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Volume 1, No. 5 - June 2010
 
Education Central
- Things to know about your continuing education


Adjuster versus General Lines Agent Courses
Adjusters and general lines agents taking Florida CE courses should pay special attention to the course authorities required for each license type.

  • Company and independent adjusters must take courses with the following course authorities:
    • 3-24A Adjuster Law and Policy
    • 3-24B Adjuster Ethics
    • 3-24C Adjuster Optional
    • Extra hours earned in 3-24A or 3-24B will count towards 3-24C.
  • Public adjusters must take courses with the following course authorities:
    • 3-20A Law and Policy
    • 3-20B Ethics
    • 3-20C Optional
    • Extra hours earned in 3-20A or 3-20B will count towards 3-20C.
  • General lines agents must take courses with the following course authorities:
    • 2-20 General Lines (Property and Casualty)
    • 9901 & 9902 Generic
    • 9905 Related Subjects
    • 9906 Unlicensed Entities
    • 9908 Ethics
    • 9910 Premium Discount/Mitigation.
    • 3-24A Adjuster Law and Policy
Because many factors may affect your continuing education requirement (e.g. licenses held, number of years licensed, etc.), we encourage you to periodically check your MyProfile account to determine your individual continuing education compliance requirements and status.  You can click here to search for approved CE courses.

Public Adjuster Apprentice CE
Public adjuster apprentices do not have a continuing education requirement.  They are required to be appointed by a licensed all lines public adjuster or a public adjusting firm that employs a licensed all lines public adjuster. Apprentices need to complete a minimum 100 hours of employment per month for 12 months of employment under the supervision of a licensed and appointed all lines public adjuster in order to qualify for licensure as a property & casualty public adjuster, all lines public adjuster or motor vehicle public adjuster.

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 on our web site at http://www.MyFloridaCFO.com/Agents. Click on the "Education Central" icon Education Central icon below “Quick Links...” 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. You can even search for approved courses by course provider if you enter the provider's name, select the course authority, then click the search button.