Watch a Podcast, Receive Insurance Continuing Education Credit!

We have an exciting announcement here at LyteSpeed Learning. We have released the very first episode of our new insurance podcast, Up 2 Speed, where we talk about what is new and exciting in the insurance industry!

We’d love for you to listen, learn more about the current insurance space, and hear from some of our expert guests about the state of the industry.


We had to write that in all caps because we are THRILLED to announce that, if you buy the video version of the podcast, you can receive 1 Hour of Continuing Education credit for P&C or Personal Lines, valid in the state of California!

That means you can enjoy the podcast AND get credit towards your CE!

PLEASE NOTE:  While the audio podcast is free for everyone, you will need to purchase the CE credit from LyteSpeed Learning, watch the podcast in video format, and answer three questions, to receive 1 credit hour for P&C or Personal Lines CE. Listening to the podcast audio without a purchase will not provide CE credit, but is still worth your time!

Our first episode is now live! Take a look at this teaser, featuring Jon Uyeyama of Novatae Risk Group:

We talk about the Admitted vs Non-Admitted Market. We talk about the current state of the insurance market and how we got here. We talk about a variety of topics that all relate to your industry: the insurance industry.

At LyteSpeed Learning, we are modernizing the world of insurance licensing and pre-licensing in California and beyond.  

We hope our podcast can help you grow in the industry and learn more about what it takes to be a successful, informed insurance agent.

You can listen to the podcast for free (no CE credit), here: Spotify Link.

You can also order the CE credit and watch the podcast, here: Course # 390103 (1 CE Credit)

If you’d like to learn more about Novatae Risk Group, you can visit their website here or contact Jon directly at

We have more podcasts in the pipeline, including more that are approved for CE credits, so make sure you follow along for more information! Follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn to get more information about our podcasts, CE credits, and more!

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