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Utah Insurance Exam Prep & Licensing Requirements

What are the Insurance Exam Prep education requirements for Utah?

Utah does not require licensing candidates to complete prelicensing education; however, it is recommended to complete an exam prep course before attempting to take your state’s licensing exam.

How to get an insurance license in Utah

  1. Meet the general eligibility criteria
    • Be at least 18 years of age
    • Maintain principal place of residence or business in Utah.

  2. Prepare for state licensing exam
    • Use the WebCE Exam Prep courses to better prepare you to pass the state licensing exam.

  3. Register and pass state licensing exam
    • Make an exam reservation at
    • Exam results will be reported directly to the state by Prometric and the candidate will receive an electronic score report at the completion of the exam.
    Before making an exam reservation applicants should thoroughly review the State of Utah Licensing Candidate Handbook by clicking on the Student Handbook button above.

  4. Submit fingerprints
    • Utah requires all resident insurance licensing candidates be fingerprinted prior to submitting a license application. Immediately after passing the exam, use the kiosk at the test center to complete your license application online via Sircon or NIPR. The license application will include an FBI/BCI fingerprint fee ($13.25 FBI/$15.00 BCI) that must be paid by credit card during the online license application process. Print out your Sircon or NIPR confirmation page that you will need for showing to the test center supervisor as proof you have paid the FBI/BCI fees in order to be fingerprinted.
    • Fingerprinting will be done at a Prometric test center after passing the exam, using “live scan” technology, which digitally captures and transmits the fingerprints to the Utah Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Visit to schedule fingerprinting.
  5. Apply for a License
    • After passing your licensing exam, complete the insurance license application online through Sircon or NIPR.

What are the WebCE Utah Insurance Exam Prep course requirements?

  • WebCE insurance exam prep courses follow the state exam content outlines. Students should read each lesson before proceeding to the next lesson.
  • WebCE suggests students pass the open-book non-monitored Exam Prep Practice exam with a score of 70% or higher and then utilize Exam Tutor and Flash Tutor for further practice before your exam day.

What is the access period for WebCE Utah Insurance Exam Prep courses?

90 days from the date of purchase. One additional extension for an additional 90 days can be purchased for $50.

How often does WebCE report Utah Insurance Exam Prep course completions?

WebCE does not report exam prep course completions as the Utah Insurance Department does not require course completions to be reported.

Does WebCE supply a certificate of completion for Utah Insurance Exam Prep courses?

Online PDF certificates of completion are available to print immediately after passing the WebCE course exam. Certificates are for personal records and is not required for the state exam.

What is the process to transfer an insurance license to Utah?

If you are moving to Utah and wish to qualify for a Utah license without taking an examination, you must:
  • Submit a completed license application and the appropriate fees to the Department within 90 days of canceling the other state’s license that was in good standing at the time of cancellation and within 90 days of becoming a legal resident of Utah. (Note: After 90 days, a Laws and Regulations exam is required.)
  • Submit proof of residency to the Department within the last 90 days (for example, a Utah driver’s license with an issue date or a mortgage agreement or lease agreement).
  • Have evidence of good standing of the other state’s license at the time it was canceled, such as a Letter of Clearance dated within the previous 90 days or electronic verification through the Producer Database (PDB).
  • Make a fingerprinting appointment at a Prometric test center by visiting website. Take the confirmation/receipt printout from your application with you to Prometric.
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What is the process to obtain a non-resident insurance license in Utah?

The State of Utah is a signatory to the NAIC Statement of Uniform Treatment of Nonresident Producers. Utah accepts NAIC Uniform Applications and has accepted the NAIC Model Producer Licensing Act.

Apply online

Are there any Utah insurance product specific training requirements?

Who to contact for additional questions

Utah Insurance Department

  • Phone: (801) 538-3800
  • Website:
  • Mail: Utah Insurance Department PO Box 146901 Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6901


This information is based on state laws and regulations and is subject to change. WebCE makes every effort to make sure this information is current and accurate, however, WebCE is not engaged in rendering legal or professional advice and shall not be held responsible for inaccuracies contained herein. We urge you to check with your state's insurance department for complete and current information about its licensing rules and requirements.
Last updated on 4/25/2024