Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Course

An adjuster with an “All Lines” license is qualified to handle claims in the following industries:

  • Residential (as in property is one that is primarily utilized as a home)
  • Commercial real estate (which is land utilized for commerce, including recreation- generally referring to public areas such as parks-, and worship buildings such as churches and similar buildings)
  • Automotive (includes motorbikes, cars, and other covered vehicles used for personal transportation)

To be a licensed All-Lines insurance adjuster in Texas means that you will be able to work with a wide variety of industries and properties. To equip you properly, 2021 Training provides professional training courses that are easily accessible and convenient. Not to mention, you’ll receive top-notch conditioning and skills.

Before sitting for the state licensing exam, applicants for insurance licenses in Texas must undergo prelicensing. The prelicensing process doesn’t have to be overwhelming or intimidating! You have the best chance of passing pre-licensing classes with 2021 Training because we have some of the best training courses in the business.

2021 Training Courses

These are excellent tools for insurance adjusters who want to improve their skills. When you put money into your education, you’ll be able to manage more challenging tasks and earn more money. However, we hope that you’ll return to 2021 Training to learn how to break down the fundamentals of insurance adjusting on a budget when it comes time to renew your license. For more information about our Texas continuing education courses, call (972) 767-7699 today, or register online!

The Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Course satisfies all testing requirements for the Texas Department of Insurance for the Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster License. At the completion of this course, you receive a certificate that is submitted with the application to the state showing that you have met the testing requirements.
Each course covers a rich combination of skills and lessons that will set you up for success in the insurance industry. No matter what field you’re going to be entering, these courses will give you the tools you need to feel confident in your ability to serve the citizens of Texas with all their insurance needs.

With each course you will receive:

  • 32-Hr Online Course and 8 Hrs of Homework (State Mandated)
  • 24/7 Access to the Course
  • Downloadable Study Guide (PDF)
  • Practice Exams
  • State Approved Exam – No other exam is required

All this and more is available to you within each one of our training courses. Our goal is to equip you with the tools that will make you an effective insurance agent. As you know, before you can test to become an official insurance agent, you must first complete a series of lessons in a pre-licensing course. Contact us today!
**This is not for a Public Adjusters License and will not allow you to work as a Public Adjuster in ANY state.**
NOTE: The Texas Adjuster Pre-Licensing course is only for those people who either claim residency in Texas or one of the 16 non-licensing states listed in the “Acceptance” tab at the bottom of this webpage. Please call us at 972-767-7699 if you need clarification.

Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Course Study Guide, Practice Exam and Final Exam Included!



Additional Information

Texas CE Information

Texas CE Hours

Residents of these states can designate Texas as their designated home state as an independent adjuster.

  • Colorado
  • Illinois
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • New Jersey
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • Wisconsin

States That Accept Texas as a Dedicate Home State

Residents of these states can use their Texas Adjuster License.

  • Insurance History and Regulation
  • Protection of Consumer Interests
  • What is Insurance?
  • What is a Claims Adjuster?
  • Texas Department of Insurance Licensing Requirements
  • Contracts
  • Basics of the Insurance Policy
  • Actual Cash Value vs. Replacement Cost Value
  • Adjusting Losses
  • Settling Losses
  • Dwelling Policy
  • Homeowner Policy
  • Flood Policy
  • Farm Policy
  • Crop Insurance
  • Personal Auto Policy
  • Commercial Package Policy
  • Business Owners’ Policy
  • Commercial General Liability
  • Commercial Auto Policy
  • Bonds/Surety
  • Ocean Marine Insurance
  • Inland Marine Insurance
  • Aviation Insurance
  • Workers’ Compensation Insurance
  • Final Exam – 150-question multiple choice


3 Options, 1 New Career

Take the next step and get the licensing and training to prepare for a new career. Purchase the course that fits your needs and be on the roster for the next big storm.  Start your new career in a field that isn’t affected by the economy. Yes, it’s that simple. See you in the classroom. 


Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Course

This course allows you to adjust all claims, including workers’ compensation claims. This one contains everything you need to get licensed in Texas.  Includes our state-approved exam.

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Smart Start Package

The 3-course Smart Start Package includes:

  • Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing
  • Xactimate training
  • Practical Adjusting

It’s a popular choice for a smart start down your new career path! 


Smart Start + Package

The 4-course Smart Start + Package is our best value and includes:

  • Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing
  • Xactimate training
  • Practical Adjusting
  • Basics of Construction

If you have no prior construction background, this package is essential for your success as an adjuster.

Texas all-lines aduster pre-licensing course