1891WB - 40-Hr General Lines (440 to 220 Conversion) Licensing Webinar - LIVE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM (Fri-Sat-Fri-Sat only)

DateClass TypeAddressCityStatePrice
7/26/2024 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM ESTWebinar$396.00

Approval ID# 93828

This is the 40-hour General Lines Qualification course for those who have completed at least 1 year within the last four years of responsible insurance duties as a licensed and appointed Customer Representative (440), Personal Lines Agent (20-44), or Service Representative (0-55) in the areas of property, casualty, surety, marine, and health insurance.  It is also a "Crash Course" in Property-Casualty Insurance for those who need a comprehensive review of all the concepts and material necessary to pass the General Lines 2-20 Licensing Exam.

 Books required for this course include the Stateprep "General Lines Exam Prep Workbook" and the state manual.


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