The webinar classes I teach are live, just like classroom seminars. The difference between a seminar and a webinar is that you attend a webinar from whatever location you choose rather than in a classroom chosen by the CE provider.
You don’t need to pass an exam to receive CE credit and, so long as you comply with the CE requirements of your state, you can participate as much or as little as you feel comfortable doing.
No, you don’t have to speak via your microphone. No, you don’t have to use your webcam and appear to anyone. You are required to periodically raise your hand (electronically) and send messages via the system but, otherwise, no one sees or hears you in the traditional sense.
I’ve added a few new dates to my insurance continuing education webinar schedule for A.D. Banker and Company in March. Three are personal lines related, and the other is about the subject of anti-money laundering.
You can view my webinar by clicking here, or looking at the sub-menu above by hovering over the Insurance tab in the link bar.
The topics include health insurance, homeowners insurance endorsements, disability income, cyber security, professional liability, Medicare, anti-money laundering, and Driving Into the Future (car rental, Uber, driverless cars, and drones).