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Virginia Course Introduction Statement
This statement must be disseminated at the beginning of
ALL CE courses;
regardless of the format in which the course is offered.
IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO BE CE COMPLIANT, INCLUDING PAYMENT OF
ALL FEES. IF YOU CHOOSE TO DELEGATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR KEEPING
TRACK OF AND/OR ENSURING YOUR CE COMPLIANCE TO ANOTHER PERSON (SUCH
AS AN AGENCY MANAGER, SECRETARY, LICENSING CLERK, COMPLIANCE
OFFICER, FELLOW AGENT, FAMILY MEMBER, OR OTHER THIRD PARTY), THE
ULTIMATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR NONCOMPLIANCE, AND ANY RESULTING
PENALTIES, WILL CONTINUE TO BE YOURS.
course is categorized as [Company/Agency] / [Non-Company/Non-Agency]
(highlight the relevant type). No more than 75% of your required credits can
come from Company/Agency course credits (see inside front cover of
handbook). Additionally, at least three (3) course credits must come for
Ethics (Law and Regulations).
course has been approved for X credits, ____LH ____PC ____TI ____OGI
____Law and Regulations ____Ethics ____Mediation ____ LTC ____LTCP.
courses – One credit hour is 50 minutes of continuous instruction or
participation. Your attendance will be verified via the sign-in/sign-out
sheet located with the door monitor. Only students meeting minimum
attendance requirements may receive certificates of course completion.
cannot receive CE credit for a course taught in alternative formats (a
classroom course, online course, video or audio conference,
web-conference-based, etc.) if the curriculum is based on the same published
materials; this rule applies to any variation of course type. For example,
Agents cannot receive CE credit for both a self-study (examination course)
and a classroom course based on the same published materials.
earned Ethics credits may be applied to cover other CE requirements in the
current biennium and any remaining credits may be carried over to the next
biennium and applied to either the Ethics requirement or other CE
are not allowed to receive or carry over credit for the same course in the
Virginia Insurance License Number (VLN) and the National Producer Number (NPN)
are permitted for identification. Please be sure that you have recorded
your number so that the instructor can read it, as illegible submissions
will result in a delay of reporting course credits.
class may be audited by representatives of Pearson VUE. Pearson VUE
is a private company who in partnership with Vertafore was contracted by the
Virginia Insurance Continuing Education Board to administer all facets of
the continuing education program for the Board effective with the 2009-2010
credits for this course should be posted to your transcript within 20
calendar days. If your transcript does not reflect this course until 20
calendar days, please contact the sponsor.
are expected to give their full attention to this class. All electronic
devices should be turned off and put away along with any reading material
other than material applicable to this class.
and consultants who fail to update their address with the Virginia Bureau of
Insurance may not receive important notices. Agents may update their
address and add or update their email address online at
should review the Virginia Insurance Continuing Education Agent Information
Handbook for complete guidelines at
www.virginiainsurancece.com. Copies may also be obtained from Pearson VUE
by calling 1-877-234-6093 or by sending an email to:
www.virginiainsurancece.com to view updated transcript information and to
pay their biennial filing fee of $20.00.
education sponsors and instructors must strictly adhere to all relevant Program
Requirements and all other standards as set forth in this Sponsor Information
Handbook. This Sponsor Handbook may be modified from time to time, to reflect
Commonwealth of Virginia statutory changes, regulatory changes by the State
Corporation Commission as well as policy changes made by the Virginia Continuing