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Texas License Expiration Date Changes

Starting April 17, 2018, Texas licensees will start seeing their license expiration dates change to the last day of their  birth month.  This does not affect continuing education credits or other requirements Reference: http://www.tdi.texas.gov/agent/index.html

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Oregon Adjuster Update

From the Oregon Department of Financial Services:  Beginning January 1, 2019, Oregon will not renew a non-resident adjuster license for an individual from a non-reciprocal state until they confirm that the applicant has passed the Oregon exam http://dfr.oregon.gov/  

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South Carolina DOI No Longer Mailing Renewals

SOUTH CAROLINA Effective January 1, 2017, a valid email address is required by law.   Visit Online Services to update your email address. The Department will no longer be mailing hard copy renewal notices to licensees. Contact: Andrea Bourgoin, CISR Manager of Licensing and Education Services abourgoin@doi.sc.gov 803-737-5757 South Carolina Department of Insurance

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Maine Workers’ Compensation Adjuster Line of Authority

As of January 1, 2018, Maine is separating the workers’ compensation and property and casualty (P&C) adjuster lines of authority. Resident adjuster applicants seeking workers’ compensation authority as of that date must take a workers’ compensation adjuster examination. The combined P&C and workers’ compensation examination will no longer be offered. Licensed resident adjusters who hold Read More

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Nevada CLE Update for 2018

Effective January 1, 2018, active attorneys are required to earn thirteen (13) credit hours each calendar year. The credit breakdown will be ten (10) general, two (2) ethics and one (1) substance abuse. You may carry forward a maximum of twenty (20) general credits, four (4) ethics credits, and two (2) substance abuse credits that Read More

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Michigan Discontinues CE Warning Notifications Through USPS

October 27, 2017 MI sends the following notice: —————————————————————————— Effective January 1, 2018, Continuing Education (CE) Warning notifications will no longer be sent through the US Postal Service.  The purpose of this notice is to inform licensed Michigan Resident Producers and Solicitors required to complete CE credits of an important change in the CE warning Read More

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Florida Issues A New Nursing CE Requirement

There will be a new CE requirement for Renewals beginning in 2017: Recognizing Impairment in the Workplace. The requirement becomes effective August 1, 2017, then every other biennium thereafter (every 4 years). Registered Nursing Group 1, with a License Expiration Date of April 30, 2018, will be the first group required to have the new Read More

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Team Member Earns SILA-A Professional Designation

CEU Institute is pleased to announce that Jennifer Acevedo, Sr. Accreditation Specialist, has recently been awarded the SILA-A professional designation from the Securities & Insurance Licensing Association.

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New Mexico Adds Adjuster CE Requirement

Effective 7/1/17: Resident Adjusters (Independent and Staff) are required to complete the minimum number of continuing education hours within the 24 months preceding expiration of license.  New CE requirement is 24hrs/2yr (including 3hrs Ethics) More information: www.osi.state.nm.us .

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CWC Partners with CEU Institute to Administer for their 2017 Conference

CEU Institute to administer CE/CLE credits for the CWC & Risk conference: https://lnkd.in/eWmj5yR

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