Continuing Education for New Hampshire Adjusters

Create your own custom continuing education curriculum

At AE21, we recognize that every adjuster’s CE needs are different at any given time. This is why we allow you to create your own curriculum by choosing exactly the number of hours you need and covering the topics that interest you most.

By offering all of our courses at a low per-hour rate, you can choose to purchase one course at a time, working your way through your compliance period or purchase them all at once. Either way you choose, you will always receive the lowest possible price. For New Hampshire CE pricing, please refer to the FAQ’s below.

To purchase CE courses, begin by heading over to our state-of-the-art eLearning system and logging in or creating an account. By selecting New Hampshire as your state of licensure, the system will know to show you only the catalogs that are applicable to you. You can explore our available course offerings by clicking the button below. The short video to the left will show you just how easy it is to get started when you are ready.

Frequently Asked Questions: New Hampshire Continuing Education

CE registration is done through our state-of-the-art eLearning system. You can log-in or register your account HERE.

By entering New Hampshire as your licensing state during registration, the system will present you with a customized dashboard that will contain the New Hampshire course catalogs as well as important links for New Hampshire adjusters. Once logged in, you will be able to add courses from the catalog to your shopping cart and proceed with online checkout and enrollment.

Watch the video above for a brief demonstration.

Our CE courses are priced at a low per-hour rate of $5.50 per credit hour, allowing you to order as few or as many courses as you need at our lowest possible price. New Hampshire charges a roster reporting fee of $1 per credit hour.

Therefore, course pricing is as follows:

  • 1 hour: $6.50
  • 2 hours: $13.00
  • 3 hours: $19.50
  • ...and so on.
All CE courses come with an access period of one year.

Our extension policy for CE courses is as follows:

  • A complimentary one-time 60-day extension will be provided for expired CE courses if the extension is requested within 60 days of the course expiration (8 months after initial enrollment)
  • If the first extension request is not made within 60 days following the course expiration, a fee equal to 25% of the total original cost of all expired CE courses requiring extension will be charged per 30 days.
  • Absolutely no extensions will be granted beyond 18 months following the original enrollment date.
Pursuant to state rules, all online CE courses do contain a final exam. But don't worry! Our "reinforced learning" format will ensure that you are completely prepared and you will have unlimited attempts to achieve a passing score.
This is one of the great things about taking your CE online! You do NOT have to take your course all in one sitting. You can do a little here and a little there... the system will remember where you left off. The courses are also self-paced and are not timed.
We will take care of all reporting for you. CE credits are reported within 1-3 business days following the completion of a course and submission of your monitor affidavit.

Make sure that the adjuster license number listed in your eLearning system profile are correct and that the name on your profile reflects your name as stated on your adjuster's license.

The state gives CE providers 30 days following the completion of a course to submit the credits, regardless of the date that a licensee's compliance period ends. However, our policy is to have credits reported in 1-3 business days following the completion date. As long as you complete your courses by 11:59pm on the last day of your compliance period, you will remain in good standing. Be sure that the timezone reflected in your eLearning profile is correct for accurate time reporting (the system is set to Eastern time by default).
Resident Multi-Line Adjusters and Worker's Compensation Adjusters and Non-resident Adjusters declaring NH their Designated Home State must meet the requirement of 20 credit hours. Those with Worker's compensation authority have a minimum of 10 worker's comp credit requirement.

All resident licensees who have passed the appropriate NH exam to become licensed and who are renewing a license for the first time are exempt from CE.

Nonresident adjusters are exempt from NH CE requirements if in compliance with their home state’s CE requirement.
Excess hours cannot be carried over to the next reporting period.
You may not receive credit for duplicates of the same course in one renewal period.
Your CE status and transcript can be accessed HERE.
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Concord, NH 03301

603-271-2261, 603-271-0203 (Licensing)