WELCOME TO THE Indiana Land Title Association ONLINE HOMEPAGE
The Indiana Land Title Association (ILTA) is the premier pre-licensing and continuing education provider for Indiana title insurance professionals. ILTA is a non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the professional education needs of title insurance agents and attorneys in Indiana.
ILTA is a certified provider of pre-licensing and continuing education (CE) through the Indiana Department of Insurance. ILTA is governed by a Board of Governors who diligently pursues the mission of providing top-quality continuing education to land title professionals. ILTA educates over 2000 title professionals each year and offers 15 plus programs annually.
Designed by Indiana title professionals with the specific needs of title industry personnel as their priority, there is sure to be a program or resource that will help you maximize your professional expertise as well as develop new skills to add to your toolbox.
Make your seminar dollars count! Attending ILTA seminars directly aids the title industry. By financially supporting ILTA, you are supporting your livelihood. ILTA consistently and effectively advocates for the interests of title insurance professionals by supporting, introducing and opposing legislation. ILTA also delivers important, timely and relevant information about the industry to its members and helps members connect and network with their peers. If you aren’t already an ILTA member, join today!
This welcome page will provide:
- General information on how to receive CE credits for courses
- Review of course offerings
- Register for courses
If you have not taken an ILTA online course on this site before, you will first need to Register. Click on the blue 'Register' on the blue bar above and complete the registration form. Then, return to the home page and click on the blue 'View Courses' tab on the blue bar at the top of the home page to choose and register for the courses that you wish to take.
If you have taken an ILTA course on this site before, you need to sign in at the 'Member Login' box to the right of the home page screen. Then, you can click on the blue 'View Courses' tab on the blue bar at the top of the home page to choose and register for the courses that you wish to take.
TO RECEIVE CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS AS A LICENSED INDIANA TITLE AGENT
If you wish to receive CE credits, be sure to complete the state license information when you register. If this information is not provided, you will not receive the credits!
You must listen to each segment in its entirety before you can advance to the next section. However, once you have viewed a complete section, you may go back through the completed section(s). You must complete all the segments before you can take the quiz.
In order to receive Indiana CE credit for an online course, the Ind. Department of Insurance requires you to take a quiz. Don’t be afraid of this quiz. If you have listened to the information, you should easily pass!
Your complete quiz will be instantly graded online, providing immediate feedback.
If you have any questions about ILTA’s on-line courses, please call (317) 842-6266. For technical support, please call 855-906-5678.
CLE credit for attorneys is not yet available on ILTAOnline. The accreditation process is progressing.
All course content is protected by copyright laws and may not be reproduced without written permission of ILTA. The license to participate in any online course and view the associated written material extends only to the person who pays the registration fee. The ILTA does not render any legal, real estate, accounting or other professional services. The Institute’s programs and publications are designed solely to help title insurance professionals maintain their professional competence. In dealing with specific matters pertaining to title insurance or real estate, the persons using ILTA-conveyed information should also research original sources of information and authority. In no event will ILTA, its speakers, authors or the publisher be held liable for any direct, indirect or consequential damages arising from the use of this material.