Horton is pleased to announce sponsorship of professional insurance education courses offered by The National Alliance. The self-paced online courses include the Introduction to Property and Casualty Insurance courses and five parts of the Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) designation.
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Horton is pleased to announce sponsorship of professional insurance education courses offered by The National Alliance for our employees. These self-paced online courses (8-hour or two 4-hour) will meet your Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) designation annual update requirement. To maintain the CISR designation, you are required to complete 8-hours of the following skills-enriching courses every year.
Insurance License Continuing Education (CE) Information:
- CISR Update Continuing Education (CE) Credits
- Florida Insurance Licensing Requirements
- Tennessee Insurance Licensing Requirements
You will use your National Alliance user name and password when registering for the courses. If you do not have a user name and password or have forgotten it you may follow the prompts on the screen during the course registration process. For assistance, contact The National Alliance at 800-633-2165.
By registering for the below courses I acknowledge that my participation and exam results will be released to my employer. You have 60 days, from registration, to complete the course.
For assistance or more information about this program click CISR or contact The National Alliance offices at 800-633-2165 (ask for Kelly Surles). Hours are M-F from 8:30am to 5:30pm CST.
Please select a course update option below. Choose between 2 William T. Hold courses or 1 CISR course for your CISR Annual update.
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