Frequently Asked Questions

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  • How do I find or reset my password?

    If you can’t find your password or want to reset it, visit the login page and click on “Forgot Your Password?” In the next box, enter the email address associated with your course. You will receive an email with a link that will allow you to set a new password.

  • What is reciprocity?

    Reciprocity, or reciprocal licensing privileges, allows a licensed insurance agent or producer to obtain another state(s) license without having to pass that specific state’s exam. Thank goodness, right? Once you have your home state license, you can apply for other state licenses through reciprocity and then you are legally able to sell insurance in those states as well. It’s important to note that reciprocal licenses are only available for the same lines of authority. So, for example, you can’t hold a Personal Lines Producer license in one state, and then apply and receive an All Lines license in another.

    Reciprocity doesn’t happen automatically.  You must obtain your home state license first and it needs to be in good standing to qualify. Then you’ll need to complete the required paperwork and submit the licensing fees and you will need to register with NIPR for home state and nonresident state licenses.

  • What is an insurance agent vs. a broker vs. a producer?

    Insurance agent is the most common term used for individuals who sell insurance. An insurance agent represents and is paid by the insurance carrier. They are paid to sell insurance to consumers and become the link between the policyholder and the insurer. Insurance agents must be licensed in their state and most have to be appointed, as well.

     

    Insurance Brokers, on the other hand, are representatives of the insured. While they do still ‘sell’ insurance, brokers investigate insurance options from a host of different insurance carriers and make recommendations based on their clients’ needs. The broker reviews insurance options with the client and once a policy is chosen, the broker alerts the insurance agent to bind the coverage. The client, or policyholder, then sends a check for the policy amount and the broker commission to the insurance carrier. The carrier then receives the payment and pays the broker their commission from the client payment. The broker, therefore, is ultimately paid by the client.

     

    Insurance Producer is a relatively new term that isn’t used as much in the common vernacular, but is widely used within the industry itself. Producers encompasses anyone who sells, solicits, or negotiates insurance policies – meaning it refers to both insurance agents and insurance brokers.  

  • Why should I choose All-Lines Training?

    Our team is passionate about providing the best insurance training courses and online classroom experience in the industry. We started small, with just a few courses that focused on the insurance adjuster market. But after releasing adjuster courses for every state, we’re focused on taking our national solution to the producer market.

    We are committed to helping you succeed at every step of your insurance career. All-Lines Training has actually been a business for far longer than most people realize. We’ve offered our Florida courses under the AdjusterPro brand for years and now going to expand our All-Lines offerings to include all things agent!

    At All-Lines Training, we believe in serving our customers with transparency, honesty, and adhering to the Golden Rule, treating others as we would want to be treated.

    Building our company upon these principles, here are a few other ways we differentiate from the competition:

    • All-Lines Training is a part of AdjusterPro, the nation’s leading provider of adjuster licensing and training. AdjusterPro has been in business for over 10 years and has trained over 50,000 adjusters. We also serve 8 of the country’s top 10 insurance carriers.
    • Our simple, engaging online training was created to help you comprehend and retain information
    • Keeping your license compliant is simple with our convenient continuing education courses
    • You’ll receive honest answers from our dedicated (real-people) customer engagement team
    • 98.4% customer satisfaction rating

    Whether you are just starting to explore the insurance industry or a Fortune 500 company, All-Lines Training is here to help you reach your goals and achieve success.

  • What is an ‘appointment’ in the insurance industry?

    Insurance carrier appointments are a form of authorization from an insurance company giving a person the authority to act on its behalf as an agent. Agents must be appointed by at least one insurance company in addition to being licensed by their state.

  • What’s the difference between a “captive” and an “independent” insurance agent?

    There are 2 basic types of insurance agents that you can work with when choosing your insurance coverage, or when pursuing a career as an agent: ‘Captive’ or ‘Independent’.

    Captive insurance agents sell policies for only one company. So Jake can only sell policies from State Farm and Flo can only offer you options from Progressive. Many large insurance carriers only utilize this type of agent. Captive agents are paid a salary as well as a commission for policies sold. Selling for only one carrier allows these agents to become very knowledgeable about their policies which can be a great advantage for the consumer. 

    On the flip side, your policy options are more limited since the agent can only present policies available through that one carrier. Independent insurance agents sell policies for multiple insurance companies and are paid a commission for policies sold. Consumers usually get more options to fit their budget and needs through an independent agent, but with so many policy options available, these agents may not be as knowledgeable about the ins and outs of every policy.

  • How do I maintain my license? What is continuing education (CE)?

    Most states require producers to pay a fee and submit some information to renew their license every two years. This can usually be done electronically through NIPR or Sircon, but some states use an internal system of their own.

    Additionally, most states also require producers to complete continuing education (CE) hours each renewal period. You can find the renewal information for your state by the All-Lines CE page for your state and scrolling down to the FAQ section. Details include how many hours are required in your state to renew your license and whether those credits need to contain a certain number of hours in a particular subject, like Ethics or Legislative Updates. 

    All-Lines Training is hard at work developing producer continuing education courses. Stay tuned!

