IMPORTANT: This annual course expires March 22, 2019, you must pass your final exam and submit your grades to OLT by March 15 at the LATEST to be sure you get credit for the course!
This class satisfies the requiremen..
Most retirees can expect to live well beyond age 65. Realistic financial planning assumes that our clients will live a long, healthy and active life. This course is not about saving for retirement, however. It’s about wa..
This course is designed as a continuing education elective course for Public Adjusters (3-20/T31-20). The course contains 5 units including the following subjects:
Definition of Insurance Terms
This course is designed as a continuing education course related to general lines insurance. This course is designed as a continuing education elective course for Agents, Customer Representatives and Claims Adjusters not..
This class satisfies the requirement that Adjusters complete a 5-hour update course every 2 years, which is specific to the license held by the licensee, and covers Regulatory awareness, Licensing requirements, Departmen..
This class will inform the Agent on all aspects of the U.S. Medicare Program. After completion, the Agent will able to help his clients make decisions regarding their Medicare decisions. Units include: Introduction ..
This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services for insurance continuing education credit. No classroom attendance required. This FL Intermediate CE course is approved for 2hrs of CE cr..
Flood insurance is a special policy financially backed by the Federal Government, with cooperation from local communities and insurance companies. The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) was established in 1968 by th..
The course will present a review of hurricane characteristics and forecasting, emphasizing policies insuring hurricane losses, coverage questions and underwriting changes since Hurricane Andrew of 1992. In addition, type..