Washington 8 Hour Initial LTC Course

  • 8 Hour Course
  • 3.9
    33 Reviews
  • $19.00

This 8 hour class is approved by the State of Washington. It meets the mandatory education requirement to start selling Long Term Care Insurance.

Topics you'll cover in this course include the purpose and function of Long-Term Care, how to build a Long-Term policy, and the cost of LTC. We'll also talk about some alternatives to Long-Term Care for those who aren't suitable policy candidates.



(WA OIC Approval ID: 618982)

  • Approved By: Washington Office of Insurance Commissioner

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

3.9
33 Reviews
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    Thank you, it was easy to understand and concise.

  • April 6th, 2018 -

    The quiz was harder than expected.

  • May 31st, 2018 -

    The course was very informative. It does need to be checked for some spelling errors.

  • July 12th, 2019 -

    the course material was good, and was formatted well until the state-specific course. it was too much in one page/section the exam questions were not impressive too. first, some questions were trivial. it would have been better to make questions more a case scenario to apply the principles. then there were questions that focused on "except, or NOT", and that alone is a badly constructed question. then the question on Joint VS shared LTC..i think the answer is wrong since the joint LTC has 1 benefit pool and shared LTC has individual policies. maybe someone can review that question.

  • June 22nd, 2018 -

    Information outdated.

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