Compliance Due Date
As a licensee, especially if a new one, you should be aware of your education compliance due date so
you can complete required continuing education courses
in time. If you are in compliance you will avoid a fine or having
your appointments terminated. Your compliance due date is computed
using your date of licensure, moving forward to the last day of your birth month and adding 24 months.
You have a new continuing
education requirement every two years as stated in
Rule 69B-228.220(1)(a), Florida Administrative Code.
- Licensed - July 11, 2007
- Birth month - June
- Compliance due date - June 30, 2010
- Licensed - July 11, 2008
- Birth month - November
- Compliance due date - November 30, 2010
- Licensed - July 1, 2008
- Birth month - July
due date - July 30, 2010
Because many factors may affect your continuing education requirement (e.g. licenses held, number of years licensed, etc.), we encourage
you to regularly check your
MyProfile account to determine
your individual requirements and status.
Finding a 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
top 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,
course authority, then click the search button.
Submission Requirements for Education Providers
Education providers are responsible for submitting the correct information
with new continuing education course applications.
A list of the information that must be submitted can be reviewed on our web site in
"Education Central". Under
Providers of C.E. & Pre-Licensing on the right, scroll
down to "Submit a Course, An Offering, or A Roster", then
"What to Submit in a Course Application", and click on
the "Continuing Education" link.
Providers can determine the correct study method (classroom, webinar, seminar, correspondence/online)
there as well.
More detailed information about requirements for course applications can be found in
Rule 69B-228.080, Florida Administrative Code.