The NAIC Producer Training Model Act of 2006 and the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 require that states implement training requirements that must be met prior to selling long-term care insurance.
Producers are to complete a one-time, eight-hour training course before selling long-term care insurance products and an ongoing, four-hour training requirement every two years thereafter. The training must cover long-term care insurance, as well as information about Partnership programs and their relationship to the Medicaid program.
This training type is for agents who are taking an LTC certification course to meet LTC training requirements. If you are taking your LTC certification course in your resident state and also want insurance CE towards your license, add the insurance continuing education credit as well. Note that insurance continuing education credit cannot be filed in most non-resident states.
Choosing only this credit type is ideal for non-resident agents, grandfathered agents, or individuals who have already satisfied their insurance CE requirement and wish to skip any stricter training requirements that may be required to qualify for license credit.