MN Insurance School
Turning People Into Professionals


We are here So You Can Start Your Career.

Areas of Licensing

Property and casualty


Are you looking to sell property insurance? Want to sell casualty insurance? Maybe you want to be licensed to sell both? This is the place to start.

life and health


Are you looking to sell life insurance? Want to sell health insurance? Maybe you want to be licensed to sell both? This is the place to start.

Class Requirements

Minnesota insurance license requirements: Each license course runs for five (5) days (Monday to Friday) from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM with a one-hour lunch. We provide a lunchroom with refrigerator and microwave. Weekend courses are two weekends long.

To fulfill the required pre-licensing education requirements, the state of Minnesota requires that applicants attend all sessions of the live.  All pre-licensing education requirements must be met to receive a certificate of completion.

Pre-licensing Education Hour Requirements:

  • Life - 20 Hours

  • Accident & Health - 20 Hours

  • Property - 20 Hours

  • Casualty - 20 Hours

  • Personal Lines - 20 Hours

All courses include 10 hours of Pre-license Insurance Basics.

Step 1: Complete the Required Prelicensing Education

To earn a Minnesota insurance license, regardless of license type, you are required to complete a certain number of hours of education for the type of insurance you will be selling.

At the end of the course, you will receive a school certificate. Your certificate is required to be presented to take the state exam.   

Step 2: Schedule and Pass the Required Minnesota Insurance Licensing Exam

Once your required education is complete, you are approved to sit for your state exam. Minnesota’s exam provider is Pearson Vue. You need to contact Pearson Vue directly to schedule your exam. They can be reached at

Step 3: Fingerprints and Background Check

Fingerprinting is required as part of your criminal background check. It is part of the exam process, and the service is provided at the testing center. You pay a required fee, and your prints are sent to the state for approval, which could take up to four weeks.

Step 4: Apply for a Minnesota Insurance License

You can submit your producer license application online at Sircon. Our instructors will guide through the process to make your process run smoothly.



Check-in begins 30 minutes before class. Our class opener will help with your registration and give you your workbook. We provide complimentary coffee, tea, hot chocolate and chilled water.


Cell phones and computers. We ask that as a courtesy to others, please do not use your computer or cell phone during class. There will be adequate breaks to allow time to return emails and calls. Wi-Fi is provided for use.


Recording is prohibited. 



Dress in comfortable, casual clothing. We also recommend dressing in layers so that you can maintain your personal comfort.


Refund Policy

Cancellation and refund policy. If you cannot attend a class and have paid, we'll gladly arrange to reschedule your class, credit your payment towards a different course or refund your tuition.


Courses must be attended in their entirety. You must arrive on time and attend the entire class to get your course completion certificate. Minnesota rules require that we monitor attendance.


Classes are never canceled.  If you cannot attend a class (or portion), you must make up the missing piece



We have ample free parking. Our parking lot is all around the building of our school. Follow the signs for the Insurance School

money-back guarantee

Money-back guarantee. If you are not satisfied with your experience, simply proceed to our front desk representative for a no-questions-asked refund before the class concludes.

pass promise

Students can return to the Insurance School and attend previously completed courses for review up to one (1) year from initial attendance AT NO CHARGE!