What Are The Continuing Education (Ce) Requirements?

All Louisiana resident and nonresident agents, brokers and solicitors (except persons holding industrial fire, title, fidelity and surety, or a license for lines that require no examination) must meet continuing education (CE) requirements. Send a written request to the Department for information concerning exemptions from CE requirements for certain persons age 65 and over. Courses and course providers must be approved by the Department and the Insurance Education Advisory Council. Licensees are responsible for attending classes and filing the proper forms. Any new licensee issued a license within the two years preceding renewal of the license is not required to meet CE requirements for the first renewal period only. Refer to the following table for course hour requirements of specific licenses.

Minimum Hours Biannual
Property & Casualty only ................................................... 24 hours
Life, Health & Accident only ............................................... 16 hours
Bail Bond ........................................................................ 12 hours
Property & Casualty ......................……............................... 20 hours
Life, Health & Accident ......................……........................... 12 hours

You must file copies of the continuing education certificates with your renewal application.

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