Continuing Education FAQ - Provider

How do I become a provider of continuing education (CE) in North Dakota?

The fee to become a continuing education (CE) provider in North Dakota is $10.

How do I file a course for continuing education (CE) in North Dakota?

Log into your National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) State Based Systems (SBS) provider account to file a continuing education (CE) course.
 

Can I check on the status of a continuing education (CE) course I filed?

You can view pending, active and rejected courses by logging into your National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) State Based Systems (SBS) provider account.

Where can I get a copy of the continuing education (CE) course approval?

You can access a copy of the continuing education course approval by logging into your National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) State Based Systems (SBS) provider account.

What is my provider login and/or password?

Contact the State Based Systems (SBS) help desk at:

(816) 783-8500
8 a.m. - 4 p.m. CST
Monday - Friday

When do continuing education (CE) providers renew?

Continuing education (CE) providers in North Dakota can renew from Jan. 1-March 31.

When do continuing education (CE) courses renew and what is the fee?

Continuing education (CE) courses renew annually by March 1 of every year. There is no fee to renew courses. All correspondence with providers is done by email. An email notification goes out to all providers in November/December indicating your renewal listing will be available beginning Jan. 1. You must mark your courses as renewed by March 31 or they will be canceled.

Where do I find a form for instructor approval?

North Dakota no longer approves instructors. It is the coordinator’s responsibility to make sure instructors meet the minimum qualifications.

How do I make a change to my provider information?

Providers have the ability to make all changes to their own information by logging into the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) State Based Systems (SBS). This includes changes to addresses, email addresses and coordinator/contact information.