  • Florida 2-20 Conversion Pre-Licensing Course Outline

    • Section 1: Introduction
      • Course Welcome
      • Taking This Course
    • Section 2: The Insurance Contract
      • What is Insurance?
      • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    • Section 3: Insurers, Hazards, and Risks
      • Types of Insurers
      • Hazards & Risks
      • Types of Hazards & Fraud
      • Risk Management
      • Underwriting & Rating
      • Study Tips & Resources Reminder
    • Section 4: Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
      • Important Terms
      • Cause & Loss
    • Section 5: Insurance Claims
      • Interest, Subrogation, & Claims
      • Valuation, Deductibles, & Coinsurance
    • Section 6: Basics of Liability Insurance
      • Liability Insurance & Policy Limits
      • Liability & Law
    • Section 7: Insurance Policy Provisions
      • Common Policy Provisions
    • Section 8: Agent Roles & Responsibilities
      • The Agent & Authority
      • What is an Agent?
    • Section 9: Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance
      • The Standard Fire Policy
      • The Homeowners Policy
      • The Dwelling Policy
      • FL Homeowners & Dwelling Laws
    • Section 10: Flood & Watercraft Insurance
      • Flood Insurance
      • Boatowners Coverage
    • Section 11: Personal Auto Insurance
      • Personal Auto Policy
      • FL Personal Auto Laws
      • Mechanical Breakdown
    • Section 12: Commercial Property & Equipment Breakdown
      • Commercial Property
      • Equipment Breakdown
    • Section 13: Commercial Liability
      • Commercial General Liability
      • Specialty Liability
      • Umbrella & Excess Liability
    • Section 14: Commercial Auto
      • Commercial Auto Insurance
    • Section 15: Crime, Surety, & Fidelity Bonds
      • Surety Bonds & Fidelity Coverages
      • Commercial & Government Crime
    • Section 16: Marine Insurance
      • Marine Insurance Preface
      • Ocean Marine Insurance
      • Inland Marine Insurance
    • Section 17: Other Commercial Policies
      • Aviation Insurance
      • Farm Insurance
      • Crop Insurance
      • Federal Terrorism Insurance
    • Section 18: Commercial Package Policies
      • Commercial Package Policies
    • Section 19: Business Owners Policy
      • Business Owners Policy
      • Additional Coverages
    • Section 20: Workers’ Compensation
      • Workers’ Compensation
      • FL Workers’ Compensation Supplement
    • Section 21: Insurance Fraud & Ethics
      • Fiduciary Duty & Ethics
      • FL Unlawful and Unfair Practices
      • Insurance Fraud
      • Fraud & False Statements
      • FL Insurance Rules and Regulations
      • Selected FL Statutes and Rules
      • FL Residual Markets
    • Section 22: Health Insurance
      • Health and Accident Insurance
    • Section 23: FL Practice Exam
    • Section 24: Florida 2-20 Conversion Final Exam
      • Florida 2-20 Conversion Pre-Licensing Final Exam
        • You must pass this exam to meet Florida’s pre-licensing education requirement
        • Once passed, you can register to take the state exam through PearsonView
    • Section 25: Applying for Your Producer License
      • Step-by-step instructions on how to apply for your Florida producer license
  • Florida 4-40 Customer Rep License Course Outline

    Insurance Terms and Related Concepts
    • Taking This Course
    • What is Insurance?
    • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    • Types of Insurers
    • Hazards and Risks
    • Risk Management
    • Important Terms
    • Types of Hazards and Fraud
    • Cause and Loss
    • Interest, Subrogation, and Claims
    • Valuation, Deductibles, and Coinsurance
    • Liability Insurance and Policy Limits
    • Liability and Law
    Authority, FLDFS, and Policy Provisions
    • The Agent and Authority
    • What is a Customer Representative?
    • Florida Department of Financial Services
    • Common Policy Provisions
    Personal Lines
    • Homeowners
    • Homeowners Supplement – Wind Mitigation
    • Dwelling Insurance Basics
    • Personal Auto Insurance Basics
    • Farm
    Commercial Lines
    • Commercial Property
    • Commercial General Liability
    • Professional Liability
    • Surety and Fidelity Coverages
    • Commercial Package Policies
    • Commercial Auto
    • Commercial Crime
    • Boiler and Machinery
    Other Coverages
    • Flood Insurance
    • Mechanical Breakdown
    • Umbrella and Excess Liability
    • Marine Insurance Preface
    • Ocean Marine Insurance
    • Inland Marine Insurance
    • Workers’ Compensation
    • Health Insurance
    • Accident and Health Supplement
    • Florida Residual Markets
    Insurance Regulation
    • Fiduciary Duty and Ethics
    • Unlawful and Unfair Practices
    • Florida Insurance Rules & Regulations
    • Fraud

    FINAL EXAM

  • Alabama P&C Producer Course Outline

    • 01. Introduction
      • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • 02. The Insurance Contract
      • What is Insurance?
      • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    • 03. Insurers, Hazards, and Risks
      • Types of Insurers
      • Alabama Surplus Lines
      • Hazards & Risks
      • Types of Hazards & Fraud
      • Risk Management
      • Underwriting & Rating
    • 04. Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
      • Important Terms
      • Cause & Loss
    • 05. Insurance Claims
      • Interest, Subrogation, & Claims
      • Valuation, Deductibles, & Coinsurance
    • 06. Basics of Liability Insurance
      • Liability Insurance & Policy Limits
      • Liability & Law
    • 07. Insurance Policy Provisions
      • Common Policy Provisions
    • 08. Agent Roles & Responsibilities
      • The Agent & Authority
      • What is an Agent?
    • 09. Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance
      • The Standard Fire Policy
      • The Homeowners Policy
      • Fortified Alabama Homes
      • The Dwelling Policy
    • 10. Flood & Watercraft Insurance
      • Flood Insurance
      • Boatowners Coverage
    • 11. Personal Auto Insurance
      • Personal Auto Policy
      • Alabama Auto Laws
    • 12. Commercial Property
      • Commercial Property
    • 13. Equipment Breakdown
      • Equipment Breakdown
    • 14. Commercial Liability
      • Commercial General Liability
      • Umbrella & Excess Liability
      • Specialty Liability
    • 15. Commercial Auto
      • Commercial Auto Insurance
    • 16. Crime, Surety, & Fidelity Bonds
      • Surety Bonds & Fidelity Coverages
      • Commercial & Government Crime
    • 17. Marine Insurance
      • Marine Insurance Preface
      • Ocean Marine Insurance
      • Inland Marine Insurance
    • 18. Other Commercial Policies
      • Farm Insurance
      • Federal Terrorism Insurance
    • 19. Commercial Package Policies
      • Commercial Package Policies
    • 20. Business Owners Policy
      • Business Owners Policy
    • 21. Workers’ Compensation & Health Insurance
      • Workers’ Compensation
      • Alabama Workers’ Comp Laws
    • 22. Licensing & Insurance Regulation
      • Alabama Insurance Regulation
    • 23. Practice Exam
      • Practice Exam
    • 24. FINAL EXAM
      • Final Exam
    • 25. Getting Your License
      • Alabama Producer License: Step-by-Step
  • Alabama Personal Lines Producer Course Outline

