This course is designed as a continuing education course related to insurance agents and adjusters. The course covers the following topics:
Insurance Regulation and Companies
Federal Insurance Laws
State's Regulation of Insurance
Property and Casualty Insurance Contract Provisions
Auto Insurance Laws
The Personal Auto Policy
Residential Property Insurance
This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services for insurance continuing education credit. No classroom attendance required. This FL Intermediate CE course is approved for 8hrs of CE credit for all licenses (except 3-20).
This 40-hour course fulfills the educational requirement for the 6-20 Company/Independent All-Lines adjuster license, and is also the first step toward a 3-20 Public Adjuster license. It is a Florida Approved designation course, which functions like a pre-licensing course (you must take it before getting your license). Waives State exam for the 6-20!
Property and Liability Insurance Concepts Personal Automobile Policy Business Auto Policy and Mechanical Breakdown Coverage..
Various aspects of Flood Insurance will be covered in this course, including the history of the National Flood Insurance Program, Soft Fraud, Rules & Procedures of Flood Insurance, and different types of Flood policies.This Continuing Education class - Intermediate level, is designed to provide the General Lines Agent and Customer Service Representative with all the information they need to quote, write and service the most common types of flood insurance.
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This course is designed as a continuing education course related to general lines insurance. This course is designed as a continuing education elective course for Agents, Customer Representatives and Claims Adjusters not including 3-20 Public Adjusters. Topics include:
Insurance terms and risk concepts
Personal Auto Policy
Business Auto Policy and Garage Policy
Residential property and liability insurance (Homeowners (HO) & Dwelling Property (DP) policies
This class satisfies the requirement that Adjusters complete a 5-hour update course every 2 years, which is specific to the license held by the licensee, and covers Regulatory awareness, Licensing requirements, Department communications, Insurance laws, Ethical requirements, Disciplinary and industry trends, and much more. The course includes seven multiple-choice Unit Quizzes and one Final Exam. It is designed as a self-paced self-study course done entirely online at your conven..