OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools

  • Pennsylvania Continuing Education FAQs

    Are OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' continuing education courses approved to satisfy my Pennsylvania Insurance Producer continuing education requirements?
    Yes. OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' Pennsylvania Insurance continuing education courses are approved to satisfy the education requirements to renew your Pennsylvania Insurance Producer license.

    Are there required courses if I want to sell or do sell annuities, long term care or flood insurance?
    Yes. There are additional courses required if you sell or wish to sell annuities, flood insurance or long-term care products. All states require licensees who sell flood insurance to complete a one-time course that is at least three hours in length.  Several states require courses to represent annuity products and long term care products.

    Where can I find more information on the requirements to renew my Pennsylvania insurance license?
    OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools is a valuable resource for licensing information. View the “Rules and Regulations” section of our website, or contact your state agency for more information.

    How do OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' Pennsylvania Insurance continuing education courses work?OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' approved Pennsylvania Insurance continuing education courses are offered online for your convenience. Once enrolled, your Table of Contents will serve as your roadmap for completing the course. You will be given access to lesson material, multimedia reviews, quizzes and a final exam. To demonstrate course completion, you will need to read the lesson material, pass all quizzes and pass the final exam.

    Will I receive a certificate of completion immediately after completing the coursework.
    Yes. Upon completion of all course elements, you will immediately receive your certificate of completion. You may access your certificate of completion at any time by logging into your account.

    Once I enroll, when can I access my Pennsylvania Insurance continuing education courses?
    Upon enrolling, you will have immediate access to your coursework. Simply log-in using your e-mail address and password and you can get started immediately. Best of all, you will have access to your course 24/7 and from any computer with an internet connection. You can work at home, at the office, wherever is the most convenient for you!

    What if I have questions once I enroll in the continuing education courses?
    OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' attentive customer service staff and knowledgeable instructors are available to answer any questions you may have. We are available Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST at 1-800-299-2207 or psservice@proschools.com.

    Does OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools offer a guarantee for its programs?
    If you’re not fully satisfied with your purchase, just let us know in writing at psrequests@proschools.com within 7 days from the date of purchase and you’ll promptly receive a full refund, no questions asked. Of Course, no refunds for a completed course or exam prep products.

  • Pennsylvania More Information

    For more information, please contact the Pennsylvania Insurance Department at:

    Pennsylvania Insurance Department
    1326 Strawberry Square
    Harrisburg, PA  17120 

    Phone: 1-877-881-6388
    Website: www.insurance.pa.gov/portal/server.pt/community/insurance_department/4679

  • Texas Licensing Requirements

    The general license requirements to obtain an insurance license in Texas are:

    1. Be at least 18 years old.
    2. Pass the proper licensing examination with Pearson Vue (if required) within 12 months of the date of receipt of the completed license application and fee. Refer to the License Types Information and Descriptions Chart to determine whether a state-administered is required, if you must take a company-administered exam, or if you are exempt from taking any examination.
    3. Submit a completed application with fee, and fingerprint receipt. Faxed applications are not accepted.
    4. Not committed an act for which a license may be denied, as defined under §4005.101 of the Texas Insurance Code and §1.502 of 28 Texas Administrative Code.
    5. Submit fingerprints. Candidates may be fingerprinted in conjunction with an examination at Pearson Vue test centers or at MorphoTrust USA. The options for fingerprinting are:
      • Print and complete the FAST Pass form from TDI’s Web site atwww.tdi.texas.gov/forms/form11.html. You will need the information from the FAST Pass form when making your electronic fingerprint appointment.
      • Schedule an appointment to be fingerprinted electronically. You must schedule a fingerprint appointment by visiting www.l1enrollment.com or by calling MorphoTrust at 1-888-467-2080.
      • If scheduling for fingerprint service to be provided at a Pearson VUE testing center, full payment of $41.45 will be required, via credit card only, at the time of scheduling. No payments are accepted on-site at Pearson VUE centers.
      • If scheduling for fingerprint service to be provided at a MorphoTrust enrollment center, payment of $41.45 can be made via credit card at the time of scheduling or on-site at your fingerprint appointment via check or money order. No cash payments are accepted. Please refer to the FAST Fingerprint Pass instructions for further assistance on scheduling a fingerprint appointment.
      • Arrive at your scheduled appointment with your FAST Fingerprint Pass and photo identification. A full list of acceptable photo identification can be found here. Pursuant to TX Department of Public Safety (DPS) requirements, you will also be photographed as part of the background check requirement. Upon completion of your appointment, the MorphoTrust Enrollment Agent will furnish a receipt of services. Please save the receipt. Fingerprints and photos are transmitted electronically to the DPS and the FBI – you will not receive a printed fingerprint card.
  • Texas State Exam Information

    Texas insurance license applicants required to pass a computerized license examination must do so through Pearson VUE, a national testing firm. To schedule an exam date and time, you can call them toll-free at (888) 754-7667 or visit www.pearsonvue.com. You are encouraged to reserve your exam date at least three or four business days prior.

