Idaho Insurance Continuing EducationID Insurance Continuing Ed (CE) Courses
Idaho insurance continuing education required credit hours must be completed per the requirements of the Department of Insurance. All licensed resident producers must complete 24 hours of CE every two years, three of which must be in ethics or law to fulfill Idaho insurance license renewal requirements.
Late CE credit submissions may be submitted within 30 days with the payment of a $100 administrative penalty, increasing after 30 days. If a license is left to lapse for over 90 days an agent must retake their insurance license examination as though they were starting as a new agent.Idaho Insurance CE Requirements
- ID renewal requires 24 hours of CE (including 3 hours of ethics).
- LTC training must be completed before selling long-term care.
- Flood insurance training must be completed before selling flood insurance.
Idaho insurance code limits required insurance continuing education to resident producers working in major lines of authority. Business entities, non-resident producers, limited lines/credit producers, independent adjusters, and surplus lines agents are not required to complete any Idaho insurance CE.
Individuals who have applied for inactive license status due to active duty military service or prolonged sickness or disability are not required to complete CE credit hours.
Under federal law, even exempt individuals must take the required LTC course before they can begin selling long term care policies.