Continuing Education Requirements
All individual resident agents are subject to continuing education for every major line of authority: life, health, property, casualty, variable life and variable annuity, and personal lines.
The continuing education requirement of 24 hours for each continuing education biennium, must be completed the last day of your birth month, odd or even numbered years, depending on the year you were born.
Only courses approved by the department or from the Midwest zone will be accepted as approved credit hours.
All 24 hours of continuing education may be classroom, correspondence, or a combination of the two. A course may only be credited one time during the biennium. Agents must complete at least 6 hours directly related to one or more of the agent's active lines of authority, and 3 hours must be in ethics course concentration.
If a license or line of authority expires for failing to meet continuing education requirements, the licensee has up to 1 year from the date of termination to complete the delinquent hours and apply for reinstatement of the license without an examination requirement.
For questions or further information contact:
Member Services Director