Michigan Approved Insurance Licensing ClassesState Approved Student Licensing Class from CPMI
In the state of Michigan, insurance agent licensing is regulated by the Department of Energy, Labor, and Economic Growth - Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation. Most resident insurance producers intending to acquire their license in MI are required by law to take some form of state approved prelicensing education.
For every line in which a candidate wishes to become licensed, at least twenty hours of study are required. CPMI Professional Development has years of experience helping prelicensing exxam candidates become licensed in Michigan, with specialty training programs designed to help students quickly learn the material that will be covered on the state prelicensing examination.
Some candidates may be able to waive these prelicensing education requirements by possessing certain professional designations (CLU, ChFC, CPCU, AAI, CIC), or if they have obtained certain college credits in insurance from an accredited learning institution. To obtain a waiver, candidates must contact the state directly and receive a written waiver prior to taking the licensing exam.
State Approved Web-Based Videos and Textbooks
Exam Advantage Online combines online textbooks with instructor driven learning videos to allow students the flexibility of learning in the manner that is most convenient for them. Students can take our Online class to learn Michigan insurance licensing law, Risk Management basics, and fundamentals of Life, Health, Property, or Casualty insurance. Learn more...
- Online textbooks and videos, take practice tests.
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State Approved Textbook and Test Simulator Program
The Exam Advantage At Home classes were written by insurance professionals with over twenty years of individual experience in the insurance industry. Prospective agents can study at home or at the office, with the option of textbook, audio CD, DVD classes, or computer based learning programs. Learn more...
- Learning materials shipped directly to your home or office.
- Money back guarantee!
If you have any questions or concerns about our program, or need help obtaining your MI insurance license, feel free to contact our customer support department at 877-601-2273, where you can reach qualified pre-licensing experts with years of experience helping agents obtain their license in your state.
Students who have already obtained their license in another state are not required to recertify in Michigan. Prelicensing education is valid for up to twelve months upon course completion. After that time, students will need to retake their course if they have not yet successfully completed the Michigan licensing exam.