Financial Advisor Designations

Designation: CLTC
Designation Full Title: Certified Long Term Care
Definition: To educate professionals in the fields of insurance, financial services, law and accounting about the severe consequences a need for care over an extended period of years would have, not on their client, but on the emotional, physical and financial wellbeing of those the client loves. The goal is to give these professionals the proper skill set to discuss those consequences, offer a plan to mitigate them, and when appropriate, recommend long-term care insurance as a funding source for that plan.

Issuing Organization: CLTC Board of Standards
Is the designation still offered: Currently offered & recognized by the issuing organization
Is the designation still supported: 
What are the prerequisites? None
What are the requirements to obtain the designation? 2 day class or online courses
What type of examination is required to complete the designation process? Final Course exam
Is there any ongoing continuing education or other requirements to maintain the designation? Ethics course every 2 years
Where can you check if someone has the designation and if it’s current? Yes,
Does the designation have a complaint process and if so, where can it be found? Yes,
Is there a published list of disciplined designees and if so, where can it be viewed? Yes,
Who is the accreditation through? None
Recommended for: Anyone
Code of Ethics or Ethics Course? Yes
Length of Time For Completion: Not found