Vermont Insurance Producer LicensingCPMI Education & Training for the Vermont Agent Exam
Vermont insurance license administration is a function of the Department of Banking, Insurance, Securities & Health Care Administration of the state of Vermont. Agents looking to take out their license should take an insurance training course before registering for the VT insurance licensing test.Vermont Insurance Exam Preperation Made Simple
Do you need to pass the VT insurance licensing exam? Great exam prep tools include the Exam Advantage test simulation program, the online video review and audio CD programs The test simulation computer program has a learning test format, which gives the correct answer and explanation for the answer as soon as a question is answered. The learning test is a very useful learning tool.
Study in the format of simple learning examinations with insurance general concepts, laws, and definitions taught in our learning tests or dive right in to timed practice quizzes, similar in format to the VT prelicensing exam. You can use our Online Video Classroom as a primary learning program or as a supplement to any course you might have already taken. Our Exam Advantage Review program now includes our test simulator at no extra cost.
- Life, Health, Property and Casualty insurance agent programs.
- Pass your first time or get your money back!
With our Exam Advantage learning programs the learning format is designed to be similar to the state licensing exam. With our test simulator you can take a practice test that especially helps producers have confidence when they go to take their test, and when you review the results page you can see which topics need to be studied more in your textbook or other study materials. The online video and audio CDs will help you to memorize and understand the many insurance facts, plans, policy types, underwriting proceedures, etc that you need to know to pass the state licensing exam.
Producers who are ready to take their VT examination will sign up through either the NIPR or Sircon links available on the Vermont Insurance Department website.