Continuing Education Requirements

Title Insurance Producer Licenses are issued by the Indiana Department of Insurance (“IDOI”). This is the same government agency that promulgates continuing education requirements, administers the license renewal process and enforces the Indiana insurance code. Currently, title insurance producers renew their licenses every two years, during their birth month and seven (7)hours of IDOI-APPROVED Indiana continuing education hours with the title designation must be attained prior to renewal. Four of these CE hours must be the “Core” hours: Underwriting, Ethics, RESPA & Escrow Issues/Closing. An additional three hours must be taken in addition to the “Core” hours. These additional hours can be electives or more “Core” hours.
IC 27-1-15.7-2 states:
(b) To renew a license issued under IC 27-1-15.6, a limited lines producer with a title qualification under IC 27-1-15.6-7(a)(8) must complete at least seven (7) hours of credit in continuing education courses related to the business of title insurance with at least one (1) hour of instruction in a structured setting or comparable self-study in each of the following: (1) Ethical practices in the marketing and selling of title insurance. (2) Title insurance underwriting. (3) Escrow issues. (4) Principles of the federal Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (12 U.S.C. 2608). An attorney in good standing who is admitted to the practice of law in Indiana and holds a license issued under IC 27-1-15.6 with a title qualification under IC 27-1-15.6-7(a)(8) may complete all or any number of hours of continuing education required by this subsection by completing an equivalent number of hours in continuing legal education courses related to the business of title insurance or any aspect of real property law.

Not sure how many continuing education hours you have accrued during this reporting period?  Click here to look up your continuing education transcript.

ILTA hosts several live continuing education classes all over the state in a variety of topics. Click here to see what ILTA has planned.

ILTA also hosts a variety of online continuing education classes at

ILTA recommends that title producers renew their license on-line at about sixty (60) days prior to license expiration. Look under the “Quick Start for Agents” section for more information.

To contact someone in the IDOI’s Agency Services Department to further discuss continuing education or the license renewal process further, click here and scroll to the bottom of the page.

What is ILTA?

A lot has changed in our industry, but our strong commitment to our members remains the same. Since its formation in 1907, the Indiana Land Title Association has worked to protect the land title industry in Indiana. Amid the changing regulations and the ups and downs of the market, ILTA has stood by its members to offer high-quality education, networking opportunities, and legislative advocacy. We stand for the highest principles of professionalism and consumer protection, advocating for the safe and efficient transfer of real property. A home is likely the largest investment any individual will make in his or her lifetime, and by ensuring accurate searches, promoting fair and professional closings, and supporting important insurance coverages, ILTA protects Indiana consumers' property rights.