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Are there several that apply? Most of our training courses will qualify for some or all of the available credit types. You will be given the option to "add credits" if you wish to double dip and complete training for multiple requirements in one sitting.
Insurance Continuing Education is a requirement for licensed insurance professionals in the United States. The number of required hours and the period for their completion is determined by the licensing state's department of insurance (DOI).
This catalog provides you with a large selection of continuing education classes, including annuities, ethics, flood, and law, and other mandatory training. Our continuing education classes provide insurance professionals with the resources necessary to excel in the competitive insurance market. All of our CE classes are written by experts in the insurance industry.
The Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation is a professional certification mark for financial planners conferred by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP Board). The CFP certification must be periodically renewed by meeting CFP Board's ongoing competency requirements of continuing education and by adhering to CFP Board's Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility. Courses available for CFP credit have been approved to meet the continuing education requirements of the CFP Board.
PACE is a designation provided by The American College to recognize Professional Achievement in Continuing Education.
Since 1927, well over 158,000 financial services professionals have studied or earned designations with The American College. Because the regulations and market dynamics impacting our industry are constantly changing, The American College wants to ensure that the credentials you worked so hard to earn remain current, relevant and serve as an emblem of excellence and expertise with both your peers and your clients.
Mandatory LTC insurance training (certification) became required as of 2007 per the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 and the 2006 NAIC Model Act. (There are a few states yet to implement the requirement.) The insurance carriers are responsible for ensuring producers are compliant prior to selling or soliciting LTC insurance.
The certification courses are offered by Continuing Education companies. The certification is also required for most life insurance and annuity products that have LTC benefits. This is different training than the training required in the original 4 Partnership states of CA, CT, IN and NY.