    • 01. Introduction
      • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • 02. The Insurance Contract
      • What is Insurance?
      • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    • 03. Insurers, Hazards, and Risks
      • Types of Insurers
      • Alabama Surplus Lines
      • Hazards & Risks
      • Types of Hazards & Fraud
      • Risk Management
      • Underwriting & Rating
    • 04. Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
      • Important Terms
      • Cause & Loss
    • 05. Insurance Claims
      • Interest, Subrogation, & Claims
      • Valuation, Deductibles, & Coinsurance
    • 06. Basics of Liability Insurance
      • Liability Insurance & Policy Limits
      • Liability & Law
    • 07. Insurance Policy Provisions
      • Common Policy Provisions
    • 08. Agent Roles & Responsibilities
      • The Agent & Authority
      • What is an Agent?
    • 09. Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance
      • The Standard Fire Policy
      • The Homeowners Policy
      • Fortified Alabama Homes
      • The Dwelling Policy
    • 10. Personal Auto Insurance
      • Personal Auto Policy
      • Alabama Auto Laws
    • 11. Watercraft & Flood Insurance
      • Boatowners Coverage
      • Flood Insurance
    • 12. Licensing & Insurance Regulation
      • Alabama Insurance Regulation
    • 13. Practice Exam
      • Practice Exam
    • 14. Final Exam
      • Final Exam
    • 15. Getting Your License
      • Alabama Producer License: Step-by-Step
  • Let’s Get Personal: Private Property Insurance Course Outline

    Sec. 1: Introduction
    • Course Preface – Welcome!
    Sec. 2: Standard Fire Policy
    • Standard Fire Policy
    Sec. 3: Homeowners & Dwelling
    • Homeowners Policy
    • Dwelling
    Sec. 4: Personal Auto
    • Personal Auto
    Sec. 5: Final Exam
    • Final Exam
  • Earning Ethically for Insurance Producers Course Outline

    Sec. 1: Introduction
    • Course Preface – Welcome!
    Sec. 2: History of Ethics
    • History of Ethics
    Sec. 3: What is an Agent?
    • What is an Agent?
    Sec. 4: Agent Fiduciary Duty and Ethics
    • Fiduciary Duty and Ethics
    Sec. 5: Unlawful and Unfair Practices
    • Unlawful and Unfair Practices
    Sec. 6: Applying Agent Ethics
    • Applying Agent Ethics
    Sec. 7: Final Exam
    • Final Exam
  • Let’s Talk Shop: Insurance in Business Course Outline

     

    Sec. 1: Introduction
    • Course Preface – Welcome!
    Sec. 2: Commercial Property
    • Commercial Property
    Sec. 3: Commercial Liability
    • Commercial General Liability
    • Specialty Liability
    Sec. 4: Business Owners
    • Commercial Package Policy
    • Business Owners Policy
    • Additional Coverages
    Sec. 5: Machinery
    • Commercial Auto
    • Equipment Breakdown
    Sec. 6: Final Exam
    • Final Exam
  • Texas Personal Lines P&C Exam Prep Course Outline

    Section 1: Introduction
    • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • Taking This Course
    Section 2: The Insurance Contract
    • What is Insurance?
    • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    Section 3: Insurers, Hazards, and Risks
    • Types of Insurers
    • Hazards & Risks
    • Types of Hazards & Fraud
    • Risk Management
    • Underwriting & Rating
    Section 4: Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
    • Important Terms
    • Cause & Loss
    Section 5: Insurance Claims
    • Interest, Subrogation, & Claims
    • Valuation, Deductibles, & Coinsurance
    Section 6: Basics of Liability Insurance
    • Liability Insurance & Policy Limits
    • Liability & Law
    Section 7: Insurance Policy Provisions
    • Common Policy Provisions
    Section 8: Agent Roles & Responsibilities
    • The Agent & Authority
    • What is an Agent?
    Section 9: Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance
    • The Standard Fire Policy
    • The Homeowners Policy
    • TX Homeowners Supplement
    • The Dwelling Policy
    Section 10: Flood & Watercraft Insurance
    • Flood Insurance
    • Boatowners Coverage
    Section 11: Personal Auto Insurance & Liability
    • Personal Auto Policy
    • TX Personal Auto Laws
    • Umbrella & Excess Liability
    Section 12: Inland Marine Insurance
    • Inland Marine Insurance
    Section 13: Insurance Fraud & Ethics
    • Fiduciary Duty & Ethics
    • TX Unlawful and Unfair Practices
    • Insurance Fraud
    • Fraud & False Statements
    • TX Insurance Rules and Regulations
    • TX Residual Markets
    Section 14: TX Practice Exam
    • TX Practice Exam
    Section 15: Applying for your producer license: Step-by-Step
    • Applying for your TX license
  • Back to Basics: A Review for Insurance Agents Course Outline

