Alaska Insurance Continuing EducationAK Continuing Ed Insurance License Renewal
Alaska insurance continuing education standards are set forth by the Alaska Division of Insurance, a subdivision of the Department of Commerce. In order to comply with requirements, a licensed producer must renew their license every two years.
All producers are required to complete a mandatory 3-hour ethics requirement along with their 24 hours of required CE. The ethics course may make up more than 3 of the required 24 hours.Alaska Insurance CE Requirements
- 24 required CE hours every 2 years.
- 3 hours (of the 24) in ethics.
- AK CE credits are allowed to carry over from year to year.
- One course can not be used for CE credit twice in one licensing renewal period.
Self-study or online programs such as are offered by CPMI are approved for use by the Alaska Division of Insurance. Take care of your entire insurance continuing education requirement in one place and save! CPMI has over thirteen years of experience providing high-quality training materials and study programs for agents in the insurance industry.
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As of July 2008, licensees holding a limited lines title, bail bond, or credit producer license are NOT required to complete Alaska continuing education requirements. Additionally, you are now allowed to count the same CE course multiple times as long as it is not retaken within the same renewal period.