Licensing


The PIA of Hawaii is pleased to offer study classes for persons wishing to become licensed for Property/Casualty or Life/Accident & Health Insurance.

The PIA puts together a complete schedule of classes during the year. You may study on your own by ordering a study book or join a class conducted by one of our professionally trained instructors. All study materials are professionally prepared for Hawaii and ASI-test compatible.

Exams for licensing are conducted by the Promissor Processing Center, (800) 274-2608 – call them and let them know when you would like to take your exam and they will give you their schedule.

For further information regarding Licensing please contact our office at 261-9460.

Continuing Education

The Professional Insurance Agents of Hawaii is approved by the Hawaii Insurance Division to provide continuing education courses for insurance licensees. Our provider number is 118390. All courses provided by the PIA are approved for continuing education credit.

What are the requirements for continuing education?

  • Pursuant to the Hawaii Revised Statutes 431:9A-124: “A Licensee shall during the twenty-four months preceding a license renewal, complete the required number of credit hours…in approved continuing education courses.”
  • For a licensee authorized to sell lines of insurance in only life/accident and health or sickness or only in property/casualty; twenty hours relating to the class of insurance for which the license is held, including three credit hours relating to the Hawaii insurance laws and rules.
  • For a licensee authorized to sell lines of insurance in both life/accident and health or sickness and property/casualty; the total requisite number of credit hours are thirty hours of which:
  • Twelve credit hours relating to the life/accident and health class of insurance of which two credit hours shall relate to the insurance laws and rules.
  • Eighteen credit hours relating to the property/casualty class of insurance, of which two credit hours shall relate to the insurance laws and rules.
  • Credits will be valid for two years from the date the course is completed.
  • The PIA offers in each quarter Continuing Education schedule a full schedule that allows for licensees to fulfill these requirements. We work hard to make sure the classes are available throughout the entire year.
  • For further information regarding continuing education please contact our office at 261-9460.