    • 01. Introduction
      • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • 02. What is Insurance?
      • What is Insurance?
      • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    • 03. Insurers and Risk
      • Types of Insurers
      • Hazards and Risks
      • Risk Management
      • Underwriting & Rating
    • 04. Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
      • Important Terms
      • Types of Hazards and Fraud
      • Cause and Loss
    • 05. Interest, Claims, and Valuation
      • Interest, Subrogation, and Claims
      • Valuation, Deductibles, and Coinsurance
    • 06. Liability
      • Liability Insurance and Policy Limits
      • Liability and Law
    • 07. Common Policy Provisions
      • Common Policy Provisions
    • 08. Final Exam
      • Final Exam: Back to Basics: A Review for Insurance Agents
  • Excluded Coverages: Covering Common Gaps Course Outline

    • 01. Introduction
      • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • 02. Transportation & Recreation
      • Inland Marine
      • Boatowners
    • 03. Government Coverages
      • Flood
      • Earthquake
      • Federal Terrorism Insurance
    • 04. Final Exam
      • Final Exam
  • Texas General Lines P&C Exam Prep Course Outline

     

    Section 1: Introduction
    • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • Taking This Course
    Section 2: The Insurance Contract
    • What is Insurance?
    • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    Section 3: Insurers, Hazards, and Risks
    • Types of Insurers
    • Hazards & Risks
    • Types of Hazards & Fraud
    • Risk Management
    • Underwriting & Rating
    Section 4: Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
    • Important Terms
    • Cause & Loss
    Section 5: Insurance Claims
    • Interest, Subrogation, & Claims
    • Valuation, Deductibles, & Coinsurance
    Section 6: Basics of Liability Insurance
    • Liability Insurance & Policy Limits
    • Liability & Law
    Section 7: Insurance Policy Provisions
    • Common Policy Provisions
    Section 8: Agent Roles & Responsibilities
    • The Agent & Authority
    • What is an Agent?
    Section 9: Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance
    • The Standard Fire Policy
    • The Homeowners Policy
    • TX Homeowners Supplement
    • The Dwelling Policy
    Section 10: Flood & Watercraft Insurance
    • Flood Insurance
    • Boatowners Coverage
    Section 11: Personal Auto Insurance
    • Personal Auto Policy
    • TX Personal Auto Laws
    • Mechanical Breakdown
    Section 12: Commercial Property & Equipment Breakdown
    • Commercial Property
    • Equipment Breakdown
    Section 13: Commercial Liability
    • Commercial General Liability
    • Specialty Liability
    • Umbrella & Excess Liability
    Section 14: Commercial Auto
    • Commercial Auto Insurance
    Section 15: Crime, Surety, & Fidelity Bonds
    • Surety Bonds & Fidelity Coverages
    • Commercial & Government Crime
    Section 16: Marine Insurance
    • Marine Insurance Preface
    • Ocean Marine Insurance
    • Inland Marine Insurance
    Section 17: Other Commercial Policies
    • Aviation Insurance
    • Farm Insurance
    • Crop Insurance
    • Federal Terrorism Insurance
    Section 18: Commercial Package Policies
    • Commercial Package Policies
    Section 19: Business Owners Policy
    • Business Owners Policy
    • Additional Coverages
    Section 20: Workers’ Compensation
    • Workers’ Compensation
    • TX Workers’ Compensation Supplement
    Section 21: Insurance Fraud & Ethics
    • Fiduciary Duty & Ethics
    • TX Unlawful and Unfair Practices
    • Insurance Fraud
    • Fraud & False Statements
    • TX Insurance Rules and Regulations
    • TX Residual Markets
    Section 22: TX Practice Exam
    • TX Practice Exam
    Section 23: Applying for your producer license: Step-by-Step
    • Applying for your TX license
  • Why should I choose All-Lines Training?

    Our team is passionate about providing the best insurance training courses and online classroom experience in the industry. We started small, with just a few courses that focused on the insurance adjuster market. But after releasing adjuster courses for every state, we’re focused on taking our national solution to the producer market.

    We are committed to helping you succeed at every step of your insurance career. All-Lines Training has actually been a business for far longer than most people realize. We’ve offered our Florida courses under the AdjusterPro brand for years and now going to expand our All-Lines offerings to include all things agent!

    At All-Lines Training, we believe in serving our customers with transparency, honesty, and adhering to the Golden Rule, treating others as we would want to be treated.

    Building our company upon these principles, here are a few other ways we differentiate from the competition:

    • All-Lines Training is a part of AdjusterPro, the nation’s leading provider of adjuster licensing and training. AdjusterPro has been in business for over 10 years and has trained over 50,000 adjusters. We also serve 8 of the country’s top 10 insurance carriers.
    • Our simple, engaging online training was created to help you comprehend and retain information
    • Keeping your license compliant is simple with our convenient continuing education courses
    • You’ll receive honest answers from our dedicated (real-people) customer engagement team
    • 98.4% customer satisfaction rating

    Whether you are just starting to explore the insurance industry or a Fortune 500 company, All-Lines Training is here to help you reach your goals and achieve success.

  • What is Quiz Builder?

    Quiz Builder is a study tool included in our courses. It lets you build custom quizzes using questions from any of the cumulative lesson quizzes throughout your course.

