Keeping your employees up to date on the changing regulations in the insurance world can be challenging. Each employee will have a different certificate level and will need specialized continuing education to ensure that they can provide the best service and do the best job for your company. But how do you go about choosing a provider? Are there really differences between corporate providers?The answer to that second question is yes, definitely. Some of the differences may be obvious, as some insurance CE corporate programs provide online training while others have classroom style options. The choice between an online program and an in-person program is a big one, and you may need to make the decision based on what is best for your employees. Some people can learn well with online training courses, others need a teacher or someone who can answer questions, as well as hands on examples that can be discussed.The more subtle differences, such as whether an online course offers interactive time similar to a classroom, may also play an important role in your decision. Carefully research the features of any online insurance CE corporate program. They may all claim to be thorough and comprehensive, but some programs are designed to be cheap and the result is usually diminished services. Exposing yourself to employees who have not been sufficiently trained is a serious concern in the insurance industry.Insurance CE corporate programs can include certain perks that may prove to be invaluable. For example, some programs will provide tracking for which certifications each employee has completed and will alert you when an employee is due for a continuing education course. You may pay a little extra for a program that includes this type of service, but it may be well worth it for your company. The time it takes to keep certifications organized may not feel like much, but the relief of that responsibility can mean more energy and attention for the work you need to do every day to ensure your business is running at its best.While there are many details you should consider when choosing a program, remember that you are in the position of power. If a program seems almost perfect, but you have some concerns, talk to someone who works for the provider about addressing your concerns. Consider researching a little online to see if other businesses have had good or bad experiences with providers you are considering. Ask employees if they have ever done continuing education with the providers you are considering, or if they know of a corporate provider that has a good reputation. First hand experience is one of the best ways to make a choice.Lastly, make sure that your employees know they can talk to you about how the courses are going. If your employees are having a good experience, and know they have some say in who you use, they will make the most of the training. They may even provide you with feedback that will help you choose a provider in the future.