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Property & Casualty Pre-Licensing
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You can take your Property & Casualty Licensing classes from the convenience of your
Home or Office
24 hours a day - 7 days a week - 365 days a year!
Fulfill your Educational Requirements on your own Schedule.
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Call 1-800-288-5154 to speak with a customer service representative
if you have any further questions.
AN INSURANCE CAREER PROVIDES…
|* A Stimulating Work Environment
||* Competitive Salaries & Commissions
||* Part or Full Time Employment
||* Continuing Education Opportunities
||* Unlimited Career Potential
Those who wish to engage in the Insurance business in New Jersey are required to attend a pre-licensing course and pass a state licensing exam. Our purpose is to prepare you for your state licensing exam(s). Upon completion of our course(s) you will be given a "Certificate of Completion" which is used to gain admission into the state exam.
* New Licensing & Continuing Education Requirements *
The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance adopted new producer licensing regulations that became effective on January 1, 2007. The new regulations lowered the required classroom hours to 20 hours per licensing authority. Our schedules, as posted, have been adjusted to reflect the changes. It is important to note that some of our courses exceed the new minimum requirements. We also now include Question and Answer Software or other study aids with every course registration at no additional cost.
Who Must Be Licensed:
Any person who engages in the solicitation, negotiation or effectuation of insurance coverages and/or receives any commissions, brokerage fee, compensation or other consideration MUST BE LICENSED in New Jersey. In addition all Life Insurance Producers in New Jersey who want to sell variable products must obtain a Variable Life Insurance Producers License. To obtain this license you must pass the NASD series 6 exam and file your registration number with the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance. Please refer to Securities Courses for additional information.
Continuing Education Requirements:
Once licensed, the New Jersey Department of Insurance requires that all Insurance producers obtain 24 Continuing Education Credits each two-year licensing period. Continuing Education credits are obtained by taking Insurance related seminars or programs at approved schools like the American School of Business.