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Online Continuing Education Opportunities

Pre-Licensing Qualification Course

This online course gives agents the opportunity to complete their Pre-Licensing Qualification credits for their 1-20 designation through the convenience of online access and self-study. This program is designed to take approximately 60 hours in its entirety. If you stop at any time during the program, your information will be saved for 90 days, and you may return to finish it during that time. If you fail to complete the course material and final exam by the 90th day, you will not be allowed back into the course to complete any remaining course material or take the final exam. This course is currently available for $495.
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Retail Agent's Role in the Surplus Lines Marketplace

This two-hour course is designed to give the retail agent an overview of Florida's surplus lines marketplace. The course qualifies for two hours of property and casualty continuing education credits. All course content will be taught online via the Internet. This course will provide an introduction to the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office (FSLSO), including the products and services that it offers. Course provides an overview of Florida's surplus lines marketplace, including a look at its history and current state. Further exploration of the marketplace is included in a look at the distribution system which focuses on the different individuals that make up the market and their roles in it. The presence of illegal insurance entities in the market is also covered. The course concludes with an overview of the Rules and Practice and the Florida Statutes applicable to the Surplus Lines Law.

The student will have 30 calendar days to complete all modules of the course material, as well as the required exam. You will have two chances to pass the exam. The course is currently available to Florida licensed surplus lines agents for FREE and available to all others for $40.
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If you are already enrolled in an online course, please visit http://www.fslsoeducationcenter.com.