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Is There A Continuing Education Requirement To Renew My License?

The Vermont Department of Banking, Insurance, Securities and Health Care Administration (Department) has contracted with Experior to provide administrative services for the Vermont Insurance CE Program.

The Producer Information Handbook has complete details about compliance requirements and deadlines.

Using Online CE Services, producers can check their compliance status, request a transcript and create customized lists of approved courses. Providers can submit rosters as well as enter and edit course offering schedules.

Resident producers licensed as of October 1, 2000, must earn a minimum of 24 CE credit hours each review period. Of this total, a maximum of six credit hours can relate to insurance agency management in one review period. The 24­credit hour requirement applies to all producers regardless of the number of lines of insurance. Limited line representatives/agents, including title insurance, travel accident and travel baggage insurance, are not subject to the CE requirement.

The course provider is responsible for reporting your CE course credits to Experior. Experior will, in turn, report your CE compliance to the Department.

You may verify your credits anytime through Experior's interactive voice response (IVR) system by calling (800) 532­2199 or you can access your records through Experior's Web site at

A nonresident producer who resides in a state or district that has a CE requirement and who has satisfied such requirement can satisfy Vermont's CE requirement by demonstrating compliance in the home state and submitting a filing fee. If a producer has not complied with CE requirements in the producer's home state, the producer must meet the Vermont CE requirements.

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