Insurance CE Courses - Sample States

Colorado 24 Hour  L&H  Package
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
Package Description:
  • Ethics for Insurance Professionals Basic (3 hours Ethics)
  • Principles of Insurance (15 hours L&H/P&C)
  • Flood Insurance (3 hours P&C)
  • Medicare (3 hours L&H)

Colorado Ethics for Insurance Professionals Advanced 
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
APPROVAL NUMBER :
E42057-LP42058
Ethics / P&C / L&H
In this insurance ce course we do not intend to create a complex, philosophical, intellectual debate on current ethical considerations. Rather, we will present a practical discussion of business ethics with specific examples taken from the insurance industry. The course addresses the complexities of ethical decision making in today's insurance environment. It suggests ways for insurance producers to establish ethics in the work place and thereby take a step toward reducing the possibility of questionable practices and wrongdoing.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
  • Learn the basic concepts of ethics.
  • Learn about professionalism and ethical standards.
  • Learn to differentiate between ethics and values.
  • Define what is meant by conflict of interest.
  • Define the steps involved in ethical decision making
  • Learn the intricacies of the insurance product
  • Understand the responsibilities if an insurance professional
  • Learn about the disclosures involved in policy illustrations
  • Understand the standards of consumer protection in the insurance industry
  • Understand the various regulations of insurance trade practices
TOPICS COVERED:
  • Introduction
  • LESSON 1: Introduction
  • LESSON 2 : Role of Ethics
  • LESSON 3: Ethics Vs. Values
  • LESSON 4: Resolving Ethical Dilemmas
  • LESSON 5: Ethical Decision Making
  • LESSON 6: Nature of the Insurance Product
  • LESSON 7: The Insurance Professional
  • LESSON 8: Insurance Regulation
  • LESSON 9: Policy Illustrations
  • LESSON 10: Consumer Protection in the Insurance Industry
  • LESSON 11: Regulation of Insurance Trade Practices
REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory insurance ce requirement from the course catalog page.

Colorado Principles of Insurance  15 L&H P&C
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
This insurance ce course provides a general overview of insurance principles, beginning with frequently used terms and their definitions as used in the industry. As the course develops, it illustrates the insurance process and its need, and then grows into a manual of sorts, guiding the reader through the various mechanics, the type of insurance products available, and the applicability in different situations, illustrating with examples wherever possible.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
•Differentiate between insurance, insured and insurer.
•Define and understand the concept of premium.
•The similarities between risk transfer mechanisms and insurance.
•Understand key concepts/terms used in relation to insurance.
•Understand the need for insurance.
•Understand the various types of insurance available.
•Understand the mechanics of insurance.
•Understand the role of insurance agents
•Understand the mechanics of Life Insurance, its need and importance.
•Understand the application process.
•Understand the policy clauses.
•Differentiate between the various types of insurance companies.
•Understand the concepts of Whole Life Insurance, Joint Life Insurance etc.
•Identify the various types of Permanent Insurance.
•Compare Term and Permanent Insurance.
•Distinguish between various Policy Variations.
•Learn the mechanics of filing claims, receipt of proceeds.
•Understand the need for, and the mechanics of, Insurance Underwriting.

TOPICS COVERED:
Introduction
LESSON 1: INSURANCE – Basics
LESSON 2 : LIFE INSURANCE
LESSON 3: HEALTH INSURANCE
LESSON 4: LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE
LESSON 5: DISABILITY INSURANCE
LESSON 6: PROPERTY AND CASUALTY
INSURANCE/HOMEOWNER INSURANCE
LESSON 7: PERSONAL PROPERTY INSURANCE
LESSON 8: FIRE INSURANCE
LESSON 9: AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
LESSON 10: INSURANCE FRAUD
LESSON 11: GROUP INSURANCE
LESSON 12: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY
LESSON 13: PRINCIPLES OF RISK MANAGEMENT
LESSON 14: PRINCIPLES OF REINSURANCE
REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.



Connecticut  Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance 
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
Connecticut 12 Hour Property & Casualty Package
INSURANCE CE  PACKAGE DESCRIPTION:
This package is comprised of the following courses
•Employment Law (5 hours LRE)
•Property Insurance (7 hours PC) 


Delaware Life, Health, Disability and Long Term Care 
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
APPROVAL NUMBER:
LH201352
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This insurance ce course provides an overview to the insurance students about four main types of insurance policies. The four policies Life, Health, Long Term Care and Disability Insurance are the most widely selling policies in the insurance industry.
This course contains some valuable information about the principles of life, health, disability and long term care insurance policies, some important related definitions, needs for the purchase of different kinds of insurance policies, application process for applying these kids of insurance, their after effects and different sub forms of these insurance policies.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Understand the mechanics of Life Insurance, its need and importance.
Understand the application process.
Understand the policy clauses.
Differentiate between the various types of insurance companies.
Understand the concepts of Whole Life Insurance, Joint Life Insurance etc.
Identify the various types of Permanent Insurance.
Compare Term and Permanent Insurance.
Distinguish between various Policy Variations.
Learn the mechanics of filing claims, receipt of proceeds.
Understand the need for, and the mechanics of, Insurance Underwriting.
TOPICS COVERED:
• Introduction
• Lesson 1: LIFE INSURANCE
• Lesson 2: HEALTH INSURANCE
• Lesson 3: LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE
• Lesson 4: DISABILITY INSURANCE
REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.


