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State Licensing and Professional Credit Information

Many members use the Society's continuing education course to meet licensing and other professional requirements. The following information is provided to give you a basic understanding of the continuing education credit available to Society members. Credit information for 2010 will be listed here as it becomes available. If you have any questions, please call the Society office at (262) 786-8771.

Attorneys

State regulations vary as to whether self-study courses are accepted for credit. Attorneys in most states can seek approval of the continuing education course from the State Bar/Commission on Continuing Legal Education.

CPA

ISCEBS is no longer registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of self-study courses.

Enrolled Actuaries

ISCEBS is a qualified sponsor of continuing education programs for enrolled actuaries under Section 20 CFR Part 90(g)(2)(iii) of the final rules and regulations governing those enrolled to perform actuarial services under ERISA. It is the actuary's responsibility to identify "core" and "noncore" hours of credit.

Certified Financial Planner (CFP®)

The Society's program sponsor agreement has been accepted by the International Board of Standards and Practices for Certified Financial Planners. The CFP® Board of Standards approved the U.S. course for:

Health Track:
8 Hours
Retirement Track:
5 Hours
Combined Course:
13 hours

Insurance Producers - Insurance CE Credit

The ISCEBS will seek approval of the fellowship course only in states where this service is requested on exam application forms. Credit will no longer be available in all states that require insurance CE credit.

The 2009 credit approval information may be used as an approximation of the number of hours that could be granted for the combined 2010 course. Credit for each individual track may vary. State regulations for reporting credit and for the maximum credit to be awarded vary.

If there is no indication that the course is pending approval in your state, you MUST contact us and request credit at least 30 days prior to the exam window start date (April 19).

STATE

2009 Credit Approval

2010 Credit Approval

Alabama

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Alaska**

Insurance producer seeks approval in Alaska

Arizona

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Arkansas

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California

24 LX

Health = 12 LX
Retirement = 12 LX
Combined = 24 LX

Colorado

21 L/A/H, 3 ethics

Health = 10 Life&Health/2 ethics
Retirement = 12 Life&Health
Combined = 22 Life&Health2 ethics.

Connecticut

21 L/H, 3 ethics

Health = 12 L/H
Retirement = 12 L/H
Combined = 24 L/H

Delaware

21 general, 3 ethics

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Dist of Columbia

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Florida

Credit cannot be earned in Florida.

Georgia

21 life/accident/sickness, 3 ethics

Health = 12 Life&Health
Retirement = 12 Life&Health
Combined = 24 Life&Health

Hawaii

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Idaho

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Illinois

15

Health = 12 general
Retirement = 12 general
Combined = 24 general

Indiana

21 life, 3 general

Health = 12 general
Retirement = 12 general
Combined = 24 general

Iowa

21 general, 3 ethics

Health = 10 general/2 ethics
Retirement = 12 general
Combined = 22 general/2 ethics

Kansas

11 LHV, 1 ethics

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Kentucky

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Louisiana

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Maine

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Health = 10 Life/2 Ethics
Retirement = 12 Life
Combined = 22 Life/2 Ethics

Maryland

16 life/health

Health = 12 Life/Health
Retirement = 12 Life/Health
Combined = 24 Life/Health

Massachusetts

24

Health = 11 general
Retirement = 11 general
Combined = 22 general

Michigan

21 life/health, 3 ethics

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Minnesota

21 general, 3 ethics

Health = 12
Retirement = 12
Combined = 24

Mississippi

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Missouri

16 life/health, 3 ethics

Health = 10 Life&Health
Retirement = 12 Life&Health
Combined = 22 Life&Health

Montana

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Nebraska

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Health = 10 life & health/2 ethics
Retirement = 12 life & health
Combined = 22 life & health/2 ethics

Nevada

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New Hampshire

21 general, 3 ethics

Health = 10 general/2 ethics
Retirement = 12 general
Combined = 22 general/2 ethics

New Jersey

21 L/H, 3 ethics

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New Mexico

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New York

15 hours for cr C1, LA, LB

Retirement = 12 C1, LA, LB

North Carolina

21 general, 3 ethics

Health = 10 General/2 Ethics
Retirement = 12 general
Combined = 22 General/2 Ethics

North Dakota

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Ohio

20 general

Health = 12 general
Retirement = 12 general
Combined = 24 general

Oklahoma

16 hours; ethics, life/accident & health

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Oregon

21 general, 3 ethics

Health = 10 Life & Health/2 Ethics
Retirement = 12 Life & Health
Combined = 22 Life & Health/2 Ethics

Pennsylvania

24 general

Health = 12 geneeral
Retirement = 12 general
Combined = 24 general

Rhode Island

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South Carolina

14 life/health/accident, 3 ethics

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South Dakota

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Tennessee

21 life/accident & health/annuities/variable, 3 ethics

Health = 12 general
Retirement = 12 general
Combined = 24 general

Texas

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Health = 12 general
Retirement = 12 general
Combined = 24 general

Utah

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Vermont

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Virginia

21 LH, 3 OGI

Health = 10 Life & Health/2 Laws & Regulations
Retirement = 12 Life & Health
Combined = 22 Life & Health/2 Laws & Regulations

Washington

24, including 3 ethics

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West Virginia

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Wisconsin

21 L&H, 3 ethics

Healthcare track = 10 Life/Health + 2 Ethics
Retirement track = 12 Life/Health
Combined = 22 Life/Health + 2 Ethics

Wyoming

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updated 06/04/2010

 

US Continuing Education Course

HRCI Credit for PHR®, SPHR® and GPHR® Recertification

The 2010 Continuing Education Course has been approved for credit for PHR®, SPHR® and GPHR® professionals needing recertification credits.

Health Track:
23 General hours

Retirement Track:
23 General hours

"The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit."