Connecticut 3 Hour Ethics For Insurance Producers (LRE)

  • 3 Hour Course
  • 4.4
    28 Reviews
  • $16.00

This Ethics for Insurance Producers course applies to producers in all lines, and satisfies the 3 hour ethics requirement for all CT insurance producers.

In this Ethics course, we'll review key concepts and terminology, and we'll talk about why ethics matter, as well as the ethical duties that an insurance producer has. We'll also cover the Insurance Industry Code of Ethics, review laws which govern ethical conduct, and discuss some ethical situations you may find yourself in as an insurance producer. Our course fee includes the mandatory $3.75 per course filing fee.

  • Course ID(s): 109378
  • Approved By: Connecticut Insurance Department

Instructor Bio

keith haley insurance instructor atyourpaceonline

Keith Haley is the Online Insurance instructor and industry expert for At Your Pace Online. In addition to his insurance license, Keith holds a Bachelor's degree in Finance, Master's degree in Education, and is a Certified Financial Planner and licensed insurance producer. As an entrepreneur, over his career Keith has owned and managed businesses in a wide range of professions, including car sales, financial consultation, and insurance sales and management. With over twenty years of experience in business, sales, and education, Keith brings a broad range of practical and academic knowledge to our courses.

Course Reviews

4.4
28 Reviews
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    excellent content

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    Typos are found within the exam. Some ambiguity in the questions responses.

  • September 6th, 2018 -

    Tech Service helpful and pleasant

  • January 25th, 2018 -

    The final exam is abysmal. Question 15 is poorly worded. Q18 implicitly poses "morality" as a personal experience and "ethics" as a social/societal one. The answer to the question only reaffirms this perspective yet it is in conflict with the given answer to Q24. The program seems to be inconsistent in its distinction between the two, which complicates references to them on the exam. Also Q22 leaves a word off of the correct answer, which may deter people from choosing it. Poor showing. Someone should call someone.

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