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WebCE provides state-approved North Carolina Insurance Continuing Education with a money back guarantee! Satisfy ALL your CE requirements at one low price with our online or paper courses!

North Carolina insurance CE course pricing:
You may select 24 hours of courses for $39.95 plus $0.75 for each additional hour. An additional $0.00 per course will be added to your total if you select paper course material.

Single NC insurance continuing education courses start at just $4.95!
WebCE offers courses for the following NC license types:

North Carolina Insurance CE

North Carolina Insurance CE Requirements 

Required Continuing Education Hours

Life and Health Producers

24 CE hours, including 3 hours of ethics, are required every 2 year license term (see license term below).

Special Training/Education Requirements

Long-Term Care Partnership 

  • Initial 8-hour training requirement: Before selling, soliciting, or negotiating long-term care partnership products, producers must complete an initial 8-hour state-approved training course. *Residents who satisfy the training requirements of another state that are similar to North Carolina's law will be deemed compliant with this requirement only if the insurance company chooses to accept the training completed in another state.(Go to the course catalog to order WebCE’s Long-Term Care: Programs, Policies, and Partnerships course, which fulfills this requirement.)
  • Ongoing 4-hour training requirement: After completing the initial 8-hour LTCP training requirement, producers must complete a 4 hour follow-up training course every 24-month compliance period following the initial training. *Residents who satisfy the training requirements of another state that are similar to North Carolina's law will be deemed compliant with this requirement only if the insurance company chooses to accept the training completed in another state. (Go to the course catalog to WebCE’s Long Term Care 4-Hour Training course or 4-Hour Long-Term Care Review course, both of which fulfill this requirement.)

Property and Casualty Producers

24 CE hours, including 3 hours of ethics, are required every 2 year license term (see license term below).  Producers must also complete the following special training:

Special Training/Education Requirements

Flood Insurance

All North Carolina property and casualty producers, adjusters, and personal lines producers must complete 3 hours of CE courses approved for flood insurance every 4 years. (Go to the course catalog to order WebCE’s Flood Insurance Fundamentals: NFIP Training for Insurance Producers course, which fulfills this requirement.)

Adjusters

24 CE hours, including 3 hours of ethics, are required every 2 year license term (see license term below).  Producers must also complete the following special training:

Special Training/Education Requirements

Flood Insurance

All property and casualty producers, adjusters, and personal lines producers must complete 3 hours of CE courses approved for flood insurance every 4 years. (Go to the course catalog to order WebCE’s Flood Insurance Fundamentals: NFIP Training for Insurance Producers course, which fulfills this requirement.)

Public Adjusters

24 CE hours, including 3 hours of ethics, are required every 2 year license term (see license term below).  Producers must also complete the following special training:

Special Training/Education Requirements

Flood Insurance

All property and casualty producers, adjusters, and personal lines producers must complete 3 hours of CE courses approved for flood insurance every 4 years. (Go to the course catalog to order WebCE’s Flood Insurance Fundamentals: NFIP Training for Insurance Producers course, which fulfills this requirement.)

Roster Fees

A roster fee of $1.65 per credit hour ordered is required to process course completion hours in North Carolina and will be added to the order total upon checkout.

Nonresident CE Requirements

  • Nonresident adjusters and public adjusters who have adopted North Carolina as their home state are required to complete the CE requirements of North Carolina as described below:
    • 24 CE hours, including 3 hours of ethics, are required every 2 year license term (see license term below).  Nonresident Adjusters must also complete the following special training:

Special Training/Education Requirements

Flood Insurance

All property and casualty producers, adjusters, and personal lines producers must complete 3 hours of CE courses approved for flood insurance every 4 years. (Go to the course catalog to order WebCE’s Flood Insurance Fundamentals: NFIP Training for Insurance Producers course, which fulfills this requirement.)

  • Nonresident adjusters and public adjusters who have not adopted North Carolina as their home state are not required to complete the North Carolina CE requirements as long as the adjuster is in good standing with his or her home state.  If the adjuster is not in good standing with his or her home state, the North Carolina Department of Insurance will cancel the license.
    • The Department of Insurance will confirm the active resident or designated home state license status for non-resident adjusters through the national Producer Database (PDB). Non-resident adjuster licenses will be continued upon verification of resident or designated home state license authority. If the non-resident adjuster’s license is not in good standing in their resident or designated home state, the non-resident adjuster’s license will be cancelled in North Carolina and a letter mailed notifying the individual of the license cancellation.
  • Nonresident producers are not required to complete the North Carolina CE requirements as long as the producer is in good standing in his or her home state.  If the producer is not in good standing with his or her home state, the North Carolina Department of Insurance will cancel the license.
    • The Department of Insurance will confirm the active home state license status for non-resident insurance producers through the national Producer Database (PDB). Non-resident insurance producer licenses will be continued upon verification of home state license authority. If the non-resident producer’s license is not in good standing in their home state, the non-resident insurance producer’s license will be cancelled in North Carolina and a letter mailed notifying the individual of the license cancellation.

