The North Carolina Department of Insurance (NCDOI) Agent Services Division reviews and approves all Pre-Licensing (PLE) School applications. Once a school is approved, it is added to the listing of approved PLE Schools that is posted on the North Carolina page of Pearson Vue’s website, www.pearsonvue.com/nc/insurance. (Pearson Vue is the test vendor for the licensing examinations.)
There are two types of PLE School listings:
- Approved Providers of Insurance Producer Pre-licensing Classroom Courses
- Approved Providers of Insurance Producer Pre-licensing Online Courses
Pre-Licensing Provider Reports to the Department
Providers should notify the Agent Services Division of changes to the following:
- Program Director
- E-mail Address
- Telephone number(s)
- Website Address
- Mailing Address
- Physical Location Address
- Types of PLE offered
- Withdrawal from Offering NC PLE
- Method of Instruction
Methods to Submit Updates:
E-mail to Christina.Hunter@ncdoi.gov (preferred method).
Fax to 919-715-3794
Mail to:NCDOI-Agent Services Division
1204 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1204
The Agent Services Division will update the PLE School listing and forward to Pearson VUE for posting on the website.
Rules and Regulations
North Carolina General Statute
NCGS 58-33-132 - Qualifications of instructors
North Carolina Administrative Code
11 NCAC 06A .0701 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
11 NCAC 06A .0702 - PRELICENSING EDUCATION SCHOOLS
11 NCAC 06A .0703 - PROGRAM DIRECTORS
11 NCAC 06A .0704 - COURSES
11 NCAC 06A .0705 - INSTRUCTORS
The illustration below is a partial sample result set from Report Generator, opened using Microsoft® Excel. The report is delivered in Comma Separated Values (CSV) format that can be opened and manipulated using a variety of software applications; however, Microsoft® Excel is the optimal choice. The entire result set is too wide to fit this page. The fields (column headings) displayed on all reports are:
LICENSE_NUM: License Number for the Individual or Business Entity producer.
NPN: National Producer Number (displays for Individual producers only).
FIRST_NAME: First name of the Individual producer.
MIDDLE_NAME: Middle name of the Individual producer.
LAST_NAME: Last name of the Individual producer.
SUFFIX: Suffix of the Individual producer (Jr. or Sr., for example).
BUSINESS_ENTITY_NAME: Name of the Business Entity.
FEIN: Federal Employer Identification Number (displays for Business Entities only).
LICENSE_TYPE: Type of license held by the producer (adjuster or producer, for example).
LINE_OF_AUTHORITY: Lines of authority granted the producer by the selected state.
LICENSE_STATUS: Status of the producer's license (active or expired, for example).
FIRST_ACTIVE_DATE: Date that this license first became active in the selected state.
EFFECTIVE_DATE: Date the producer's license most recently became active.
EXPIRATION_DATE: Date the active producer's license will expire unless renewed.
DOMICILESTATE: State in which the producer resides.
IS_RESIDENT: The producer resides in the selected state.
7 fields for producer's Mailing Address
7 fields for producer's Business Address
BUSINESS_PHONE: The producer's business telephone number.
BUSINESS_EMAIL: The producer's business e-mail address.
CE_COMPLIANCE: Displays a Y/N (Yes/No) indicating producer's CE compliance for next license renewal.
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Transaction Number: 34yVRa
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The comma-separated values (CSV) file format is a set of file formats used to store tabular data in which numbers and text are stored in plain textual form that can be read in a text editor. Lines in the text file represent rows of a table, and commas in a line separate what are fields in the table's row.
CSV is a simple file format that is widely supported, so it is often used to move tabular data between different computer programs that support compatible CSV formats. For example: a CSV file might be used to transfer information from a database program to a spreadsheet.