Ins. Code Section 4001.160
Training of Applicant for Temporary License
(a)An agent, insurer, or health maintenance organization that is considering appointment of a temporary license applicant as its agent shall provide at least 40 hours of training to the applicant not later than the 30th day after the date the application, nonrefundable fee, and certificate are delivered or mailed to the department.
(b)At least 10 hours of the training must be taught in a classroom setting, including:
(1)an accredited college, university, junior college, or community college;
(2)a business school; or
(3)a private institute or classes sponsored by the agent, insurer, or health maintenance organization and specifically established for that purpose.
(c)The training program must be designed to provide an applicant with basic knowledge of:
(1)the broad principles of insurance, including the licensing and regulatory laws of this state;
(2)the broad principles of health maintenance organizations, including membership requirements and related licensing and regulatory laws of this state; and
(3)the ethical obligations and duties of an agent.
(d)If the department determines under Section 4001.159 (Suspension or Revocation of Temporary Appointment Powers of Agent, Insurer, or Health Maintenance Organization) that an abuse of temporary appointment powers has occurred, the department may require the affected agent, insurer, or health maintenance organization to:
(1)file with the department a description of the agent’s, insurer’s, or health maintenance organization’s training program; and
(2)obtain the approval of the department before continuing to use the training program.
Section 4001.160 — Training of Applicant for Temporary License,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/IN/htm/IN.4001.htm#4001.160 (accessed Dec. 2, 2023).