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Florida Life and Health Pre-licensing
Florida Life Pre-licensing
Florida Health Pre-licensing
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Florida Property and Casualty Conversion Course Pre-licensing
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Florida State Insurance Licensing Requirements
HOW TO OBTAIN A FLORIDA INSURANCE PRODUCER LICENSE
Complete the prelicensing course.
- Life Only – 40 hours
- Accident & Health Only – 40 hours
- Life, Accident and Health – 60 hours
- Property and Casualty – 200 hours**
- 40 hours for candidates who completed at least one (1) year within the last four (4) years in responsible insurance duties as a full-time bona fide employee in all lines (the areas of property, casualty, surety, health, and marine) of property and casualty insurance and is an appointed Customer Representative (4-40) or Personal Lines Agent (20-44)
- 200 hours for all other candidates.
- Personal lines – 60 hours
- It is imperative you provide your first and last legal name as it appears on your state- issued identification. If the name entered during registration does not match the name you use on your license application with the state, your license application with the state will be marked as “deficient” and will be delayed until the information is updated.
- This is a forced progression (locked) state that requires the student to review each lesson and pass each of the chapter quiz before moving onto the next section/chapter.
- Assessments on key topics throughout the course and must be successfully passed with a minimum score of 70% before moving onto the next chapter.
- Completion of the course, practice final exam and the Certification Exam.
- Submit an electronic affidavit acknowledging you were actively engaged in one hundred percent of the course and your participation during the periods of perceived inactivity.
- Download and Print certificate through the “Transcript” tile on the user dashboard.
- Certificates are valid for 3 years.
- Course completion rosters will be reported to the Florida Department of Financial Services within two (2) business days.
Schedule the Florida State examination.
- Registration must be completed online on Pearson Vue website: www.pearsonvue.com/fl/insurance
- Exam fee – $44
- Spanish exams are available
Limitation on repeat examinations:
- There are no limitations on retaking the exam.
Online proctored exams:
- You must check the compatibility of your computer before registering for the exam. https://home.pearsonvue.com/fl/insurance/onvue
- If your computer is not compatible with the online software, you will need to schedule your examination at a Pearson Vue test center.
Pass your state exam
- Take advantage of the cram courses (Prep Review and Exam Simulator) within your prelicensing course during the waiting period.
- Prep Review Course: This part of the training features content “boiled down to the essence” of the state exam. Chapters have only a few pages of material, but the content must be mastered to pass. Instructionally designed to teach individuals how to pass, most study effort should be invested here. Chapter exams are substantially larger (50+ questions), providing exposure to the types of questions seen on the state exam.
- Exam Simulator: These special exams are designed to gauge content retention levels. Important: Only take the Exam Simulators after the Prep Review Course has been successfully completed. It ensures these questions will be “fresh in the mind”.
- On the day of testing, you must present a valid government issued photo id. The name on the identification must exactly match the name on the registration.
Apply for license
- Submit license application online https://dice.fldfs.com/public/pb_index.aspx
- Application fee – $50.00
- State I.D. fee – $5.00
- The state of Florida requires fingerprinting. To make a fingerprint reservation go to https://fl.ibtfingerprint.com/
- Fingerprint Fee: $48.05 plus tax
- Fingerprint results from other vendors or states are not accepted.
|DESCRIPTION||Question Count||% of Exam Questions|
|Types of Policies and Features||14||0||12||14%||0%||8%|
|Policy Riders, Provisions, Options, and Exclusions||21||0||18||21%||0%||12%|
|Completing the Application, Underwriting, and Delivering the Policies||14||0||12||14%||0%||8%|
|Taxes, Retirement, and Other Insurance Concepts||9||0||8||9%||0%||5%|
|Types of Policies||0||16||13||0%||16%||9%|
|Policy Provisions, Clauses, and Riders||0||23||21||0%||23%||14%|
|Other Insurance Concepts||0||5||5||0%||5%||3%|
|Field Underwriting Procedures||0||11||9||0%||11%||6%|
|Nevada Laws and Rules|
|Florida Statutes, Rules and Regulations Common to All Lines||24||23||19||24%||23%||13%|
|Florida Statutes, Rules and Regulations Pertinent to Life and Annuity Insurance including Variable Products||18||0||15||18%||0%||10%|
|Florida Statutes, Rules and Regulations Pertinent to Health Insurance including Variable Products||0||18||15||0%||18%||10%|
|Total for all parts|
|Total Scored Questions on Exam||85||85||135||80||88||144|
|Maximum Time allowed to complete exam in minutes||120||120||135||120||120||135|
|% of Exam
|General Lines||General Lines|
|Types of Policies, Bonds, and Related Terms||28||16%|
|Insurance Terms and Related Concepts||16||9%|
|Types of Property Policies||28||16%|
|Insurance Terms and Related Concepts||16||9%|
|Policy Provisions and Contract Law||12||7%|
|Florida Laws and Rules|
|Florida Statutes and Regulations common to All Lines||26||15%|
|Florida Statutes and Regulations common to Property Insurance||26||15%|
|Florida Statutes and Regulations Pertinent to Casualty Insurance||11||6%|
|Total for all parts|
|Total Scored Questions on Exam||160||160|
|Maximum Time allowed to complete exam in minutes||135||135|
Producer Licensing Checklist:
|1. Complete prelicensing course|
|2. Register for exam|
|3. Pass exam|
|4. Apply for License|
|5. Submit Fingerprints|
Name: Florida Department of Financial Services Bureau of Licensing
Address: 200 East Gaines Street Tallahassee, FL 32399-0319
Working as an Insurance Agent
Property and Casualty Insurance Agents
What can you expect working as an agent? Property and casualty insurance agents work with clients to help secure policies that protect people and businesses from financial loss.
For individuals many of these events include automobile accidents, fire, theft. For businesses these events can include the same as individuals but can also include workers’ compensation claims, product liability claims, or medical malpractice claims.
Life Insurance Agents
What can you expect from working as an Insurance agent? Life insurance agents work with clients to help secure policies that pay beneficiaries when a policyholder passes away. Life insurance agents also can help people prepare for retirement by offering certain types of annuities.
Health and long-term care insurance agents work with clients to help secure policies that cover the costs of medical care and assisted-living services. They also can help clients secure dental insurance and disability insurance.
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