If you are planning to take the Property and Casualty Insurance agents’ exam for the state of Georgia, Atlanta Insurance School offers products and services that will help you pass on your first attempt. The state administers the test to make sure you understand basic insurance concepts, contract laws, and insurance policies.
Property and Casualty License
Atlanta Insurance School offers comprehensive study packages that will prepare you to ace the exams. If students pass our classroom homework assignments, we are confident that you will pass the Property And Casualty insurance exam for agents. In case you fail the exam, we will allow you to retake the pre-licensing class given certain requirements are met. The state of Georgia requires insurance agents to complete 40 hours of classroom or online training course prior to licensing. Upon completion of training, would-be agents need to pass a test as a sign of completion and competence. After this, you can file your application and submit certain requirements to the regulatory body. If all goes well, you will receive your license from the Georgia Insurance Department.
Our training classes are scheduled throughout the year and plotted in advance so you can fit it into your busy lifestyle. Registration for our classes can be done from the comforts of your own home through our secure platform.
General Requirements of Property and Casualty License
- Candidates must complete an approved 40-hour pre-licensing Classroom, Online, or Self-Study course
- Pre-licensing Course Exemption – Applicants for licenses in lines or sublines of property or casualty insurance who hold the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation are exempt
If you are thinking of applying for a Property and Casualty Insurance agent licensure, our pre-licensing class will guide you achieve that goal.