CE and Licensing

​​For Colorado Insurance Producers Continuing Education (CE) requirements and frequently asked questions click here.

To obtain or view your continuing education (CE) transcript click here and click on “Look Up Education Courses/Credits.  Follow the prompts to enter in your personal information.

Colorado law requires all resident producers to complete twenty-four (24) hours of Colorado-approved continuing education courses every two (2) years and requires that six (6) of the twenty-four (24) credits be in Ethics (3) and Homeowner continuing Education (3).  Eighteen (18) hours must be specific to lines held. Combined licenses should divide hours between LH and PC topics. 

There are two (2) exceptions to the CE requirement: 1) first-time licensees will have until their second continuation cycle to comply; and 2) producers holding a limited or restricted license (e.g., travel ticket, title, credit) are not required to complete CE as long as their license is in good standing with the Division.  

Colorado will consider nonresidents in compliance with the CE requirement if they have satisfied the continuing education requirements of their home state
A list of approved course providers can be found on the Sircon website.  Click on “Look Up Education Courses/Credits.”
The Colorado Division of Insurance uses Pearson VUE as its producer licensing vendor and contracts SIRCON/Vertaforte for electronic applications, license management and appointment services for Colorado insurance producers. 

For producer information please click here.

Congratulations on making the decision to get into the insurance industry.  Smart decision!

To get started, you must sign up for a pre-licensing course. TCCO offers property and casualty pre-licensing courses.  This course is approved by the state of Colorado and will fulfill your pre-licensing requirements needed before taking the licensing exam. 

The Colorado Division of Insurance required 50 hours of study before sitting for the licensing exam.  Sixteen hours are completed in the classroom and the other 34 hours are to be completed via self-study.  Per the DOI, self-study hours are to be completed before attending the class.

For additional information on the pre-licensing requirements and to schedule your exam, visit PearsonVue.  Click on Create Account to schedule your exam.  When registering for the licensing exam, select provider 211885 - Professional Independent Insurance Agents of Colorado.

For additional, detailed information about licensing requirements, how to schedule exams, etc. reference this 

​Pre-licensing dates. All class times are 8:00am-5:00pm
This class includes two days of instruction, the Property and Casualty Insurance License Exam Manual, the Colorado specific Law Supplement notebook, and access to InsurancePro Qbank (online quizzes) hosted by Kaplan.  

November 29-30, 2018​

Cancellation Policy: due to the nature of the program and copyright laws which apply to the materials, NO REFUND will be granted.  However, one (1) free substitution or one (1) class transfer within a calendar year is permissible.  Failure to transfer or substitute within three (3) business days prior to the scheduled class will result in a $100 penalty fee.  A no show for this class will result in loss of entire tuition.