If you’re getting near your Nevada insurance license renewal date, keep your license active by taking your Nevada insurance continuing education (CE) courses in advance of your expiration date.
This guide will provide you all the information you need to ensure you fulfill your NV insurance license renewal and insurance CE requirements on time.
|Nevada Insurance License Renewal and CE Requirements|
|Expiration Time||Every 3 years|
|Required Continuing Education (CE)||30 credit hours|
|Renewal Cost||$185 per license + CE course cost|
|Recommended CE Course||Kaplan Education Company|
Nevada Insurance Continuing Education
In order to keep your Nevada insurance license in good standing with the state, you will need to renew your license by completing your Nevada Insurance CE requirements before your expiration date.
In Nevada, insurance licenses expire every three years. Your license renewal date is the first of the month that follows that date you were issued the license, triennially. This means that if you were licensed in April, your license must be renewed by May 1 three years later.
Nevada Insurance Continuing Education Courses
Insurance CE comes in many forms. Most folks nowadays choose to take a self-paced course online, but you can also complete your credit hours by attending an in-person class or even a scheduled online webinar.
The most common method of continuing education today. These CE courses allow you to log in to an online platform any time of day to complete your credit hours. Most of these courses are a mixture of video and text combined with a knowledge exam at the end. Some platforms even allow you to take the course from your phone, which could be useful if you’re short on computer time.
This is how continuing education courses all began. Join your fellow insurance license holders for a live class taught by an industry professional. You may be able to find a “school” that provides all of your state’s required credits in a few full-day classes, or you might also take some shorter sessions to fill part of your requirements.
Scheduled Online Webinar
This is essentially the same as an in-person class, except you don’t have to travel away from your home or office. You will be taught by an instructor who will deliver the lesson at a specified time. Many webinars even allow you to interact with the instructor if you have specific questions.
For Nevada insurance CE courses and credits, StateRequirement recommends:
Tip: Most courses certify completion by taking either a knowledge exam at the end or by counting attendance to all of the scheduled classes. If you want to save time, it’s best to go with a self-paced course. If you want no exam, try an in-person class or an online webinar.
Nevada Insurance Continuing Education Requirements
The Nevada Department of Business and Industry – Division of Insurance requires that all insurance producers and agents complete their continuing education requirements before their expiration date. In Nevada, these requirements include:
- Thirty (30) total hours of Nevada insurance continuing education every renewal period, which is three (3) years
- Three (3) of those hours must be in the subject of ethics
Once you completed the insurance CE course, your CE course provider will send a certificate of completion to the Nevada Division of Insurance. Make sure to keep a printed copy of your certificate for your records.
It is recommended to complete all continuing education credits 60 days prior to the expiration date of the license. This will give the CE provider time to report the successful completion to the department of insurance. Your CE courses can be taken at any time within your license term.
Nevada Insurance License Renewal
After you have completed your continuing education requirements, you may renew your Nevada insurance license to keep it active.
Follow the steps below to complete your Nevada insurance license renewal requirements ahead of your expiration date.
Step 1: Complete Nevada Insurance License Continuing Education
Follow the steps above to complete your required 30 hours of CE.
Step 2: Apply for Nevada Insurance License Renewal
The Nevada Division of Insurance recommends renewing your insurance license through Sircon. Choose the account where you signed up for during your Nevada insurance license application. Sircon’s online processing fees may apply.
Step 3: Pay the Nevada Insurance License Renewal Fee
The renewal fee is $185 per line of authority. To avoid paying late renewal fees, you must complete CE hours and apply for renewal at least two months before your license expires. The late fee is $250 per line of authority.
Pay the renewal fees via Sircon by credit card, electronic check, or your chosen online payment system.
Once you complete the steps above before your expiration date, you can renew your license in Nevada.
You’ve taken the steps you need to take and now your insurance license is good for another three years!
What Happens If My Insurance License Expires In Nevada?
In Nevada, the Nevada Department of Insurance will send you via email a renewal notice approximately two months before your license expires. If you don’t renew your license on time, there will be a $250 late renewal fee.
There is no continuing education “grace period”. Not meeting your CE requirements prevents you from renewing your insurance license.
If your license expires up to 30 days after expiration date, you must renew your license via Sircon and pay the $250 late renewal fee.
If your license expires up to 31 days up to one year after expiration date, you must reinstate your license. The reinstatement fee is $435 via Sircon.
Nevada Insurance License Lookup
You can look up the status of your Nevada insurance CE credits and Nevada insurance license renewal by using these resources:
- View your current accrued CE credits using Sircon’s Continuing Education Transcript Inquiry tool (as recommended by CDI). Select Nevada as your state, enter your License Number and Last Name, then hit Submit.
- Check your renewal status via Sircon.
- If you don’t know your insurance license number (National Producer Number or NPN), you can find your name on Sircon’s License Number/National Producer Number Inquiry tool or Nevada Division of Insurance’s License Search tool.
Nevada Department of Business and Industry – Division of Insurance Contact Information
Nevada Department of Business and Industry
Division of Insurance
1818 East College Parkway Suite 103
Carson City, Nevada 89706
Phone: (775) 687-0700
Nevada Insurance License Renewal FAQ
How often do I need to renew my Nevada insurance license?
In Nevada, the expiration date or renewal date is most often based on the requirement to complete continuing education (CE) hours every three years. You must renew by this date and meet your CE hours. You can find out when you need to renew your insurance license on the front of the license itself. The expiration date will be printed directly on the license. Make sure that you renew your insurance before this date.
How much does it cost to renew my Nevada insurance license?
Nevada charges a $185 renewal fee + CE provider cost. Check on Nevada’s requirements to learn more about the costs you can expect to renew your insurance license. Renewing your insurance license through Sircon comes with applicable processing fees.
What are the continuing education requirements for Nevada in renewing my insurance license?
You should check with the Nevada Department of Business and Industry – Division of Insurance to determine how many hours you need and if there are restrictions on what kind of CE will be accepted. Continuing education topics include insurance policies, ethics, insurance law, and more. Some topics apply to all insurance agents, such as claims and tax updates. Other classes will be geared toward specific lines, such as property and casualty or life and health. See above to find out more about Nevada Insurance CE courses and requirements.
How do I document the completion of my continuing education courses?
Sending in course completion paperwork to the state is typically the responsibility of the course provider. As the individual taking the course, you will not need to send in documentation. If you want to check your continuing education progress and make sure that all completed courses are in your state file, you can use your state’s online system to look up license information, including continuing education completion.
What is NPN for an insurance agent?
You will need your National Producer Number, or NPN, to renew your insurance license. This number is assigned to each individual working in insurance when they are first licensed. If you are unsure of your NPN, you can look it up on the National Insurance Producer Registry using your license number or social security number.