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New Hours and Ethics Requirement for New Hampshire Adjusters

New Hampshire Law RSA 402-B:5a  will be increasing the continuing education requirement for NH resident and Non-Resident Claim Adjusters that designate NH their home state effective January 1, 2020. NH is adopting the NAIC standard of 24 credit hours with a minimum of 3 credit hours of ethics. To contact the state with questions, please Read More

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OK Removes Flood Coverage CE Requirement

As of September 15, 2019, the 1 hour continuing education requirement for flood will no longer be effective. License renewals processed prior to September 15 will continue to be required to complete the 1 hour CE requirement on flood coverage. License renewals processed after September 15 will not be required to obtain the 1 hour Read More

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Georgia CLE Sponsor Fee Reduced

Georgia CLE Sponsor Fee has been reduced to $4 per CLE hour per attendee effective July 1, 2019 For courses held after June 30, 2019, and for distance learning courses attended after June 30, 2019, the sponsor fee has been reduced from $5 per CLE hour per attendee to $4 per CLE hour per attendee. Read More

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Nebraska Begins CE Course Renewal Process

On Thursday, April 25, 2019, the Nebraska Department of Insurance transitioned to the newest version of State Based Systems (SBS), a web-based NAIC application that supports state insurance regulation functions.  As part of this transition, Nebraska courses will now expire 4 years after the approval date.  Beginning January 1, 2019, an approved course for CE shall Read More

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Florida DFS Instructors Application Changes

The process for accrediting Florida instructors has changed.  Instructors now need to be “registered” in Florida instead of going through an application and qualification process.  Unfortunately, the registration process does still require the  submission of SSN’s and DOB and basic demographic information. Once submitted, the instructor will be issued a an instructor ID number from Read More

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Illinois MCLE Board Announcement

Beginning July 1, 2019, the MCLE Board will collect information on individual attorney’s course attendance data. PCAM’s attendance pages will be modified to collect this information.  That means that each CLE provider will need to input into PCAM information about each Illinois-licensed attorney participating in a course or activity, including the attorney’s Illinois registration number Read More

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Top 9 Certifications for Risk Management Professionals

We have collaborated with LegalNet to highlight the top Risk Management certifications. Find out more HERE

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Tennessee Certified Work Comp Adjuster Program

The TN Bureau of Workers’ Compensation wants to ensure that injured workers return to their health and to their jobs as quickly as possible.  To help meet these goals, an Adjuster Certification Program was developed to educate adjusters about the requirements of Tennessee’s workers’ compensation laws, rules and regulations. The purpose of this program is two-fold: assure Read More

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Colorado Supreme Court Ending Reciprocity for CLE Reporting

Colorado currently has reciprocity with any mandatory CLE state.  The CO Supreme Course office policy on reciprocity will end this year.  After December 31, 2018, they will not allow attorneys to report credits through reciprocity, unless they were completed by December 31, 2018.   Beginning January 1, 2019, all CLE credits being reported must be for programs Read More

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Texas DOI Increases Course Completion Fee

Starting October 1, 2018, the Texas DOI will increase it’s course completion submission fee from $0.75 to $0.78 per credit hour per person. Ref:  Texas Administrative Code: §19.1014 ( c ) Question for DOI: Complete this online form.    

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