Continuing Education


Virginia Land Title Institute

Through the Virginia Land Title Institute (VLTI) VLTA has the opportunity to offer quality education from the convenience of a laptop, phone, or tablet for you to obtain the required continuing education hours needed, and to advance your professional development with VLTA Credential Designations such as Virginia Certified Title Examiner and Virginia Certified Title Settlement Agent as well as the Title Insurance Pre-Licensing course. 

The Virginia Land Title Institute offers dozens of hours of CE/CLE/CCE credits online for title insurance agents, attorneys, settlement agents, and title examiners. Click on the links below to learn more about your CE/CLE requirements. Login to the VLTI with your standard VLTA credentials and the system will automatically recognize your membership status.  As an added bonus, VLTA all-inclusive members have access to our full library of approved CE/CLE courses for free. 

 

Continuing Education Resources

 Agent/Underwriter/Producer CE  CLE Requirements
*The below links are important files to view from the Virginia Continuting Education Board website
As required by the Virginia Supreme Court, each active member of the Virginia State Bar must complete a minimum of twelve (12) hours of approved continuing legal education courses, of which at least two (2) hours shall be in the area of legal ethics or professionalism on an annual basis, unless expressly exempted from such requirement.
 
*A reminder for all Attorneys: If you have purchased an online class to obtain CLE credit for this compliance period, make sure to complete the class by midnight on October 31, 2019 to receive credit as this is the end of the VSB course approval calendar year.


Virginia Land Title Association (VLTA) maintains VLTI in a commercially reasonable manner and transmits records of successfully completed courses to Pearson VUE, Virginia. Credits will be reported within ten (10) business days upon notice of completion. However, computer and/or data system errors or failures may occur. VLTA assumes no liability for these errors or failures and does not guarantee the successful transmission of your course credits to the Pearson VUE, Virginia. Students are encouraged to check with Pearson VUE to ensure that their credits were properly reported. If a student discovers a course has not been credited, they should contact VLTA Program Manager, Suzanne Campbell immediately at 800-564-8582 ext 21 or Suzanne.Campbell@vlta.org. While VLTA cannot guarantee the lost information can be retrieved, it will permit the student to re-take the course at no fee.