    Quiz Builder will automatically build a quiz made of all the questions you got wrong in the quizzes you select, but you can choose to include questions that you had previously answered correctly as well. The answers and feedback will be displayed each time you answer a question, or you have the option to hide the answers until the end of the quiz.

  • How many times can I take the practice exams?

    Our practice exams are set up to simulate the actual state exam. You can take the practice exams as many times as you would like.
    After completing a practice exam, you will have the option to Retake the Test, Review All Question Results, or Review All Unanswered Questions. If you want to review your results, you must do so before continuing to the next page in the course, since once you continue the practice exam will be reset.

    We recommend achieving a 90% on your practice exam before moving on to take your state exam.

  • Once I have completed the course, how do I schedule my State Exam?

    Every All-Lines course includes state-specific instructions for scheduling and taking your state exam. You can also find step-by-step instructions for getting your license (including how to register for the state exam) on your state page in the FAQ section at the bottom. 

    Students who complete our exam preparation courses will need to register to take the state exam through their state’s testing provider: either PSI, PearsonVue, or Prometric.

    Where required, our courses satisfy the state’s pre-licensing requirement. Your certificate of completion, available on your All-Lines Training dashboard, will need to be submitted before you register for and take the state exam through a test provider.

  • How do I find or reset my password?

    If you can’t find your password or want to reset it, visit the login page and click on “Forgot Your Password?” In the next box, enter the email address associated with your course. You will receive an email with a link that will allow you to set a new password.

  • Troubleshooting audio and video issues

    If you have problems with the audio in your course, we recommend that you check your internet connection and reset if necessary; clear your cache; and update your browser or try another browser.

    Additionally, check your speaker/headphone connection and your audio system preferences.

    If you have problems viewing a video in your course, we recommend that you check your internet connection and reset if necessary; clear your cache; and update your browser or try another browser.

    You may find this instruction helpful: http://wistia.com/doc/troubleshooting#playback

    Overall, it is a good idea to clear out your search history, cookies, and cache regularly. You can find instructions on how to clear your cache here.

  • Is internet access required?

    Yes, an internet connection is required to log in and view your online course. AdjusterPro courses offer a range of multimedia features, and we recommend that you have a good broadband or network connection for the best experience.

  • Preferred Browser

    Web Browsers

    We support the current and the previous major release of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft browsers. This currently includes Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer. Each time a new browser version is released, we begin supporting that version and stop supporting the third most recent version.

    Mobile Browsers

    • Current and previous Android versions
    • Current and previous iOS versions
  • Do I need a special computer?

    No. But your course will perform best on a desktop or laptop computer that is less than 3 years old. Either a PC or a Mac will work well. While not a requirement, the course is best viewed using a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768.

  • Florida 2-20 Conversion Pre-Licensing Course Outline

    • Section 1: Introduction
      • Course Welcome
      • Taking This Course
    • Section 2: The Insurance Contract
      • What is Insurance?
      • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    • Section 3: Insurers, Hazards, and Risks
      • Types of Insurers
      • Hazards & Risks
      • Types of Hazards & Fraud
      • Risk Management
      • Underwriting & Rating
      • Study Tips & Resources Reminder
    • Section 4: Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
      • Important Terms
      • Cause & Loss
    • Section 5: Insurance Claims
      • Interest, Subrogation, & Claims
      • Valuation, Deductibles, & Coinsurance
    • Section 6: Basics of Liability Insurance
      • Liability Insurance & Policy Limits
      • Liability & Law
    • Section 7: Insurance Policy Provisions
      • Common Policy Provisions
    • Section 8: Agent Roles & Responsibilities
      • The Agent & Authority
      • What is an Agent?
    • Section 9: Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance
      • The Standard Fire Policy
      • The Homeowners Policy
      • The Dwelling Policy
      • FL Homeowners & Dwelling Laws
    • Section 10: Flood & Watercraft Insurance
      • Flood Insurance
      • Boatowners Coverage
    • Section 11: Personal Auto Insurance
      • Personal Auto Policy
      • FL Personal Auto Laws
      • Mechanical Breakdown
    • Section 12: Commercial Property & Equipment Breakdown
      • Commercial Property
      • Equipment Breakdown
    • Section 13: Commercial Liability
      • Commercial General Liability
      • Specialty Liability
      • Umbrella & Excess Liability
    • Section 14: Commercial Auto
      • Commercial Auto Insurance
    • Section 15: Crime, Surety, & Fidelity Bonds
      • Surety Bonds & Fidelity Coverages
      • Commercial & Government Crime
    • Section 16: Marine Insurance
      • Marine Insurance Preface
      • Ocean Marine Insurance
      • Inland Marine Insurance
    • Section 17: Other Commercial Policies
      • Aviation Insurance
      • Farm Insurance
      • Crop Insurance
      • Federal Terrorism Insurance
    • Section 18: Commercial Package Policies
      • Commercial Package Policies
    • Section 19: Business Owners Policy
      • Business Owners Policy
      • Additional Coverages
    • Section 20: Workers’ Compensation
      • Workers’ Compensation
      • FL Workers’ Compensation Supplement
    • Section 21: Insurance Fraud & Ethics
      • Fiduciary Duty & Ethics
      • FL Unlawful and Unfair Practices
      • Insurance Fraud
      • Fraud & False Statements
      • FL Insurance Rules and Regulations
      • Selected FL Statutes and Rules
      • FL Residual Markets
    • Section 22: Health Insurance
      • Health and Accident Insurance
    • Section 23: FL Practice Exam
    • Section 24: Florida 2-20 Conversion Final Exam
      • Florida 2-20 Conversion Pre-Licensing Final Exam
        • You must pass this exam to meet Florida’s pre-licensing education requirement
        • Once passed, you can register to take the state exam through PearsonView
    • Section 25: Applying for Your Producer License
      • Step-by-step instructions on how to apply for your Florida producer license
  • Florida 4-40 Customer Rep License Course Outline

