Are you a licensed insurance producer in Arizona? At BMFCE, we provide insurance continuing education classes for resident producers in Arizona. These courses are part of the requirement to keep an insurance producer license current.
Each state has different specific requirements that you must meet to keep your license current. As part of the renewal process, you have to complete a certain number of continuing education (CE) credits. The number of hours differs by state, so it’s important to know your state’s requirement.
Requirements for Arizona license renewal
You need to complete at least 48 hours of continuing education during each four-year license period. These courses must be pre-approved by Prometric, the insurance continuing education administrator in Arizona, and at least six of these 48 hours must be in ethics training. Be careful when looking into course providers and make sure that they are an Arizona-Approved Insurance Continuing Education Provider. This is particularly important, because those credits won’t count towards the requirement from an unapproved provider.
BMFCE is an approved provider for Arizona. Our provider number is 10018328.
our Arizona Insurance Continuing education courses
We offer dozens of different courses that are certified by the Arizona Department of Insurance and Financial Institutions. Our Insurance CE courses for Arizona cover a wide range of general and specialty areas. Some of our courses include:
- Insurance Ethics Today
- Cheaters and Snitches
- Insurance in Professional Sports
- Health Saving and Spending Accounts
- Pet Insurance
- Smart Home Liability and Cyber
Why choose BMFCE for your Continuing education requirements?
We provide insurance CE in three different ways–classroom settings, live webinars and online self study. Our live webinars are the most popular option because you can take the course in the comfort and convenience of your home or office. We take attendance during the webinar, so there is no test required for credit.
Once you complete a course with BMFCE, we will report your credit electronically to the Insurance Department. You can check your education transcript online to verify the report at sircon.com. It’s important that you don’t let your license period lapse; you won’t be able to work as an insurance producer until your renew it and pay a $100 late fee.
Ready to sign up? Contact us today and let us know what courses you’re interested in!