Massachusetts Insurance Continuing EducationMA Insurance Continuing Ed (CE) Courses
Massachusetts insurance continuing education required credit hours must be completed every three years per the requirements of the Massachusetts Division of Insurance.
All licensed resident producers must complete 45 hours of CE every three years to fulfill Massachusetts insurance license renewal requirements for Life and Health or for Property and Casualty.
Producers who renew their license for the first time are required to complete an additional 15 (or 60 total) hours of CE.Massachusetts Insurance CE Requirements
- MA renewal requires 45 hours of CE.
- Courses must be taken about subjects pertaining to the lines of authority for which a producer is licensed. Producers for L/H and P/C must complete at least 6 hours in each of the two.
- Courses may not be repeated more than once in any three year period.
- Up to 45 excess credit hours may carry over towards the next licensing period requirement.
Public insurance adjusters should obtain 15 hours of CE every three year license renewal.Massachusetts Continuing Education Exemptions
Viatical brokers, auto club agents, reinsurance intermediary brokers, surplus lines brokers, limited lines brokers, and individuals in active duty military are exempt from Mass CE.
If a nonresident license holder's home state does not have CE requirements, then they must fulfill MA CE requirements. Other nonresident license holders are exempt.
Under federal law, even exempt individuals must take the required LTC course before they can begin selling long term care policies.