Application Procedures-Individual Residents
Follow the steps noted below to schedule your license examination and complete an application online:
1) Prelicensing Education
Complete the 20-hours of Life prelicensing education requirements by selecting and registering for a life prelicensing education course using the California Department of Insurance’s Education and Provider Course search. You must also complete the 12 hours of ethics education to satisfy the 32 hour prelicensing education requirements.
- Select an education provider and register for a course that is online or in a classroom. You can register on-line or call the education provider directly.
- Print and study the Life-Only Educational Objectives document(s) from the California website and cross reference with the materials provided by the education provider.
2) Schedule and take license examination
Once the pre-licensing coursework requirements have been completed, schedule an appointment to take the life license examination. PSI now provides license applicants who are required to take a license examination with the option to take a remote online proctored license examination (remote testing) for all insurance licensing examinations.
Fingerprint technicians will be available at CDI’s license examination site located in Los Angeles or at PSI’s 20 test centers that are located throughout California. The Live Scan Service Request form, LIC-442-39A, is given to the applicants when they are seated to take the license examination
4) License Application
After passing the license examination, go to sircon.com to submit an electronic license application. If documents are required please attach those documents to the electronic license application or these documents can be submited to the National Insurance Producer Registry’s Attachments Warehouse or they can be submited by via U.S. Mail – Applicants may mail documents to the following address:
California Dept. of Insurance
Attn: Online Line Application
320 Capitol Mall
Sacramento, CA 95814
License applicants can check the status of a license application by going to the California Department of Insurance Check License Application Status Services (CLASS).