Florida Insurance College

3-20 Resident Public Adjuster Package

Become a Resident Public Adjuster with our specially crafted package, Start to FINISH!

Steps to become a 3-20 Resident Public Adjuster:

  1. Complete our 6-20 Claims Adjuster ACA Designation Course. Passing this course waives your state exam!
  2. Maintain your 6 -20 license for six months with an active appointment.
  3. Complete the 3-20 Resident Public Adjuster License application.
  4. Purchase a fifty thousand-dollar ($50,000) Public Adjuster Surety Bond. Sold to our students at a discount!
  5. Pass the 3-20 Resident Public Adjuster license exam. Pass the state exam the first time with our 3-20 Exam Prep Course!

 

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Two Courses in One Package

6-20 Claims Adjuster Designation Course

$275 Value
  • Earn the ACA insurance designation
  • WAIVES the state exam
  • PERFECT course for "new" to insurance industry
  • Multimedia presentation
  • Unlimited Enrollment (take as little or as long as you need)
  • Immediate Certificate of Completion

3-20 Resident Public Adjuster
Course

$99 Value
  • General Property Insurance Product Knowledge
  • Property Insurance Policies
  • Motor Vehicle Physical Damaged and Mechanical Breakdown Insurance
  • Residual Markets
  • Adjuster Selected Florida Statutes
  • Florida Laws and Regulations Pertinent to Public Adjusters
  • Study this course to prepare for the state exam, while gaining 6 months experience as a Claims Adjuster.

Register for the 3-20 Public Adjuster Package and get both courses for only $350!

State Licensing Requirements:

6-20 All-Lines Adjuster License

  • Be a natural person at least 18 years of age.
  • Be a resident of the state of Florida.
  • Be a United States citizen or legal alien.
  • Complete an online application for License and submit appropriate fees.
  • Be fingerprinted at one of the Department's fingerprint sites.

3-20 Residents Public Adjuster License

  • Maintain your Florida 6-20 All-Lines Adjuster
  • License for six months with an active appointment.
  • Complete the 3-20 Resident Public Adjuster License application.
  • File a fifty thousand-dollar ($50,000) Public Adjuster Surety Bond.
  • Pass the 3-20 Resident Public Adjuster license exam.