Special Training/Education Requirements

Long-Term Care Partnership 

  • Before selling, soliciting, or negotiating long-term care partnership products, producers must complete an initial 8-hour state-approved training course. *Nonresidents who satisfy the training requirements of another state that are similar to North Carolina's law will be deemed compliant with this requirement only if the insurance company chooses to accept the training completed in another state. (Go to the course catalog to order WebCE’s Long-Term Care: Programs, Policies, and Partnerships course, which fulfills this requirement.)
  • Ongoing 4-hour training requirement: After completing the initial 8-hour LTCP training requirement, producers must complete a 4 hour follow-up training course every 24-month compliance period following the initial training.  *Nonresidents who satisfy the training requirements of another state that are similar to North Carolina's law will be deemed compliant with this requirement only if the insurance company chooses to accept the training completed in another state.  (Go to the course catalog to WebCE’s Long Term Care 4-Hour Training course or 4-Hour Long-Term Care Review course, both of which fulfill this requirement.)

License Term

  • The license term is every 2 years, based on the last day of the licensee’s birth month.  Licensees who were born in an even-numbered year will be required to complete their CE in even-numbered years.  Licensees who were born in an odd-numbered year will be required to complete their CE in odd-numbered years.
  • Public Adjusters renew on 3/31 annually.

CE Subject Requirements

Category restrictions: 
Licensees must complete 3 hours in approved ethics courses. All other hours may be completed by taking courses approved in any line of authority.

Course presentation:
Licensees may complete the North Carolina CE requirements through online self-study.

Study requirements:
Students should read the course material prior to taking the final exam.

Final Exam Requirements

Exam proctor requirements:
Online, self-study courses DO NOT require a monitor.

Exam rules:
The final exam must be closed book, and no outside information may be used to complete the exam. For online courses, once the exam is opened, access to the course material is restricted until the exam has been graded. The final exam must be passed with a score of 70 percent or higher to receive credit. If the final exam is not passed on the first attempt, students have an unlimited number of retakes.

CE Carryover Allowance

Excess credit hours can be carried forward to the next license term. Excess hours in ethics or flood insurance will carry forward as general credit.  Only whole credit hours will be carried forward.

Credit hours that are carried over from a previous compliance period may be taken again in the next compliance period, and WILL NOT be considered a duplicate.

Course Repetition Rules

A course may not be taken for credit more than once within a 2-year license term.

Certificate of Completion

WebCE provides online, printable certificates of completion in North Carolina. Certificates of completion will be available to print online immediately after the final exam is passed. Licensees must keep a copy of each certificate of completion in their files for 3 years.

CE Completion Reporting

Instant reporting- Insurance CE credits are immediately reported to Sircon upon course completion.

CE Exemptions

Licensees are exempt from CE if one of following is true:

  • Licensee's who were previously granted an exemption from CE based on being at least 65 years of age or being continuously licensed in the line of insurance for at least 25 years, will continue to be exempt from completing all of the CE requirements including the mandatory hours for ethics and/or flood.
  • Only those licensees who are unable to comply with continuing education requirements due to military service or long-term medical disability may request a waiver for continuing education requirements.  These are granted on a case-by-case basis.
  • The licensee is already exempt for one authority in which he or she is licensed. If this is true, the licensee is exempt from completing all of the CE requirements except for ethics and/or flood.
  • Nonresident adjusters who live in a state where the licensee is licensed for the same type of adjuster license held in North Carolina, or who are qualified for licensure in North Carolina due to adopting a state other than North Carolina for adjuster licensing purposes, are required to be in good standing with their home state in order to be exempt from the North Carolina CE requirements. 
  • Nonresident producers are not required to completed the North Carolina CE requirements as long as the producer is in good standing with his or her home state.

In order to qualify for an exemption if one of the above is true, licensees must submit the Request for Continuing Education Exemption or Waiver to Prometric, along with the appropriate documentation, for review. For the North Carolina exemption form, please click here.

Helpful Links

Check your license status

View your CE transcript

Go to the North Carolina DOI web site

Prometric

Phone: 866-241-3121
Fax: 800-735-7977
Email: Pro.ce-services@prometric.com
Web site: www.prometric.com

Sircon Contact Information

Sircon
Phone: 877-876-4430
Fax: 404-656-0874
Web site: www.sircon.com

State Contact Information

North Carolina Department of Insurance
Phone: 919-807-6800
Fax: 919-715-3794 or 919-715-7352
Website: www.ncdoi.com

Mailing Address: 1201 Mail Service Center
                          Raleigh, NC 27699-1201

WebCE provides information as a courtesy to individuals who are subject to continuing education (CE) as insurance producers, agents, adjusters and/or brokers. Although reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that the information provided here is accurate and current, neither WebCE nor its employees warrant or represent that this information is accurate and current. All information is subject to change without notice.