Illinois Life and Health Pre-Licensing
Earn Your Illinois Life and Health License!
AB Training Center offers Illinois Insurance Pre-Licensing Training Classes for individuals who wish to earn an Illinois Life and Health License.
Illinois Life and Health Insurance Exam Training
We offer IL Life & Health, Life Only, and Health Only Insurance Exam Prep in a live classroom pre-licensing training format. Click the applicable link(s) below for details:
Education Requirements For an IL Life and Health License
In the state of Illinois, you must complete 40 hours of pre-licensing education prior to sitting for the state exam to earn a Life and Health license. 15 of those 40 hours must be taken in a classroom format.
For Life Only or Health Only, there is a 20 hour requirement. 7.5 hours must be in a classroom setting.
To earn the license, you simply need to choose your preferred pre-licensing course from the list above. Pre-Class study must be completed before attending the live classroom portion of the course. For a Life & Health license, the pre-study requirement is 25 hours. For Life Only/Health Only, the requirement is 12.5 hours.
An In-class exam will be given during the classroom portion of the course. You must pass this exam with 70% or better. Once you have successfully completed the course and exam, you will receive a certificate of completion. That certificate is what you need to be able to schedule and sit for your state exam. To schedule your state exam, you will contact Pearson Vue testing centers (1-800-274-0402) to find a location near you.
Please note: it is suggested that you register at least 4-5 business days in advance.
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