This Health Insurance Agent Pre-Licensing Course is designed to meet the requirements for the 2-40 Health Insurance license and help you prepare for the 2-40 State Exam and fulfills the educational prerequisite for a Florida 2-40 Health Insurance Agent license. With this license you will be able to offer (sell) your prospects/clients the following types of policies: Medical, Disability, Long-Term Care, Critical Illness, Cancer, Accident, etc. Additionally, If you plan on offering Medicare Supplements and/or Medicare Advantage Plans, this course is most appropriate.

Topics include Types of Policies, Policy Provisions, Clauses and Riders, Social Insurance, Field Underwriting Procedures, Florida Statutes, Rules and Regulations, and much more.

The current edition of the Florida Health and Life (including Annuities and Variable Contracts) State Study Manual should be studied (and is required by state law) along with this course.

This course is structured with the right content, delivered in small quantities, with learning assured through frequent fill-in-the-blank questions, elements of information emphasized, and instructor guided learning. Several tools are provided to make your learning straightforward and comprehensive.

Your course contains Lessons, Quizzes, and Final Exams. Lessons are not graded, the grade shown is for your information only. Lessons should be repeated as often as possible until you are confident you know the material. There is one Quiz per chapter. Quizzes combined together are worth 20% of your final grade, and you should have at least a 70% score on them. We encourage you to attempt the quizzes as many times as you wish. Your highest score will be used. Ideally, you should only take each Final Exam 1 time, right after you finish studying the content it covers. However, if you don't score at least a 70% you should restudy the content and then take the test a second time.

Important Note: By taking this online course, you have agreed to acknowledge the understanding that the online course testing must be completed unassisted by any person, the course material or other material.

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This course fulfills the educational prerequisite for a Florida 2-14 Life (Including Annuities & Variable Contracts) license. This licensee would then be able to serve as an individual representing an insurer as to life insurance and annuity contracts, including agents appointed to transact life insurance, fixed-dollar annuity contracts, or variable contracts by the same insurer. Annuity contracts, including, but not limited to, fixed or variable annuity contracts; the granting of endowment benefits, additional benefits in event of death or dismemberment by accident or accidental means, additional benefits in event of the insured’s disability; and optional modes of settlement of proceeds of life insurance.  

Updated in 2020, Maryland approved

This course is structured with the right content, delivered in small quantities, with learning assured through frequent fill-in-the-blank questions, elements of information emphasized, and instructor guided learning. Several tools are provided to make your learning straightforward and comprehensive.

Your course contains Lessons, Quizzes, and Final Exams. Lessons are not graded, the grade shown is for your information only. Lessons should be repeated as often as possible until you are confident you know the material. There is one Quiz per chapter. Quizzes combined are worth 20% of your final grade, and you should have at least a 70% score on them. We encourage you to attempt the quizzes as many times as you wish. Your highest score will be used. Ideally, you should only take each Final Exam 1 time, right after you finish studying the content it covers. However, if you don't score at least a 70% you should restudy the content and then take the test a second time.

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Pennsylvania approved

This course is structured with the right content, delivered in small quantities, with learning assured through frequent fill-in-the-blank questions, elements of information emphasized, and instructor guided learning. Several tools are provided to make your learning straightforward and comprehensive.

Your course contains Lessons, Quizzes, and Final Exams. Lessons are not graded, the grade shown is for your information only. Lessons should be repeated as often as possible until you are confident you know the material. There is one Quiz per chapter. Quizzes combined are worth 20% of your final grade, and you should have at least a 70% score on them. We encourage you to attempt the quizzes as many times as you wish. Your highest score will be used. Ideally, you should only take each Final Exam 1 time, right after you finish studying the content it covers. However, if you don't score at least a 70% you should restudy the content and then take the test a second time.

Click here to enroll in this course.

Pennsylvania approved

This course is structured with the right content, delivered in small quantities, with learning assured through frequent fill-in-the-blank questions, elements of information emphasized, and instructor guided learning. Several tools are provided to make your learning straightforward and comprehensive.

Your course contains Lessons, Quizzes, and Final Exams. Lessons are not graded, the grade shown is for your information only. Lessons should be repeated as often as possible until you are confident you know the material. There is one Quiz per chapter. Quizzes combined are worth 20% of your final grade, and you should have at least a 70% score on them. We encourage you to attempt the quizzes as many times as you wish. Your highest score will be used. Ideally, you should only take each Final Exam 1 time, right after you finish studying the content it covers. However, if you don't score at least a 70% you should restudy the content and then take the test a second time.

Click here to enroll in this course.