Continuing Education Requirements
Resident CE Requirements
As required by NRS 683A and NAC 683A, producers are required to
complete 30 hours of CE within the 3 year licensing period as a condition of
renewal. Three (3) of the 30 must be in the category of ethics. Each
general agent, bail agent, bail enforcement agent or bail solicitor must
complete a three (3) hour program of continuing education specifically related
to the bail industry.
Persons that have earned and continue to maintain a designation as a chartered property casualty underwriter (CPCU), chartered life underwriter (CLU), certified insurance counselor (CIC), certified financial planner (CFP) or chartered financial consultant (ChFC) OR persons that have 20 years of continuous licensure as a producer of insurance may qualify for an exemption from CE regulation.
Look up CE Providers and course offerings via SIRCON:
- Select Lookup Education Courses/Credits
- Select Approved Courses Inquiry
- Please select a State: Required. From the dropdown menu, select the state in which you want to find approved courses.
- Education Type: Required. From the dropdown menu, select Continuing Education.
- Instruction Method: If desired, select an option from the dropdown menu to limit the search to courses using a particular presentation method (e.g., Classroom, Self-Study, etc.). If you do not select a particular presentation method, the inquiry will report courses presented by all available methods.
- Course Category: If desired, click to checkmark one or multiple course categories based on the license types available in the selected state. If you do not checkmark any course categories, the inquiry will report courses in all course categories.
- Course Hours: To limit the search to only courses worth a certain number of credit hours, enter a numeric value. If you do not enter a value, the inquiry will report courses worth any number of credit hours.
Each general agent, bail agent, bail enforcement agent or bail solicitor must complete a three (3) hour program of continuing education specifically related to the bail industry. The course must be an approved course in Nevada and may be offered by the authorized surety insurer from whom the licensee received written appointment, if any, a state or national organization of bail agents or another organization that administers training programs for general agents, bail agents, bail enforcement agents or bail solicitors.