Pre-License HealthPrep Courses for Pre-License Health in Maryland
There are a number of different lines of authority when it comes to the insurance industry. Whatever your reason is for pursuing a career revolving around insurance, whether it may be with your organization or for personal reasons, CPMI has carefully designed pre-courses to get you on your way to the Pre-License Health Department for Maryland. We understand that not everyone learns the same way; that is why we have a couple different options of course styles to work with you however you learn. With our team ready to answer any questions you may have only a phone call away, you can learn at your own rate wherever it is convenient for you. Our course options allow you to select either to work online or with a textbook. Upon your enrollment with CPMI, you will also be given access to our exam advantage test simulator which is included in our courses. When you use the simulator, you will become more familiar with the format of the exam and you will also get a feel for how much time you will have. In addition to our courses that we offer, we also have convenient video and audio review programs that recap everything you need to know for the exam. Click on the course link at the top of the page in order to ensure your place in one of our pre-approved education licensing courses.
Not only do we offer an online course and textbook course for Pre-License Health, but we have Spanish options as well. The video and audio review programs that we have at CPMI will give you that extra knowledge that can be helpful right before the exam and have been professionally designed to do just that. If you do not pass the exam on your first attempt, not to worry. At CPMI we have a money-back policy if a retake is necessary.
There are a few requirements set in place by Maryland License: you have to pass an approved pre-licensing education course such as ours with a minimum of seventy percent and twenty hours of instruction are required for each line of authority. Online, textbook, and classroom courses are all acceptable. Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) regulates all insurance licenses in Maryland.