Frequently Asked Questions About Insurance Adjusting Training

If you are considering taking one of our insurance adjusting training courses, you may have a lot of questions concerning the courses themselves and how to proceed to get your license. Our courses are loaded with a lot of information to help you get started in your new career. Whether this is your first career option or your 20th career option, we are happy you’re here. Here are a few of the most frequently asked questions about insurance adjusting training.

We can’t wait to help you get started with your career by giving you all the tools you need for success. If you have any questions that we haven’t provided you with the answers for here, you can give us a call at 972-767-7699, or just jump straight into our courses for an immersive training experience.

How Long Does It Take To Complete The Texas All-Lines Licensing Course?

Our Texas All-Lines course is a 40-hour course. 40 hours of training is a state requirement and our goal with our courses is to set the participants up for success, so we are sure to strictly follow state guidelines for you and our benefit.

The course is 40 hours in total, broken up into segments of content, self-guided studying, and homework. 32 of the 40 hours are dedicated to online training content. Our online training videos give you the feel of live online classroom instruction.

The remaining 8 hours of online training are self-guided studying and homework. Once you complete the 40 hours of online homework and coursework, you are ready to take the pre-licensing exam. The 40 hours of online training can be completed any time and at any rate, you deem best.

Do You Offer Continuing Education Courses?

We have many courses available for continuing education. In fact, Texas requires licensees to complete 24 hours of continuing education every two years to maintain their license. You can fulfill this requirement with one of our many CE courses. 

We offer many CE courses that will help you not only maintain your license but also continue your education for self-beneficial purposes. You can take these courses in no particular order, and you can pick and choose which ones you want to take. They range from topics like ethical principles and practical adjusting to Xactimate training. 

Anything you want to learn about, we have a course to educate you about it. Once you complete the extra courses, we can notify the state about your training so that you don’t have to worry about your license expiring. 

What States Have Reciprocity Agreements With Texas?

We recommend the Texas All-Lines license because it will open the doors for you to operate in over 30 states. This is all due to the reciprocity agreement Texas has with many surrounding states. With the All-Lines course, you can avoid taking other states’ exams and still operate in those states. 

Reciprocity between states is a valuable tool for any new adjuster to take advantage of. With more than 30 states working together, it expands your potential for a bigger and better business. Use this opportunity to grow your career with only a few courses.

2021 Training 

2021 Training has many courses available for your benefit. Get your insurance adjusters license through 2021 Training, you can contact us at any time. You can find everything you need to know about insurance adjusting training with 2021 Training, and our courses are designed to provide you with any resource you may need. Use this training course as an opportunity for a career change and to help people. 

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