Illinois 21 Hour Life & Health CE Package

$65.00

21 Hour Course

Course ID: 6000006676, 6000006656

Approved By: Illinois Department of Insurance


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This course will cover the foundational concepts of Life and Health insurance for insurance agents. This course will also cover group health plans, dental insurance plans, Medicare, and federal regulations pertaining to health and life insurance plans. Additionally, it will cover Long-Term Care insurance, and satisfy the 8 hour pre-license requirement for a Long-Term Care insurance license. This course will satisfy the 21 hour requirement for license holders continuing education.

    • General Principles [15 Activities]
      • 01. What is Insurance?
      • 02. Risk and Risk Management
      • 03. Risk and Risk Management – Part 2
      • 04. Insurers – Part 1
      • 05. Insurers - Part 2: Financial Status
      • 06. Producers and Agency Relationships - Part 1
      • 07. Producers and Agency Relationships – Part 2: Creation of an Agency Relationship
      • 08. Producers and Agency Relationship – Part 3: Authority, Powers, and Responsibilities of Producers
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        • 09. Contracts - Part 1
        • 10. Contracts – Parts 2: Elements of a Legal Contract
        • 11. Contracts – Part 3: Distinct Characteristics of an Insurance Contract
        • 12. Contracts – Part 4: Legal Interpretations Affecting Contracts
        • 13. Completing the Application, Underwriting, and Delivering the Policy – Part 1
        • 14. Completing the Application, Underwriting, and Delivering the Policy - Part 2
        • 15. Completing the Application, Underwriting, and Delivering the Policy - Part 3
    • Fundamental Life [5 Activities]
      • 01. Introduction to Life Insurance; Common Classifications of Life Insurance
      • 02. Uses for Life Insurance-Part 1
      • 03. Uses for Life Insurance-Part 2
      • 04. Aspects of Life Insurance
      • 05. Individual Underwriting by the Insurer
    • Life Policy Types [9 Activities]
      • 01. Life Insurance Basics
      • 02. Policy Descriptions in Brief
      • 03. Individual Policies in Detail – Part 1: Whole Life Insurance
      • 04. Individual Policies in Detail – Part 2: Term Life Insurance
      • 05. Individual Policies in Detail – Part 3: Flexible Policies
      • 06. Individual Policies in Detail – Part 4: Specialized Policies
      • 07. Individual Policies in Detail – Part 5: Endowment Policies and Worksite Plans
      • 08. Group Policies in Detail
      • 09. Credit Life Insurance
    • Standard Provisions [11 Activities]
      • 01. Standard Policy Provisions – Part 1
      • 02. Standard Policy Provisions – Part 2
      • 03. Standard Policy Provisions – Part 3
      • 04. Standard Policy Provisions – Part 4
      • 05. Options – Part 1
      • 06. Options – Part 2
      • 07. Options – Part 3
      • 08. Riders - Part 1
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        • 09. Riders - Part 2
        • 10. Riders - Part 3
        • 11. Riders - Part 4
    • Introduction to Health Insurance [15 Activities]
      • 01. Definitions
      • 02. Types of Perils
      • 03. Policyholders’ Bill of Rights
      • 04. Uses of Health Insurance
      • 05. Principal Types of Losses and Benefits
      • 06. Types of Health Insurance Policies: Part 1
      • 07. Types of Health Insurance Policies: Part 2
      • 08. Premiums
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        • 09. Important Legislation
        • 10. Exclusions
        • 11. Other Insurance Concepts
        • 12. Producer Responsibilities
        • 13. Field Underwriting
        • 14. Individual Underwriting By the Insurer
        • 15. Considerations in Replacing Accident and Health
    • Health Insurance Policy [4 Activities]
      • 01. Uniform Policy Provisions
      • 02. Other General Provisions - Part 1
      • 03. Other General Provisions – Part 2
      • 06. Riders
    • Qualified Plans [7 Activities]
      • 01. Qualified Plans – Part 1
      • 02. Qualified Plans - Part 2: Plan Types, Characteristics, and Purchasers
      • 03. Qualified Plans - Part 3: Federal Tax Considerations for Qualified Plans
      • 04. Rollovers and Transfers
      • 05. Section 1035 Exchanges
      • 06. Social Security Benefits
      • 07. Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
    • Producer Responsibilities [6 Activities]
      • 01. Solicitation and Sales Presentations
      • 02. Suitability
      • 03. Life Insurance Policy Cost Comparison Methods
