VIAA is not associated with licensing exams in VT.
Please visit the Thompson Prometric website for testing information.
Vermont Insurance Agents Association offers pre-licensing training review seminars for P&C and L&H (HMO) students as study tools, but students still need to self-study all the material on their own prior, during and after all classes. Go to the calendar page for the most recent class schedule.
Kaplan - P&C Books
*Effective 1/14/13 P&C Exam Manual and Law Supplement are now $80.00 and Online Course is $175.00
Continuing Education Requirements
Frequent Question: How can I find out how many credits I have acquired?
Answer: Go to the link below and type in your license number.
Sircon Corporation's Compliance Express: www.sircon.com
Click on Look Up Education Course/Credits
Click on Continuing Education Transcript Inquiry
Type in agent license number and last name
Print Agent License: www.sircon.com - $5.50 to print a copy
Click on More Services under Quick Start for Agents and Agencies
Click on Print a License
Type in Last 4 digits of SSN, Last Name, Licensing State and License Number
Vermont law requires insurance agents or brokers to meet the continuing education (CE) requirement each 24-month licensing period. Upon a producer's license renewal and every renewal thereafter, a producer must complete 24 hours of approved continuing education courses during the preceding two years. Of the 24 hours requirement, no more than six credits may come from credit categorized as Agency Management.
All licensed agents are required to take 3 Hour Flood Course (one time requirement - if you have already taken it then you are all set, but if you are newly licensed you will need to take the 3 hour requirement.)
All licensed agents are required to take 3 Hour Ethics Course every two years.
To meet these requirements, producers must take courses approved for Vermont Insurance Continuing Education. (See the CE Calendar for eligible classes)
**The continuing education requirements do not apply to an agent or broker until after the first renewal or first eligibility for renewal of their license.
For more detailed information regarding continuing education, contact the Thompson Prometric website under the topic titled For Pre-Licensing/Continuing Education and then Vermont Licensees.