Ethical Principles and Practices Affecting Insurance - MN

Insurance Continuing Education in Minnesota

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4 credit hours

If purchased today, this course must be completed by:
July 31, 2021 (36 Days)

Minnesota insurance continuing education requires an impartial third-party proctor be present during your final exam when the course is classified as a correspondence course. The proctor cannot be a friend, relative or co-worker of the licensee, nor anyone with a financial interest in the exam result.
Description

This course focuses on ethical considerations when selling to individuals age 65 and older. Upon completing this course an agent should be able to understand the fundamental principles underlying ethical systems, discuss the foundations of professional ethics, modify the tools and methods used in the sales process to meet heightened ethical requirements, indentify specific ethical sales concerns and unethical sales conduct, replace in their sales vocabulary those terms that have a high probability of misleading clients, recognize the special issues concerning product replacement, indentify the special requirements involved when working with impaired clients, and implement a system for ethical decision making.

Exam Details

Need Proctor?No
Question Count:50
Passing Grade:70%
Attempts to Pass:Unlimited
Note: If you choose to request additional credit types while taking this course, the number of exam questions and proctor rules may change to meet those credits' requirements.

Course Details

Course Number:1005247
Approved Title:Ethical Principles & Practices Affecting Insurance
Provider:InsuranceStudy.com
Provider Number:8545
Topics Covered:Ethics
Approved Credits
4 credits in Ethics - Distance Learning
Program Level:Intermediate

Rules for Minnesota Insurance Continuing Education

  • Courses approved for online learning will have material that may not be downloaded. Correspondence courses will have materials available as PDF and/or a physical textbook.
  • Exam is closed book.
  • License education credit will not be awarded for taking a course after it loses its status as an approved course.
  • For Online interactive courses there is no proctor required. For Correspondence courses, this state requires a proctor. Correspondence courses will display that a proctor is required on the details page of the course and also upon entering the learning platform you will see "Proctor Required" on the bottom right of your navigation screen.
  • If required - Who May Proctor Your Exam: the exam must be proctored by a DISINTERESTED THIRD PARTY WITH NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST.