I believe that as an Independent Insurance Agent, I am serving the interests of my clients by responding to their expressed insurance needs.
I will respect the authority vested in me by the insurance companies I represent, and work to maintain open lines of communication with them. I will strive to maintain positive relations with other insurance agencies in my community, competing with them on an honorable and fair basis.
I will work with other Independent Insurance Agents for the betterment of the insurance business, and endeavor to elevate the standards of my occupation by following this Code of Ethics and encouraging other Independent Insurance Agents to do likewise. To the Public I believe that serving the public as an Independent Insurance Agent is an honorable occupation, affording me a special opportunity to serve society and offer valuable insurance products and services to the public.
To the Insurance Companies I Represent I will respect the authority vested in me by the insurance companies I represent, and work to maintain open lines of communication with them.
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To Other Independent Insurance Agents I will strive to maintain positive relations with other insurance agencies in my community, competing with them on an honorable and fair basis. Is the ethics requirement in addition to a resident agents' continuing education CE requirement?
No, this approved ethics training course will be part of, not in addition to, the agents' CE requirement. Does a licensed agent need to take a single two-hour or four-hour ethics course, in order to meet their specific CE requirement? No, these approved ethics courses are available in various hour increments.
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There are one, two, three, four, and more CE credit hours given to approved ethics courses. The agent must complete courses that have credit hours that either meet or exceed the agent's required number of ethics CE hours. Will an agent who is 70 years old and has been licensed in good standing for 30 continuous years in the State of California need to complete the ethics continuing education requirement?
No, Section However, the licensees that are except from continuing education training stated in Section c of the CIC that sell annuity or long-term care products must complete the required annuity training stated in Section No, since this agent is not required to complete any continuing education the agent is also exempt from the ethics CE requirement.
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When a licensee goes from an inactive status to an active status, the licensee must complete the required continuing education CE hours for the renewal terms he or she was inactive i. The inactive licensee would need to complete the number of required continuing education hours and a portion of the continuing education hours would need to meet the ethics CE requirement.
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If an applicant was recently licensed and took 12 hours of code and ethics, as part of their pre-licensing requirement, will this agent still need to take the ethics approved class? Yes, ethics continuing education courses are developed to meet established ethics curriculum standards.