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Duplicate Education Courses
Have you taken the same course twice in a three-year period and not received credit?
This is because the same course cannot be taken with the same provider within a three-year period.  Section 69B-228.100(6), F.A.C., requires that three years must pass before credit can be given in this scenario. The Department encourages licensees to check their transcript prior to registering for continuing education courses to avoid the expense of duplicating coursework. This can be accomplished by logging in to MyProfile and viewing your education transcript.
Click here to see a tutorial on how to do this.  Please contact the course provider for alternative courses. 

 

Finding a Pre-Licensing or Continuing Education (CE) Course
Do you need to locate a pre-licensing or continuing education course?
The Department’s search engine for courses is a helpful tool in locating courses. The search engine is located at http://www.MyFloridaCFO.com/Agents. Click on the "Education Central" icon at the bottom of the page then click on the "Find a C.E. Course" link. From there, you will be able to enter criteria to find a course that suits your needs.
Click here to see a tutorial on how to do this.

 

What is MyProfile?
MyProfile is your interface with the division's Bureau of Licensing.  You can apply for a new license, check CE status, read messages from the Department, update your demographic information, order a duplicate license, letter of certification or clearance...and so much more!
Click here for more information about MyProfile and what it can do for you.

 
Did you know?
  • Florida has 468,627 licensed resident and non-resident agents.
  • There are 52,624 agency licenses and registrations.
  • 146,580 resident and non-resident agents hold a life, variable annuity & health license.
  • The Bureau of Licensing processed 156,990 appointments in December 2009.
  • The Bureau of Licensing processed 6,842 applications for licensure in December 2009.
    100% of the applications were processed within 7 working days.
  • The Licensing Helpline received over 13,000 phone calls in December 2009.  The #1 phone call involved checking CE status.  You can always check your CE status by logging in to MyProfile.
  • The Bureau of Investigation had 879 open investigations as of December 31, 2009.  A total of 4,031 were opened in 2009.
  • The Bureau of Investigation completed 4,057 investigations in 2009; 264 of those were in December.
    Check out the Enforcement Actions page to see the actions taken from previously completed investigations.
  • Due to the Bureau of Investigation, $1,651,718.84 was ordered or obtained in restitution for consumers in 2009. $598,500 was ordered in fines for 2009.