Oregon  Insurance Continuing Education 
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
Life Settlements  1 L/H
Overview of Life Settlements: Current Events & Regulatory Update  2 L/H
Ethics For Insurance Professionals Basic  2 Ethics
Anti-Money Laundering  2 L/H P/C
Commercial General Liability Insurance  3 P/C
Flood Insurance  3 P/C 
New Employee  3 L/H P/C
Medicare  3 L/H 
Ethics & Fraud  3 Ethics
Annuities  4 L/H

Rhode Island Insurance Continuing Education
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
Employment Law  3 General 
New Employee  3 General
Ethics & Fraud  3 Ethics 
Insurance Fraud Awareness  5 Property
Legal & Moral Issues in the Insurance Industry  5 Prop&Ethics
Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance  6 Property
New Trends in Life & Health Insurance  6 Life 
Personal Auto Insurance  6 Property
Agency Operations  6 General
Employer Practices  6 Property 

Tennessee Insurance Continuing Education Packages
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
24 Hour Tennessee P&C Package  24.0 
24 Hour Tennessee General Package  24.0     
24 Hour Tennessee L&H Package  24.0

Alaska Insurance Continuing Education Packages
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
24 Hour Alaska Insurance CE Package #1  24.0   
24 Hour Alaska Insurance CE Package #3  24.0     
24 Hour Alaska Insurance CE Package #2  24.0

Kansas Insurance Continuing Education Courses
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
Flood Insurance  5 P/C 
Employer Practices  5 PC 
New Trends in Life & Health Insurance  5 LHV 
Inland Marine Insurance  6 P/C 
Property Insurance  6 P/C
Legal Responsibilities of the Insurance Agent  6 GEN
Ocean Marine Insurance  8 P/C
Principles of Insurance  9 General

Insurance CE  Courses - Sample Course Descriptions

Ethics For Insurance Professionals Basic 
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This insurance ce course covers the basic concept of ethics with a detailed definition and what it entails. We will discuss the role of ethics in our personal as well as professional lives and the challenges faced. We will also discuss the core ethical values and how rationalization is used as a common tool. Finally, we will talk about the framework of ethical decision-making and conclude with a brief discourse on ethics and conflict of interests.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Define ethics and emphasize on the various principles involved.
Discuss the ways in which we can incorporate ethical values in our personal and professional lives.
Briefly define the major themes in ethical philosophy.
Fully understand the core ethical principles and values and the use of rationalization.
Elaborate on the framework for ethical decision-making.
Define the key elements of a conflict of interest.
TOPICS COVERED:
Introduction
Lesson 1: How We Live
LESSON 2: Role of Ethics
LESSON 3: Ethics Philosophy
LESSON 4: Ethics VS Values
LESSON 5: Rationalization
LESSON 6: Ethical Decision-Making
LESSON 7: Ethics and Conflict of Interest
REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.


Life Settlements
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
This course covers a broad range of issues related to life insurance settlements so students learn ways to help clients through this sometimes complicated process. As the student completes this course, he or she should try to develop a broad picture of life insurance settlements and how they fit into the larger practice of life insurance.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• What a life settlement is
• The history of life settlements
• When to consider a life settlement
• The life settlement process
• What to look for in a life settlement
TOPICS COVERED:
• What is a Life Settlement?
• In Search of Options and Opportunities
• Reasons for Abandoning a Life Insurance Policy
• Life Insurance Companies Offer No Viable Exit Strategy
• Historical Overview: The Evolution of a Secondary Market
• When to Consider a Life Settlement
• The Benefits of a Life Settlement
• Life Settlement Scenarios
• The Life Settlement Process
• What to Look for in a Life Settlement

Medicare
CATEGORY - Insurance CE 
This insurance ce course will introduce basic concepts for understanding Medicare coverage in its two parts: hospital insurance and medical insurance. A brief history of the program and a discussion of the role of private insurance companies is followed by eligibility requirements, exclusions, and claims payments. Peer Review Organizations and Service Provider Certification are also discussed.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Understand the purpose and background of Medicare
• Recognize the role of private insurance companies
• Identify the two parts of Medicare, and what each covers
• Be familiar with enrollment, exclusions, and eligibility requirements
• Understand the role of Peer Review Organizations (PROs)
• Be knowledgeable of the Medicare claims payment process.
TOPICS COVERED:
Introduction
LESSON 1:History, Administration and Role of Private Insurance Companies in Medicare
LESSON 2: Components of Medicare Coverage
LESSON 3: Medicare Eligibility
LESSON 4: Enrollment
LESSON 5: Medicare Exclusions
LESSON 6: Service Providers
LESSON 7: Peer Review Organizations (PROs)
LESSON 8: Claims Settlement
REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.


