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Welcome to our online course catalog for insurance continuing education in the state of Texas. Our selection covers every insurance specialty, and each course is designed for working professionals who must fit study time around busy work schedules. All of our courses are approved by the Insurance Department of the State of Texas for insurance continuing education.

General Insurance CE Requirements in the State of Texas

If you’re an agent holding any combination of Life and Health, Property and Casualty, or Managing General Agent licensure, or an adjuster of any specialty, you must complete at least 30 hours of continuing education in your field of specialty within each two-year license renewal cycle.

Fifteen of the hours you complete for insurance CE can be self-study; the rest must be classroom or online classroom equivalent. Two hours per two-year cycle must be in the topic of ethics and consumer protection.

Limited Lines and Country Mutual Licensees

Those holding limited lines and country mutual licenses must finish at least ten hours of insurance continuing education each two-year period, including two hours of ethics or consumer protection. Five of the ten hours of insurance CE may be self-study.

Long-Term Care Requirements

Those wishing to sell LTC insurance must complete an eight-hour LTC partnership certification course. This course may count toward an agent’s two-year continuing education requirements for an existing license.

To retain your certification to sell Long-Term Care insurance, you must complete four hours of LTC partnership continuing education within each two-year license renewal period. This requirement is included in, not in addition to, existing insurance CE requirements.

Insurance CE Exemptions

In general, you are exempt from insurance CE requirements in the state of Texas if you have held your license for twenty years or more on a continuous basis, with no breaks over 90 days.

In addition, you can earn up to four hours of continuing education credit if you play an active membership role in a state or national insurance association.

Self-Study Courses for Busy Professionals

Online education is ideal for professional agents and brokers who must schedule study time around full-time work obligations. Check out our broad selection of courses for all agent and broker specialties, including Life, Accident and Health; Property & Casualty; Long-Term Care; Personal Lines; Commercial Lines; and more. Download our courses today—and get started meeting your insurance continuing education obligations in the state of Texas.