Are you ready for an exciting new career that gets you out of the cubicle? 2021 Training makes it easy to get your insurance adjuster license for Texas residents and those who live in states without their own adjuster licensing (click here to see the 16 states that don’t have an adjuster license requirement). Our Texas All-Lines and P&C Adjuster Pre-Licensing Courses are 100% online, convenient, and taught by an instructor who has been in the field and has real-world wisdom to share.
How to Get Your Texas Insurance Adjuster License
- Claim residency in Texas OR a state that does not provide licensing for insurance adjusters.
- Take a state certified Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Course.
- Pass the final exam with a score of 70% or higher.
- Get required fingerprints.
- Submit your online application to the Texas Department of Insurance.
Important: You will be required to submit the following to the Texas Department of Insurance when applying for your insurance adjuster license:
- Course completion certificate from class taken
- $50 state-mandated application fee
- Fingerprint receipt
Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Online Course
This class meets the Texas Department of Insurance education and testing requirements for your adjuster license needs. Simply take this class and get your certificate of completion, then submit the state application along with fingerprints to get your Texas All-Lines Adjusters License. This online self-study course includes the Study Guide, Exam and Certificate. Sign up and log on to start now!
Note: This is not for a Public Adjusters License.
Texas Insurance Adjuster License – Details
Residency. To use a Texas All-Lines or P&C Adjuster Pre-Licensing Course to get your license, you must reside in Texas or in a state that does not offer licensing for insurance adjusters. There are many states that do not offer insurance adjuster licensing. If you live in one of those states, you can get a Texas Insurance Adjuster License just like any other Texas resident by designating Texas as your home state and taking our Texas All-Lines or P&C Adjuster Pre-Licensing Online course. Your license will be valid in Texas and in any state without their own adjuster licensing requirement.
Licensing. This course meets all the educational and testing requirements of the Texas Department of Insurance. You will take our online class and be required to pass the online final exam with a score of at least 70%. You can take the exam more than once if needed. When you finish the course and pass the exam, you will receive a certificate of completion once the required Exam Monitor Affidavit is submitted.
Fingerprints. All fingerprints for the Texas Department of Insurance must be taken through IdentoGO Centers by MorphoTrust USA. You will find the “Fingerprint Requirements and Instructions” on the TDI website. Simply make an appointment, go to one of their locations and get your fingerprints scanned. They will give you a receipt which you’ll submit with your state application. If you are not a Texas resident, then most IdentoGO centers still offer electronic fingerprinting for an additional out-of-state fee.
Online Application. This is the final step and the easiest. You must submit your application electronically. You will need the following to submit your application: The course completion certificate from our Texas Adjuster Pre-Licensing class, payment for the $50 state fee, and your fingerprint receipt from IdentoGO.
Become a Texas-Licensed Insurance Adjuster Today!
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