This online course curriculum prepares a candidate to take and pass the state administered exam in order to earn a Property and Casualty Insurance license. The content consists of two main sections: the national core containing sections I through III, and the state law section containing section IV. Each chapter in sections I through III contains assessment questions to emphasize study points; in addition, there is a state law exam and a final exam at the end of the course.
The Online Prep Course will allow you to learn and remember the critical insurance vocabulary, concepts and products that will be tested on your State Licensing Exam. You'll find no fluff, no nice-to-know, no war stories just the essential information that you will need to obtain your license. This crucial knowledge is presented in easy to read, user-friendly language that is devoid of legal complexities and legislative mumbo-jumbo. We've even taken care to clearly define the insurance terms before we use them.
Your state insurance regulators built an Exam Content Outline which dictates the information which we must include in the Online Course and Resource Guide. Parts I through III of the Course and Resource Guide make up the 'national core' portion (useful in any state). Part IV is the State Law section of your course.
Part I: Property and Casualty Fundamentals
Chapter 1 Building a Property and Casualty vocabulary
Chapter 2 Contract Law
Chapter 3 Basics of Property Insurance
Chapter 4 Basics of Liability Insurance
Part II: Personal Lines
Chapter 5 Homeowners and Dwelling policies
Chapter 6 Personal Auto Policy
Chapter 7 Watercraft and Flood policies
Part III: Commercial Lines
Chapter 8 The Commercial Package policy
Chapter 9 Commercial Property
Chapter 10 Commercial General Liability
Chapter 11 Crime and Fidelity Bonds
Chapter 12 Equipment Breakdown Coverage
Chapter 13 Other Commercial Policies: Auto, Marine & Farm
Chapter 14 Business owners Policy
Chapter 15 Workers Compensation and Employers Liability
Part IV: State Insurance Laws
Chapter 16 General State Insurance Law
Chapter 17 State Personal Lines Law
Chapter 18 State Commercial Lines Law
You will be required to pass the Final Exam with a 70% to receive course credit and qualify for a completion certificate.