In response to Covid-19, states are in the process of making temporary changes to requirements for completing pre-licensing and continuing education, as well as making extensions for license renewals. As we receive information from each state’s insurance and real estate department, we will update this page to give you insight on what your state is changing to accommodate our nation’s circumstances, as well as what we plan to do to help you complete your courses as smoothly as possible.
Online course with online exam: fill out the proctor information fields with YOUR information (instead of the monitor’s information) and if a paper affirmation is required enter your information as both student and proctor with your signature and return to Cape for processing.
Last updated: April 8, 2022, at 10:21 AM
Insurance Continuing Education
|Massachusetts||October 7, 2020||All individual insurance licenses “in good standing” as of the date of the Emergency Declaration that expire during the state of emergency are extended and shall remain valid for a period of 90 days following the termination of the state of emergency.|
The Division is also waiving the proctor requirement for all approved online continuing education courses. More information here.
April 9, 2020 – The Continuing Education Attestation of Personal Responsibility Form has been created for students to sign to attest they have not received outside assistance while completing an online course exam.
April 29, 2020 – Temporary resident producer licenses are now available. Licenses expire 90 days after the state of emergency is lifted or 180 days from the date of issue. Licenses can be converted. More information here.
|South Carolina||May 1, 2022||The South Carolina Department of Insurance is hereby notifying all approved South Carolina providers effective May 1, 2022, the requirement for a proctored exam will be reinstated. Please notify all producers who purchase an online or correspondence course from your organization that they will be required to obtain a proctor to monitor their exam as of May 1, 2022.|
|Vermont||April 17, 2020||The Continuing Education Attestation of Personal Responsibility Form has been created for students to sign to attest they have not received outside assistance while completing an online course exam. More information here.|
April 17, 2020 – Vermont Insurance has the option for candidates to take remotely proctored exams called ProProctor through Prometric. More information here.