      • 04. Replacement
      • 05. Use and Disclosure of Insurance Information
      • 06. Military Sales
    • Annuities [5 Activities]
      • 01. Annuity Principles and Concepts
      • 02. Immediate versus Deferred Annuities
      • 03. Annuity (Benefit) Payment Options
      • 04. Annuity Products
      • 05. Uses of Annuities
    • Medical Plans [3 Activities]
      • 01. Medical Plan Concepts
      • 02. Types of Providers and Plans
      • 03. Cost Containment in Health Care Delivery
    • Group Health [7 Activities]
      • 01. Introduction
      • 02. Types of Eligible Groups
      • 03. Advertising Group Health Insurance
      • 04. Employer Group Health Insurance
      • 05. Loss of Coverage / Coverage Continuation / Changing Coverage
      • 06. Small Employer Medical Plans
      • 07. Other Types of Supplementary Group Coverage
    • Dental Insurance [3 Activities]
      • 01. Dental Insurance - Part 1
      • 02. Indemnity Plans
      • 03. Employer Group Dental Expense
    • Medicare [18 Activities]
      • 01. Medicare – An Overview
      • 02. Medicare – An Overview (2)
      • 03. Medicare Part A – In Detail
      • 04. Medicare Part A – Part 2
      • 05. Medicare Part A – Part 3
      • 06. Medicare Part A – Part 4
      • 07. Medicare Part B – In Detail
      • 08. Medicare Part B – Part 2
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        • 09. Medicare Part B – Part 3
        • 10. Medicare Part B – Part 4
        • 11. Medicare Part B – Part 5
        • 12. Part A and Part B Exclusions
        • 13. Medicare Parts C and D – In Detail
        • 14. Medicare Parts C and D – Part 2
        • 15. Medicare Parts C and D – Part 3
        • 16. Medicare Supplements / MediGap
        • 17. Other Options
        • 18. Other Options – Part 2
    • Federal Life and Health Regulations [9 Activities]
      • 01. Federal Regulations Governing Health Insurance: Part 1
      • 02. Federal Regulations Governing Health Insurance – Part 2
      • 03. Federal Regulations Governing Health Insurance – Part 3
      • 04. Federal Regulations Governing Health Insurance – Part 4
      • 05. Federal Regulations Governing Health Insurance – Part 5
      • 06. Federal Regulations Governing Health Insurance – Part 6
      • 07. Federal Regulations Governing Health Insurance – Part 7
      • 08. Federal Regulations Governing Health Insurance – Part 8
      • 09. Federal Regulations Governing Health Insurance – Part 9
    • Long-Term Care: An Overview [9 Activities]
      • 01. Types of Policies and Elimination and Benefit Periods
      • 02. Eligibility for Benefits
      • 03. Levels and Types of Care
      • 04. Benefits and Options
      • 05. Exclusions
      • 06. Suitability
      • 07. Long Term Care, Medicare, and Medicaid Compared
      • 08. LTC Policy Replacement
      • 09. Qualified LTC Plans
    • Long Term Care: An Introduction [4 Activities]
      • 01. What is Long-Term Care?
      • 02. Settings for Care and the Cost of Long-Term Care
      • 03. Who Pays for Long-Term Care
      • 04. Who May Need Long-Term Care?
    • Long-Term Care: Building a Policy [8 Activities]
      • 01. Types of Long-Term Care Insurance
      • 02. Producer Delivery Responsibilities
      • 03. Building a Long-Term Insurance Policy
      • 04. Building a Long-Term Insurance Policy (part 2)
      • 05. Building a Long-Term Insurance Policy (Part 3)
      • 06. Building a Long-Term Insurance Policy (Part 4)
      • 07. Building a Long-Term Insurance Policy (Part 5)
      • 08. Building a Long-Term Insurance Policy (Part 6)
    • Long-Term Care: How LTC Policies Work [5 Activities]
      • 01. How Do Long-Term Care Insurance Policies Work?
      • 02. How Do Long-Term Care Insurance Policies Work? (Part 2)
      • 03. How Do Long-Term Care Insurance Policies Work? (Part 3)
      • 04. How Do Long-Term Care Insurance Policies Work? (Part 4)
      • 05. How Do Long-Term Care Insurance Policies Work? (Part 5)
    • Long-Term Care: Costs & Alternatives [5 Activities]
      • 01. Does Health Affect Ability to Buy a Policy?
      • 02. How Much Do Long-Term Care Insurance Policies Cost?
      • 03. Plan Replacement Considerations
      • 04. Medicare Training, Medicaid Training, and Long-term Care Insurance Partnership Plans
      • 05. Review &
  • Final Exam 1 & 2
    • Final Exam 1 (25 questions)
    • Final Exam 2 (25 questions)
  • Course Completion
    • Mandatory Questionnaire
    • Certificate
    • Certificate - Illinois 12 Hour Life & Health CE

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.