You can search your CE history quick and easy here. This link takes you to the State of Maine Bureau of Insurance - enter your last name and search. If you are in need of CE credits immediately check our live webinar listing. Shannon at the MIAA will post your CE credits within 24 hours of taking the webinar.
you considering a career as an independent insurance
agent? Excellent! There are many opportunities for agents right here
in Maine! First, you will need to acquire a Maine Producer License to sell insurance. If you are ready for the exam now you can schedule to take the State of Maine Producer exam with Pearson Vue (www.pearsonvue.com).
3 Day Classroom Learning
If you want to reinforce your studies with a classroom overview of the
materials, we encourage you to register for an upcoming 3 day pre-licensing class with us. We have a CUSTOM MAINE licensing workbook for the P&C classroom offerings. The instructor will format the class learning around this Workbook. Please be sure you have the correct textbook for the class. There is a lighthouse on the Workbook cover and the website on the cover should be www.maineagents.net
If you register for the class through the links below you will be mailed the correct books.
Registration for the Pre-Licensing Classes includes the textbooks. See the Education calendar to register or click on the dates below.
Property & Casualty
|Daily Class Schedule
2020 Registration links Coming SOON
Property/Casualty April 14-16, 2020
Hallowell, ME Presented by Robin Federici, CPCU
Property/Casualty July TBD, 2020
TBD Southern Maine Presented by Dawn Halkyard, CPCU
Property/Casualty October 20-22, 2020
HALLOWELL, ME Presented by
Robin Federici, CPCU
|8:45am - Registration
9:00am to 4:00pm - Class
Lunch is on your own
The classroom does have internet
capability if you want to bring along
a laptop/tablet for use during scheduled
breaks and lunch.
Member Fee: $300
Non-Member Fee: $385
Your registration fee includes
a NEW Custom Maine textbook
that includes the LAW Section for Property/Casualty.
For Life & Health we are now using the AD Banker Textbook
Augusta area hotels:
Discount Rate available at Hampton Inn (Augusta)
Hampton Inn by Hilton (AUgusta) - 2.2 miles from the MIAA Office
Calling In: To call in and make reservations, please dial (207) 622-4077 and ask for the Maine Insurance Agents Association Local Negotiated Rate and our Front Desk Agents will be more than happy to assist your guests on making their reservations!
Booking Online: To book online, simply click the
link below and that will bring you to the Hampton by Hilton Augusta website and
to the Maine Insurance Agents Association Local Negotiated Rate! Book online here
Other area hotels: Quality Inn & Suites, The Senator Inn & Spa, The Comfort Inn, Fairfield Inn
LIVE ONLINE WEBINAR Pre-Licensing
You can now complete your L&H or P&C Licensing online. MIAA has partnered with AD Banker & Company to offer pre-licensing solutions to best fit your learning style & time frame, including online courses and web classes.
MIAA members receive a discount for the online course.
Click here to learn more
ORDER Licensing Materials for Self Study
If you will be preparing for the State of Maine exam as self study you can order the textbooks from us.
Click below to order materials securely through our online portal with a credit card Study Material for Life & Health Producer Exam or Property & Casualty Producer Exam
Click below to complete a printable order form that MUST be FAXED to MIAA (security reasons with credit card info)
study material for licensing exams.pdf
We have these in stock for shipment usually within 24 hours of receipt of payment Mon-Friday. If ordering on the weekend the materials will be mailed/emailed the following business day.
Bureau Rule Chapter 542
Number of credit hours required for producers and consultants
The rule requires 24 credit hours every biennium. Of these 24, at least 3 hours must be for an ethics class.
Calculation of biennial due dates
Chapter 542 establishes a biennial compliance date for each licensee based upon their month and year of birth. An individual will determine their due date for continuing education by reference first to their birth month, and then, whether they were born in an "odd" or "even" year. The due date will then be the end of the birth month, in an odd or even year.
For example, if a person was born in March, 1965, their continuing education is going to be due by the last day of March in every odd year, such as 2009, 2011, etc.
If someone was born in March, 1966, their due date will be the last day of March in 2008, 2010, etc. To view the entire text of Rule 542, please click on the following link: