INSURANCE CLAIMS ADJUSTERS
402-B:5-a Continuing Education.
Every 2 years, at least 60 days prior to the renewal date of their license, persons holding an adjusters license shall be certified by the insurance department as having completed 24 hours of continuing education instruction. Of the 24 continuing education hours required, at least 3 hours shall consist of courses approved for adjuster ethics credit. Licensees with workers' compensation authority shall comply with the approved 10 credit hours of workers' compensation and 10 credit hours of multi-line requirement pursuant to RSA 281-A:63. Those licensees without workers' compensation authority may satisfy their 24 credit hour requirement exclusively with multi-line approved credits or any combination of approved workers' compensation or multi-line courses. Such continuing education instruction shall be approved by the insurance department. If a nonresident licensee has complied with the continuing education requirements of his or her state of residence or designated home state, he or she will not be required to comply with the requirements of this state.
Source. 1993, 317:1. 1997, 324:4. 2001, 224:2. 2010, 212:5, eff. Jan. 1, 2011. 2019, 112:3, eff. Jan. 1, 2020.