Insurance Continuing Education Individual Courses

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Continuing Education Individual Courses

To complete your continuing education requirements, ExamFX has created a comprehensive online training program based on your state requirements.

 

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Continuing Education Individual Courses

Our individual CE courses ares designed to service your CE needs. Perfect for self-motivated learners - Study 24/7 with our Interactive Learning Portal, access streamlined exam-specific content and reinforce your new knowledge through multiple quizzes and simulated exams. 

KEY INSURANCE CONTINUING EDUCATION FEATURES INCLUDE:

CONTINUING EDUCATION
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365 Days Course Access
Online Courses
Classroom Equivalents
Study by Topic Chapter Reading
Practice Exams
Certification Exams
Unlimited Exam Retakes
Automated Certification Reporting
Trainer and Technical Support

View available CE courses and your state's requirements

Your first step for success is to understand your specific state's continuing education requirements for maintaining your insurance license. To see your state's specific available courses and requirements, please follow the link below. You will also find helpful information that you need to know.

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About Insurance Continuing Education

CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

ExamFX offers a library of online Continuing Education courses designed to meet your license renewal requirements while enhancing professional development and expanding your knowledge.

Anti-Money Laundering - 2 Hours

This course will educate agents about anti-money laundering and related agent responsibilities established by the USA Patriot Act. To that end, agents will read about various anti-money laundering laws, steps in money laundering, and red flags that may that may lead an agent to suspect money laundering. Agents will also look at reports that a company may need to file (Suspicious Activity Reports) and statistics regarding the types of reported suspicious activities. They will also learn about Specially Designated Nationals, individuals, or companies whose assets are blocked and with whom U.S. persons are generally prohibited from dealing.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Annuity Suitability Certification Training - 4 Hours

This course is designed to satisfy the 4 hour training requirement established in the NAIC Suitability in Annuity Transactions Model Regulation. Life insurance producers in states with an annuity training requirement must complete 4 hours of annuity suitability training before being qualified to sell individual annuity products. This basic-level course provides a foundation for understanding the types of annuities, classifications of annuities, parties to an annuity; how fixed, variable and indexed annuity contract provisions affect consumers; income taxation of qualified and non-qualified annuities; primary uses of annuities; and the appropriate sales practices, disclosure requirements, and replacement requirements for annuity sales.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Businessowners Policy (BOP) - 4 Hours

This basic level course provides an overview of the Businessowners package policy (BOP) and guides producers in understanding how this policy is used to cover small and medium-sized business risks, including eligibility, features, coverages, exclusions, riders, etc..

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Commercial Lines: Property/Auto/Liability - 4 Hours

This course reviews different types of commercial policies: their characteristics, coverages, and suitability.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Distribution Planning - 4 Hours

This advanced-level course describes the various distribution options available to retirement plan participants, how those distribution options affect income amount and duration, tax considerations, minimum distribution requirements, and all the factors which must be considered when choosing a distribution option.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Ethical Practices: Avoiding E&O Claims - 3 Hours

This course reviews agent practices that can lead to errors & omissions claims. Case studies from all lines of insurance, and from all aspects of the insurance transactions from sales approach to application, to claims handling illustrate critical ethical decision points for producers, and demonstrate best practices for avoiding E&O claims.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Ethics & Insurance: How to Sell Ethically and Comply with the Law - 3 Hours

This basic-level course is designed to fulfill the Ethics component of a producer’s continuing education requirement. It provides an overview of ethics in the insurance business, including agent responsibilities to the carrier and the consumer. Covered: field underwriting and policy delivery, fiduciary responsibilities, unfair trade practices, unfair claims practices, agent errors & omissions, consumer privacy, compliance vs. ethics. Includes relevant case studies and enforcement actions. Applicable to all lines of insurance.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Flood Insurance - 3 Hours

All property is located in a flood zone and vulnerable to flooding under certain situations. According to FEMA, more than 20 percent of flood insurance claims are submitted damaged property located in areas with low to moderate risks of flooding and more than one-third of property owners receiving federal disaster aid for flood damage own property located in flood zones with low to moderate risks of flooding. Because the majority of property insurance policies specifically exclude flood damage, and lenders offering federally backed mortgages are required by law to condition mortgages on the purchase of flood insurance, agents should be familiar with flood insurance.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Group Benefits and Worksite Insurance - 4 Hours

This course offers an overview of different types of group and workplace insurance plans, including requirements for eligibility, enrollment, evidence of coverage, plan documentation, and portability/conversion.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Health Insurance Policies: Protecting Clients from Health-Related Loss - 5 Hours

This basic-level course details the health insurance market –underwriting, policy features, required and optional provisions, advantages, disadvantages, available riders, for many types of health policies including individual and group policies, disability income, Medicare supplement, Long Term Care, and specialty policies. Social insurance and workers compensation are also discussed.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Indexed Product Training Course - 4 Hours

This course is designed to teach the agent all of the unique suitability considerations that fixed indexed products bring to the life and annuity market. Content includes the most recent product innovation in the indexed annuity and life market as well as the most recent (June 2015) interim guidance for illustration of indexed universal life products published by The NAIC working group. When appropriate mention is made as to how a particular contract provision, rider or benefit would affect a senior consumer.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Life Insurance Policy Types & Suitability - 6 Hours

This basic-level course presents a comparison of the fundamental life insurance policies (term, whole life, flexible premium, group, variable) – their features and benefits, advantages and disadvantages. Each type of policy also includes a discussion of suitability and appropriate sales.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Long Term Care Certification Training - 8 Hours

This course is designed to satisfy the NAIC initial 8-hour training requirement for selling Long Term Care Insurance. Life insurance producers in states with long term care training requirement must complete 8 hours of initial training on long-term care coverage before being qualified to sell individual LTC and/or LTC Partnership policies.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

LTC Certificate Refresher - 4 Hours

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Medicare Supplement Insurance: Closing the Gap - 4 Hours

This course offers a full review of the federal Medicare program, and how Medicare supplement insurance may be used to provide more complete healthcare coverage to Medicare recipients. This course discusses eligibility, enrollment, benefits, deductibles, co-payments, prescription drug plans, and the latest developments in Medicare and Medicare Supplement plans. Special producer requirements for suitability, sales practices, and policy replacement are emphasized. Case studies reinforce compliant and ethical sales practices.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Personal Lines: Protecting Your Client’s Home, Auto & Critical Risks - 7 Hours

This basic-level course explores the personal lines market to the entry level property/casualty producer: detailing the various types of property and casualty insurance that are sold to individual consumers - Dwelling vs. Homeowners, Personal Auto, Homeowners, Dwelling, Mobilehome and Farm coverages.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Retirement Planning – 4 Hours

This intermediate-level course takes the student beyond basic insurance services and provides a foundation for engaging in a strategic retirement planning process: helping the client set financial goals, consider multiple sources of income, establish a budget, and create an individual retirement plan.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to:

Variable Life & Annuities: Understanding Investment Potential & Risk - 5 Hours

This intermediate-level course takes the producer beyond basic life and annuities concepts to variable products, including variable life, variable universal life, and variable annuities. Product features, advantages and disadvantages, and needs analysis/suitability are all discussed, as well as licensing and registration requirements.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, an agent will be able to: