Washington DC Pre-License Health CoursesWashington DC Health Insurance Education
The Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking is the entity that oversees the insurance licenses and regulations in Washington DC. For a prospective Health producer to receive their Health Insurance license, they must first pass the Washington DC Health license exam. These insurance exams can be anywhere from 1.5 hours to 2.5 hours in length and cover a broad range of insurance concepts, insurance law and procedures. Gathering all of the proper and most up-to-date insurance material for your exam can be challenging. This is just one of the reasons it is so highly suggested for prospective insurance producers to take a pre-license education course. At CPMI, we provide everything that you would need to know to prepare to take your Washington DC Health license exam. When you take your Washington DC Pre-License Health course with CPMI, you will have the best study tools and comprehensive insurance materials. All of the material that you will be learning and studying will be conveniently on the web for you, making it so that you can have access it anytime you need. Our students especially love this because, with already full schedules, it is so nice that they are able to fit in their coursework on the time that works best for them. The other requirements for a Washington DC Health license are: you must be eighteen years or older and have a current address in Washington DC (P.O. Box is not acceptable).
It is a great time to get your Health license--there has been a rise in Health Insurance policies over the last few years due to the healthcare reform laws and increase in medical costs. When you receive your Washington DC Health license, you will legally be able to sell Health Insurance, solicit for new clients, and negotiate Health insurance policies and claims.