Texas CE Package B

$110.00

This package satisfies the 24-hour CE requirement for your *Texas insurance license and includes these individual courses:

  • #106844 – Basics of Contracts (1 hr.)
  • #112746 – Ethical Principles (2 hrs.)
  • #91170 – Licensing and Regulations for Adjusters (3 hrs.)
  • #91088 – Other Types of Insurance-Farm, Crop, Flood, etc. (8 hrs.)
  • #91168 – Settling Property Losses (3 hrs.)
  • #106289 – Understanding Commercial Insurance and Coverage (7 hrs.)

*These courses satisfy your Texas CE requirement regardless of your insurance license type.

  • Basics of Contracts

    This 1-hr CE class goes over the common elements of a business contract.

  • Ethical Principles

    This 2-hour CE course will discuss ethics as they are related to the insurance adjuster.  This will satisfy the 2-hour ethics requirement with the Texas Department of Insurance to renew your adjuster license in Texas.

    NOTE: If you've received CE credits for "Adjuster Concepts and Ethics Through Xactimate" -- course #104865 -- TDI will not allow CE credits from this course during the same 2-year CE reporting period.

  • Licensing and Regulations for Adjusters

    This 3-hr CE class discusses the history of insurance along with current licensing requirements. You will also learn about protection of consumer interests as well as what it takes to be a claim adjuster.

  • Other Types of Insurance – Farm, Crop, Flood, etc.

    This 8-hr CE class will discuss some of the more uncommon insurances that we deal with. This is a great class to build your awareness of the other facets of insurance that you may choose to work in.

  • Settling Property Losses

    This 3-hr CE class will cover Loss Settlement Valuation, Adjusting Losses, and Settling Losses. You will fully understand Actual Cash Value and Replacement Cost Value at the end of this course and how they are used in property insurance.

  • Understanding Commercial Insurance & Coverages

    This 7-hr CE class will discuss the different commercial policies such as CPP (Commercial Package Policy), BOP (Business Owner Policy), CGL (Commercial General Liability Policy) and CAP (Commercial Auto Policy).

Details

Basics of Contracts

Texas CE Information

TDI Course # 106844, Classroom Equivalent

Texas CE Hours

1 CE Hour

Ethical Principles

Texas CE Information

TDI Course # 112746, Classroom Equivalent

Texas CE Hours

2 CE Hours

Licensing and Regulations for Adjusters

Texas CE Information

TDI Course # 91170, Classroom Equivalent

Texas CE Hours

3 CE Hours

Other Types of Insurance – Farm, Crop, Flood, etc.

Texas CE Information

TDI Course # 91088, Classroom Equivalent

Texas CE Hours

8 CE Hours

Settling Property Losses

Texas CE Information

TDI Course # 91168, Classroom Equivalent

Texas CE Hours

3 CE Hours

Understanding Commercial Insurance & Coverages

Texas CE Information

TDI Course # 106289, Classroom Equivalent

Texas CE Hours

7 CE Hours

Residents of These States Can Designate Texas as their Designated Home State

  • Colorado
  • Illinois
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • New Jersey
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • Wisconsin

States That Accept Texas as a Dedicate Home State

Residents of these states can use their Texas Adjuster License.

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