About Mountain CE
Mountain CE is a Utah-based, family owned and managed business. We provide insurance professionals with the most convenient and engaging way to fulfill their continuing education requirements. Since 2005. we’ve helped thousands of professionals obtain and renew their insurance licenses. Our goal is to consistently provide exceptional value and friendly service.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Because all our online courses are interactive, the state has designated them as “classroom-equivalent” and compliant with your classroom instruction requirement. The interactive nature of our courses is that they feature quizzes to test your retention of the material. There is no additional test at the end of each course, and you may retake any quiz if you do not pass it the first time.
We record completed credits to the state at least twice a day. So once you complete a course, your credits will be submitted to the state the same day or the next business day. The state will not begin your renewal process until all your credits are accepted. Please note that the renewal process can take some time, so it’s important that you do not wait until the last minute to complete your CE requirements.
Yes. Our Utah Insurance CE Provider number is 14192.
In addition to purchasing your CE classes, you need to pay to the state a recording fee of $1.00 per credit hour and a license renewal fee of $75.00. Click here for more information.
All of our classes are original content and proprietary to Mountain CE.
You have until the last day of your birthday month to renew your license (every two years.)
The state charges recording fee of $1.00 per credit hour every time a CE provider reports completed credits through SIRCON. We do not markup this cost or profit in any way.
Yes, you can take the same class more than once as long as it’s in a different renewal period.
We have been providing quality education to Utah professionals since 2005.
No more than 75 days before your license expires. (If your license expires on March 31, you must wait until at least January 15 before you can renew your license.)
You can begin taking classes to count toward your next renewal period the day after your license is renewed. (If your renewal date is July 31, you can begin taking classes on August 1.)
No, the state will accept your money before you complete your credits. However, be sure to finish your classes on time or you will lose your renewal payment and will be charged a reinstatement fee. Click here for more information.