Continuing Education Requests
If you are with a direct bill company, choose the appropriate Direct Bill CE Request link. *Check the list below to see if your company has a direct bill with NICTA
If you are not with a direct bill company, choose the appropriate CE Request link.
Please note: The corporate license does not cover the CE credit processing fee. This is a fee imposed by the state departments of insurance and not NICTA. However the companies below have arranged for direct billing of the CE processing fees.
|Companies with Direct Bill Account:|
|ACCC Insurance (TX requests only)||Mendota Insurance Company|
|Bristol West||National General|
|CNA||National Indemnity Company|
|Concord Group Insurance Companies||National Interstate Insurance Company|
|Country Financial (OK requests only)||New Jersey Manufacturers (NJM)|
|CUMIS Insurance Society, Inc.||Progressive|
|Donegal Group (DE requests only)||Pronto Insurance|
|Falcon Insurance Group||Sentry Insurance|
|Farmer's Exchange Insurance||Shelter Insurance|
|FCCI Insurance Group||State Auto|
|Federated Mutual Insurance||Stillwater Insurance|
|Fireman’s Fund||Swiss Re|
|Florist Mutual Insurance Company||Texas Farm Bureau|
|Gainsco (TX requests only)||Tokio Marine|
|Germania Insurance (TX requests only)||USAA|
|Liberty Mutual||West Bend Mutual Insurance|
Continuing Education FAQs
Are there any CE processing fees?
Yes, several states require providers/students pay a CE processing fee when credit is submitted. See list below for processing fees.
Processing fee schedule per course/per credit hour:
- Arkansas $1.00
- Delaware $1.00
- New Hampshire $1.00
- Oklahoma $1.00
- Texas $0.88
- Utah $1.00
- Wyoming $1.00
Can the same course be used for multiple states?
Yes, as long as all states requested have approved that course.
Is an examination proctor form required for every state?
No, the only states that require an evaluation form be completed are Arkansas, Georgia, Montana and Wyoming.
What happens if requests are not submitted within the required time?
If CE requests are not submitted within the required time, NICTA will require the student to retake the exam/course and resubmit their request within correct time frame. All requests are asked to be submitted within three days of completion in order to allow enough time for submission.
Credit reporting deadlines:
- Florida—Credit has to be reported within 21 days of course completion
- Georgia—Credit has to be reported within 30 days of course completion
- Louisiana—Credit has to be reported within 60 days of course completion
- New Hampshire—Credit has to be reported within 15 days of course completion
- Oklahoma—Credit has to be report within 10 days of course completion
- Texas—Credit has to be reported within 30 days of course completion
If you have additional questions regarding the FAQ document or CE related questions, please contact Learning & Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.