Continuing Education for Title Insurance Producers

Title Insurance Producers must complete 16 credit hours of continuing education.  At least 3 hours of continuing education must be in the category of Ethics.  A non-resident producer from a non-reciprocal state must comply with Maryland’s continuing education requirements.  You should complete your continuing education process before the expiration of your renewal application.  Maryland Title Insurance Producers who are Maryland Attorneys admitted to practice law in the State of Maryland are exempt from the title continuing education requirement. All Continuing education courses require the successful completion of a course exam before your completion can be report to the Maryland Insurance Administration.  Each course exam consists of 25 questions.  The passing score is 70%.


$36

Ethical Issues in Title Insurance

Course #10874

3 CE Credits


What exactly makes a decision ethical?  The problem with ethcis is that what may seem morally right (or ethical) to one person may seem appalling to another.  This course will not provide an easy way to solve every ethical decision you will ever have to make.  It will, however, help you define your ethical framework to make solving ethical dilemmas easier as a title insurance producer.  We will also look at tools you can use when faced with an ethical decision.  And, we will look at techniques you can use so you don't get tuck in an ethical quandry.  Completion of this course requires that you pass the course exam (25 questions) with a score of 70%.   

$36

Mortgage Fraud: 
Identifying Bad Behavior
Course #108730
3 CE Credits


Mortgage Fraud cost lenders and consumers billions of dollars every year. What exactly is mortgage fraud? This course will help you understand the types of mortgage and help you address mortgage fraud when it arises. We will also look at tools you can use when you detect mortgage fraud. Best of all, we will look at real life cases so that you can practice making decisions in a safe environment.   Completion of this course requires that you pass the course exam (25 questions) with a score of 70%.

$36

Cybercrime Awareness for

Title Insurance Professionals

Course #108774

3 CE Units


 The need for training of non-IT staff is critically important. This course will ensure that you will gain an appreciation for measures to protect against cyber criminals. Most importantly, it will help you recognize phishing attacks, and when a cyberattack has been successful, understand what steps to take to mitigate the effect. The importance of practicing safe social media behavior to prevent cyber criminals from mining sensitive personal and company data will also be discussed. In the capstone activity each participant will create a personal cybersecurity plan.   Completion of this course requires that you pass the course exam (25 questions) with a score of 70%.

$36

Understanding Fair Housing

Course #108802

3 CE Credits  


Federal and state fair housing laws protects people from discrimination when trying to rent an apartment, buy a house, obtain a mortgage, or purchase homeowner's insurance. Fair housing requirements apply to all housing providers: property managers, owners, landlords, real estate agents, banks, savings institutions, credit unions, insurance companies, mortgage lenders, and appraisers. We will cover:  

  • Federal and state housing discrimination laws and rules
  • Unlawful housing practices
  • Discriminatory practices in mortgage lending
  • And more

Completion of this course requires that you pass the course exam (25 questions) with a score of 70%.

$29

Defending Against

Title Escow Fraud

Course #108787

2 CE Credits


Title Escrow Fraud is one of the biggest threats in the title industry. Title Insurance Producers must be aware of this threat and of the resources available to fight fraud. Fraud and scams are widespread in today’s world, and the real estate industry in particular is hit hard. Real estate transactions are becoming an increasing target for fraud.  In this course you will learn how to recognize bad behavior and how defend against title escrow fraud.   Completion of this course requires that you pass the course exam (25 questions) with a score of 70%.

$24

Data Privacy Practices

Course #108797

1 CE Credit


A Data Privacy Plan is the best way an organization can document and enforce the privacy of personal information they hold. It puts in place procedures and guidance for how to properly handle data, respond to information requests, and deal with unexpected incidents or breaches. It contains information that applies to the day-to-day work of employees, as well as higher-level policies and guiding principles that apply to the company as a whole. The Data Privacy Plan is one of the best ways for an organization to become privacy compliant.    Completion of this course requires that you pass the course exam (25 questions) with a score of 70%.