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Associate in General Insurance (AINS)

Earn Your AINS Designation!

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ABTrainingCenter.com offers AINS training and certification courses for those individuals interested in earning the prestigious Associate in General Insurance designation.

The Associate in General Insurance (AINS) designation provides a solid foundation to help you accelerate your career in insurance. The courses provide you with a comprehensive knowledge of insurance principles, practices, policies, and coverages, while the optional electives allow you to focus on areas relevant to your professional goals.

The AINS is recommended for people in all functional areas of property-casualty insurance, managers or supervisors, customer service representatives, call center staff, and administrative and support staff.

Curriculum

To earn the designation, candidates must follow one of the required paths below, successfully passing an examination for each of the courses therein.

Required Courses

  • AINS 21, AINS 22, and AINS 23 (no electives required)
  • AINS 21 and AINS 22 + Pass the exam for any elective course listed below except CPCU 555
  • AINS 21 and AINS 23 + Pass the exam for any elective course listed below except AAI 82, APA 92, CPCU 551 or CPCU 552
  • Note: It is best to take AINS 21 prior to taking AINS 22 or AINS 23. The required Ethics course can be taken at anytime.
Course Descriptions
  • AINS 21: Property and Liability Insurance Principles
  • AINS 22: Personal Insurance
  • AINS 23: Commercial Insurance
Elective Course Functional Areas

All:

  • CPCU 500 Foundations of Risk Management and Insurance
  • CPCU 520 Insurance Operations, Regulation, and Statutory Accounting
  • CPCU 530 The Legal Environment of Risk Management and Insurance
  • CPCU 540 Business and Financial Analysis for Risk Management and Insurance Professionals
  • CPCU 551 Commercial Property Risk Management and Insurance
  • CPCU 552 Commercial Liability Risk Management and Insurance
  • CPCU 555 Personal Risk Management and Property-Liability Insurance
  • CPCU 556 Personal Financial Planning
  • CPCU 560 Financial Services Institutions
  • AIM 40 Contemporary Management
  • AIM 44 Human Resource Management
  • AIT 131 Essentials of Information Technology
  • AIT 132 Insurance Uses of Technology
  • AIT 134 The Strategic Management of Information
  • AIAF 111 Statutory Accounting for Property-Casualty Insurers
  • AIAF 112 Insurance Information Systems
Agent/Broker, Customer Service, Call Center:
  • API 28 Personal Insurance: Underwriting and Marketing Practice
  • API 29 Personal Insurance: Portfolio Management and Issues
  • AU 65 Commercial Underwriting: Principles and Property
  • AU 66 Commercial Underwriting: Liability and Advanced Techniques
  • AAI 82 Multiple-Lines Insurance Production
  • AAI 83 Agency Operations and Sales Management
  • ANFI 205 National Flood Insurance: Fundamentals
  • ANFI 206 National Flood Insurance: Advanced Studies
Claims:
  • AIC 33 Claim Handling Principles and Practices
  • AIC 34 Workers' Compensation and Managing Bodily Injury Claims
  • AIC 35 Property Loss Adjusting
  • AIC 36 Liability Claim Practices
Reinsurance:
  • ARe 144 Reinsurance Principles and Practices
Risk Management:
  • ARM 54 Risk Assessment
  • ARM 55 Risk Control
  • ARM 56 Risk Financing
  • ERM 57 Enterprise-Wide Risk Management
Underwriting:
  • API 28 Personal Insurance: Underwriting and Marketing Practices
  • API 29 Personal Insurance: Portfolio Management and Issues
  • AU 65 Commercial Underwriting: Principles and Property
  • AU 66 Commercial Underwriting: Liability and Advanced Techniques
Other Specialty:
  • APA 91 Principles of Premium Auditing
  • APA 92 Premium Auditing Applications
  • AMIM 121 Ocean Marine Insurance
  • AMIM 122 Inland Marine Insurance
  • AFSB 151 Principles of Suretyship
  • AFSB 152 Contract Surety
  • AFSB 153 Crime Insurance and Noncontract Surety
  • ASLI 163 Surplus Lines Insurance Operations
  • ASLI 164 Surplus Lines Insurance Products
  • IR 201 Insurance Regulation

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Additional Info For The AINS Designation

Examination Requirements

  • Each AINS exam is a two-hour, 85 objective question, computer-administered exam (exams for elective courses vary)
  • Your results will be provided immediately upon the completion of your exam.
  • National exams are given at local testing centers during the following two-month windows:
    • January 15 - March 15
    • April 15 - June 15
    • July 15 - September 15
    • October 15 - December 15
  • Exam fees will apply
  • Contact Prometric testing centers at 800-266-3232 for more info or to schedule your exam

Ethics Requirement

Those pursuing the AINS designation must pass a 50-question exam in the Ethical Guidelines For Insurance Professionals online module. This module is offered by the Institutes at no charge. If you wish to earn CE credits for passing the 50-question, objective, online exam included with it, there is a nominal $5 administrative fee.


Additional Requirements

Candidates are not required to meet experience or education requirements to attain this designation.


Continuing Education Requirements

A designee is not required to fulfill any annual continuing education requirements, nor are there any annual fees for a designee to maintain the designation.


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