for appropriate credit amounts. As such they now require that students spend the approved amount of time reviewing course material prior to accessing the final exam. In this state, a timer is in place on your course material that will restrict access to the final exam until all material has been reviewed for the approved credit hours.
- The state of North Carolina charges an additional fee of $2.05 per credit hour.