    Insurance Terms and Related Concepts
    • Taking This Course
    • What is Insurance?
    • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    • Types of Insurers
    • Hazards and Risks
    • Risk Management
    • Important Terms
    • Types of Hazards and Fraud
    • Cause and Loss
    • Interest, Subrogation, and Claims
    • Valuation, Deductibles, and Coinsurance
    • Liability Insurance and Policy Limits
    • Liability and Law
    Authority, FLDFS, and Policy Provisions
    • The Agent and Authority
    • What is a Customer Representative?
    • Florida Department of Financial Services
    • Common Policy Provisions
    Personal Lines
    • Homeowners
    • Homeowners Supplement – Wind Mitigation
    • Dwelling Insurance Basics
    • Personal Auto Insurance Basics
    • Farm
    Commercial Lines
    • Commercial Property
    • Commercial General Liability
    • Professional Liability
    • Surety and Fidelity Coverages
    • Commercial Package Policies
    • Commercial Auto
    • Commercial Crime
    • Boiler and Machinery
    Other Coverages
    • Flood Insurance
    • Mechanical Breakdown
    • Umbrella and Excess Liability
    • Marine Insurance Preface
    • Ocean Marine Insurance
    • Inland Marine Insurance
    • Workers’ Compensation
    • Health Insurance
    • Accident and Health Supplement
    • Florida Residual Markets
    Insurance Regulation
    • Fiduciary Duty and Ethics
    • Unlawful and Unfair Practices
    • Florida Insurance Rules & Regulations
    • Fraud

    FINAL EXAM

  • Alabama P&C Producer Course Outline

    • 01. Introduction
      • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • 02. The Insurance Contract
      • What is Insurance?
      • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    • 03. Insurers, Hazards, and Risks
      • Types of Insurers
      • Alabama Surplus Lines
      • Hazards & Risks
      • Types of Hazards & Fraud
      • Risk Management
      • Underwriting & Rating
    • 04. Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
      • Important Terms
      • Cause & Loss
    • 05. Insurance Claims
      • Interest, Subrogation, & Claims
      • Valuation, Deductibles, & Coinsurance
    • 06. Basics of Liability Insurance
      • Liability Insurance & Policy Limits
      • Liability & Law
    • 07. Insurance Policy Provisions
      • Common Policy Provisions
    • 08. Agent Roles & Responsibilities
      • The Agent & Authority
      • What is an Agent?
    • 09. Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance
      • The Standard Fire Policy
      • The Homeowners Policy
      • Fortified Alabama Homes
      • The Dwelling Policy
    • 10. Flood & Watercraft Insurance
      • Flood Insurance
      • Boatowners Coverage
    • 11. Personal Auto Insurance
      • Personal Auto Policy
      • Alabama Auto Laws
    • 12. Commercial Property
      • Commercial Property
    • 13. Equipment Breakdown
      • Equipment Breakdown
    • 14. Commercial Liability
      • Commercial General Liability
      • Umbrella & Excess Liability
      • Specialty Liability
    • 15. Commercial Auto
      • Commercial Auto Insurance
    • 16. Crime, Surety, & Fidelity Bonds
      • Surety Bonds & Fidelity Coverages
      • Commercial & Government Crime
    • 17. Marine Insurance
      • Marine Insurance Preface
      • Ocean Marine Insurance
      • Inland Marine Insurance
    • 18. Other Commercial Policies
      • Farm Insurance
      • Federal Terrorism Insurance
    • 19. Commercial Package Policies
      • Commercial Package Policies
    • 20. Business Owners Policy
      • Business Owners Policy
    • 21. Workers’ Compensation & Health Insurance
      • Workers’ Compensation
      • Alabama Workers’ Comp Laws
    • 22. Licensing & Insurance Regulation
      • Alabama Insurance Regulation
    • 23. Practice Exam
      • Practice Exam
    • 24. FINAL EXAM
      • Final Exam
    • 25. Getting Your License
      • Alabama Producer License: Step-by-Step
  • Alabama Personal Lines Producer Course Outline

    • 01. Introduction
      • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • 02. The Insurance Contract
      • What is Insurance?
      • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    • 03. Insurers, Hazards, and Risks
      • Types of Insurers
      • Alabama Surplus Lines
      • Hazards & Risks
      • Types of Hazards & Fraud
      • Risk Management
      • Underwriting & Rating
    • 04. Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
      • Important Terms
      • Cause & Loss
    • 05. Insurance Claims
      • Interest, Subrogation, & Claims
      • Valuation, Deductibles, & Coinsurance
    • 06. Basics of Liability Insurance
      • Liability Insurance & Policy Limits
      • Liability & Law
    • 07. Insurance Policy Provisions
      • Common Policy Provisions
    • 08. Agent Roles & Responsibilities
      • The Agent & Authority
      • What is an Agent?
    • 09. Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance
      • The Standard Fire Policy
      • The Homeowners Policy
      • Fortified Alabama Homes
      • The Dwelling Policy
    • 10. Personal Auto Insurance
      • Personal Auto Policy
      • Alabama Auto Laws
    • 11. Watercraft & Flood Insurance
      • Boatowners Coverage
      • Flood Insurance
    • 12. Licensing & Insurance Regulation
      • Alabama Insurance Regulation
    • 13. Practice Exam
      • Practice Exam
    • 14. Final Exam
      • Final Exam
    • 15. Getting Your License
      • Alabama Producer License: Step-by-Step
  • Let’s Get Personal: Private Property Insurance Course Outline

