Aloha Hawaiʻi Insurance Agents,
The DCCA Hawaii has released a helpful Hawaiʻi CE Priority List to guide you through continuing education requirements for licensure. This list outlines how CE credits will be distributed across requirements.
Hawaiʻi CE Priority List
- The Rules/Ethics requirement will first be satisfied by any Rules/Ethics credits.
- If there is an excess of Rules/Ethics credits (meaning the Rules/Ethics requirement has been satisfied), the excess will first go to the Life/Health requirement.
- If the Life/Health requirement has been satisfied, then any leftover Rules/Ethics credits will go to the Property/Casualty requirement.
- If the producer has not taken any or enough Rules/Ethics courses, the remaining credit requirements may be fulfilled by Ethics/Life-Health first, then Ethics/Property-Casualty.
- If the producer has satisfied the Rules/Ethics requirement using Ethics/Life-Health or Ethics/Property-Casualty, the excess Ethics/Property-Casualty will go to Property/Casualty only and the excess Ethics/Life-Health will go to Life/Health only.
- The Life/Health requirement will first be satisfied by any Life/Health credits, then Rules/Ethics, and last Ethics/Life-Health.
- Ethics/Life-Health credits will not count toward the Property/Casualty requirement.
- The Property/Casualty requirement will first be satisfied by Property/Casualty credits, then Rules/Ethics, and last Ethics/Property-Casualty.
- Ethics/Property-Casualty credits will not count towards the Life/Health requirement.
Courses are re-distributed according to priority each time a new course is added to the producer’s education transcript.
If you have any questions, contact the Hawaii Insurance Licensing Branch at (808) 586-2788 or email firstname.lastname@example.org