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(a) A course, seminar, or program of instruction will be accepted for continuing education credit if it is a formal program of learning that
(2) is in the general subject area of
(A) insurance technical or product information;
(B) risk management;
(C) insurance law and regulation;
(D) mathematics, statistics, and probability;
(F) business law;
(H) taxation directly related to insurance products;
(I) business insurance ethics;
(J) licensee professional liability; or
(K) business organization, management, and environment, including motivation, psychology, and sales training.
(b) The director will not approve more than eight continuing education credit hours in the general subject area of business organization, management, and environment during the two-year license period.
History: Eff. 9/26/96, Register 139
Authority: AS 21.06.090
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