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ACP Designation Requirements

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Once the basic requirements of five (5) years* insurance and three (3) years compliance experience eligibility have been met, the successful completion of courses in the Life and Annuity, Health or Property & Casualty concentrations need to be met for the ACP designation.

*The five years requirement is defined as a member in good standing and employed and/or affiliated with the insurance industry. Examples of acceptable affiliations could be as an intern with an insurance company and/or an employee of a service provider that specializes in insurance compliance solutions.


Life and Annuity Concentration (3 Required)

  1. Complete one of the following:

    • LOMA 281 — Meeting the Customer Needs with Insurance & Annuities (LOMA)
    • AAPA 283 — Annuity Principals and Products (LOMA) (Retired as of 12/31/2015)*
    • HS 323 — Individual Life Insurance (American College)
    • AFE1 — Life & Health Insurance Fundamentals (SOFE), or
    • Both NAIC Introduction to the Insurance Industry and its Regulation and NAIC Foundations of Insurance Reg.(NAIC)
  2. Complete LOMA 290 — Insurance Company Operations or 291 — Improving the Bottom Line: Insurance Company Operation (LOMA)

  3. Complete one of the following:

    • LOMA 311 — Business Law for Financial Services Professionals or HS 324 Life Insurance Law (LOMA)
    • LOMA 301 — Insurance Administrations (LOMA)
    • LOMA 335 — Operational Excellence in Financial Services (LOMA)
    • LOMA 361 — Accounting & Financial Reporting in Life Insurance Companies (LOMA)
    • Either NAIC Regulation of Insurance Products or NAIC Core Legal (NAIC)

Property and Casualty (3 Required)

  1. Complete AINS 21 — Property and Liability Insurance Principles (The Institutes)
    (May be replaced with IR 201 — Insurance Regulation for those with a CPCU designation)

  2. Complete CPCU 500 — Foundations of Risk Management and Insurance. (The Institutes)

  3. Complete one of the following:

    • IR 201 — Insurance Regulation (The Institutes)
    • CPCU 520 — Insurance Operations (The Institutes)
    • AFE 2 — Property and Liability Fundamentals (SOFE)

Health Concentration (3 Required)

  1. Complete one of the following:

    • AHIP Fundamentals of Health Insurance Part A (AHIP)
    • LOMA 281 — Meeting the Customer Needs with Insurance & Annuities (LOMA)
    • HS 313 — Individual Health Insurance (American College)
    • AFE1 — Life & Health Insurance Fundamentals (SOFE)
    • Both NAIC Introduction to the Insurance Industry and its Regulation and NAIC Foundations of Insurance Reg.(NAIC)
  2. Complete one of the following:

    • AHIP Fundamentals of Health Insurance Part B (AHIP)
    • LOMA 290 — Insurance Company Operations, or 291—Improving the Botton Line:Insurance Company Operations (LOMA)
    • Either C2 — Life & Health Insurance Law (ICA), or AHIP Fraud Part 1(AHIP)
  3. Complete one of the following:

    • LOMA 311 — Business Law for Financial Services Professionals (LOMA)
    • C1 — Med Aspects of Claims (ICA)
    • C2 — Life & Health Ins. Law (ICA)
    • AHIP Fraud Part 1(AHIP)
    • AHM 510 — Governance & Regulation (AHIP)
    • Either NAIC — Regulation of Insurance Products, or NAIC Core Legal (NAIC)

*Note: Under the CPCU 10-part program, CPCU 500 (previously CPCU 510) was CPCU 1, and CPCU 520 was CPCU 5. Both courses will waive the respective requirements. Also, any CPCU completers under the 5-part program (prior to 1994) meet the requirements of CPCU 500 (previously CPCU 510)  and CPCU 520. CPCU 500 replaced CPCU 510 starting 3/15/2011. Those completing CPCU 510 prior to 3/15/2011 may use it to satisfy the requirements of the ACP designation.

Any course which has been retired may still be applied towards a designation.

The Institutes will grant exam credits for an Institutes program if the candidate has earned a Professional Designation or Advanced or Graduate Degree.   Refer to The Institutes' Waiver Request Form for further information.

The courses above are offered through American College, AICP, The Institutes, AHIP, ICA, LOMA, IRES, NAIC, AND SOFE. For more information regarding these organizations, please see below

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