    To schedule an exam, Pearson VUE will require the following:

    • Personal information – legal name, address, phone, SSN, date of birth, and daytime telephone number
    • Name of the examination(s)
    • Preferred examination date and test center location
    • Failing score report (if retaking an exam)
    • Exam fees paid in full

    Where is the exam offered?
    The Texas insurance exam is offered in the following areas:  Abilene, Amarillo, Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Harlingen, Houston, Lubbock, Midland, San Antonio, Tyler, and Waco.

    For more information, click here to view Pearson VUE’s complete Licensing and Examination Information Booklet, which includes details of all licensing requirements, exam reservation guidelines, and a list of all Pearson VUE test center locations and hours of operation. Scheduled test dates vary widely by location.

  • Texas Licensing FAQs

    What are the licensing and state exam requirements?
    Refer to the License Types Information and Descriptions Chart to determine whether a state-administered is required, if you must take a company-administered exam, or if you are exempt from taking any examination. If a state examination IS required candidates should review the Candidate Handbook from Pearson VUE, the testing vendor. It contains exam content outlines, important information regarding eligibility, and details the exam process and the licensing application process. For the Pearson VUE forms and contact information, click here, or call their toll free number (888) 754-7667.

    Where can I find more information on the requirements to be licensed as an Insurance Agent in Texas?
    OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools is a valuable resource for licensing information. View the “Rules and Regulations” section of our website, or contact your state agency for more information.

    What do OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' Texas Insurance programs include?
    OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' Texas Insurance programs include printable lessons, multi-media reviews, interactive exercises, quizzes and comprehensive exams. All the tools you need to prepare for the state exam are included!

    Do I need to enroll in an exam prep course to prepare for my Texas Insurance Agent licensing exam?
    OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' Texas Insurance programs include everything you need to pass your state licensing exam. 

    Once I enroll, when can I start studying for my Texas Insurance Agent license?
    Upon enrolling, you will have immediate access to your coursework. Simply log-in using your e-mail address and password and you can get started immediately. Best of all, you will have access to your course 24/7 and from any computer with an internet connection. You can work at home, at the office, wherever is the most convenient for you!

    What if I have questions once I enroll in the Texas Insurance program?
    OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' attentive customer service staff and knowledgeable instructors are available to answer any questions you may have. We are available Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST at 1-800-299-2207 or psservice@proschools.com.

    Does OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools offer a guarantee for its programs?
    If you’re not fully satisfied with your purchase, just let us know in writing at psrequests@proschools.com within 7 days from the date of purchase and you’ll promptly receive a full refund, no questions asked. Of Course, no refunds for a completed course or exam prep products.

  • Texas More Information

    For more information, please contact the Texas Department of Insurance at:

    Texas Department of Insurance
    333 Guadalupe,
    Austin, TX 78701 

    Phone: 1-800-578-4677
    Website: www.tdi.texas.gov/licensing/agent/aglityp.html

  • Vermont Continuing Education FAQs

    How many credit hours are required?
    Resident producers licensed as of April 1, 2009, must complete 24 hours of continuing education each review period. Of the total 24 hours, 3 hours must be in Ethics. Additionally, any producer licensed for property and casualty have a one-time requirement to take a course designated as Flood. OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools has Ethics courses and a Flood course available in addition to a full catalog of continuing education courses.

    Are there required courses if I want to sell or do sell annuities, long term care or flood insurance?
    Yes. There are additional courses required if you sell or wish to sell annuities, flood insurance or long-term care products. All states require licensees who sell flood insurance to complete a one-time course that is at least three hours in length.  Several states require courses to represent annuity products and long term care products.

    When does the requirement need to be met?
    Continuing education is due by March 31 of every odd year.

    Can excess credits be carried over from one license period to the next?
    No. Excess credits may not be carried over from one license period to the next.

