Tennessee Insurance Continuing EducationTN Insurance Continuing Ed (CE) Courses
Tennessee insurance continuing education requires credit hours be completed every two years per the requirements of the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance.
All licensed resident producers and adjusters must complete 24 hours of CE every two years, including 3 hours in ethics training to fulfill Tennessee insurance license renewal requirements.Tennessee Insurance CE Requirements
- TN renewal requires 24 hours of CE (including 3 in ethics).
- Licenses expire every two years at the end of the producer's birth month. Agents born in even years will have their licenses expire in even years, while agents born in odd years will have their licenses expire in odd years.
- Excess CE credit hours (up to 12) can carry over to subsequent license renewal periods. Ethics hours carry over as general credit.
- Courses may not be repeated for credit in the same 2-year renewal term.
Multi-peril adjusters who also hold a L&H or P&C license must complete 48 total CE hours including 4 hours in ethics.Tennessee Continuing Education Exemptions
Public adjusters with less than 1 year of licensure, limited lines producers, and nonresident agents are exempt from Tennessee insurance continuing education requirements.
Under federal law, even exempt individuals must take the required LTC course before they can begin selling long term care policies.