Wisconsin- Workers Comp. Made Simple!

Total Hrs / Order Price
1-5 $15.95
6-17 $24.95
18-24 $39.95
25-50 $49.95
51+ $49.95 + $2.00 per
additional hour over 50
In addition: A State filing fee of $1.00 per credit hour will be added to the total

Pricing based on total number of
hours in order.

Approved For:

  • Property and Casualty

Credit Hours
12

Course Type
Online

DOI Number
62217

Publisher
FastrackCE, LLC

State
Wisconsin

State
State CE Requirements

CE Course Description

Workers’ compensation insurance is good for both employees and employers. It protects employees from loss of wages in case of on-the-job injury; and it can also protect employers from potentially debilitating lawsuits. Most states require companies to carry workers’ comp, and state laws dictate the details of policies. Agents who sell workers’ compensation insurance must understand workers’ compensation as a whole—as well as the laws affecting it in their state.

This course provides an in-depth overview of workers’ compensation insurance as a whole. You’ll learn the history of workers’ comp, how workers’ comp policies work, and how risk is calculated. You’ll also learn about compensation and claim procedures—and how claims are processed and judged.

This course is approved for continuing education in the subject of workers’ compensation insurance in your state. Topics covered include:

  • Intro to workers’ compensation.
  • Compensation and claim procedures.
  • The adjuster’s role.
  • Preparing for and managing claims.
  • Workers’ compensation policies.
  • Medical cost containment.
  • Understanding the language of medical reports.
  • Workers’ compensation and the human body.
  • Federal workers’ comp programs.
  • Workers’ compensation and state laws.

This course is available in convenient online format—making fulfilling your continuing education requirements quick and easy. Get access to course materials immediately after purchase, study when and where it works for you—and see your test results instantly. Order this course today and deepen your expertise in the area of workers’ compensation insurance.

Required CE Hours for Renewal in Wisconsin

  • All Licenses

    • 24 CE hours biennially (even years), which must include three hours of Ethics

Special Training/Education Requirements (LTC, Flood, Ethics, others)

  • Long Term Care -LTC

    • Agents wishing to sell Long Term Care are required to take a one time only 8 hour Department of Insurance certified course
    • Each license term thereafter each agent must complete a 4 hour Long Term Care Partnership CE course that is approved by the department.
  • Flood Insurance Training

    • An insurance producer who sells flood insurance may satisfy the minimum training and education requirements by completing a 3-hour course related to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

How Hours are Reported

  • CE completions are submitted electronically the next business day after a passing completion is acquired.

License Term

  • License term is the last day of licensee's birth month in odd or even years whichever coincides with the birth year of the licensee.

Course Type approved for Continuing Education

  • Online courses
  • Independent Self-study
  • Classroom Study

Final Exam

  • Must be monitored by a disinterested third party.
  • Final exam is closed book.
  • Must answer at least 70% of the questions correct to pass.

Carryover CE Hours

  • CE hours may not be carried over from one renewal period to the next.

Repeating Courses

  • Courses may not be taken more than once in each renewal period.

Completion Certificates

  • Certificates of completion are available as soon as a course is completed with a passing grade. Certificates should be printed and kept on file.

CE Exemptions

  • Limited lines agents
  • Non resident producers (Except for the 2 hours of training specific to Wisconsin's Medicaid program and Wisconsin LTC options if selling LTC.)
  • Agents with Limited Lines licenses except for the limited line of automobile.
  • Newly licensed agents are exempt for the reporting period in which their initial license is issued, if they completed the prelicense education requirement during that same reporting period (exemption does not apply to agents adding a line to an existing license).

Additional Information

Third Party Contact: Sircon
Phone: 877-876-4430
Fax: 404-656-0874

Web Site:Sircon

Wisconsin Department of Insurance

Wisconsin Department of Insurance
Phone: Madison (608) 266-3585
Toll Free: (800) 236-8517 Fax: 608-267-9451
Email: ociagentlicensing@wisconsin.gov

Mailing Address
Wisconsin Department of Insurance
Office of the Commissioner of Insurance
125 South Webster Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53703-3474
Web Site:Wisconsin Department of Insurance