Alaska Insurance Training & Educational Courses

Individuals wanting to secure a license as an insurance agent in Alaska should complete a pre-license training course in order to pass the state insurance exam. ITA America offers insurance license training in all lines of insurance including life, health, property/casualty and securities. All courses are online and formatted to help you pass the exam on the first try. If you are already licensed, ITA America offers approved continuing education courses for those producers who need to complete their license renewal requirements.

If you are still undecided about entering an insurance career let us help you with your decision. ITA America offers PATHWAYS, a consulting service to assist in making the right decision to help guide you through training, exam prep, and business building. ITA America can also help set up interviews with industry recruiters.

Every month thousands of new interested insurance career candidates visit our website. If you are an insurance company recruiter and interested in learning more about how ITA America can assist in finding new candidates please call or email us today.

Serving all Alaska cities including: Anchorage, Fairbanks, Wasilla, Juneau, Ketchikan.

Educational Courses

Course Type Purchase
Pre-License Training Online training that meets state requirements starting as low as $109 View Courses
Continuing Education Online courses that meets state requirements as low as $5 View Courses
Securities Training Series 6 Online Course | Series 63 Online Course as low as $109 View Courses
Pathways Strategic consulting modules for each crucial decision starting as low as $29 View Courses

Insurance Licensing Requirements in Alaska:

Alaska does not require pre-licensing training before taking the licensing exam. Applicants for Life, Health, Property and Casualty insurance should prepare for the exam and register with the Testing Provider: Pearson VUE at 800-274-5993 or

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Continuing Education Requirements in Alaska:

Continuing education is required for all resident Alaska producers. A total of 24 hours of CE credit is required every two years. A minimum of 3 hours must be on the subject of professional ethics for the insurance producer. Copies of the certificates of completion from each CE course should be submitted at renewal. You should keep your original copies for your records. Producers selling long term care insurance, flood insurance or annuities must complete supplemental training before selling these products. The appointing insurers are responsible for verifying that all producers selling these products have gone through the appropriate training, so the completion of these supplemental trainings do not need to be reported to the division, but they may be included in the total number of hours necessary to renew the license.

In order to sell flood insurance, each producer must complete a one-time 3-hour continuing education course about the federal flood insurance program.

In order to sell long term care insurance producers must have completed a one-time, 8-hour initial training course. 4 hours of ongoing training must be completed every 24 months after taking the initial 8-hour course in order to continue transacting long term care insurance.  

Any insurance producer who engages in the sale of annuity products must complete a one-time four hour training course.

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