Insurance Continuing Education Provider Number: 82915
Success CE, Inc. provides this information as a courtesy to individuals who are subject to Indiana Insurance Continuing Education requirements. Our comprehensive guide provides essential insights for individuals fulfilling Indiana insurance CE obligations. To ensure compliance with potential regulatory changes, we recommend contacting your state’s insurance department. While we make diligent efforts to provide accurate and current information; Success CE, Inc. nor it’s employees warrant or represent that this information presented is accurate and current. All details are subject to change without notice. Stay informed and meet Indiana’s continuing education requirements by exploring the essentials of Insurance CE.
Indiana Department of Insurance Contact Information
Indiana Department of Insurance
311 W. Washington St. Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2787
PHONE: (317) 232- 2384
FAX: (317) 232-5252
State Website: http://www.state.in.us/idoi/
IN Insurance Continuing Education Hours Required
- Life/Health, Property/Casualty: 24 hours, including 3-hours of ethics. (Biennially)
- Resident licensees currently holding a 4 year license will need to complete at least 40-hours of CE for their four-year license before renewing and obtaining a two-year license.
- Limited Lines producers with a 2 year license (Funeral, Crop or Hail): Must complete at least 7 hours of CE during the 2 year license term.
Indiana State-Specific Insurance CE Certifications
- Annuity – NAIC Suitability Annuity Certification Training: Before selling, soliciting, or negotiating Annuity in Indiana, producers are required to complete the annuity certification course in the state of Indiana. This certification requirement is a one-time only certification.
- Long-Term Care Certification: Producers who sell long-term care policies must complete 8-hours of LTC education prior to selling LTC. The 8-hours may be counter as part of the required CE credits for the compliance period in which they were completed.
- The producer must include 5-hours of LTC CE every 2-years, for a total of 10-hours per compliance period, in their total CE requirement.
- If the initial training is completed in the first 2-years of the compliance period, the producer must complete 5-hours of LTC CE in the second 2-years of the compliance period.
- Producers who will sell LTC policies under the Indiana Partnership for Long-Term Care Program must satisfy a one-time, 7-hour classroom training requirement, in addition to the 8-hour pre-sale LTC training requirement.
- Flood (NFIP) Certification: All Property and Casualty insurance producers who sell federal flood insurance policies shall be required to complete a one time 3-hour requirement on flood insurance. The hours may be applied to the overall CE requirement.
Final Exam Regulations
- Independent self study, classroom study, computer based training, internet courses, and seminars.
- Exams MUST BE monitored by any other insurance licensed agent.
- To pass the final exam, the score must be 70% or higher.
- Unlimited retakes can be utilized to reach the passing score.
- All agents must complete their Insurance Continuing Education requirements on or before the last day of the Licensee’s birth month.
- Indiana requires a licensed producer to monitor all online exams. For more info, click here
Reporting to Your State/Regulatory Authority
- $5.00 per course is required to report to your state.
- State Insurance completions are reported 2 times every business day.
- If course is completed after 2 PM PT, it will be reported the following business day.
- As an added service, we can Rapidly Report your completed courses the same business day for $25 per CE course.
- CFP reports are sent on Friday at 2 PM PT to the CFP Board electronically.
- You may also self-report your CFP completions to www.cfp.net
Method to Certify Completion
- For Most States you will be able to print your certificate of completion online once you have completed your exam.
- The Licensee should keep the Original Certificate(s) of Completion for audit purposes.
Indiana Insurance CE Carry-Over Hours & CE Course Repetition
- Not more than 12 carry-over hours may be applied to the next license renewal period.
- CE hours completed in the Ethics or Long Term Care course categories will not be applied as carry-over credits.
- Credit will not be given for a course that is repeated within a 2 or 4-year licensing period.
Indiana Insurance Producer Exemptions
- Producers who are at least 70 years of age and who have been continuously licensed for at least 20-years.
- Nonresidents are exempt if agent meets home state CE requirement. Non-residents are also exempt from LTC requirement, but NOT from Indiana LTC Program requirement.
- Agents who no longer solicit insurance but maintain license to collect commissions on business written while active.
- Individuals completing the one time 15-hour LTC Training will be exempt from completing the minimum 8-hours LTC for the 1st compliance period.
Indiana Non-Resident Producer Requirements
- Initial LTC Requirement: Before selling, soliciting or negotiating LTC insurance products in Indiana, A non-resident producer must have completed a basic 8-hour LTC course.
- On-going LTC Requirement: A 5-hour follow-up course is required every 2-year renewal cycle; Indiana non-resident producers who do not comply with the on-going renewal training within 12-months of the compliance period will be asked to repeat initial 8-hour LTC training course.
The Success Family of CE Companies provides this information as a courtesy to individuals who are subject to insurance continuing education requirements. Due to regulatory requirements we suggest that you contact your state department of insurance to insure that no regulatory changes have been enacted. Although ongoing efforts have been made to qualify that the information provided here is accurate and current, neither The Success Family of CE Companies nor its employees warrant or represent that this information is accurate and current. All information is subject to change without notice.