Top three sites for insurance continuing educationBlog added by David Shields on July 20, 2012
David Shields

David Shields

San Antonio, TX

Joined: February 07, 2012

If you’re the type who takes defensive driving class in your pajamas and hasn’t owned a pencil in years, online insurance CE classes were made for you.

In an informal poll, we found the top three providers in the business.


Nine times out of 10 — maybe more — if you ask an insurance agent about the best online CE classes, WebCE is going to come up. Winner of “Best CE Provider” by Senior Market Advisor for three years, the company gives more than 700,000 classes a year, including those in annuities, long-term care, law and ethics. Available in all states, course bundles start at $12.95 and single classes start at $4.95.


The second-most mentioned CE provider was NobleCE, which says that they will beat any price and, if proven wrong, they will charge 10 percent less than the competitor. More hours per course, instant grading and reporting of completion and free state courses with purchase are a few pros of going with NobleCE.

Kaplan Insurance CE

Boasting high-quality curriculum, Kaplan is a household name for many walks of life, from high schoolers trying to get into college to doctors who need to pass the boards. Total access of the courses is $59, and each course is $29.

Who’s your favorite CE provider?
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