Texas Continuing Education (CE) Credit Requirements

Getting a high school or university diploma doesn’t mark the end of your learning years. You can continue all education through various courses or programs. That means you still have the chance to learn anything you missed at school. Sometimes, pursuing further education is even necessary. For example, getting your insurance adjuster license might be simple enough, but you have to renew it every two years if you want it to remain valid and relevant. Renewing your license sounds easy. But what does it entail? That’s what we’re here to talk about — the insurance adjuster continuing education credits. 

In short: you will need to put in some hours and do a couple of courses. But don’t worry — it won’t be nearly as difficult or overwhelming as studying back in your college days. So, let’s talk about what CE requirements are in the state of Texas.

What Are the Requirements?

Let’s get straight to the point: CE requirements include 24 hours of courses you will take every two years. Some of the courses are mandatory, so here’s what you’ll need to do:

  • 2 hours of ethics
  • 12–15 hours of classroom or classroom equivalents
  • Electives

You’ll probably want to go through courses relating to annuity, long-term care, floods, etc. Remember, you’re trying to hone and upgrade your professional skills. You don’t only have to do that when your license is expiring. Continuing education courses are a great way to push yourself further and reach your full potential. 

2021 Training offers a plethora of useful CE courses that you can look through and choose from. Our courses fulfill state requirements for license renewal, so you won’t have to worry about the number of hours you have left. Plus, we also offer a CE course package for more convenience.

What Are Your Options?

Now, let’s talk about your study options. Many people like to cram all courses into a short time when they realize that the two-year license renewal period is coming to an end. Instead, we suggest scheduling your studies so that you are able to keep up with your day-to-day responsibilities. 

When it comes to studying options, there are three things you can choose from: classroom, classroom equivalent, and self-study. The first one is pretty self-explanatory — it means you’ll be sitting in a classroom in front of a live instructor. The classroom equivalent courses will quiz you every 15 minutes to check your knowledge, and there is no final exam. On the other hand, the self-study option doesn’t have quizzes. Instead, you will have to pass a final exam for your credits to be accounted for.

2021 Training CE Courses

So, if it’s time to renew your license, look no further than 2021 Training. We have plenty of courses that will satisfy the 24 hours of continuing education you need. Also, we have courses for both new adjusters and Texas adjuster licensing. 

We invite you to check out our testimonials and see what other people had to say about us. Additionally, if you have any questions or anything you need assistance with, contact us, and we’ll be more than happy to help.