    Do the current lines on my license determine which courses I must take?
    No. Credits do not apply to a specific line of insurance. However, producers licensed for property and casualty must take the one-time Flood course and all licensees must complete a 3-hour ethics course each renewal.

    Are OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' continuing education courses approved to satisfy my Vermont Insurance Producer continuing education requirements?
    Yes. OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' Vermont Insurance continuing education courses are approved to satisfy the education requirements to renew your Vermont Insurance license. 

    Where can I find more information on the requirements to renew my Vermont Insurance Producer license?
    OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools is a valuable resource for licensing information. View the “Rules and Regulations” section of our website, or contact your state agency for more information.

    How do OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' Vermont Insurance continuing education courses work?
    OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' approved Vermont Insurance continuing education courses are offered online for your convenience. Once enrolled, your Table of Contents will serve as your roadmap for completing the course. You will be given access to lesson material, multimedia reviews, quizzes and a final exam. To demonstrate course completion, you will need to read the lesson material, pass all quizzes and pass the final exam.

    Will I receive a certificate of completion immediately after completing the coursework.
    Yes. Upon completion of all course elements, you will immediately receive your certificate of completion. The certificate is for your records. You may access your certificate of completion at any time by logging into your account. OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools will report your credit hours with Prometric within 20 days of course completion.

    Once I enroll, when can I access my Vermont Insurance continuing education courses?
    Upon enrolling, you will have immediate access to your coursework. Simply log-in using your e-mail address and password and you can get started immediately. Best of all, you will have access to your course 24/7 and from any computer with an internet connection. You can work at home, at the office, wherever is the most convenient for you!

    What if I have questions once I enroll in the continuing education courses?
    OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools' attentive customer service staff and knowledgeable instructors are available to answer any questions you may have. We are available Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST at 1-800-299-2207 or service@proschools.com.

    Does OnCourse Learning, formerly ProSchools offer a guarantee for its programs?
    If you’re not fully satisfied with your purchase, just let us know in writing at requests@proschools.com within 7 days from the date of purchase and you’ll promptly receive a full refund, no questions asked. Of Course, no refunds for a completed course or exam prep products.

  • Vermont More Information

    For more information, please contact the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation at:

    Vermont Department of Financial Regulation
    89 Main Street
    Montpelier, VT 05620 

    Phone: 1-802-828-3301
    Website: www.dfr.vermont.gov

  • Virginia Licensing Requirements

    To qualify as a Virginia resident insurance agent, the licensing candidate must:

    1. Be at least 18 years old;
    2. Demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Virginia Bureau of Insurance that the candidate is of good moral character and of good reputation.  The candidate must submit a current criminal history report from the Virginia State Police;
    3. The candidate must be a citizen of the United States or provide proof of eligibility to work in the country;
    4. Be a legal resident of the state of Virginia; and
    5. Pass the insurance examination for the line(s) of insurance in which the candidate is seeking a license.

    After passing the examination, the candidate must submit the following to the Bureau:

    1. An electronic application through the National Insurance Producer’s website: www.nipr.com
    2. A current (no more than 90 days old) Criminal History Report, which must be obtained through the Virginia State policy.  If the candidate has resided in Virginia for less than six months, a Criminal History record from the candidate’s previous resident state.
    3. A $15 non-refundable, nontransferable license application processing fee for each license type.  The candidate does not have to provide proof of passing the examination.

    Virginia law requires that the candidate must apply for and be issued an insurance license within 183 days of passing the examination.  If the license is not applied for within the allotted time period, the candidate will have to retake the examination.

    For complete licensing procedures and to apply online, visit the Bureau’s website at
    www.scc.virginia.gov/boi

  • Virginia State Exam Information

    Virginia insurance license applicants must pass a computerized license examination administered by Pearson VUE, a national testing firm. To schedule an exam date and time, you can call them toll-free at (800) 274-4957 or visit www.pearsonvue.com. You are encouraged to reserve your exam date at leastthree or four business days prior.

    To schedule an exam, Pearson VUE will require the following:

    • Personal information – legal name, address, phone, SSN, date of birth, and daytime telephone number
    • Name of the examination(s)
    • Preferred examination date and test center location
    • Failing score report (if retaking an exam)
    • Exam fees paid in full

    For more information, click here to view Pearson VUE’s complete Licensing and Examination Information Booklet, which includes details of all licensing requirements, exam reservation guidelines, what to bring to the test, and a list of all Pearson VUE test center locations and hours of operation. Scheduled test dates vary widely by location.

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