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Insurance Summit

Continuing Education

The Insurance Summit seeks to provide a space that cultivates learning and education. Along with gaining new ideas and perspectives, attendees may earn continuing education credit.

General Information

Many Insurance Summit sessions are pre-qualified for Designation Renewal Credits (DRCs) or eligible for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits. To earn credits and receive a certificate, participants must meet the attendance requirements and applicable interactivity requirements.

The NAIC is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website:

How to earn a continuing education certificate at the Insurance Summit
  • Attendees must be registered for the Summit and participate on an individual basis to qualify for continuing education credit. Group participation in any Summit session will not qualify for credit.  
  • Attendees must participate in the sessions for the entire duration to earn credit (a session must consist of 50 minutes of instruction including Q/A to be eligible for credit).
  • Attendees must participate in the live session in person or virtually to earn credit. Credit will not be granted for listening to session recordings.
  • Virtual attendees must participate in the session using the appropriate link in the event app. Credit will not be granted for listening to the session by phone.
  • Attendance and interactivity reports will be reviewed for all sessions that qualify for credit to determine who will be issued credit and a certificate.
Please note:

We may be required to share information periodically with the state departments of insurance, the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy, the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, state boards of accountancy, and state continuing legal education boards in order to meet certain legal/regulatory obligations, requirements and certifications that enable us to provide certain services to you. For example, we may need to include your registration or attendance information to certification or standard-setting bodies in order to maintain our accreditation to offer and deliver educational opportunities. 

Such information is considered “personal information” that enables you to be identified as an individual and may include your name; business address; e-mail address; phone number; registration records; attendance records; attendee lists, sign-in sheets; designation status; and course developer, instructor and reviewer biographies.