How Do I Know How Many Continuing Education Hours I Will Need To Renew My License?

Continuing Education requirements must be maintained in order to continue your license. Failure to meet the continuing education requirements can result in penalties up to and including suspension of license and/or $2,000 fine.

All resident licensees required to fulfill continuing education requirements shall complete twenty (20) credit hours of Department approved education subjects, four (4) of which shall be in ethics subjects during each biennium reporting period. Limited representatives and Adjusters shall be required to fulfill ten (10) credit hours of Department approved education subjects, four (4) of which shall be in ethics subjects during each biennium reporting period. All resident licensees subject to this regulation shall file with the Department a copy of their completed course report forms. Course report form CE­4(s) must be received on or before March 20th following the preceding biennium compliance date.

The following exemptions apply to the continuing education requirements:

  1. Agents licensed for the lines of title insurance or public carrier insurance.
  2. Fraternal Agents.
  3. Interim Agents.

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