Course Approval Process and Rules
All CE course applications are reviewed by the Continuing Education Advisory Committee. Applications are reviewed on the first Friday of each month unless a national holiday occurs on or near that date.
Applications may be sent via US mail. Paper applications must include the following:
- or completed and signed
Course material and/or detailed outline of subject matter. If you do not have a
detailed outline, complete and attach .
- Submission of a correspondence course requires the complete text and a written explanation of test security and administration procedures
- $25.00 non-refundable processing fee for each application
Courses are approved for a two-year period and may not be offered after the course expiration date. Idaho producers will not receive credit for taking an expired course and will be instructed to contact providers directly.
Within 60 days of course completion, certificates of completion must be delivered to Idaho producers and course rosters must be submitted electronically via Sircon.
The following general subjects are acceptable for continuing education if they demonstrate a direct and specific application to insurance:
- Insurance, annuities and risk management
- Insurance laws and regulations
- Mathematics, statistics and probability
- Business Law
- Business environment, management or organization
The following do not qualify for continuing education:
- Any course used to prepare for taking an insurance licensing examination
- Computer science courses
- Motivation, psychology or selling skills courses
- Securities, other than variable annuities
- Review, quizzes and/or examinations
Course providers must keep address, telephone and contact information updated as necessary. We make every effort to ensure accuracy in processing course applications. From time to time errors are made. We request errors be brought to our attention so that we can make the necessary corrections and provide the most correct information to Idaho producers.
Providers are responsible for keeping accurate records of attendance and exam completion for a period of four years.