The next (and final) class this year will be Nov 5-6, 12-13 and the enrollment deadline is Oct 30.
The next class will be in September 2022.
One spot opened in the May class.
The May 2022 class is sold out.
The next class will be in July 2022.
The December class is sold out.
The next class will be in March 2022.
Hurricane season begins in less than two weeks (Jun 1); however, many adjusters have been busy with freeze, hail, and wind damage from the 19 declared catastrophes we have already seen this year.
Have you worked any of these claims? If you do not yet have your adjuster license, attend a class soon (with any school) and submit your application to the Department of Insurance.
If you do have your adjuster license but have not worked many claims, search online for "IA Firms" (it doesn't matter where their corporate office is located) and start applying. When you were trying to get your first job, no one would hire you because you did not have any experience, but you couldn't get experience because no one would hire you! Starting out as a catastrophe adjuster is similar. As you may recall, the more applications you submitted, the greater the number of companies willing to hire you.
2020 is over and 2021 is full of promise.
The next all-lines class is coming soon: Mar 13-14, 20-21
Until everyone is able to be vaccinated against COVID, class sizes are capped at 12 students.
The November class is sold out.
2021 class schedule to be posted soon.
Due to the overwhelming number of students wanting to enroll, I decided to offer another class in November, on Nov 7-8/14-15. The deadline to enroll is Nov 1.
The October class is sold out.
When the 2021 class dates are finalized, the site will be updated.
Please read about coronavirus safety measures when working claims on the Helpful Links page
COVID-19 Virus Update:
TDI has responded to my request to provide the class via the Internet.
Only the instruction portion of the class can be presented via webinar; however, the exam must be given in person with my exam using a test booklet, or with a computer-based exam provided by Pearson.
Taking the exam would also depend upon when travel restrictions are lifted. Dallas County (classroom location) has extended travel restrictions to May 27 (for now), so I would administer the exam with my next class. The exam date would be Aug 2 (providing we are able to resume normal activities). Even if I provided the class via webinar on the originally scheduled class dates, it would be approximately three months before you would be able to take the exam.
At this time, I am canceling the April class and hopefully resume in July.
Again, I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
COVID-19 Virus Update:
Due to the dangers surrounding the Coronavirus, I have requested a waiver from the Texas Department of Insurance, allowing me to teach the class via Zoom. If the waiver is not granted, the class will be rescheduled to a later date to help ensure the safety of all the students and instructor(s).
I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
All students from the Feb/Mar All-Lines Pre-License class passed their exam!
Enroll today for our next class on Apr 25, 26, May 2, 3.
A blog dedicated to how you think and behave as an adjuster is now available on the Helpful Links page.
If you would like to provide some tips or give some feedback, please send them via the Contact page.
We are offering a free 2-hour Ethics/Consumer Protection class on January 15, 2020 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.*
Enrollment is open and seating is limited.
Class location: 14465 Webb Chapel Road, Suite 101, Farmers Branch, TX 75234-3682
Click here to register
*To ensure credit is received, you must attend class (signing in at the beginning and out at the end) and provide your Texas Adjuster license number.