Thank you for your interest in our program. Our insurance adjuster training courses were designed by adjusters with real-world experience. At 2021 Training, our goal is to not only get our students licensed, but to give them the tools and knowledge they really need to succeed in this profession.
We understand that you might be hesitant to jump through the hoops required to get your adjuster license, so we do everything we possibly can to make the process easy and streamlined for you. The classes are taken online, at your own pace. The content of the courses prepares you for your final exam and beyond.
You’ve already taken the first step by researching what it takes to become a licensed insurance adjuster in Texas. Now let’s look ahead to the signup, completion, and final licensing processes.
Signing Up for the Course
We designed our courses with your convenience in mind. That’s why we make them available on our website for easy online purchase.
To sign up, simply choose the courses you wish to take from our online selection. Once you’ve gone through the shop’s checkout process, you will immediately be emailed a link to our classroom along with your login and password to begin your course.
You do not need to download an app; all of the courses are done through the 2021 training website. Past students have completed their training using just a web browser on their computers, phones and tablets.
Completing the Course
Next, sign into the classroom and start learning! Because you’re not limited to a physical location or a set schedule, you can take the course with you wherever you go and complete it in your free time.
Our licensing course is a 40-hour class as dictated by the state, consisting of 32 hours of online content and 8 hours of self-study homework. Our Texas Smart Start package is modeled after a 7-day live class consisting of a Licensing Class (3 days), Xactimate Class (3 days), and Practical Adjusting (1 day).
Students receive a study guide to fill out throughout the duration of the course, which they can then use as a review sheet for the final exam. We administer the Texas Adjuster License Test at the end of the course.
After Completion: How to Get Your Insurance Adjuster License
After the classes are done, we administer an exam that has been approved by the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI). No other testing is required of the student. After passing the test, students will receive a certificate of completion. After this is received, they may apply for their insurance adjuster license through the state of Texas.
The test is in our online classroom and is taken wherever the student chooses. Since it is not required to be taken in a proctored setting, the TDI requires the student to secure a “disinterested third party” to be their exam monitor/proctor. TDI defines this “disinterested third party” as someone who is not related to the student by blood or marriage and does not report to the student in a work-related environment. This proctor/monitor must be with the student when they take the timed 3-hour final exam and will be required to complete a form once the test is passed.
Once you have finished the coursework, gotten fingerprinted, and filled out your application with the state, you will receive your official insurance adjuster license number. At that point, you will be employable in the insurance adjuster field.
Advance Your Career with 2021 Training
We are thrilled to have helped more than 15,000 students obtain their adjuster licenses, and we want to add you to their number! Our instructors are passionate about sharing their real-world knowledge in a convenient online setting. In fact, they developed this course because they found the online instruction available at the time to be lacking. They wanted to give their students the very best training.
If you are considering getting your license to advance your career, give us a call or email today. We will happily answer your questions and point you to the right courses to take. If you’re still undecided, feel free to browse through our site and learn more about the insurance adjuster profession.