Pre-License HealthPrep Courses for Pre-License Health
Have you been thinking of starting a new career? If you have been considering joining the insurance industry, then you will find that CPMI has everything you will need in order to be successful with the process from start to finish to get you ready for your career in Pre-License Health. At CPMI, our team of specialists have stacked up years of experience working with people like yourself all across the US and are ready to help you as well. Our courses have been specifically designed to make sure you accomplish all of the requirements set in place by the state of Ohio. The courses we provide for Pre-License Health are very useful and will help you feel completely prepared for the exam that follows. We offer convenient online and self-study courses allowing you to study from the comfort of your own home or office. Another feature provided by CPMI is our MP3 and audio downloads, if you would like to have an easy review before the exam. We are a state-approved licensing provider and we make it our priority to ensure that you meet all of the Ohio state requirements for Pre-License Health. If you are ready to sign up, click on one of our course links at the top of the page to grab your spot in one of our courses.
You are required by Ohio to pass an approved pre-education course like CPMI with a minimum of seventy percent in order to move on to the final examination. Online, textbook, and classroom courses are all acceptable course options for Ohio. CPMI offers online and textbook courses in English and Spanish for convenient at-home self-study. When enrolled with us, you will meet the required twenty hours of instruction. You must have a proctor present during the exam who can be neither a family member or business associate.
Once you complete the required pre-licensing education course, you will only have 180 days to take your licensing exam. Under the supervision from the State Insurance Commissioner, the Ohio Department of Insurance regulates insurance licensing for the state of Ohio. You can contact the DOI at 614-644-2665 by phone.