Our Insurance CE Reporting Practices are the BEST in the industry.
Do you want the company with the fastest insurance CE reporting? Do you need your insurance continuing education credits reported NOW?
Bryan Ventures reports earned insurance CE credit hours multiple times per day within hours of your class completion even on evenings, weekends, and holidays. This is our insurance CE reporting practice for ONLINE INSURANCE CONTINUING EDUCATION courses and attendees at our LIVE NO EXAM INSURANCE CE classes.
To ensure timely insurance license renewals, toward the end of the month we increase the frequency that we report insurance CE credit hours. If you are taking our ONLINE INSURANCE CE classes, we will report credits well into the evening, and if you attend a LIVE INSURANCE CONTINUING EDUCATION course, your earned credits are normally reported before you leave class. Learn more about our excellent service on this blog, KAPLAN CAN’T HELP ME.
BEST INSURANCE CE REPORTING PRACTICES
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We make every attempt to report any earned insurance continuing education in a timely manner, but mistakes occasionally happen and the internal process we’ve created fails. As a result, it is important to check your transcript to ensure all insurance CE credit hours have been reported. Access to your resident state site is listed below.
Within a week of your course completion, you must ensure all the insurance continuing education classes you’ve completed are on the report. If any of the earned insurance CE credit hours are missing, contact the us so we can check our CE reporting records and report the proper credits. It is important you complete this process now and also before you renew your insurance license. Ultimately it is an agent’s responsibility to ensure their transcript contains all earned CE credits. Bryan Ventures will not offer any reimbursement or accept any financial responsibility for any missing insurance CE credit hours because an agent has failed to follow these simple steps or penalties for delays in reporting earned insurance CE credits.
Important notice for Iowa and Wisconsin agents.
Your state requires an INSURANCE CE REPORTING fee.
Insurance CE providers are required to report your earned credits to SBS Services which is part of the NAIC network. This firm charges a fee to add CE credits to your transcript. Reimbursement of the insurance CE reporting fee is collected when you register. We offer more information on our NAIC REPORTING FEE page, or we encourage you to contact the Department of Insurance of your resident state. We provide their contact information through the links below.
Check Your Transcript
We recommend you bookmark the resource for your resident state for future reference.