License renewal: did you forget the last step?

“Hey, I loved your courses, and now that I’m finished what am I supposed to do next?”

We get this question all the time, and we’re happy to point you in the right direction! First, if you’re not sure, you can double-check that you’ve taken all the CE you need by seeing your Continuing Education transcript at Compliance Express ™ (

Next, renew your license at License Renewals | Sircon powered by Vertafore

And as always, if you have any questions, call us at (801) 518-1956. Your compliance is our business, and we’re here to help!

Take a licensing exam virtually, from anywhere!

Did you know that you can now take your Utah P&C, Life, Health, or Personal Lines licensing exam right from the office or at home? Prometric is offering a remote proctoring option and all you need is a camera on your computer.

Make sure you get an 80% or better on your Mountain CE practice exam first, and then click this link to schedule! You can usually take it within a couple of days.

As always, you can call us at (801) 518-1956 if you have any questions. Your success is our primary concern and we’re always here to help!

Your Health & Well-Being Come First

The coming weeks and months, all of us will be hurting in one way or another. Many of us will face challenges relating to health, community, family, and business. As members of your Utah community, Mountain CE will share whatever burdens we can.

First, rest assured that when you order pre-licensing materials, we have thoroughly sanitized our hands before packaging them.

Second, those of you who are working from home can knock out all your required CE for 20% off (only $31 if you need 24 credits!). Just use the coupon code wfh20 at any time during this present crisis.

Third, we’re in this together. Give us a call anytime at (801) 518-1956 to let us know how we can help your business. Whatever your needs are, we can find a solution within your means and to suit your situation!

Please do your part to keep your loved ones and co-workers safe by following CDC guidelines and using the resources made available by the Utah Department of Health. We’re not going anywhere, and we’ll continue to be a community resource no matter what.