Texas Long-Term Care Certification (LTC)

Course Catalog

Want to skip the exam? The 4 hour refresher training in this state has also been approved as a live training webinar. Our webinars are offered at select times throughout the month allowing you to attend live and skip the hassle of taking an exam. Check our Live Training tab to see if a webinar is something you would be interested in attending.

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. We strongly advise that you alternate between the online versions in order to ensure you can earn CE credit towards your license renewal. 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 customer support.

Training Requirements

Initial Certification Requirement: Texas approved 8-hour NAIC Partnership training course.
Resident Producers: Texas requires that licensed resident producers take a course that has been approved by the Texas Department of Insurance. It does not have to be approved as continuing education, but can be.
Non-Resident Producers: Texas has adopted training reciprocity for non-resident producers if they are licensed in their home state, the home state is a Partnership state, and the producer takes a comparable course in their home state. If the home state is not a Partnership state, the producer can meet the requirements by taking a qualified 8-hour Texas NAIC Partnership course. Please note: training in one of the original 4 Partnership states of California, Connecticut, Indiana or New York does not qualify for Texas’s training requirements.
Refresher Certification Training: Updated June 27th, 2013: Texas requires a 4-hour course to be taken by the end of each CE cycle (instead of every 24 months) and it must be approved as Continuing Education (CE) and CE must be issued. A non-resident will be deemed to satisfy the requirements if they are licensed in their home state and their home state is a Partnership state. If the home state is not a Partnership state, the producer can meet the requirements by taking an 8-hour Texas NAIC Partnership course. This training requirement is for both resident and non-resident producers.