Long-Term Care Professional (LTCP) Designation

Course Overview

Six out of ten seniors say they’re worried about how health care costs could undermine their retirement goals. Yet while many many think they already have long-term care (LTC) coverage, most do not, making them vulnerable to sudden changes that may require extended care. To help you have better conversations with your members, clients, and colleagues about planning for one’s extended health care needs, start by earning your Long-Term Care Professional (LTCP) designation. This career-driving credential arms you with the information you need to grow your organization’s LTC leadership. To earn your LTCP, complete the four courses described below, or take a single combined course covering the same information.

Choose one of two paths toward this career-driving credential.

Earn your LTCP in just one course:

  • Long-Term Care Professional (LTCP) – Combined Course

Or in four courses:

  • Long-Term Care, Part I (Needs and Options)
  • Long-Term Care, Part II (Financing)
  • Long-Term Care, Part III (The Product)
  • Long-Term Care, Part IV (Insurance,Administration, and Claims)
What You’ll Learn
  • Understand what LTC is, when it is needed, and what it costs
  • Delve into how LTC insurance works, including policy provisions, premiums, taxation, and employer-sponsored coverage
  • Explore how LTC can and cannot be financed, including government programs, home equity, financial vehicles, and LTC insurance
  • Review insurer operations, including sales, underwriting, claims, and administration
  • Analyze the latest developments in the LTC field, including new life and annuity hybrid products
  • Review relevant terms, including issues, care scenarios, and concepts
Who Should Take This Course
  • Agents and brokers
  • Case managers
  • Claims analysts
  • Corporate trainers
  • Financial planners
  • Health insurance provider staff
  • Health underwriters
  • Medical directors

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