    Sec. 1: Introduction
    • Course Preface – Welcome!
    Sec. 2: Standard Fire Policy
    • Standard Fire Policy
    Sec. 3: Homeowners & Dwelling
    • Homeowners Policy
    • Dwelling
    Sec. 4: Personal Auto
    • Personal Auto
    Sec. 5: Final Exam
    • Final Exam
  • Earning Ethically for Insurance Producers Course Outline

    Sec. 1: Introduction
    • Course Preface – Welcome!
    Sec. 2: History of Ethics
    • History of Ethics
    Sec. 3: What is an Agent?
    • What is an Agent?
    Sec. 4: Agent Fiduciary Duty and Ethics
    • Fiduciary Duty and Ethics
    Sec. 5: Unlawful and Unfair Practices
    • Unlawful and Unfair Practices
    Sec. 6: Applying Agent Ethics
    • Applying Agent Ethics
    Sec. 7: Final Exam
    • Final Exam
  • Let’s Talk Shop: Insurance in Business Course Outline

     

    Sec. 1: Introduction
    • Course Preface – Welcome!
    Sec. 2: Commercial Property
    • Commercial Property
    Sec. 3: Commercial Liability
    • Commercial General Liability
    • Specialty Liability
    Sec. 4: Business Owners
    • Commercial Package Policy
    • Business Owners Policy
    • Additional Coverages
    Sec. 5: Machinery
    • Commercial Auto
    • Equipment Breakdown
    Sec. 6: Final Exam
    • Final Exam
  • Texas Personal Lines P&C Exam Prep Course Outline

    Section 1: Introduction
    • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • Taking This Course
    Section 2: The Insurance Contract
    • What is Insurance?
    • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    Section 3: Insurers, Hazards, and Risks
    • Types of Insurers
    • Hazards & Risks
    • Types of Hazards & Fraud
    • Risk Management
    • Underwriting & Rating
    Section 4: Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
    • Important Terms
    • Cause & Loss
    Section 5: Insurance Claims
    • Interest, Subrogation, & Claims
    • Valuation, Deductibles, & Coinsurance
    Section 6: Basics of Liability Insurance
    • Liability Insurance & Policy Limits
    • Liability & Law
    Section 7: Insurance Policy Provisions
    • Common Policy Provisions
    Section 8: Agent Roles & Responsibilities
    • The Agent & Authority
    • What is an Agent?
    Section 9: Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance
    • The Standard Fire Policy
    • The Homeowners Policy
    • TX Homeowners Supplement
    • The Dwelling Policy
    Section 10: Flood & Watercraft Insurance
    • Flood Insurance
    • Boatowners Coverage
    Section 11: Personal Auto Insurance & Liability
    • Personal Auto Policy
    • TX Personal Auto Laws
    • Umbrella & Excess Liability
    Section 12: Inland Marine Insurance
    • Inland Marine Insurance
    Section 13: Insurance Fraud & Ethics
    • Fiduciary Duty & Ethics
    • TX Unlawful and Unfair Practices
    • Insurance Fraud
    • Fraud & False Statements
    • TX Insurance Rules and Regulations
    • TX Residual Markets
    Section 14: TX Practice Exam
    • TX Practice Exam
    Section 15: Applying for your producer license: Step-by-Step
    • Applying for your TX license
  • Back to Basics: A Review for Insurance Agents Course Outline

    • 01. Introduction
      • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • 02. What is Insurance?
      • What is Insurance?
      • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    • 03. Insurers and Risk
      • Types of Insurers
      • Hazards and Risks
      • Risk Management
      • Underwriting & Rating
    • 04. Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
      • Important Terms
      • Types of Hazards and Fraud
      • Cause and Loss
    • 05. Interest, Claims, and Valuation
      • Interest, Subrogation, and Claims
      • Valuation, Deductibles, and Coinsurance
    • 06. Liability
      • Liability Insurance and Policy Limits
      • Liability and Law
    • 07. Common Policy Provisions
      • Common Policy Provisions
    • 08. Final Exam
      • Final Exam: Back to Basics: A Review for Insurance Agents
  • Excluded Coverages: Covering Common Gaps Course Outline

    • 01. Introduction
      • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • 02. Transportation & Recreation
      • Inland Marine
      • Boatowners
    • 03. Government Coverages
      • Flood
      • Earthquake
      • Federal Terrorism Insurance
    • 04. Final Exam
      • Final Exam
  • Texas General Lines P&C Exam Prep Course Outline

     

