Description This comprehensive course will prepare you for the final exam that will certify you as a knowledgeable, professional insurance adjuster, not only in Texas, but in the multiple states that offer reciprocity, as long as you also satisfy any unique state-based requirements. Earning the Texas Insurance Adjuster license requires attentive study, but this courseRead More…
This comprehensive course will prepare you for the final exam that will certify you as a knowledgeable, professional insurance adjuster, not only in Texas, but in the multiple states that offer reciprocity, as long as you also satisfy any unique state-based requirements.
Earning the Texas Insurance Adjuster license requires attentive study, but this course will walk you through each step with clear explanations and application questions to evaluate and apply your growing knowledge.The following topics are included in the course:
‘ Foundations and Interpretations of Legal Contracts
‘ Insurance Basics and Types of Insurers
‘ Adjusting Losses
‘ Homeowners and Dwelling Policies
‘ Homeowners (HO) Forms
‘ Personal and Business (Commercial) Automobile Insurance
‘ Commercial Line Coverage
‘ Business Owners Policy (BOP)
‘ National Flood Insurance Program
‘ Ocean Marine Insurance
‘ Farm Insurance
‘ Inland Marine Insurance
‘ Other Policies
‘ Texas Insurance RegulationsTesting: Since this is a classroom equivalent course, please use the guidelines below: There must be 4 interactive quizzes per hour, preferably every 15 minutes. For a 2 hr course, the student will take 8 different quizzes.
– The student must pass each quiz with a 70%.
– There are no final exams for classroom equivalent courses.
– Quizzes have to be randomized and have feedback. Therefore we usually have a quiz bank of 10 questions per quiz, but the student will only see five of these questions at a given time.
– The same 70-30 rule applies for the quiz bank only.Release Date: N/A Expiration Date: 4/20/2010
At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
– Discuss the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and water permitting programs
– Identify and apply technology-based effluent limitation guidelines
– Identify and discuss secondary treatment standards requirements
– Describe regulations, provisions, limits, and calculations that apply to permit development
– Discuss independent and specific approaches to implementing water quality standards
– Discuss the use of total maximum daily load (TMDL) and wasteload allocation (WLA) models to analyze discharge of and receiving water
– Discuss the TMDL program, its regulations, interpretations, and implementation
– Describe the NPS management program, including the Section 319 federal grant program
– Discuss federal agency roles and responsibilities regarding wetland management and steps followed to comply with Section 404 policies
End of Course Instructions
Congratulations on completing your course, you may now print your certificate of completion.
The final exam consists of 10 questions and must be passed with 70% to receive your certificate of completion.