Is your Arkansas Insurance License due to expire soon? If so, keep in mind that Insurance Continuing Education (CE) for Arkansas is one of the requirements to renew your insurance producer license. Make sure to your credit hours early in case of delays; there is no grace period for an expired license and CE hours are due before the expiration date.
Every state handles their education requirements a little bit different. For Arkansas specifically, the minimum insurance continuing education requirement is 24 hours. Ethics are required to be three of these hours. Once you have your required credit hours, you’ll have to pass a short closed-book exam proctored by a third party. After earning a passing score, you can renew your insurance producer license.
What exactly is an insurance producer?
An insurance producer is an all-encompassing term for anyone who negotiates, or sells insurance. Both insurance brokers and agents are considered producers, as well as any other occupation that requires an insurance producer license. The initial license for an insurance producer in Arkansas is includes a wide variety of courses to help you understand and advise on insurance.
Afterwards, you need continuing education hours to keep the license current. In Arkansas, this 24 hours that must be done every two years by a certified education provider like BMFCE.
As we primarily focus on continuing education, our courses aren’t suitable for pre-licensing. For information on getting you first insurance license in Arkansas, visit the Arkansas Insurance Department website.
Courses available for Insurance CE for Arkansas
We have several different courses that you can choose from to get the required CE for your license. Some of our courses include:
- Credit Insurance
- Long term care Insurance
- Car rental coverage
- College and pro sports insurance
- Property and casualty insurance
- Ethics courses — Remember, you need a minimum of three hours of Ethics no matter what you specialize in.
You can mix and match these courses to find a collection that suits you. See our full Arkansas Producers course list here.
How much does it cost to get my Arkansas Insurance CE?
Some educators charge high course fees for their continuing education hours. There are many high-quality education providers in for Arkansas Insurance CE. However, You can easily pay upwards of hundred dollars by choosing some providers. Not with BMFCE. We sell our Arkansas Producers courses as a bundle that you can get for just $83. This includes the video courses as well as the reporting fee; we have everything you need covered.
Since our courses are online, you can do them from the comfort of your home at a time that best fits your schedule. Furthermore, once you’ve viewed and studied the information, simply pass the closed-book exam with a 70% score to receive your course certificate. To find out more, fill out a contact form or email us today.