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3 day Texas Licensing Class, 1 day Practical Adjusting Class, and 3 day Xactimate 27 class. All classes run 7:00am - 6:00pm.
Your career starts here with our Total Adjuster Training Package. We understand that a license by itself will not prepare you for your claims career, and this series of courses was designed with you in mind.
First, we walk you though the state license, with the Texas All-Lines Adjuster course. This class will familiarize you with the terms and practices of the industry and is one of the nation's most coveted licenses due to its high level of reciprocity with other states. This reciprocity allows adjusters who hold this license to work in multiple states without the burden of taking each state's exam or course requirements.
Attendees of this course fulfill all necessary pre-licensing requirements to obtain the Texas All-Lines Adjuster License. No further testing or coursework is required upon completion. Simply file the application (provided in our course) with the Texas Department of Insurance.
The class consists of 30 hours of in-class time (3 consecutive ten-hour days) in conjunction with 10 hours of self-study, culminating in the administration of our state-approved exam. The exam is administered and monitored by the instructor and an assistant at the same location as the class.
NOTE: The classes held in Mobile, AL and Hammond, LA will be 4 consecutive ten-hour day classes. These specific locations offer TX, FL and IN licenses.
A passing mark of 70% is required on the 150 multiple-choice test. Our students in 2009 had a pass rate of 99.3% - the first time the exam was given! If for any reason you do not pass this test, our Pass Assistance Program includes private tutoring before we give you another test. Your success is guaranteed.
Per TDI Requirements, the All-Lines Adjuster Course covers the following topics:
This license certifies adjusters to work residential, commercial, automobile, farm and ranch, ocean and inland marine, as well as workman's compensation claims.
- Insurance Terms and Concepts
- Personal Lines Coverage (Homeowner's Policy Forms A, B, C)
- Commercial Lines
- Automobile Coverages
- Inland Marine
- Ocean Marine
- Marketing Practices
- Standard Fire Policy
- Adjuster Bonds
- Additional Coverages, Exclusions, and Extensions
- Adjuster Practices
- Adjuster Licensing Requirements
- Worker's Compensation
Then, we lead you through the process of adjusting a property claim in our “how to scope a loss” Practical Adjusting class. This course is a 1-day practicum in basic catastrophe claims adjusting. This class was created for the aspiring adjuster who may be unfamiliar with the elements of residential construction and the proper protocol for an inspection or "scope".
Course topics include:
- Scoping Procedure
- Equipment Discussion
- Techniques of Measuring
- Basic Construction
- Damage Analysis
- Methods of Repair
Finally, our Xactimate 27 Basic through Advanced class gets you ready to write estimates with the software mandated by many insurance carriers. Don’t be left behind because you don’t know how to use Xactimate.
It will cover:
Students attending this three-day Xactimate 27 workshop are expected to furnish their own laptop. The system requirements are as follows:
- Basic data entry and estimate set-up
- Estimate "structure" and proper order/grouping
- "Dimensioning" (building rooms and elevations with width/length/height)
- Basic Sketch functions (building rooms in Sketch)
- Line item entry and several item search strategies
- How to build an estimate that will get through file review (and file review will appreciate!)
- How to build an estimate that will cover the actual cost to rebuild
- "Speed-estimating" techniques: templates, macros and more!
- Advanced Sketch
- Advanced Roof Sketch
- Graphical Estimating (estimating items through Sketch interface)
- Sketch Templates
- Multiple Levels
- Ceiling Types
- Saddles and Crickets
- Assembly Experts
- Admin to Estimate Relay
- Multiple Reporting
- Usage of Activity Diary
- Tokens: Creation and Usage
- Price List Editing
At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to write professional, comprehensive claims that'll make file-reviewers smile!
- Operating System - Operating systems on which Xactimate 27 is supported include Windows® XP / Vista; it will not run on a Mac
- Processor Speed - 1.5 GHz or higher recommended (1 GHz minimum supported; may limit performance and some features)
- RAM - 1 GB of RAM recommended (512 MB of RAM minimum supported; may limit performance and some features)
- Hard Drive Space - 1.5 Gig of available hard drive space
- Monitor Resolution - SVGA color monitor with resolution set at 1024x768 or higher required
- Connectivity - High speed Internet connection (DSL, cable, ISDN, T-1, etc.) recommended (56K modem minimum supported)
- Xactimate 27 Software - if you do not have a subscription to the software, you may download a demo here.
These three classes are especially designed to give you a huge advantage toward success in your new career as an insurance adjuster.
Your All-Lines Adjuster Pre-Licensing Course #16439 and Exam is approved by the Texas Department of Insurance under Provider #33304.
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||AdjusterPro represents the highest standard of excellence in insurance adjuster certification and continuing education. As a certified provider of the Texas All-Lines Adjuster Pre-Licensing Course, AdjusterPro delivers a 3-day intensive seminar enabling students to obtain their Texas adjuster's license upon completion. Continuing Education credits, sufficient to maintain this license, are available through Xactimate 27 and Basic Adjusting workshops.
Instructors bring to each class years of experience both in the classroom as educators and in the field as insurance adjusters. Curriculum is relevant and engaging with classroom participation being an integral component. Emphasis upon comprehension rather than mere memorization ensures students tackle the exam with the highest level of preparation. Once completed, students are not only eligible for their license, but are fundamentally ready to meet the practical challenges of the insurance adjuster industry.
Refund/Course Cancellation Policy:
Students who cancel their registration at least 24 hours prior to the beginning of class are eligible for a refund of their tuition payment less a $50 administrative fee. Students cancelling within 24 hours of class are not eligible for refund but may reassign their registration to any future course at no additional charge. Any student unable to attend class may reschedule at no additional charge.
Students are eligible for a full refund less a $50 administrative fee within 24 hours of first logging in to their online course. After 24 hours, refunds are not available.
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