PACKAGE I - Become an Insurance Expert Course 4 & Ethics Course 04

This package meets the Washington State Continuing Education requirement of 24 credit hours including 3 credit hours on ethics.

Courses include:

  • 21 cr - Become an Insurance Expert Course 4 
  •   3 cr - Ethics Course 04

Ethics Course 04

Topics include: What Does Ethics Mean?, Consumer Protection and Consumer Perceptions, Ethics and the Back Office, The Web of Industry Relationships, Insurance Industry Regulation, Due Diligence and Disclosure, Fiduciary Duty, Money Management and Financial Obligations, and Professionalism for Insurance Agents

Become an Insurance Expert Course 4

The Revised Code of Washington (RCW) is the compilation of all permanent laws now in force. It is a collection of Session Laws (enacted by the Legislature, and signed by the Governor, or enacted via the initiative process), arranged by topic, with amendments added and repealed laws removed. It does not include temporary laws such as appropriations acts. RCW Title 48 addresses the laws that apply to the Insurance Industry. Possessing accurate and in depth knowledge of these laws, with the ability to refer to them instantly, will help you to become an Insurance expert, respected by your prospects as well as fellow licensed professionals.

Course 4 will address the following RCW topics:


Variable contract act




Disability insurance


Life insurance policy illustrations


Group and blanket disability insurance


Industrial life insurance


Life insurance -- Profit-sharing, charter, founders, and coupon policies


Marine and transportation insurance (Reserved)


Property insurance


Surety insurance


Title insurers


Unfair practices and frauds


Insurance fraud


Mergers, rehabilitation, liquidation, supervision


Insurer holding company act


Washington insurance guaranty association act


Washington life and disability insurance guaranty association act


Credit life insurance and credit accident and health insurance


Alien insurers


Fraternal benefit societies


Market conduct oversight


Charitable gift annuity business


Health insurance coverage access act


Personal coverage, general authority


Insurance reform