Insurance Adjuster Licensing - Increasing Knowledge & Skills

AE21 Online has two types of insurance adjuster licensing courses:

Exam-Waived: Students who pass these courses are permitted to “waive” the state exam and secure an All-Lines Adjuster’s License.  Like no other online insurance pre-licensing course available, these programs ensure that licensees gain a sound foundation in the principles and practices of insurance and adjusting, and once so licensed, they are capable of instantly applying this newfound knowledge to help improve the productivity and performance of any claims organization.  (Available in Florida and Texas only!)

 

Adjusters licensed through the AE21 Online program enjoy greater than a 98% pass rate, and have consistently proven to be far more successful in their adjusting careers than their peers… 

 

Exam-Prep: Did you know...that for most states (even Florida and Texas) where insurance adjuster license exams are administered by Prometric, Pearson Vue, and others, that 1st time pass ratios are generally low, and quite often, it takes a 2nd or 3rd time before a license candidate passes the exam.

AE21 has carefully researched the way these examinations were designed and how the questions are asked, and we know how to make sure you pass on the 1st try!  Our online study programs are developed with insight into the most relevant information needed for students to pass their adjuster exams on the first try, and we have carefully designed these programs with the flexibility to address the unique study needs of both entry-level AND experienced adjusters.  (Currently available for ConnecticutLouisiana, and West Virginia with more states coming!)

 

These courses come complete with a printable course guide, self-study quick notes, and dozens of knowledge-checks that reinforce the issues and concepts one needs to know.  Unlimited practice exams provide hundreds of questions just like those that students will see on the official State Licensing Exam.

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