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The following courses, seminars, or programs of instruction, as structured on July 1, 1996, meet the standards of AS 21.27.020 , 3 AAC 23.105, and 3 AAC 23.110 and provide the indicated continuing education credit hours:
(1) a 13-week course of the Life Underwriting Training Council ("LUTC") course curriculum, 13 credit hours;
(2) one course of the American College Chartered Life Underwriter ("CLU") diploma curriculum, 45 credit hours;
(3) one course of the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans' Certified Employee Benefit Specialist ("CEBS") professional designation program, 30 credit hours;
(4) one course of the College for Financial Planning ("CFP") diploma curriculum, 30 credit hours;
(5) one course of the Chartered Financial Planning ("ChFC") diploma curriculum, 45 credit hours;
(6) one course of the Insurance Institute of America's ("IIA") program, 45 credit hours;
(7) one course of the American Institute for Property and Liability Underwriter's Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter ("CPCU") professional designation program, 45 credit hours;
(8) one course of the Certified Insurance Counselor ("CIC") program, 20 credit hours;
(9) one course of the Certified Insurance Service Representative ("CISR") designation program, six credit hours;
(10) the National Association of Health Underwriters' Registered Health Underwriter ("RHU") professional designation program, 45 credit hours.
History: Eff. 9/26/96, Register 139
Authority: AS 21.06.090
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