Colorado insurance licensing exams are now offered online.
The Colorado Division of Insurance has worked with its testing vendor, Pearson Vue, to offer online testing through the platform OnVUE.
“In this day and age, it’s vital to make everything we do as safe as possible for Coloradans,” said Michael Conway, insurance commissioner. “Offering our licensing exams online makes sense for a number of reasons. But with COVID-19 still very much a concern, safety is at the top of that list.”
All insurance licensing exams offered at test centers will be available online, including those for accident and health, casualty, credit, crop hail adjuster, life, personal lines, property, public insurance adjuster, surplus lines and title.
Online exam proctoring allows certification testing to be completed remotely. Candidates need their own computer with a webcam, a reliable internet connection and quiet room. They are monitored by a proctor through the webcam and microphone to guard the integrity of the exam.
Candidates wishing to access the online insurance exams will use Pearson Vue’s Colorado insurance testing website and when registering for an exam choose at home or office when selecting an exam delivery option. Candidates will be required to download the OnVUE application, which will prompt them to provide photos of the following: headshot, government-issued identification and the room where the exam will be taken.
Call Pearson VUE at (800) 274-2616 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
Exams are still available at testing sites. To maintain social distancing, these sites operate at 50 percent capacity.