The Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) Designation is a nationally recognized designation program. It is a practical program that stresses the understanding and analysis of risks and exposures. Topical areas studies are commercial lines, personal lines, life & health and risk management. A student participating in these programs should have a basic knowledge of insurance.
Obtaining the additional status of being a CISR Elite is evidence of commitment to the agency, the client, and your personal growth. Earning CISR Elite designation represents increased specialized knowledge, increases earning power, enhances professional status and creates more value for your agency or company.
The state requires that all registrants attend a class in its entirety to receive continuing education credits (CEs). Partial credit is not given for partial attendance. Late arrivals will not receive any CE.
MAIA Members: $192
If you work for a Massachusetts employer and are a member of MAIA, you can apply for Massachusetts Workforce Training Funds to pay for your CISR designation. Learn more...NOW!
REGISTRATION: 7:30 a.m.
CLASS TIME: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
EXAM: 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Once you attain the CISR designation, there is an annual update requirement to maintain the designation. You must be a dues-paid member of the Society and update by the end of your birth month every year by taking one of the following approved courses:
Attend a CISR course in the classroom or go online. To find out how to take a CISR course online, please call 800-633-2165 or go to www.scic.com.