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Insurance Prelicensing for Wisconsin

The IIAW offers both in-person and online licensing options for Wisconsin insurance professionals. The in-person and online insurance licensing class is lead by an experienced professional. We encourage you to pick the option that best fits your learning style and level of comfort. If you have any questions about insurance licensing, please contact the Education Coordinator, Diana, at diana@iiaw.com.

Notice: Effective July 13th, all in-person students will be required to wear their own face mask during the class due to a new order from the Department of Public Health of Madison and Dane County. Read this article for details regarding the new order.

Announcement Regarding In-Person and Online Prelicensing: IIAW will limit the number of people in the classroom to allow for 6 feet of separation between individuals. We require every participant to complete a COVID-19 questionnaire as well as check their temperature each day. We would also take additional measures to ensure a clean and disinfectant environment and provide hand sanitizer. As of right now, masks are optional but we are evaluating that and may change that directive. In addition to in-person prelicensing, the IIAW offers live, online prelicensing which is a live broadcast of the in-person class.

Please Review:
In-Person Licensing Attendance Guidelines

In-Person Hygiene Policy

Online (Live, Virtual Class) Licensing Attendance Guidelines


In-Person or Online Prelicensing Options

IIAW In-Person and Online Prelicensing Class

The IIAW licensing school is designed to help you pass your state licensing exam by the quickest method of meeting the WI education hours requirement.

IIAW Prelicensing
Prelicensing Classroom at IIAW

PSI Testing Info

Are you ready for your licensing exam? Locate the closest testing center and schedule your exam or test online. You will also find info about preparing for test day.

PSI Exam Info
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Information from the Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance (OCI) for Licensees

Visit OCI's website for license requirements, fees, applications, renewals and more!

Applying for an Individual Resident Insurance License

Prelicensing Requirements for an Individual Resident License

Licensee Frequently Asked Questions

... & more!

Important Examination Information

For comprehensive examination information, please obtain a copy of the "Insurance Licensing Candidate Handbook" published by the Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance.

This booklet provides answers regarding who needs to complete prelicensing education, procedures for registering to take your examination(s), and instructions for completing the required criminal history check/fingerprinting. Answers to the most frequently asked questions can be found in the Candidate Handbook.

In addition, view the Intermediary's Guide to Wisconsin Insurance Law Book.

Questions regarding licensing laws, specific exemptions and circumstances should be directed to the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance Licensing Section at (608) 266-8699 or ociagentlicensing@wisconsin.gov.

Learn more about the Wisconsin Intermediary Licensing Exam by visiting our PSI Testing Information page.

 
IIAW School Code required for exam reservation: 10015134

 

Digital Fingerprinting for Resident License Applicants

Section Ins 6.59 (4) (a), Wis. Adm. Code., requires that any individual resident applying for a license or adding additional lines of authority to a current license submit fingerprints and criminal background check as a part of the application. The cost is approximately $36.

Reservations can be made online at www.fieldprintwisconsin.com. At the time of reservation, applicants must enter the Fieldprint code: FPWIOCIInsurance.


Contact OCI

Agent Licensing
P.O. Box 7872 Madison, WI 53707-7872
ociagentlicensing@wisconsin.gov (preferred) Local: 608-266-8699
Toll-free: 800-236-8517 (statewide)
Fax: 608-267-9451