Continuing Education - 2020 - Forfeitures, Set Asides, & Remissions
This state approved 3 hour class will provide you with the continuing education requirement to maintain your bailbonding license. Under the authority of the N.C. Department of Insurance, all bail agents are required to complete 3 hours of mandatory continuing education class each year prior to June 30th. If you have questions or need guidance, ; we are always available as a resource to you. Ways to register for a CE Class:
If you have multiple agents to register, feel free to register them all at once by calling NCBAA.
Do you have 5 more or more agents that need to complete CE? Contact NCBAA to schedule a CE class in your office.
CE Class Schedule
DOI has extended the deadline for CE and renewal to September 30th. NCBAA is working to schedule CE Classes for September. If you need a CE Class, email NCBAA and we will try to set one up in your area. Below are the upcoming classes:
No more classes for 2019/2020.
2020/2021 classes will be listed here once scheduled.
Do you have a number of agents in your office that would like to take CE?? If so, contact the Association Office at 919-832-0867 !! We can come to you!! Eliminate the extra expense of traveling to another town or shutting down your office for a day! We are happy to work with you and accommodate your needs. A minimum of five (5) students that are pre-registered is required to do any in-office CE class. In-office classes cannot be guaranteed in the month of June.
NCBAA makes it easy. We accept Visa, Master Card, Discover and American Express as well as cash, checks and money orders for class tuition. Need to break up the tuition cost? Call the office at 919-832-0867 to register for your CE Class Credits or make payment arrangements. Class times vary so please call the office if you do not receive a confirmation email by 4:00 pm the day prior to the class.
You may move from the class you have registered for to any other class at no additional cost. The refund policy only applies to those not wishing to take any class. To receive a refund you must notify NCBAA by mailing or faxing a signed refund request . Any refund will be based on the date we receive your request.
30 days prior to class date: 100% refund
15-29 days prior to class date: 75% refund
10-14 days prior to class date: 50% refund
Less than 10 days prior to class date: No refund
There will be a $25 return check fee per check for any returned check per (NCGS 6-21-3)
The North Carolina Bail Agents Association conducts activities and procedures without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.
Why Should You Take CE With NCBAA??
NCBAA is a non-profit state-wide organization run by bondsmen for bondsmen. By taking your CE with NCBAA, your tuition will continue to work for you long after the class is over. The fees collected by NCBAA are used to fight the anti-cash bail movement and to support better bail bonding laws to help you make/save more money.
NCBAA funds lobbyist & staff to ensure all bondsmen have a voice when laws and regulations are being crafted and passed. Support your job and industry by using NCBAA for your CE needs.
So, when you are deciding who to take your Continuing Education through, think about your future and think about where you would like your investment to go?
By using NCBAA, your CE tuition will continue to work for you long after the class is over. NCBAA uses those fees to fight the anti-cash bail movement and to support better bail bonding laws to help you make/save more money
CCH Class for CE
NCBAA Conceal Carry Handgun CE class is for the CCH Certification but you will also receive CE credits for taking this 8 hour course. If you already hold a CCH permit, you should take a different CE class with us. You must be pre-registered and prepaid for any CCH class to reserve your spot on the shooting range.
Class dates are coming soon.
Forfeitures, Set Asides, Remissions
NEW CE Class
NCBAA lauches a NEW 3 hour CE class for 2020. The course titled, Forfeiture, Set Asides, & Remissions, was designed by Phillip Bradshaw, an approved CE instructor who has over twenty years in the bail bonding industry and ten years in the private investigations industry. Prior to being a bail bondsmen and private investigator, Phil served as a police officer with the East Spencer Police Department.
The Forfeitures, Set Asides, and Remissions Course is designed to provide educational tools and assistance to bail agents regarding the forfeiture process, motions, remissions, and law updates. The course will help educate bail agents on the proper procedures for filing motions and remissions to the courts.
Continuing Education Exemption
- 65 years or older and
- Have had a bonding licenses for 15 or more years.