Washington DC Courses


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Our provider number in the District of Columbia is 2768.

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Course Course ID Price
A Discussion on Insurance (2022) 6000122767 $15.50
Life insurance has been sold in the United States since the mid-1700s, but it wasn't until the 1840s that the industry made a significant impact on the American business scene. Since that time, individual life insurance has grown steadily, due primarily to the agency distribution system.

Ten (10) credit hours.


Applies to: Life & Health - 10 credits, Property & Casualty - 10 credits, Life, Health & Property Casualty - 10 credits

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A Historical Perspective on Health Insurance 6000122766 $15.50
The objective of this course is to compare the old with some of the new, with a view that the health insurance market place is and has been under constant change. The future of the industry is under constant change and it serves the producer well to understand the old as well as the current types of products and their histories.

Knowing where we have been perhaps will help us understand where we are going in the health insurance field.

Seven (7) Credit Hours


Applies to: Life & Health - 7 credits, Property & Casualty - 7 credits, Life, Health & Property Casualty - 7 credits

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Ethics for the Professional (2022) 6000122747 $15.50
This course provides 3 hours of C.E. requirements in Ethics. It explores the Financial Professional's role and responsibilities in an ever changing and even more complex arena. Topics include rebating and replacement as well as a host of ideas and thoughts that have led the state to mandate these course offerings for continuing education.

Goals: With the knowledge from this course, the professional becomes aware of when replacement is replacement and not churning or twisting. The rules for replacement are discussed as well as the fiduciary responsibilities of the financial professional.

Three (3) credit hours.


Applies to: Life & Health - 3 credits, Property & Casualty - 3 credits, Ethics - 3 credits, Life, Health & Property Casualty - 3 credits

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Financial Challenges/Changing Markets 6000028621 $15.50
This course explores a thorough examination of life insurance, disability income, retirement plans, and the needs related to these products. An overall discussion wit in-depth analysis of current topics.

Goals: With the information contained in this course the financial planning professional will nearly understand the value of proper financial planning as it relates to clients and their objectives.



Applies to: Life & Health - 11 credits, Property & Casualty - 11 credits, Life, Health & Property Casualty - 11 credits

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Medicare Fraud and Abuses 6000028622 $15.50
In this course, we will describe the basic mechanics of Medicare, Medicare Supplemental Plans and other related coverages. And we will consider some of the most common Medicare-related frauds.

In addition, we will also provide answers for the most common questions you may encounter from your clients about these coverages and frauds.

You will read some interesting and important case studies to bring this topic to life. We detail the most recent issues that have come up in the real world of providing Medicare and Medicare-related products to consumers. And how to help them avoid Medicare frauds and scams.


Applies to: Life & Health - 11 credits, Property & Casualty - 11 credits, Life, Health & Property Casualty - 11 credits

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The Ethics Narrative 6000028623 $15.00
This course provides three hours of C.E. requirements in Ethics. It explores the Financial Professional's role and responsibilities in an ever changing and even more complex arena. Topics include rebating and replacement as well as a host of ideas and thoughts that have led the state to mandate these course offerings for continuing education.

Goals: With the knowledge from this course, the professional becomes aware of when replacement is replacement and not churning or twisting. The rules for replacement are discussed as well as the fiduciary responsibilities of the financial professional.

Three credit hours.


Applies to: Life & Health - 3 credits, Property & Casualty - 3 credits, Ethics - 3 credits, Life, Health & Property Casualty - 3 credits

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