The Long Term Care Partnership Program is a Federally-supported, state-operated initiative allowing individuals who purchase a qualified long term care insurance policy or coverage to protect a portion of their assets they would typically need to spend down prior to qualifying for Medicaid coverage.

In 2006, federal legislation expanded LTC Partnership programs beyond the four original states. The legislation also mandated that states require producers to demonstrate an understanding of LTC Insurance Partnership policies by completing both initial and ongoing training programs.

As a result, the NAIC developed producer training standards as a template, which many states are adopting without change. Other states are choosing to implement state-specific Partnership requirements.

As a service to you, we have compiled a listing of online training resources for you to use in completing any State required LTCI training. Please check out the links below for a listing of requirements and training programs.