Insurance Continuing Education Credits

| May 27, 2010

Earlier I wrote a post about How to Become a Licensed Insurance Broker in the United States. The post is still in its infancy and links are added daily, but one thing I realized in writing about earning an agent’s/broker’s license is that once you successfully get your license, you need to do what it takes to keep it.

Part of keeping and renewing your insurance broker’s license involves taking continuing education (CE) credits. The number of continuing education credits required varies by state. Fortunately, with the evolution of the internet, insurance brokers and agents can take many, if not all, of their continuing education credits online. For those who prefer the traditional classroom setting, don’t fret, the classroom option is still available.Continuing Education

Listed below is the growing list of “How to’s” on insurance broker/agent license continuing education credits by state. Feel free to browse the collection (which is pretty small right now, but growing):

State How To
Alabama How to Satisfy Alabama’s Insurance CE Requirements
Alaska How to Satisfy Alaska’s Insurance CE Requirements
California How to Find California Insurance Continuing Education Classes
Delaware How to Locate Insurance Continuing Education Classes in Delaware
Florida Satisfying Florida Insurance Continuing Education Requirements
Georgia How to Locate Insurance Continuing Education Courses in Georgia
New York How to Find NY Insurance Continuing Education Classes
Virginia How to Satisfy Virginia’s Insurance Continuing Education Requirements

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