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Illinois MCLE Rule Changes

Beginning with the two-year reporting period July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2019, attorneys six hours of professional responsibility CLE will need to include one hour of diversity/inclusion CLE and one hour of mental health/substance abuse CLE.  No courses offered or activities taken before July 1, 2017 are eligible to meet the new requirements.  Please Read More

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Nevada Adds Adjuster License

Nevada announces that Adjuster bill (AB12) has been signed into law by Governor Sandoval. As of July 1, 2018, they will begin licensing adjusters as either Independent, Public, Company or Staff classifications. An adjuster can hold only one classification. Their licenses are issued for a period of 3 years. The CE requirements outlined in Section Read More

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Delaware Non-Resident Adjuster CE Requirements Update

Due  to  law  change,  Delaware  non-resident  adjusters  and  non-resident  public  adjusters  will  now  be required to complete (12) credit hours of continuing education, three (3) of which shall be in ethic subjects during each biennial reporting period. Delaware will reciprocate with an individual completing their C.E. in their home state or designated home state.  If Read More

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CEU Institute Moves Into New Facility

2016 Marks a Milestone for CEU Institute moving into their own facility in downtown Lake Mary, FL.

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Announcement from Oregon Division of Financial Regulation

OREGON ANNOUNCEMENT Residents of CA, NY and HI who have not previously completed an OR adjuster exam, are now required to complete the exam prior to their next renewal.

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CEU Institute Adds Prime Health Services to their National Panel of Presenters

Lake Mary, Florida.  (October 26, 2016) – CEU Institute, a nationally accredited continuing education administrator has partnered with Prime Health Services, Inc., a national medical cost containment company, to offer speaking opportunities to their clinical network nationwide. CEU Institute administers hundreds of live medical-related programs each year around the country for insurance carriers, third-party administrators, and employer Read More

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Alaska Insurance Laws and Regulation Changes

Alaska has recently made some changes that impacts their licensees.  This is a brief summary of the changes. The new laws can be found at http://www.legis.state.ak.us/pdf/29/Bills/HB0372Z.pdf Individual Licensee Expiration Dates: Effective 8/20/2016, Alaska will be changing the biennial expiration/renewal dates for all individual license types. All individual licenses will now expire on the last day Read More

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Virginia 2016 Legislative Changes Affecting Licensing

Effective July 1, 2016, Virginia makes program changes to its continuing education proof of compliance requirements as follows: Agents who have completed all continuing education course or exemption requirements by December 31 (or the next working day thereafter if December 31 falls on a weekend, of the following year) but failed to demonstrate proof of Read More

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Information Regarding Connecticut License Renewals

The DOI will no longer mail renewal notices via U.S. Mail.  Renewals will be emailed starting with the licenses who have May, 2016 expiration dates.  This is in an effort to enhance efficiency, control costs, and improve customer service. Licensees with May expiration dates will be sent their renewal notices and instructions via email on March Read More

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TEXAS Aligns License Expiration Dates

The Texas DOI will align individual licenses on January 14, 2016:  entity licenses have already been aligned.  During the alignment, licensees may renew through Texas online; however, Texas licensing services form Compliance Express and NIPR will be temporarily unavailable. Additional information on licensing alignment and the implementation of other licensing legislation is available at: http://www.tdi.texas.gov/licensing/agent/legislativeupda.html Questions Read More

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My experience this week was great!Stacy GBranch Manager Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc
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Thank you for setting up the classes…..just when I think there’s no way you all can impress me more, I’m impressed more!George EClaims Support SupervisorArgonaut Insurance Company

I wanted to let you know that the adjusters really like the speakers and sponsor from yesterday’s class.  Several commented on how well organized this CEU was through your company compared to…

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Thank you so very much for assisting us in presenting this very necessary training to our care management staff.Sili RTraining SpecilistCrawford & Company