Press Release 1998-02 Open Meeting About Insurance License Testing

Greg Harris, Executive Assistant Director, 602-912-8456



The Arizona Department of Insurance will hold a public meeting Thursday, May 7, 1998. Representatives from the Department, Insurance Testing Corporation (ITC), and the Kelley Insurance Center, Drake University, will provide trainers, managers and publishers with information concerning the testing program and candidate performance, as well as collect comments and answer questions from those attending.

The meeting is scheduled for:

  • DATE: May 7, 1998

  • TIME: 10 a.m. to Noon

  • PLACE: 
    Sheraton Crescent Hotel at Koll Center 2620 West Dunlap Avenue
    Phoenix, AZ 85021

Questions regarding this meeting should be directed to Maureen Catalioto, Licensing Supervisor, Arizona Department of Insurance, at 1-602-812-8470, or Ted Masumoto, Senior Program Manager, ITC, at 1-800-406-6402.

A new Licensing Information Bulletin reflecting any changes for Arizona candidates will be available in early August for exams on or after October 1, 1998. Any license candidate planning to take a test October 1, 1998 or later should have a copy of the new Bulletin. It contains test content outlines, forms and information on how to register and schedule tests directly with ITC. Customized outlines and sections of the Bulletin are also available through ITC’s web site at

When ordering Bulletins, please specify whether you want the current October 1997 edition or the new edition planned for October 1998. Requests should include the complete street address for shipping purposes, as well as the number of Bulletins required for an initial three-month supply. Telephone requests may be made by calling ITC at 1-800-853-5448 or mail your requests to:

Insurance Testing Corporation ATTN: Bulletin Distribution 1360 Energy Park Drive
St. Paul, MN 55108-5252 




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