Annuities
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
As the Baby Boomer generation reaches retirement age, the issue of how to prepare and safeguard that retirement is becoming an increasingly important topic in the insurance and financial industries. Clients planning for their retirement future often turn to annuities as a source of income and funding. This course explores the function of annuities as investment instruments, the characteristics of fixed and variable annuities, and the benefits and options available with both varieties.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Define the uses and purpose of an annuity.
• Recognize the investment function of an annuity.
• Discern the difference between an annuity and a retirement plan.
• Understand the differences between fixed and variable annuities, and the characteristics that distinguish them.
• Be familiar with settlement/payout options.
• Identify the benefits associated with annuities.

TOPICS COVERED:
Introduction
LESSON 1: Annuities – Fundamentals
LESSON 2: Fixed Annuities
LESSON 3: Variable Annuities
REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:
Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.


Introduction to Personal Auto Insurance & Personal Auto Policy
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Auto insurance, one of the most common and important consumer insurances, is a fundamental component of property insurance. Students taking this course will learn why this form of insurance is mandated by examining the basis of legal liability and the protection from it that personal auto insurance offers to insureds. Topics addressed include: the persons and automobiles covered by the policy, the basic structure of a personal auto policy, definitions pertinent to the language of the policy, and standard coverage using ISO forms.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Understand why auto insurance is mandated
• Learn who and what auto insurance covers
• Understand the basic structure of the auto policy
• List the three legal principles involved in policy interpretation
• List the six exclusions in liability coverage
• Understand the nine general provisions in the personal auto policy

TOPICS COVERED:
• Lesson 1: Introduction to Personal Auto Insurance
• Lesson 2: The Personal Auto Policy

Overview of Life Settlements: Current Events & Regulatory Update 
CATEGORY - Insurance CE
COURSE APPROVAL NUMBER :
45644

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The purpose of this course is to explain the emerging market of life settlements. Throughout the course, students are introduced to essential industry terminology, what life settlements entail, and how the life settlements market is compared to the life insurance market. The course also offers a general overview of the industry as a whole.
In addition to learning general information about the life settlements industry, students will also learn who the participants are in a life settlement and how to identify good candidates. By the end of the course, students should be familiar with the step-by-step process of this emerging market and will have an understanding of the regulation, licensing, and compliance issues involved.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Define a life settlement
• Apply industry terms and definitions
• Determine the participants in a life settlement
• Analyze the life settlements market
• Compare the life settlements market with the life insurance market
• Identify life settlement candidates
• Describe the compliance, regulation, and licensing practices involved with life settlements


TOPICS COVERED:
• Industry Terms & Definitions
• Intro to Life Settlements
• History of the Secondary Market for Life Insurance
• Identifying Candidates
• Life Settlements - The Process, A Step by Step Perspective
• Life Settlement Comparative Market Analysis
• Sample Case Studies
• Compliance, Regulations and Licensing
• NAIC & NCOIL Model Acts
• Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)


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Alaska  Alaska AK
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Arizona  Ariz. AZ
Arkansas  Ark. AR
California  Calif. CA
Colorado  Colo. CO
Connecticut  Conn. CT
Delaware  Del. DE
Dist. of Columbia  D.C. DC
Florida  Fla. FL
Georgia  Ga. GA
Guam  Guam GU
Hawaii  Hawaii HI
Idaho  Idaho ID
Illinois  Ill. IL
Indiana  Ind. IN
Iowa  Iowa IA
Kansas  Kans. KS
Kentucky  Ky. KY
Louisiana  La. LA
Maine  Maine ME
Maryland  Md. MD
Marshall Islands   MH
Massachusetts  Mass. MA
Michigan  Mich. MI
Micronesia   FM
Minnesota  Minn. MN
Mississippi  Miss. MS
Missouri  Mo. MO
Montana  Mont. MT
Nebraska  Nebr. NE
Nevada  Nev. NV
New Hampshire  N.H. NH
New Jersey  N.J. NJ
New Mexico  N.M. NM
New York  N.Y. NY
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Tennessee  Tenn. TN
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Utah  Utah UT
Vermont  Vt. VT
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