Start Completing Your Oklahoma Insurance Continuing Education Hours Here
Getting your required 24 hours of continuing education hours just got easier! The Center for Continuing Education offers over 180 hours over 27 courses to meet your needs. We also have many pre-packaged courses based on your license type including:
Customer Service Representatives
Our Oklahoma adjuster and agent/producer continuing education courses are online and have been approved by the Oklahoma Insurance Department.
We make it easy! Each course is on-line allowing you to log-in as many times as you like, whenever you like, and the course remembers where you left off! We even pre-packaged courses for you to make it easy to get 24 hours, saving you time, and eliminating the stress of picking the right courses.
Don’t Worry! Our online courses are broken into manageable units with a quiz at the end of each unit. We also provide correct answers and rationale for those answers you might miss. You get to retake the quiz as many times as you need to achieve a passing grade and move to the next unit. Once you've completed the online portion, there will be a final exam that you can either take online or print the test first and then enter the answers online. Don't worry if you do not pass the first time as we automatically reload another test for you to take.
Best-in-Class Pricing. Our 24-hour packages start at $67.00 which includes the state required fees of $1 per credit hour.
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Oklahoma Continuing Education Requirements
All resident agent producers, title producers, CSRs and adjusters are required to complete continuing education biennially prior to license renewal.
NOTE: Licensees cannot repeat a course within a 24 month period. A Licensee will need to review their CE Transcript online to ensure that a course is not repeated (refer to the course number for verification.)
Effective January 1, 2015: a new CE course for earthquake will be required for licensees' holding a Property line of authority.
Resident Producers (excluding Title producers) are required to complete 24 hours of continuing education. The 24 hours should consist of 3 hours of ethics, 2 hours of legislative update and 19 hours of producer general. A licensee holding a property line of authority is required to complete a 1 hour earthquake course, which will be counted as part of the 19 hour general requirement. Additional Selling CE Requirements (counts toward 19 hours of producer general credit):
Producers that sell, solicit, or negotiate long term care insurance must take the initial 8 hour long term care partnership course prior to offering this type of product and complete a 4 hour long term care partnership course each renewal cycle thereafter. http://okltcpartnership.org/
Producers that sell, solicit, or negotiate Annuity products are required to take a onetime 4 hour course on Annuity products.
Title Producers are required to complete 16 hours of continuing education. The 16 hours should consist of 2 hours of ethics, 2 hours of legislative updates and 12 hours of producer general. CE courses approved for producers general are also approved for Title agents.
Customer Service Representatives (CSR) are required to complete 13 hours of continuing education. The 13 hours should consist of 3 hours of ethics, 2 hours of legislative updates and 8 hours of producer general. A licensee holding a property line of authority is required to complete a 1 hour earthquake course, which will be counted as part of the 8 hour general requirement.
Resident Adjusters are required to complete 24 hours of continuing education. The 24 hours should consist of 3 hours of ethics, 2 hours of legislative update and 19 hours of adjuster general. A licensee, holding a property line of authority is required to complete a 1 hour earthquake course, which will be counted as part of the 19 hour general requirement.
Non-Resident Producers - basic CE is considered to be reciprocal with the producer's resident state if that state has a CE requirement and the producer has met all of the requirements of that state.
Non-Resident Adjusters are required to complete CE in at least (1) state where they have an active adjuster license. CE requirements should be completed in their resident state as long as that state requires CE. Otherwise, the adjuster may designate a non-resident state where they hold an active license and meet that state's CE requirement. If Oklahoma is their designated home state for CE, then the adjuster is required to complete 24 hours of continuing education. The 24 hours should consist of 3 hours of ethics, 2 hours of legislative update and 19 hours of adjuster general. A licensee holding a property line of authority is required to complete a 1 hour earthquake course, which will be counted as part of the 19 hour general requirement.
How to Renew Your License in Oklahoma
An existing ACTIVE resident (R) or non-resident (NR) license may be renewed approximately 90 days prior to expiration. Renewals are required to be processed online with the Oklahoma Insurance Department. Oklahoma resident licensees will need to be CE compliant prior to renewing their license.
We've designed our courses to be online and are broken into small "units" to make studying easier and stress-free. Each of our courses consist of several units of study with a quiz at the end of each unit. To progress from one unit to the next, you must pass the quiz by obtaining a score 70% or better. If you fail the quiz, don't worry as the course takes you back to the unit for review and a retake the unit quiz. This process is repeated until you pass the unit quiz.
During the quiz, you cannot back up to find the answer in the study materials. However, you can use your own personal notes but you may not use any other person's notes or help during a quiz.
When you complete the quiz, the course shows you your answer, the correct answer and an explanation of the correct answer. The unit quiz is a monitoring tool used to track your time studying the unit and responses to the questions.
Upon successful completion of the online portion of the course, you will be able to download the textbook for further review. Once you are ready, the course will upload a final exam. No need to worry, if you do not achieve a passing score the first time around, the system will automatically upload a second exam.
Upon successful completion of the course, we will email you a certificate of completion and report the hours to the Oklahoma Insurance Department the next business day.
Contacting the State
Additional information and answers to many licensing questions can found via the Oklahoma Insurance Department