CONTINUING EDUCATION
REQUIREMENTS, FEES, & FAQS

HOW MANY CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS DO I NEED TO COMPLETE?

Wyoming resident producers, adjusters, consultants, public adjusters, title agents, crop agents, credit agents, pre-need funeral agents, and adjusters with Wyoming designated as their home state shall complete 24 hours of continuing education each licensing period.

Non-residents are required to comply with their home state's continuing education requirements. There is no additional continuing education requirement in Wyoming for non-resident individuals.

DO I NEED TO PAY AN EXTRA FEE FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION?

Depending on the provider you choose, there may be a fee required to take continuing education courses.

Resident producers will also be assessed a $30 continuing education filing fee on their license renewal invoice.

WHEN DO I NEED TO HAVE MY CONTINUING EDUCATION COMPLETED?

Continuing education providers electronically file all course completions with the Department. Per W.S. § 26-9-231 ↗, providers have 15 days to file course completion certificates.

It is highly recommended that you complete all continuing education more that 30 days prior to your license expiration date.

CAN I GET AN EXTENSION TO FINISH MY CONTINUING EDUCATION?

The Wyoming Department of Insurance does not approve extensions to comply with the continuing education requirement for any reason.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I DON'T COMPLETE MY CONTINUING EDUCATION BEFORE MY LICENSE EXPIRES?

If your continuing education is not completed prior to your license expiration date your license will expire and go into the reinstatement period. You must finish your continuing education requirement prior to reinstating your license.