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Texas Insurance Adjuster License Training
Licensing for new adjusters in Texas. We can walk you through the process and show you the easiest way to get your license totally online without travel.
We offer CE courses to keep your Texas Insurance Adjuster License current. No need to travel to expensive conferences just to get your CE’s. Easy online alternative to fulfill your state requirements.
CA Earthquake Certification
California requires this certification to adjust earthquake claims in their state.
Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Course
Ethical Principles (2 CE Hrs)$20.00
Adjuster Concepts and Ethics Through Xactimate® X1
Practical Adjusting – Version 2.0$99.00
California Earthquake Certification (5.5 CE Hrs)$99.00
Other Types of Insurance – Farm, Crop, Flood, etc. (8 CE Hrs)$40.00
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Online Texas Insurance Adjuster Training
2021 Training provides a complete package of online training resources for new insurance adjusters in Texas. We can walk you through the process of earning your license in our online classroom – no travel required. Our curriculum satisfies all the requirements for obtaining an adjuster license in Texas from the comfort of your own home. We have helped more than 15,000 students become licensed, and we would love to add you to their number.
The curriculum consists of 32 hours of online course time and 8 hours of self-study. It only takes 40 hours of study to complete, and when you’re done, we administer the licensing exam that has been approved by the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI).
Texas requires licensed insurance adjusters to complete 24 hours of continuing education courses every two years. Two of those hours must be an ethics course. We offer a complete selection of online CE courses to keep your license current. There is no need to travel to expensive conferences just to get your CE credits. Our easy online alternative fulfills all state requirements, and we report your course completion to the state within two business days.
Real-Life Experience in Online Training
2021 Training was founded to fill in the significant gaps in online insurance adjuster training. We felt that the courses available at the time did not adequately prepare students for what they would encounter on the job. We stepped in and developed a curriculum that combined the core training materials with our real-world experience. Since then, we have been widely recognized throughout the industry as high-quality insurance adjuster trainers.
You can use our website as a portal to learn more about the courses we offer. When you’re ready, we offer convenient online purchase and checkout. You will be sent a link to our online classroom after you purchase the course of your choice, and you’ll be on your way to becoming a licensed insurance adjuster in Texas!
Insurance Adjuster Training News
Most of the nation is shivering with record-breaking low temperatures. As a licensed insurance adjuster in Texas, it’s unlikely you’ll work a lot of winter weather catastrophe sites here. But if you earn your Texas All-Lines Adjuster License from 2021 Training, you’ll be licensed to go on deployments to the 16 states that don’t have state-specific licensing programs – and a lot of them get very cold. From nor’easters in New Jersey to blizzards on the plains of the Dakotas, you’ll be qualified to work them all. Consider this a quick guide to what you might encounter in the field and how to make sure you’re prepared.
Part of being a licensed insurance claims adjuster is being ready to travel at a moment’s notice. You never know where and when disasters will happen, so you should keep a well-stocked travel bag that you can grab and go when catastrophe strikes. Even if some of these items seem like no-brainers, trust me when I say it’s better to gather everything ahead of time while you have a clear head than it is to try and remember everything you need when you’re hurrying off to a deployment.
Insurance agencies devote a lot of time and resources to detecting fraudulent claims. That’s because insurance fraud has always been a problem, and rates are on the rise. Even if fraud investigation isn’t your primary duty as an insurance claims adjuster, you’ll still need to know which red flags to watch out for when interviewing claimants and making your report. As someone who’s been in the insurance industry since 2008, I’ve developed a good sense of who is telling the truth and who is trying to be shady. Now I’m here to help you sharpen your lie-detection skills as well.