Vermont Insurance CE


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Are you an approved provider of CE in Vermont?

Yes. Our Vermont state approval number is: 107483.

How long will it take to have my credits processed?

Most students will have their credits processed the same day on which we receive their signed affidavit, issued upon completion of their final exam. If an affidavit is received outside of our normal business hours, these credits will be processed on the morning of the next business day. Once your credits have been successfully filed, you will receive a notification email that also contains your Certificate of Completion.

Do I need a proctor during my exam?

Vermont insurance continuing education requires an impartial third-party proctor be present during your final exam. The proctor cannot be a friend, relative or co-worker of the licensee, nor anyone with a financial interest in the exam result.

What are the requirements for my course's final exam?

Self-study final exams are closed book. Licensees may not refer to the course material while the exam is in progress.

The final exam must be passed with a score of 70 percent or higher to receive credit. Students have unlimited attempts to pass the exam.

Are there filing fees in Vermont?

A roster fee of $1.50 per credit is required to process course credits in this state. This fee will be added to your order total during checkout and is then sent by us to the state upon completion.

Are there time limits on my course or exam?

No. You may spend as much time with the course material as you feel necessary, and you may come and go from that material as often as you like. There is no time limit on our exams, however all exams must be completed within one sitting. Once started, if an exam is abandoned for any reason you will need to begin that exam from the beginning when you next return.

Do take special note that every course has an expiration date, which is based on both the state approval and your website purchase date. In order to receive credit you must complete the course before that expiration date.

What are the resident CE requirements in Vermont?

Producers

24 CE hours*, including 3 hours of ethics, are required every 2-year license term.

*See Special Training/Education Requirements below.

 

Special Training/Education Requirement

Long-Term Care (LTC) Insurance

  • Initial 8-hour LTC training requirement: Producers licensed to sell LTC insurance products in Vermont after March 31, 2010, must complete a one-time initial 8-hour NAIC LTC training course before they can sell, solicit, or negotiate LTC Products. 2 hours must contain Vermont-specific information including Vermont Medicaid information. 

  • Ongoing 4-hour LTC training requirement: After completing the 8-hour initial training requirement, producers must complete 4 hours of LTC training on or before March 31 of odd-numbered calendar years.

Flood Insurance

  • Producers with Property and Casualty authorities who write flood insurance must complete a one-time 3-hour training class on flood insurance and the National Flood Insurance Program. 

What are the non-resident CE requirements in Vermont?

A nonresident Vermont producer is deemed to have satisfied the CE requirement if they are in good standing in their state of residence.  Regarding Vermont-specific LTC training, see Special Training/Education Requirements below.

 

Special Training/Education Requirement

Long-Term Care (LTC) Insurance

  • Initial 8-hour LTC training requirement: Producers licensed to sell LTC insurance products in Vermont after March 31, 2010, must complete a one-time initial 8-hour NAIC LTC training course before they can sell, solicit, or negotiate LTC Products.  Note: 2 hours must contain Vermont-specific information including Vermont Medicaid information. 

  • Ongoing 4-hour LTC training requirement: After completing the 8-hour initial training requirement, producers must complete 4 hours of LTC training on or before March 31 of odd-numbered calendar years

  • Vermont Medicaid and the Long-Term Care Partnership Program: Nonresidents who have completed another state’s qualified LTCP course will need to complete a 2-hour Vermont specific Medicaid course.

When do I need to have my CE completed?

The license term is 2 years ending March 31 in odd-numbered years.

May I re-take a course for credit that I have already completed successfully?

Courses may not be taken for credit more than once in a 2-year license term.

Is there a CE carryover allowance in Vermont?

Carryover of excess CE credit hours is not allowed.

Are there any CE exemptions in Vermont?

The following are exempt from CE requirements:

  • Producers licensed less than 2 years at the time of first renewal.
  • Limited Line Representatives, including Title Insurance, Travel Accident, and Travel Baggage Insurance
  • Nonresident licensees in good standing with their home state
  • Property and Casualty adjusters
  • Public adjusters
  • Crop adjusters
How may I contact the state of Vermont?
Vermont Department of Financial Regulation
Phone: 802-828-3301
Fax: 802-828-3306
Email: BISHCA.ProducerLicensing@state.vt.us
 
Mailing Address:
Vermont Department of Financial Regulation
89 Main St. Drawer 20
Montpelier, VT 05620-3101
 
Sircon
Phone: 877-876-4430
Fax: 404-656-0874
Web site: www.sircon.com
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Disclaimer: InsuranceStudy provides this information as a courtesy to individuals who are subject to continuing education (CE) as insurance producers, agents, adjusters and/or brokers. Although reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that the information provided here is accurate and current, neither InsuranceStudy nor its employees warrant or represent that this information is accurate and current. All information is subject to change without notice. We encourage you to contact the relevant licensing body and/or your carrier to find the most up-to-date and personally relevant requirements.