We offer this webinar once per month. Currently scheduled webinar dates in 2020 with available seats are: February 12, March 19, April 14, May 13, and June 18.
The webinar is approved for two (2) hours of CE credit in all states and the District of Columbia–except Massachusetts. Massachusetts licensees may only take this course online and should contact their Enterprise representative to receive a voucher.
Do NOT use this form to change, or reschedule a previously submitted form for a scheduled webinar you have not yet attended. To request a change/transfer, click here.
Registration for all webinars closes at 4 p.m. Eastern time on the last business day before the webinar. IMPORTANT: We are located in Massachusetts, in the Eastern time zone, and our office hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eastern time.
Being present for the entire webinar, participating, and being actively attentive are CE requirements of your state department of insurance. To be eligible for CE credit, you must be logged into the webinar before it begins and give your full attention to the presentation. You must also login to the webinar using a unique email address, one that is not shared by anyone else attending the same webinar.
Any time you click off the presentation to perform other tasks on your computer (e.g., checking emails, using a second monitor, clicking on a notification), the webinar program reports you as inattentive. Although you may be able to hear and see the webinar, if your mouse is not clicked in the presentation, you are inattentive.
If you are inattentive during the webinar, you will receive a reminder in your chat window to click back into the webinar presentation. Prolonged or repeated periods of inattentiveness will disqualify you from receiving CE credit.
All information provided on this registration form is kept confidential. A.D. Banker & Company, Linda McHenry’s associate and the approved CE provider of the webinar, will report the CE credits and a CE Certificate of Completion will be emailed to you after webinar paperwork is updated.
CE Requirements by State
To view the CE requirements of your state, click here and enter your state of licensure. Once you arrive at the webpage, other links will be provided to your state department of insurance.