CIC - Certified Insurance Counselor
The notebook in a pdf file will be available a week prior and electronic note taking is allowed during the class. Complete details will be emailed a week prior.
The CIC program is designed to meet the insurance professional's need for technical knowledge in all areas of the industry. The program provides an in-depth practical approach for both agency and company practitioners. The program is made up of seven two day institutes (16 hours) with the optional 2-hour exam the following morning. Pass five of the seven to earn the CIC designation.Exam Information
The exam is optional and not required for state CE credit.
An individual must successfully complete five CIC examinations within five calendar years following the year the first exam was passed.
Successful completion of the five examinations earns the right to use the coveted CIC designation. Maintain the designation by attending one approved update option a year. Ruble Seminars are one option and only dues paid CICs, CRMs, CISRs and CSRMs may attend.
Please visit your "PROfile" on The National Alliance website to download your documents and view your history.For more information visit: www.thenationalalliance.com
Any CIC update is approved for the Utica Premium Discount.
Graduate Ruble $430 includes CE fee
Course materials, continental breakfast and afternoon break items are included. Meals and lodging are on your own.
CIC James K. Ruble Graduate Seminar - FULL, please call to be placed on a wait list.
Thank you for your interest in our upcoming Graduate Seminar. CE credit is available for Wisconsin and all bordering states. If you are licensed in a different state and are registering less than 40 days from the program, please contact The National Alliance Continuing Education Department to determine if CE credit is available, 800-633-2165.
Details - FULL, please call to be placed on a wait list.