The application form, summary and fee must be submitted at least thirty (30) days prior to the date of the continuing education course. A detailed business background or biography for each teacher must be attached to the course application. An original registration form, fee and detailed outline showing the hours and minutes for each topic must be submitted at least thirty (30) days prior to the date of the training course. A detailed business background or biography for each teacher must be attached to the course application. If the application is submitted by a secondary supplier, a copy of the authorization agreement must be provided. The applicant`s Federal Taxpayer Identification Number must be on the application. Do NOT use YOUR Social Security Number if you do not have a Federal Taxpayer Identification Number. Any individual, insurance company, insurance trading association, insurance producers` association, accredited higher education institution or insurance training organization may submit continuing education courses for approval by the Commissioner. Course information must be submitted to the Continuing Education Course application, which can be printed from this website.

A completed application should be addressed to the Indiana Department of Insurance, c/o CE Coordinator, 311 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2787. After a course authorization, providers must subscribe to Sircon Services. Suppliers must subscribe to Sircon Services to enter data and course locations and download completion certificates for producers. The download of diplomas to Sircon must be completed within 14 days of the end of the course. If a claimant objects to the number of hours allocated to a continuing education course or if the delegate refuses a course through the Education Advisory Council, the provider may appeal the delegate`s decision. The objection must be sent in writing to the delegate within thirty (30) days of the decision of the Education Advisory Council. The delegate shall examine, in consultation with the Advisory Committee on Education, any appeal brought by a provider. The Commissioner`s decision is a final administrative decision. Call the Indiana Department of Insurance, C/o CE Coordinator, 311 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2787. To be considered an active participation in the NAIC Continuing Education Reciprocity (CER), the commissioner of a state signed the NAIC Continuing Education Reciprocity Agreement, which was accepted by the Midwest Zone Chair.

In addition, the crown may be required to make changes to policies or forms in order to comply with the signed agreement and to have informed its suppliers of the start date of reciprocal bids. On July 1, 1998, the Midwest area launched a project to simplify the admission of continuing education (CE) courses for regulators and CE providers. The members of the Mid-Western zone have signed a reciprocity agreement which essentially provides that one Member State accepts EC credit granted to a course by another Member State. As of 31.03.04, 46 states and DCs have signed an addition to the Midwest Declaration regarding CE course authorization and have agreed to participate in what is now known as the NAIC CE Reciprocity (CER) process. The Agreement does not require any State to accept EC notifications which cannot otherwise be authorised. For example, if a state does not grant EC credit for a topic such as distribution and marketing, that state is not required to give credits to the part of a course containing the prohibited topic. . .

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