Career Training to Get Ahead
Training at Insurance Education Centers of America goes far beyond simple preparation for state insurance exams. We offer comprehensive career training to equip you for immediate success in the field.
At Insurance Education Centers of America, the education environment and classroom arrangement are designed to maximize the learning potential of each student. It has been proven that students learn better by doing, which is why Insurance Education Centers of America provides our students with real-world, hands-on training in all facets of the Insurance Adjusting Industry. Within our modern training facility, our students have access to cutaways, visual aids and mock-ups to demonstrate construction techniques, materials and repairs. Outside the facility, our students have the opportunity to examine interior and exterior property damage on actual homes and commercial properties in the community. From hail-damaged roofs to total losses from fires or floods, students learn to estimate losses by working real and simulated claims. Students are also provided the opportunity to practice producing estimates by working directly with damaged vehicles.
Upon completion of training, you will be equipped and prepared to enter the field as one of the most highly-trained adjusters in the industry. Not only will you become a licensed Insurance Adjuster in the states of Oklahoma and Texas, with reciprocity in 32 other states (see below), you will also have the tested and proven skills vital to immediate success in the field.
Reciprocity: The Power of the Texas Adjuster's License
Adjuster licensing reciprocity is the system whereby a state will recognize and honor the validity of another state's license. This enables adjusters to obtain another state's license without taking that state's exam or equivalent coursework. Over 30 states grant reciprocity with the Texas All-Lines Adjuster License making it the most universally accepted adjuster license in the country.
In addition, some states (Missouri, Virginia, and Kansas for example) do not require an adjuster license to work claims.
Reciprocity does not mean that, having obtained the Texas Adjuster's license, you are immediately licensed in 32 states. You will still need to apply for each particular state's licenses according to the regulating agency of the state.
It is important to note that in order to enjoy the benefits of reciprocity through the Texas Adjuster's License, in most cases you will need to have a resident license in your home state. For example, a resident of Georgia seeking to obtain a Florida adjuster's license through their Texas All-Lines Adjuster's license will only be able to do so by: a) holding their Georgia adjuster's license or b) establishing residency in Texas. However, if your state of residence does not have a licensing requirement but you hold your Texas All-Lines Adjuster's License, you will be eligible for reciprocity with other states. Thus, a resident of Missouri (no state licensing requirement) who has a non-resident license from Texas will still be able to be licensed in Florida without being required to take the Florida exam.
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