Certified in Long-Term Care (CLTC)
The CLTC Board of Standards, Inc. grants the Certified Long-Term Care (CLTC) designation.
Applicants must complete a two-day class on long-term care with a curriculum including understanding the impact of long-term care on the insured’s family and their retirement portfolio, extended care services and facilities currently available to older Americans, financial sources that pay for long-term care, tax advantages of tax-qualified policies, and the ethical promotion of long-term care insurance. Applicants must pass a final course examination to acquire the CLTC designation.
CLTC designees must complete a continuing education course on ethics every two years.
The CLTC designation has been recognized and supported by The American College, NAIFA and major insurance carriers.
For more information please visit www.ltc-cltc.com