We’re excited to announce that All-Lines Training, a national provider of insurance licensing and CE training, has released our Texas Insurance training courses. Texas Property & Casualty General Lines Producer Exam Prep, Personal Lines Property & Casualty Exam Prep, and Continuing Education (CE) courses are now available.
All-Lines courses are 100% online and self-paced, with content that has been carefully researched based on Texas Department of Insurance testing guidelines. Students are given unlimited access to learning modules and practice exams.
If you’re new to the insurance industry, or you’re looking to accelerate your career, our online training platform is simple, reliable, and available 24/7 so you can quickly become a licensed producer.
- Unlimited access to your courses via computer or tablet
- In-progress courses never expire
- Interactive quiz builder for tailored learning
- Unlimited practice exams and printable references
- Optional course audio narration
- Digital note builder and bookmarking tool
- Award-winning customer service via phone, email, or chat
Our courses were designed with one goal in mind – helping you pass the Texas Insurance license state exam.
The Value of Getting Licensed
Obtaining your Property & Casualty License will open doors to new and exciting career opportunities. Licensees may go on to become insurance agents and work for local or national insurance agencies or carriers. Licensees may also consider a career path in insurance marketing, or as an underwriter with regional or national insurance brokers, or carriers. Other licensees may form a registered business, apply for an agency license and go on to start their very own insurance agency!
According to U.S. News, the average salary for a licensed insurance agent ranges from $52,000 to $79,000. According to Indeed the average salary for an insurance underwriter is $92,000 with many opportunities reaching six figures for experienced candidates.
All-Lines Training’s course plus the Texas insurance exam cost of $55 and the Texas producer application cost of $50 is an investment in a future career with great earning potential.
The insurance industry offers a vast array of employment options, but the first step in your journey is to study for your state exam.