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Welcome to our insurance CE catalog for the state of Illinois. Our extensive list of courses covers every insurance specialty for Illinois producers and adjusters, and our online classes are ideal for busy working professionals. Our courses are 100% approved for insurance CE self-study by the Illinois Department of Insurance.

General Insurance Pre-Licensure and CE Requirements in the State of Illinois

Prior to obtaining an insurance license, all Life, Accident & Health, Fire, Casualty, and Personal Lines (Property & Casualty) agents must complete 20 hours of education, 7.5 of which must be in the classroom. Motor Vehicle agents must complete 12. 5 education credit hours, five of which must be in the classroom.

After attaining licensure, all resident producers must complete 24 hours of continuing education, three hours of which must be ethics courses taken in the classroom. The remaining 21 hours of required credits can be earned either in a classroom setting or through online interactive instruction or self-study.

Exemptions to Illinois Insurance CE Requirements

In Illinois, there is no exemption for those who have held a continuous insurance license for two decades or more. However, most nonresident agents, as well as those with a temporary license, are exempt. Those who hold limited licenses in areas including limited travel health, baggage, trip cancellation, industrial life and health are also exempt, as are those selling insurance issued by a local county, township, or mutual district insurance provide.

Extra Requirements and Special Considerations

If you are a resident producer selling flood insurance, you must complete three hours of NFIP flood training. If you sell, advertise, or solicit Long-Term Care insurance policies, you must undergo a one-time eight-hour training and certification course—and four hours of ongoing LTC insurance training every two years thereafter. This training may be included in, not in addition to, the 24 hours of continuing education required to maintain your existing insurance license.

The state of Illinois recommends that insurance adjusters and producers complete all continuing education requirements within thirty days of the deadline to allow time for processing. If you don’t, your license renewal could be delayed while your paperwork is processed.

Online education makes earning your insurance continuing education credits fast, easy, affordable—and hassle-free. Our online classes are designed for busy professionals, and provide the perfect way to fit studying for insurance continuing education credits into your schedule. Fulfill your continuing education requirements quickly and conveniently—download the credits you need today.