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Idaho’s continuing education course applications are reviewed by an advisory committee on a monthly basis. This committee reviews applications and determines whether or not to approve for CE credit in Idaho. This committee meets the first Friday of each month and applications must be submitted no later than the Tuesday prior to each meeting.

Idaho uses the Vertafore (previously known as Sircon) Continuing Education system for maintaining producer CE transcripts as well as course maintenance. Course applications, course renewals and course rosters are processed electronically through Vertafore .

Each Idaho CE provider must subscribe as a provider to Sircon Compliance Express to submit applications and course rosters electronically. Information about Vertafore continuing education services and who to contact to become a provider are outlined in this brochure.

Idaho has no separate provider approval process. CE course providers are approved when their first course is approved. Your first course application will need to be submitted on paper. Once you are an approved provider of CE in Idaho, and established as a Sircon provider, you will be able to submit applications and maintain course information online.

Courses are approved for a two-year period. During this two-year period, the provider may present the course (offerings) as often as they wish.

Idaho does not require providers to submit a specific schedule of class offerings to the Department; however, if you do create offerings online through Vertafore, you must contact the Department in the event that a specific offering is cancelled.

Providers are subject to Idaho regulations for CE as defined in Idaho Statutes Title 41, and as specifically set out in the Idaho Administrative Code (IDAPA) 18.01.53. Additionally, as a member of the NAIC, Idaho follows guidelines and recommendations of that organization with regards to Continuing Education and which can be found on the NAIC website (www.NAIC.org). It is strongly suggested that providers familiarize themselves with these Statutes, Rules and guidelines. These documents outline course criteria, classroom monitoring requirements, course approval processes, course maintenance requirements, and other topics regarding CE in Idaho.


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