(All four days are required)
$400 (State-approved exam included)
Enrollment Deadline: Feb 18
Ethical Behavior of an Insurance Adjuster
Ethics: Two (2) credit hours - FREE
Enrollment Deadline: [ CANCELED ]
Must have valid Texas adjuster license to receive credit.
Insurance claims adjusters investigate insurance claims and determine how much an insurance company should pay for damages. They inspect property damage to homes, business, autos, planes, boats, etc., interview different people involved, consult with police, hospitals, and more, depending on the type of claim.Duties of an adjuster include (but are not limited to):
Adjusters can work directly for insurance companies usually at an office building or out of their home, an independent adjusting firm traveling to storm locations, or as a public adjuster who represents the policyholder.
The amount you earn as an adjuster can vary:
If you are not a Texas resident and your resident state requires adjusters to be licensed, you must obtain your adjuster license for that state before applying for the Texas license. If you are a resident of a reciprocal state, you will not need to take this class.
You can choose from one of our unique classes, specifically designed to help you become a licensed all-lines adjuster in Texas. An all-lines adjuster is licensed to handle any insurance claim in the state of Texas.
Some companies charge $500 for their class. After completing their class, you are required to travel to a testing facility to take a 150-question, computer-based test, drawn from over 1,000 possible questions. Many frustrated students take (and fail) the exam several times.
Our classes are designed with different learning styles in mind and our state-approved exam is given on the last day of class. No additional testing is required. Students also have online practice tests to reinforce the material.
Some states do not require licensed adjusters whereas other states do require adjusters to be licensed.
Many states recognize the high quality of the Texas Insurance Adjuster license. When you receive this license, you will be able to obtain a license in other states without taking another course or exam. Using https://www.Sircon.com, select the desired states, complete the applications, and pay the applicable application fees.
The following locations have specific licensing requirements. These do not offer reciprocity to the Texas adjuster license.
This four-day class is taught over two consecutive weekends. You must complete the prerequisite self-study and attend all four days.
The class meets 8:00-5:00 with a one-hour lunch break covering the following topics:
1425 W Pioneer Dr, Ste 203
Irving, TX 75061
The files listed below are necessary for this class and for you to get your adjuster license.
Texas Adjuster Training provides training for those wanting to earn their Texas adjuster license and become successful insurance adjusters.
The owner/instructor, Clark Covey, is a licensed all-lines adjuster (TDI # 1377293) and worked as an independent adjuster handling hundreds of catastrophic claims from hurricanes, floods, hail storms, tornadoes, and fires. He has worked as a desk adjuster, file examiner, team lead, and dispute reviewer. Currently, he assists claims analytics and provides oversight to Lender Placed claims. To help ensure claim compliance and claim handling consistency, he developed several computer applications for the adjusters and management.
Clark is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, a published author, a Real Estate Certified Professional Inspector (TREC # 20460) and a certified professional teacher in Texas.