California 2004 Annuity Training for SB620 Now Available

by WebCE | Jul 15, 2004

California 2004 Annuity Training Course Now Available from WebCE
Fulfills New State Education Requirement for All California Agents Who Sell Annuities

DALLAS – WebCE, the nationwide provider of Internet-based continuing education (CE) solutions to the insurance industry, today announced the immediate availability of both an Internet and paper-based California 2004 Annuity Training course that fulfills the newly-mandated training requirement for agents who sell annuities. This new 8-hour course must be completed no later than December 31, 2004 by all insurance agents and financial planners who sell annuities in California.

“Our new 2004 California Annuity Training Course, teamed with WebCE’s proven ability to provide real-time course exams from any Internet connection, means California’s insurance professionals can complete this new CE requirement faster and easier,” said Gary Henkel, CEO of WebCE.

The course will be available for online delivery at an introductory price of $19.95 and includes the course, online exam, certificate of completion and notification to the California Department of Insurance when the course is completed. Discounts are available for larger volume orders. Paper-based courses and exams are also available.

About WebCE
WebCE is a nationwide supplier of state-of-the-art continuing education courses to hundreds of thousands of licensed insurance professionals and financial planners. WebCE provides an integrated suite of continuing education courses and testing services that are delivered either electronically over the Internet or through traditional books.

About The New California Annuities CE Requirement
On May 14, 2004 The California Department of Insurance released its course specifications and training requirements for the new 2004 California Annuity Training Course. California’s approved continuing education providers that intend to offer this new course must successfully address a series of annuities topics that meet the requirements of SB 620 (Scott, Chapter 547, Statues of 2003), annuities, life insurance, required disclosures and prohibited sales practices. More information about compliance with these requirements is available on the California Department of Insurance web site at,