Public Insurance Adjusters Training new requirements for California:

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In the event that you haven’t heard, as of January 1, 2017, Public Insurance Adjusters Training are now required to take 20-hours of pre license course work prior to licensure. This is based upon SB 488 and has been added to the California Insurance Code as Section 15009.1.

No provider at this time has an approved Public Insurance Adjusters Training currently available, CDI is allowing Public Insurance Adjusters applicants to complete a 20-hour Property Broker-Agent prelicensing course to meet their training requirement.

Public Insurance Adjusters Training

Package (includes all of the following)
20 hr Public Insurance Adjuster Training
Pre license

99% of students meeting our study criteria pass on the 1st Try!


Video Class (Pre license Online) [$39 value]

This is the Required class hours before taking the California State Exam. 
Video Access: 90 days

  • 20-30 minute videos & review quizzes to strength your knowledge of each section.
  • Unlimited review during access
  • Instant printable Certificate of Completion.
  • All completed course credits are automatically sent to the California Department of Insurance.
  • California accredited

Book Printed (Pre license) [$55 value]

  • Graphs, charts, and definitions.
  • Additional prelicensing study material. Best when used with our Exam Practice (Prep) questions.
  • No extra shipping & tax.

Exam Practice (Exam Prep) with tutoring [$160 value]

Questions Access: 90 days – Double regular access!

  • Unlimited review during access
  • Topic structure helps determine your strength and weaknesses.
  • Tutoring by phone & email
  • Instant feedback online when you get a question wrong with details on the correct answer.

Authorizing Act: Section 15007 of the California Insurance Code (CIC) reads, in part:

A Public Insurance Adjuster is a person who, for compensation, acts on behalf of or aids in any manner, an insured in negotiating for or effecting the settlement of a claim or claims for loss or damage under any policy of insurance covering real or personal property or any person who advertises, solicits business, or holds himself or herself out to the public as an adjuster of those claims and any person who, for compensation, investigates, for those losses on behalf of any public insurance adjuster.

 

Includes the following classes and materials: [click on links below to purchase al la carte]