Courses: North Carolina LTC Certification

North Carolina Long-Term Care Certification Catalog

Prefer to have live training? Want to skip the exam? The 4 Hour Refresher Mandatory LTC Training in this state has also been approved as a webinar. Click here to view a list of upcoming webinars and classrooms.

Training Requirements

Initial Certification Requirement:
Initial 8-hour NAIC Partnership training course.
Resident Producers:
North Carolina allows resident producers to take a North Carolina 8-hour NAIC Partnership course, or they may take an 8-hour NAIC Partnership course from another state to fulfill North Carolina’s requirements.
Non-Resident Producers:
North Carolina has adopted training reciprocity. This means that non-resident producers may take a North Carolina 8-hour NAIC Partnership course OR they may take an 8-hour NAIC Partnership course from another state.
Refresher Certification Training:
North Carolina requires a 4-hour course every biennial compliance period thereafter.
Additional LTC Requirement:
Special License required: Special License required. Producer must hold a Medicare Supplement/LTC license. The prerequisite to hold this license is the Accident, Health, and Sickness license. Producer must complete 10 hours of pre-licensing LTC/Medicaid education and pass a state examination. A non-resident is exempt from the pre-licensing education and exam, but must apply for the LTC license. To do so, they must be qualified for LTC in their resident state and hold a North Carolina Life & Health License. For more information about this requirement, please review the Long-Term Care Partnership (LTCP) Licensees Frequently Asked Questions from the NC Department of Insurance/Agent Services Division.

What do the Version A and Version B mean? LTC renewal training must be completed every 2 years. Most states will not allow the same CE course to be repeated during a single compliance period or the subsequent compliance period. In an effort to ensure you can always earn CE for our programs, we provide two versions of the 4 hour that you can alternate between. To avoid any limitations in your resident license state, we strongly advise that you alternate between versions in order to ensure you can earn CE credit towards your license renewal. Please refer to your continuing education transcript to see which course you have taken within your current compliance period. If your last course was completed in the classroom or you have never taken a course with us before, choose Version A. If you are still unsure about which course to take, check your history under "My Courses" or contact us and our friendly staff will help guide you on what to select.