Kentucky Courses


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Our provider number for the State of Kentucky is S16864.

Producers must complete 3 hours in approved ethics courses. At least 6 of the 24 required CE hours must be completed in a line of authority held by the licensee, EXCEPT adjusters who may take all courses in property and casualty. See state requirements above.

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Course Course ID Price
4 Hour On-going LTC Training C12420 $10.00
Producers continuing to sell LTCP must complete a 4-hour on-going training course every two calendar years after the initial completion.

This four hour course satisfies this requirement & reviews fundamental concepts of Long Term Care insurance and Kentucky's Long Term Care Partnership. We will introduce you to newer coverages as well as any legislative changes. We will also give you the latest update on the forms and talk about the implications to the coverages provided.

This course is ClearCert Approved.


Applies to: Life and Health - 4 credits, LTC / LTC Partnership - 4 credits, Life, Health, Property & Casualty - 4 credits

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Ethics C54347 $9.50
This course provides the three hours of mandatory 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 most states 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.

This course counts towards three hours of ethics.


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

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Ethics, A Guidebook for Insurance Professionals C12421 $12.50
What does Ethics mean?

The English word ethics comes from the ancient Greek words "ethos", which meant the part of a person's character that connected with universal truths. In the present day, The Oxford English Dictionary defines ethics as the "study concerned with the principles of human duty" and the "rules of conduct recognized in certain associations or departments of human life."

What does all of this mean to an ordinary person trying to succeed in business? It means that, to act ethically, a business person must have a sense of right and wrong and feel a duty to follow this sense. This course will consider the practical details of what acting ethically means to insurance agents, brokers and other professionals in the financial service fields.

Goals: With the knowledge gained from this course the financial representative will gain a greater understanding of how and why Ethics has come to be required course material throughout the country, congruent with societies' expectations. Complete with a background of Ethics and its role in our ever changing environment.


Applies to: Life and Health - 5 credits, Property and Casualty - 5 credits, Adjuster - 5 credits, Public Adjuster - 5 credits, Ethics - 5 credits, Life, Health, Property & Casualty - 5 credits

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Financial Challenges/Changing Markets C94344 $15.00
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 and Health - 10 credits, Property and Casualty - 10 credits, Life, Health, Property & Casualty - 10 credits

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Medicare Fraud and Abuse C13429 $12.50
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 and Health - 11 credits, Property and Casualty - 11 credits, Life, Health, Property & Casualty - 11 credits

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OSHA In the Real World C12419 $12.50
In spite of a drop in the number of serious workplace injuries between 1998 and 2002, the cost of employers dealing with injured workers has gone up significantly--both due to increases in insurance and the rising cost of healthcare.

In an effort to protect the safety and health of every worker, Congress passed the Occupational Health and Safety Act on December 29, 1970.

This course provides an understanding of OSHA, its origins and role in the risk management venue of employer's liability.

This course counts for 9 credit hours of Property/Casualty.


Applies to: Property and Casualty - 9 credits, Adjuster - 9 credits, Public Adjuster - 9 credits, Life, Health, Property & Casualty - 9 credits

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Readings on Life Insurance & Annuities C12426 $15.50
In this 13 hour course we will review some of the fundamental concepts of life insurance. We will cover how to advise clients on amount of life insurance needed, the types of life insurance policies available today, and the common required policy provisions and exclusions.

This course also explores the suitability issues for seniors when purchasing annuities.

This course counts for 13 credit hours of Life.


Applies to: Life and Health - 13 credits, Life, Health, Property & Casualty - 13 credits

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Risk Management & General Liability C10356 $12.50
In this course we will review some of the fundamental concepts and related to the theory and practice of "risk management." In addition, we will also provide answers for the most common questions you may encounter from your clients about risks and risk management.
We will cover the important terms and definitions. We will also cover how risks are underwritten, how claims are paid and how regulators handle the whole subject matter. And you will read some interesting and important case studies to bring this topic to life.

Also covered will be General Liability. It is a broad description of the coverage provided and is not intended to cover all the nuances in the forms.

This course counts for up to 10 credit hours towards General Insurance Principles.


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

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The Ethics Narrative C94023 $11.50
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 and Health - 3 credits, Property and Casualty - 3 credits, Adjuster - 3 credits, Public Adjuster - 3 credits, Ethics - 3 credits, Life, Health, Property & Casualty - 3 credits

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White Collar Crime C12868 $12.50
In this course, we will describe the basic mechanics of white-collar crime and how it affects the financial services industry.
In addition, we will also provide answers for the most common questions you may encounter from your clients about white-collar crimes.
You will read some interesting and important case studies to bring this topic to life. We will offer details on how you can help clients, prospects and colleagues recognize and avoid white-collar crimes.


Applies to: Life and Health - 12 credits, Property and Casualty - 12 credits, Life, Health, Property & Casualty - 12 credits

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