On 1 July 1998, the Midwest area launched a project to simplify the admission of training applications for EC regulators and suppliers. Members of the Midwest area have signed a reciprocity agreement which essentially provides for one Member State to accept the EC credit premium granted to one course by another Member State. On 31.03.04, 46 states and D.C. signed an addition to the Midwest Zone Declaration regarding CE course authorization and agreed to participate in what is now called the NAIC CE Reciprocity (CER) process. The agreement does not require any State to accept EC notifications that otherwise cannot be authorised. If a state.B does not grant CE credit for a subject such as distribution and marketing, that status is not obliged to grant credits to the part of a course that contains the prohibited subject. If your state is interested in participation, the process is as follows: To be considered an active participation in the NAIC Continuing Education Reciprocity (CER) – a state commissioner signed the NAIC agreement on continuing education relapse and was accepted by the president of the Midwest Zone. In addition, the state may have to make changes to the guidelines or forms to comply with the signed agreement and must have informed its suppliers of the start date of reciprocity declarations. Each individual, insurance company, special insurance association, insurance manufacturers` association, accredited higher education institution or insurance training organization may submit continuing education courses for approval by the Commissioner.
Course information must be submitted on the training provider`s course request, which can be printed here from this site. A completed application must be submitted to the Indiana Department of Insurance, c/o CE Coordinator, 311 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2787. Subscribe to sircon Services after a course of accreditation. Suppliers must subscribe to Sircon Services to enter data and course locations and to download end-of-course certificates for producers.