Set yourself apart and ensure a positive and prosperous outlook for you and your company by attaining a LTAC Career Track Designation (C.T.I.S. or C.E.S.S).  LTAC courses are taught by instructors who are leaders in the Colorado title industry.  We provide a comprehensive platform to demonstrate your knowledge by completing classes, exams and other requirements that display your understanding of either title insurance or the closing process. 

Career Track Designation Program Benefits

  • Acquire a broader understanding and knowledge base so that you can take advantage of advancement opportunities within the industry
  • Boost your skills and abilities to help you achieve excellence in your job
  • Be set apart from your peers through knowledge and expertise
  • Understand and maintain higher standards in the title insurance and settlement services profession in Colorado
  • Achieve your designation and gain access to the designation logos which can be used in business publications and correspondence; business cards, email signature, letter signature, and on your company’s website, brochures, and other marketing materials

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How Do I Obtain a Designation? 

The industry designation is awarded by the Land Title Association of Colorado (LTAC) to  professionals who have completed classes, exams, and other requirements and display a thorough understanding of title insurance and closing processes.  An applicant must be employed by a member in good standing with LTAC and have a valid Colorado Producer’s license.  There are two programs available.  The Certified Title Insurance Specialist (C.T.I.S.)  and the Certified Escrow  Settlement Specialist  (C.E.S.S.) Students must pass exams with at least a 75% score in each of the classes listed for each designation. 

Continuing Your Education 

Once a candidate has received their Designation, they must have 8 hours of continuing education every 2 years.  CE credit can be earned by taking LTAC classes, being on the LTAC  education committee, teaching our classes, attending education sessions at convention or being on the LTAC Board of Directors.  Candidates must maintain their Colorado Producer’s license and be employed by a member in good standing in order to maintain the designation.