Texas CE Package A (24 CE Hrs)

This package satisfies the 24-hour CE requirement for your *Texas insurance license and includes these individual courses:

  • #108270 – Ethics for Insurance Professionals (1 hr.)
  • #112746 – Ethical Principles (2 hrs.)
  • #81087 – Landlord and Homeowners Insurance Policies (6 hrs.)
  • #91088 – Other Types of Insurance-Farm, Crop, Flood, etc. (8 hrs.)
  • #106289 – Understanding Commercial Insurance and Coverage (7 hrs.)

*These courses satisfy your Texas CE requirement regardless of your insurance license type.

$110.00

Ethics for Insurance Professionals (1 CE Hr.)

This 1-hr CE class will discuss ethics for the insurance professional.  This will satisfy 1 hour of the ethics requirement with the Texas Department of Insurance to renew your adjuster license in Texas.

Ethical Principles (2 CE Hrs)

This 2-hour CE course will discuss ethics as they are related to the insurance licensee. This will satisfy the 2-hour ethics requirement with the Texas Department of Insurance to renew your insurance license in Texas.

The state of Texas requires all insurance adjusters to take and pass a course on ethical principles in order to preserve the trust between a claimant and their insurance adjuster. This will cover aspects of the job such as conflicts of interest, potential bias, and other aspects of navigating the insurance industry. By the time you finish this course, not only will your required course conditions be met, but you will also have a stronger understanding of the importance of maintaining good ethical procedures. You will also be better equipped to put those lessons into practice.

Setting You Up For Success

Ethical principles are an important part of the job. Being an insurance adjuster means that you will be in close contact with people when they are in very vulnerable situations and need to feel confident that you really have their best interest in mind. People seek out insurance adjusters when they have suffered a loss of some kind or have experienced an event that has left damage to their belongings or property. People can be wary of insurance adjusters who don’t appear to have a strong sense of ethics. That’s where the 2021 Training’s Ethical Principals course comes in. 

Adjusting insurance claims calls for justice and integrity. In every situation, the adjuster must put the claimant's interests ahead of their own. This means that the claimant should not be forced to select a particular person or business to handle repairs or other services associated with the claim by the adjuster. There shouldn't be any conflicts of interest because of the relationship between a particular party and an insurance provider or adjuster.

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.

Landlord and Homeowners Insurance Policies (6 CE Hrs)

This 6-hr CE class is teaching on policies specific for landlords and homeowners. Both the dwelling and homeowner policies will be discussed in detail.

Other Types of Insurance – Farm, Crop, Flood, etc. (8 CE Hrs)

This 8-hr CE class will discuss some of the more uncommon insurances that we deal with. This is a great class to build your awareness of the other facets of insurance that you may choose to work in.

Understanding Commercial Insurance & Coverages (7 CE Hrs)

This 7-hr CE class will discuss the different commercial policies such as CPP (Commercial Package Policy), BOP (Business Owner Policy), CGL (Commercial General Liability Policy) and CAP (Commercial Auto Policy).

Commercial insurance is monumentally important when it comes to protecting your organization from all sorts of risks. When someone files a claim against a company or organization, they’ll want to be properly protected and prepared to ensure that a business has a fair representation. In the event that a client or employee files any sort of claim, the right kind of commercial insurance can make a huge difference in the impact that claim can make. This course at 2021 Training will walk you through the finer points of what commercial insurance and coverage can mean to a corporate client. By the time you finish the 7 hours of this course, you will feel comfortable with handling commercial insurance in addition to fulfilling CE requirements.

The Importance Of Commercial Insurance And Coverages

Commercial insurance can cover many things from bodily injury to property damage to cyber attacks. Such an important element of corporate protection is crucial to a business’s ability to function. Commercial insurance and all the coverages that come with it include a wide range of situations that will ultimately make a huge impact in your future clients’ ability to run their businesses smoothly. Those situations can include:

  • General liability insurance that protects a company in the event of bodily harm or property damage that might happen on their property. 
  • Auto insurance specifically regarding company-owned vehicles
  • Property insurance that covers a business’s owned or rented property 
  • Business income insurance, which covers lost income if there is some situation that prevents a business from operating normally
  • Worker's compensation insurance to provide benefits for any employees who suffer a work-related injury or illness
  • Business Owners’ Policy (BOP), which is a combination of commercial property, general liability, and business income coverage.

All these and more will be taught to you in 2021 Training’s “Understanding Commercial Insurance and Coverages” course. We’ll help equip you to understand exactly what it is that businesses need as you start your career as an insurance adjuster. 

Preparing You For Success

At 2021 Training, our goal is to prepare you for the future, and not simply fulfill the requirements set by the state of Texas. We believe that for you to be a truly effective insurance adjuster, you should feel confident in every aspect of the business. Don’t simply memorize details for a test or cross hours off your required courses: by using 2021 Training to prepare for your test, you’ll be receiving the ability to actually become an expert in your field.

Contact 2021 Training Today

Success starts in the finer details, and we want you to feel confident about handling any task that your experience as an insurance adjuster will bring. Contact 2021 Training for more information. If you haven’t signed up for our courses yet, what are you waiting for? We’ll connect you with the courses you need to become a licensed expert in the insurance world.

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Additional Information

Ethics for Insurance Professionals (1 CE Hr.)

Texas CE Information

Texas CE Hours

Ethical Principles (2 CE Hrs)

Texas CE Information

Texas CE Hours

Landlord and Homeowners Insurance Policies (6 CE Hrs)

Texas CE Information

Texas CE Hours

Other Types of Insurance – Farm, Crop, Flood, etc. (8 CE Hrs)

Texas CE Information

Texas CE Hours

Understanding Commercial Insurance & Coverages (7 CE Hrs)

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.