Utah State Requirements

Continuing Education Hours

  • 24 Hours Biennially Including 3 Hours of Ethics.

License Renewal

  • License Renewal date is the last day of the producer’s birth month.

Courses accepted for CE Credit

  • Classroom Courses – must complete 12 hours in Classroom credit
  • Self-Study Courses
  • Online Courses
  • Classroom Equivalent Courses

Courses Subject Requirements

  • Three (3) hours of ethics each compliance period.
  • Twenty-One (21) hours can be in any line of insurance.
  • 12 hours must be in the classroom.

Annuity Requirement

  • A producer may not solicit annuity products unless the producer has adequate knowledge of the product and is in compliance with the insurer's product training standards. No specific hourly requirements have been instituted.

Long Term Care Requirement

  • Initial 3-hour LTC training requirement: Before selling LTC insurance products in Utah, producers must complete an initial 3-hour, state-approved LTC training course.
  • Producers continuing to sell LTC must complete three (3) hours of state-approved LTC training during every 24-month licensing period after the period in which they completed the initial training.

Carryover Requirements

  • Credit hours cannot be carried over to the next compliance period.

Course Repetition

  • Credit will not be given for courses that are repeated within a compliance period.

Final Exam

  • No monitor required for a final exam.


  • Producers licensed before December 31, 1982 may request exemption.
  • Non-resident licensee whose CE requirements are substantially similar to that of Utah.

For Additional Information, Please Contact:

Utah Insurance Department

Physical & Mailing Address

State Office Building, Ste 3110
Capitol Hill Complex
450 No. State St.
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6901

Phone: (801) 538-3800 or (800) 439-3805
Fax: (801) 538-3829

Licensing Division Contact Information

Phone: (801) 538-3855
Fax: (801) 538-3830 State Website: insurance.utah.gov

Broker Educational Sales & Training, Inc. provides this information as a courtesy to our clients. Every effort is made to ensure that the information is accurate. However, this information is subject to change, become outdated, or be incorrect due to new legislation or official rulings. Please check with the state to ensure accuracy.

Revised 06/07/2017.