Unlimited NAIC Long-Term Care Partnership Subscription
The Unlimited NAIC LTC Subscription gives the user access to any LTC & Partnership course we offer online this includes the training and certification for any state in which they need Partnership/LTC training in!
California (Not Partnership, LTC only)
NOTE: Price does not include state's reporting fees. If one of the states you request credit in charges a reporting fee you will be required to pay that fee at that time. Click here for state reporting fees. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding this subscription.
This course does not include Classroom type courses:
- Colorado NAIC LTC Partnership Part 2
- California Partnership Long-Term Care
Many states require that your test be monitored by a 3rd party when you take this course. The person taking the test and the monitor must sign an affidavit and submit it to the CE Provider. Those states are:
Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbie, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
Other states require no monitor, but still require an affidavit to be filled out and submitted to the CE Provider before credit can be granted for a passed course. Those states are:
Florida and Ohio.
If you are going to be requesting a certificate or credit in any of the states' mentioned, then you will need to have a monitor present when you take the 8 hour course, and have them fill out the correct monitor form (one for each state you are requesting the certificate from that requires a monitor). You can find all of the monitor forms by clicking here.
It can be confusing to keep track of so many different state regulations! To make things easier for you, we have compiled the regulations into a spreadsheet that anyone can download (you must have Adobe Reader to view PDF files). To see what courses you need to take for what states, and to see what the state reporting fees are in those states click here. If you have any questions about these regulations or fees, please contact us at (800) 517-7500.