WASHINGTON CE COURSES
ExamFX does not currently offer continuing education courses in Washington.
Producers in Washington are required to take 24 hours of CE, including 3 hours of Ethics, every 2- year license term. The license term is based on the producer’s date of birth. No carry over credits are allowed and a student cannot take a course more than once within 3 calendar years from the original completion date. Please note: Course numbers for LTC and annuity courses are the same for all providers. The initial 8-hour LTC course and annuity training course will be considered duplicates if repeated within the 3-year period. The 4-hour LTC course is exempt from the repetition rule.
Students may take an approved course in any line of authority to obtain
their Continuing Education credits, but it is recommended that they take
courses pertaining to their license type.
• LONG TERM CARE PARTNERSHIP TRAINING – Producers must complete an initial, state approved 8-hour Long Term Care Training course before they can sell or solicit Long Term Care Insurance. Producers must then complete a 4-hour ongoing training requirement every 24 months from the date the initial 8-hour training was completed in order to stay in compliance.
• FLOOD INSURANCE TRAINING – Washington producers National Flood Insurance Policies are required to take a one-time 3-hour course on Flood Insurance.
• Resident adjusters and producers holding only limited credit insurance, travel insurance, or surety licenses are exempt from CE requirements.
Producers can renew their license online here.
STATE CONTACT INFORMATION
Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner Phone: 360-725-7144
Email: [email protected]
Mailing Address: PO Box 40257 Olympia, WA 98504-0257
The information displayed above is for informational purposes only. ExamFX is not responsible for the accuracy of the information on this page. All steps have been taken to make sure that the information relayed on this page is accurate; however, information is subject to change without notice. It is the responsibility of the producer to be compliant per their states requirements.