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Arizona Insurance Licensing Exam
Preparing to take an Arizona Licensing Exam? CPMI is here to help. Our instructor led review videos, practice tests, and supplementary prep materials ensure that you know the most important insurance concepts when you take your insurance exam. Our pre-license courses were designed by insurance professionals and have a money back guarantee you will pass on the first try.
Use our resources and prep materials to work through CPMI’s tailored content at your own pace. By the time you sit for the real test, you will have the skills and confidence to become fully licensed as an Arizona insurance producer.
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Insurance agents are required to be at least 18 years old and hold an insurance license from the state. It’s important to keep in mind that in order to sell multiple types of insurance, you will need to have multiple licenses. Licensing requirements vary depending on the state, but prospective insurance agents are generally required to take a course and pass the state’s specific licensing exam.
That’s where CPMI comes in. We offer a full range of courses, tailored to your state, to help you complete your training and acquire your license. Our courses include:
- Live online courses
- Asynchronous online programs
- Traditional class materials
- Practice exams
- And more
CPMI believes in going above and beyond for our customers. Our courses come with a money back guarantee that you will pass your licensing exam on the first try.
Licensing Requirements in Arizona:
- In addition to passing the state-administered test, potential insurance producers in AZ must meet be at least 18 years old, maintain a permanent place of business, be fingerprinted, and pay a licensing fee.
- After all requirements are met and the state examination completed, you are required to submit your insurance producer application to the Arizona Department of Insurance.
- Arizona insurance producers’ licenses are valid for a minimum of three years, and must be renewed on the last day of the licensee's birth month between 3 and 4 years from the date of issuance.
- 48 hours of insurance continuing education must be completed prior to license renewal.
To view more information about insurance license renewals in Arizona or anywhere else in the US, please visit the National Insurance Producer Registry.
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