TDCI Announces 3 New Insurance Producer License Testing Locations Open In Rural Tennessee Communities

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

In an effort to better serve rural Tennessee insurance agents and their customers, the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance announces the opening of three new third-party testing centers where individuals may take their insurance producer exams.  
 
“The opening of these new insurance locations gives prospective insurance agents more choices and demonstrates, again, how we are fulfilling Governor Lee’s first executive order to help provide more opportunities in Tennessee’s rural counties,” said TDCI Commissioner Hodgen Mainda.  “I commend our Insurance Division for collaborating with our testing partners at Pearson VUE to offer these additional testing centers thereby reducing costs and commute time for rural residents.” 
 
The three new testing locations are: 

•  University of Tennessee at Martin. 211 Clement, Martin, Tn. 38238;
•  Tennessee Technology Center at Hartsville. 716 McMurry Blvd. East, Hartsville, Tn. 37074; and
•  Tennessee College of Applied Technology. Livingston 740, High Tech Dr., Livingston, Tn. 38570.

These testing centers join the eight longtime testing locations located across Tennessee.
 
To schedule an examination, applicants must schedule an appointment with Pearson Vue.  Appointments can be secured online here. Testing days and times will vary and are subject to available hours and seating availability.


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