    Section 1: Introduction
    • Course Preface – Welcome!
    • Taking This Course
    Section 2: The Insurance Contract
    • What is Insurance?
    • Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
    Section 3: Insurers, Hazards, and Risks
    • Types of Insurers
    • Hazards & Risks
    • Types of Hazards & Fraud
    • Risk Management
    • Underwriting & Rating
    Section 4: Cause, Loss, and Other Important Terms
    • Important Terms
    • Cause & Loss
    Section 5: Insurance Claims
    • Interest, Subrogation, & Claims
    • Valuation, Deductibles, & Coinsurance
    Section 6: Basics of Liability Insurance
    • Liability Insurance & Policy Limits
    • Liability & Law
    Section 7: Insurance Policy Provisions
    • Common Policy Provisions
    Section 8: Agent Roles & Responsibilities
    • The Agent & Authority
    • What is an Agent?
    Section 9: Homeowners & Dwelling Insurance
    • The Standard Fire Policy
    • The Homeowners Policy
    • TX Homeowners Supplement
    • The Dwelling Policy
    Section 10: Flood & Watercraft Insurance
    • Flood Insurance
    • Boatowners Coverage
    Section 11: Personal Auto Insurance
    • Personal Auto Policy
    • TX Personal Auto Laws
    • Mechanical Breakdown
    Section 12: Commercial Property & Equipment Breakdown
    • Commercial Property
    • Equipment Breakdown
    Section 13: Commercial Liability
    • Commercial General Liability
    • Specialty Liability
    • Umbrella & Excess Liability
    Section 14: Commercial Auto
    • Commercial Auto Insurance
    Section 15: Crime, Surety, & Fidelity Bonds
    • Surety Bonds & Fidelity Coverages
    • Commercial & Government Crime
    Section 16: Marine Insurance
    • Marine Insurance Preface
    • Ocean Marine Insurance
    • Inland Marine Insurance
    Section 17: Other Commercial Policies
    • Aviation Insurance
    • Farm Insurance
    • Crop Insurance
    • Federal Terrorism Insurance
    Section 18: Commercial Package Policies
    • Commercial Package Policies
    Section 19: Business Owners Policy
    • Business Owners Policy
    • Additional Coverages
    Section 20: Workers’ Compensation
    • Workers’ Compensation
    • TX Workers’ Compensation Supplement
    Section 21: Insurance Fraud & Ethics
    • Fiduciary Duty & Ethics
    • TX Unlawful and Unfair Practices
    • Insurance Fraud
    • Fraud & False Statements
    • TX Insurance Rules and Regulations
    • TX Residual Markets
    Section 22: TX Practice Exam
    • TX Practice Exam
    Section 23: Applying for your producer license: Step-by-Step
    • Applying for your TX license
  • Quien necesita la licencia 4-40?

    Esta licencia es requerida para trabajar en casi todas las agencias de aseguranza en la Florida. Es diseñada para trabajadores con salario fijono para agentes o agentes comerciales que ganan la mayoría de su sueldo con comisión de ventas. La licencia 4-40 le permite dar cuotas, explicar normas al cliente, y proveer importante asistencia al agente de ventas.

  • Cual es la parte de un Representante al Cliente?

    Como un representante al cliente, manejara muchas de las funciones de los agentes o de la agencia. Puede discutir las normas y coberturas con clientes, responder sus preguntas, estar encargado de información personal de clientes y clientes potenciales, o hacer cambios a normas. Representantes al cliente también pueden vender aseguranzas tal cuando estén supervisados por un agente licenciado. Otras responsabilidades de un representante al cliente incluye, mantener buenas relaciones con asegurados, vender coberturas adicionales, y animar a los clientes que refieran a familiares y amigos.

    Un representante al cliente es visto como la “cara” de una agencia ya que son ellos quien interactúan con asegurados y con asegurados potenciales todos los días. Pueden tener un impacto enorme en la satisfacción y retención de un cliente (cual es la meta de cualquier aseguranza) por eso son muy importantes. Representantes al cliente también pueden ganar comisiones  siempre y cuando las comisiones no excedan más de la mitad de un sueldo anual.

  • Cual es el proceso para aplicar para la licencia 4-40?

    Para aplicar para su licencia 4-40, primero tiene que completar un curso requerido y pre-aprobado por el estado, usualmente referido como “designación.” Nuestro curso de designación es titulado CIR cual significa Representante al Cliente de Aseguranza.

    Ya que complete su curso, estará listo para aplicar para su licencia 4-40.

  • Cuánto cuesta para aplicar para la licencia 4-40?

    Ya que complete nuestro curso de Representante al Cliente 4-40 de la Florida, y apruebe el examen incluido, tendrá que pagar las próximas cuotas:

    • Cuota de la licencia y el proceso: $50
    • Numero de licencia: $5
    • Proceso de huellas: $48.55
  • Hay posibilidades de crecimiento con la licencia 4-40?

    La respuesta simple: SI!

    Hoy en dia, aseguranza está en cada aspecto de nuestras vidas. La industria es una de las más grandes en el mundo y emplea millones de personas en cientos de trabajos y partes. No importa cual sea su interés, es muy probable que hay una posición en la industria que le convenga a sus talentos.

    En la escala más pequeña, la licencia 4-40 es una buena forma de entrar en esta industria retumbante. Trabajando como un representante al cliente podrá aprender más sobre la industria y las normas de las aseguranzas y experiencia si quisiera ser un agente de tiempo completo. Ya que complete su curso y haya trabajado como un representante al cliente con su licencia 4-40 por un año, califica para aplicar para la licencia 2-20 agente licenciado general. En comparación, alguien que no tenga su licencia 4-40 tiene que tomar un curso de 200-horas y aprobar el examen de el estado antes de aplicar.

  • Cuales son los cursos de estudios continuos y requisitos para renovar la licencia 4-40?

    La licencia 4-40 debe ser renovada cada 2 años. Mientras no hay una cuota para renovar su licencia, cada persona con esta licencia tiene que tomar y completar un curso de 10 horas y procesarlo con el estado para permanecer en norma.

    Las 10 horas de educación continua deben de consistir en 5-horas de reglas y éticas renovadas de la Florida y 5 horas adicionales de créditos electivos.

    Nosotros actualmente no ofrecemos los cursos de educación continua para la licencia 4-40 de la Florida.

    Para ver los detalles completos de como renovar su licencia y buscar cursos aprobados, puede visitar la página de finanzas de la Florida Florida Department of Insurance 4-40 Website Page. También puede llamar al departamento al (850) 413-3137 o escribir a  agentlicensing@myfloridacfo.com.

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