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Actions by an insurance continuing education provider that may result in a fine.

The following actions by a continuing education provider or any of its employees, designees, or instructors may result in a fine:
(1) Advertising or offering a course for credit without the commissioner granting prior approval of the course, including advertising that indicates the continuing education provider has submitted the course for credit approval;
(2) Failing to follow the approved course outline;
(3) Issuing a Washington insurance continuing education completion certificate for a course that the commissioner has not approved for continuing education credits;
(4) Misrepresentation in advertising of insurance continuing education;
(5) Making substantive changes to an approved course and offering the course for credit without the commissioner's prior approval of the changes;
(6) Changing the approved course instruction method without the commissioner's prior approval of the course;
(7) Offering a course that has erroneous facts and figures or that could reasonably be expected to mislead producers;
(8) Submitting rosters with erroneous information or issuing erroneous certificates;
(9) Issuing a certificate of completion to a person who did not complete the course in accordance with chapter 284-17 WAC;
(10) Submitting a roster for a person who did not complete the course in accordance with chapter 284-17 WAC;
(11) Submitting a roster for a person who:
(a) Did not sign the classroom attendance register;
(b) Did not indicate their arrival time or departure time on the attendance register; or
(c) Indicated an arrival time after the class started or a departure time before the class ended.
(12) Failing to issue a certificate of completion to a person who satisfactorily completed the course in accordance with chapter 284-17 WAC;
(13) Failing to submit a roster for a person who satisfactorily completed the course in accordance with chapter 284-17 WAC;
(14) Failing to supply insurance continuing education records for an audit within thirty days of the commissioner's written request. If the commissioner grants a written extension, then the records are due by the date indicated on the extension;
(15) Failing to supply continuing education course attendance or completion records, course materials, or other records to resolve a consumer inquiry within fifteen days of the date on the commissioner's written request. If the commissioner grants a written extension, then the records are due by the date indicated on the extension;
(16) Not notifying the commissioner of a change in contact information or a change to the continuing education program coordinator within thirty days of the change. Contact information includes the continuing education provider's mailing address, phone number, and email address last submitted by the provider;
(17) Failing to comply with any statute or rule pertaining to continuing education providers as specified in Titles 48 RCW and 284 WAC.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 48.02.060, 48.17.005, 48.17.150(1), and 48.01.030. WSR 15-13-061 (Matter No. R 2014-02), § 284-17-302, filed 6/10/15, effective 7/11/15. Statutory Authority: RCW 48.02.060, 48.17.005. WSR 09-02-073 (Matter No. R 2008-06), § 284-17-302, filed 1/6/09, effective 7/1/09. Statutory Authority: RCW 48.02.060, 48.17.150, 48.17.563, 48.85.040. WSR 05-07-091 (Matter No. R 2004-04), § 284-17-302, filed 3/17/05, effective 4/17/05.]
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