The 40-hour OnLine Accredited Claims Adjuster pre-licensing course is designed to meet the requirements set
forth by the Florida Department of Financial Services for the Accredited Claims Adjuster.
Successful completion of this course leads to a 3-20 (T31-20) Public or 6-20 All-Lines (Independent/Company) Adjuster license.
This course is designed to be completed at your own pace, via the Internet. The course consists of eight units.
Each unit is graded separately. There is also a final exam at the end of the course.
The unit exams combined together are worth 50% of your final grade and the final exam comprises the other 50%.
In order to pass the course you must achieve a final grade average of at least 70%. After passing the course,
a Certificate of Completion will be mailed to you from the college. Successful passing of this course exempts you from the state exam.
The Accredited Claims Adjuster Designation course is comprised of the following units:
Unit One addresses Insurance Concepts and the Insurance Contract. Unit Two explores Ethics, Communication & Negotiation Skills.
Unit Three discusses Personal and Business Automobile Insurance. Unit Four covers Residential Property Insurance, Personal Article Floaters, Flood Insurance and Excess Policies.
Unit Five includes Commercial Property Insurance. Unit Six covers Casualty/Liability Insurance and the Commercial General Liability Policy.
Unit Seven includes Workers Compensation, Crime and Surety Bonds. Unit Eight contains Marine, Aviation and Boiler and Machinery Insurance.
Unit Nine addresses Health Insurance and Residual Markets, and Unit Ten deals with Florida Statutes.