OK | The Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID), led by Commissioner Glen Mulready, continues to find new ways to address disruptions caused by COVID-19 related closures. The OID Licensing Division offered Temporary Producer and Apprentice Adjuster licenses for a limited time, while Prometric testing centers experienced closures nationwide. On September 1, 2020, all Temporary Producer and Apprentice Adjuster licenses will expire.
In preparation, the Oklahoma Insurance Department and Prometric are pleased to announce the availability of the Oklahoma insurance exams via remotely proctored testing using Prometric’s ProProctor™ application. ProProctor™ provides another test option for candidates that prefer to take the exam in a private setting instead of traveling to a test center. The exam will be proctored by a Prometric proctor. The ProProctor ™application will begin scheduling appointments as of August 10, 2020.
The ProProctor™ platform is a proprietary remote testing system that uses advanced AI technologies and experienced 100% live proctoring staff to offer reliable monitoring and security risk mitigation throughout the examination process. The ProProctor™ solution is available day or night, from any location with standard internet access. It uses the same test delivery software available in the Prometric global test center locations—ensuring a consistent experience across testing modalities. The application was designed with the user experience in mind, providing easy-to-use tools to confirm computer readiness and deliver the examination.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we all work together to minimize delays and hardships to our licensees and the industry while still providing the protection needed to Oklahoma Consumers.