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Learn what's required for your Insurance License in Georgia

This insurance licensing information summarizes the minimum requirements established by the GA Department of Insurance. We recommend you contact the GA Department of Insurance for more detailed information or changes.

Georgia Insurance: Life Only

GA Education Requirements
Classroom or State Approved On-line Program
20 hours for Life
20 hours for Accident & Sickness (Health)

Certificate Information
Student must also take final certification exam. Exam is found within the On-Demand program. If a 70%+ is obtained, student can print certificate directly from computer. Student is then eligible to take state exam.
Course certificates are valid for 1 year from date of issue.

State Exam Provider
Pearson Vue
Contact Information:
(800) 274-0455
www.pearsonvue.com

Governing Agency

Name: GA Department of Insurance
Phone: 4046562070
Fax: 4046578542
Address: Two Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive West Tower, Suite 704 Atlanta, GA 30334

Georgia Insurance: Accident and Health Only

GA Education Requirements
Classroom or State Approved On-line Program
20 hours for Life
20 hours for Accident & Sickness (Health)

Certificate Information
Student must also take final certification exam. Exam is found within the On-Demand program. If a 70%+ is obtained, student can print certificate directly from computer. Student is then eligible to take state exam.
Course certificates are valid for 1 year from date of issue.

State Exam Provider
Pearson Vue
Contact Information:
(800) 274-0455
www.pearsonvue.com

Governing Agency

Name: GA Department of Insurance
Phone: 4046562070
Fax: 4046578542
Address: Two Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive West Tower, Suite 704 Atlanta, GA 30334

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Note: This license renewal information is provided as a convenience only and is subject to change at any time. It's ultimately the responsibility of the licensee to be sure that he or she is meeting all requirements for each license and corresponding renewal period.