Title Agent Continuing Education Approved Courses and States

State Title 101
Hours Approved:
Title 201
Hours Approved:
Ethics in the Title Industry
Hours Approved:
Alabama 13 15 3 Ethics
Arkansas 13 13 2 Ethics
Colorado   8* -
Indiana 13    
Kansas 4 4 2 Ethics
Louisiana 12    
Maryland 13   2 Ethics
Missouri 13 10 3 Ethics
Montana 13 12  
Nebraska 11 12 -
New Jersey 13    
Ohio 13    
Oklahoma 13 12 3 Ethics
Pennsylvania 13    
Tennessee 13 12 3
Texas 13    
Utah 12 12 3 Title Ethics
Virginia 13 30 3 Ethics
Wyoming 13 13 3 Ethics
*Hours approved for LTAC's Certified Title Insurance Specialist designation program. No final exam required.

Requirements for Continuing Education Credit

  1. Register and complete an approved course. Successfully enroll in and complete an approved course per the table, above. Course fees vary and you should also plan for the additional $50 CE Exam Fee.
  2. Purchase the CE Exam for your state. Request a final exam by filling out the CE Exam order form or by calling 800-787-2582. Note that the CE Exam Fee is an additional fee, separate from the Course Enrollment Fee. The CE Exam Fee is $50 per state.
  3. Complete the final exam. The CE Exam is a written multiple-choice exam of 30-50 questions, depending on the Course. The Exam will be mailed to the student for completion, along with instructions. An exam proctor must certify that the student did not receive outside help or cheat during the exam.
  4. Return the completed exam and proctor certification. The final exam and certifications are graded by ALTA/LTI Staff. Upon successful completion, ALTA/LTI Staff will submit CE credits to your state regulator. This process generally takes about two weeks from the date the completed exam is received.

In-Person CE/CLE Opportunities

CE and CLE Credits are also available in conjunction with ALTA's Major Meetings.

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Past Meeting Professional Development

Looking for a previous recording of a Professional Development session? See each meetings Recorded Classes grouped by year.

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Looking for Information on CE Requirements Specific to Your State?

Visit the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) website and check your state's latest requirements.

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