Here’s more information about our pre-licensing courses and exams so you know exactly what you are signing up for with our courses. 2021 Training is here to set you up for success.
100% Online Means Full Flexibility
Our courses are 100% online. This means you can take our courses at any time of day or night. We give you the full flexibility you need to accomplish your career goals at your own pace. If you are working a day job while taking this course, the classes won’t interfere with your regular schedule. It is self-paced, too. You can crush the course in as little as a week, or you can take your time over a couple of months.
We are in the business of helping people, so making sure that you have ample time and resources is one of our goals. When you purchase a class pack you are gaining instant online access to the course material and the ability to go through the pre-licensing courses at whatever pace works best for you. This means you can pause or rewind as much as you need to.
Good, Better, And Best Packages-Which Is Right For You?
There are three main course options available for unlicensed beginners. There’s a “good”, “better”, and “best” package. The “good” package is a standard P&C pre-licensing course. Our favorite to recommend to beginners is the “better” package, which covers All-Lines pre-licensing materials.
Our “best” package is what we call a smart start package. It is the best value we offer, you will get the most information and it will set you up for success in your new career. It will also teach you how to use Xactimate, which is a key piece of technology in the insurance career field.
Our classes may be online, but they bring the feel of a personal education experience. Not only is it a personal feel, but you can also play the videos from anywhere and from any device as long as you have internet access. Our “better” package, the All-Lines course, takes about 40 hours to complete. This 40-hour time frame is in compliance with the Texas state guidelines. It is broken into sections of about 32 hours of class time and 8 of studying and homework time.
After this initial course, you can decide what you want to do. You can apply for your license straight away or you can take a few of our other classes before diving into the real professional world of insurance adjusting.
You can be fully prepared to be a new Texas adjuster with the “good” package, which is the P&C pre-licensing course, however, we recommend the “better” package for the fact that it is All-Lines. Basically, this means you will be eligible to get your license in other states that have reciprocity with Texas. Over 30 states have reciprocity agreements with texas, so the “better” package really is worth your study time and investment.
We Set You Up For Success
Our courses are designed to prepare you for the licensing process. After taking one of our primary courses, like the All-Lines course, you can apply for your license. This class gives you all of the information needed to get started.
Call us at (972) 767-7699 for more information, or you can sign up for one of our primary courses immediately. We have a Smart Start Package that includes the All-Lines pre-licensing course, a study guide, the exam, and Xactimate training. Xactimate is a program for writing claims, so as a new insurance claims adjuster, this is a very helpful tool for getting started.