Virginia Pre-Licensing Course
REQUIRED to Sit for the Exam
The 16-Hour Course will be delivered over a two-day period. For course monitoring purposes, there will be a minimum of four sign-in periods as shown on the following schedule. Photo ID will be required at each morning sign-in. There will be one 20 minute break each morning and afternoon. Lunch is on-your-own each day.
For more information onVLTA's Title Insurance Pre-licensing Course and to REGISTER , click here.
About the Instructor
Ms. Koogler is President/CEO of The Koogler Group, LLC, an educational design firm, founded in 1986, specializing in pre-licensing, regulatory compliance, and CE/CLE courses for title insurance professionals. With more than 30 years title insurance experience, Ms. Koogler has authored many text books - including the Virginia Study Manual for Title Insurance, the official pre-licensing text book of the Virginia Land Title Association.
Study Materials Available
- Virginia Licensing Source Book (Property and Casualty)
Chapters 1, 2, 3, and 18 may be obtained from Merritt Professional Publishing at 800.638.7597.
- Land Title Institute, Courses 1 & 2
May be obtained from the Land Title Institute.
- Virginia Land Title Association
Industry related courses (no credit). Click here to learn more!
- The Virginia Study Manual for Title Insurance
Can be purchased from The Koogler Group.
Virginia Licensing Information - Online Services Available in Virginia
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Examination and Registry
The Candidate Handbook is the most comprehensive resource for prospective licensees. Access Licensing Information, What to Bring to an Exam, Exam Scheduling, Exam Fees, Content Outlines, Testing Center Rules and more.
Obtaining Credit For Published Courses
Self-study examinations must be proctored in a manner approved by Pearson VUE. The proctoring process must ensure the examination will be completed by the student on a closed book basis and without assistance.
The proctor must be over the age of 18 years and unrelated to the student; for a complete list of acceptable proctors, please refer to the Continuing Education FAQs link on this page.