Licensing Application Procedures
Applicants must complete prelicensing training before taking the required exams. Applicants
for life, health, property, casualty, and personal lines insurance must complete:
- 20 hours for life
- 20 hours for health
- 20 hours for property
- 20 hours for casualty
- 20 hours for personal lines (personal lines training is not required for property and casualty
Resident insurance producers must complete 20 hours of prelicensing education
courses in each line of insurance they seek a license. The primary purpose
of prelicensing education is to provide an overview of the insurance marketplace.
After completing your prelicensing education requirements, you may take your exam.
Take your prelicense training certificate with you to the testing facility. You
will not be allowed to test without it.
Some candidates may be exempt from the prelicensing education and examination
requirement, depending on the type of professional designation held, the
line of authority desired, or both. The following applicants do not need
to complete any prelicense training or examination in order to receive
- A candidate who possesses the Professional Designation CLU-Chartered Life Underwriter applying
for Life or Accident and Health Line
- A candidate who has the Professional Designation CPCU-Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter
applying for Property, Casualty or Accident and Health Line of Authority
- A person who is licensed in another state as an insurance producer
for the same lines of authority for which the person wants to be licensed
- A person who is applying for a limited line of authority
Click here for a list of approved prelicensing
Click here for a list
of approved online prelicensing training schools.