40-Hours 2-20 Conversion Course

Florida Insurance College

40 Hour 2-20 Conversion Course

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Description: This Florida-approved 40 Hour 2-20 Conversion Course is offered entirely online including the course final exam. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be eligible to sit for the state examination (state exam must be taken at a PearsonVue site). Work at your own pace with your instructor available by email or telephone.

Required Text: The Florida Department of Financial Services regulations require that all 2-20 insurance agent license candidates obtain the latest edition of the FAIA Study Manual from the Florida Association of Insurance Agents. Order Online: https://www.faia.com/forms/study-manual-order or Order by Phone: 850-893-4155.


Course Provider: Florida Insurance College
FLDFS Provider #: 371609
Course Approval #: 106018
Enrollment Length: Unlimited Enrollment (take as little or as long as you need)

Price: $99.99

  • Exam Prep Materials: Free Electronic Flash Cards
  • Exam Prep Materials: Free Exam Simulator
  • Exam Prep Materials: Free SMARTnotes – Exam Prep Manual

Topics of Instruction

Per Florida regulation, the 40 Hour 2-20 Conversion Course covers the following topics of instruction:

  • General Information
  • Property & Liability Insurance Concepts
  • Property & Casualty Policy Provision and Contract Law
  • Homeowners Insurance
  • Dwelling Insurance
  • Health Insurance
  • Financial Services Regulation
  • Personal Automobile Insurance
  • Insurance Definitions
  • Insurance Licensing Requirements
  • DFS Rules and Regulations

State Licensing Requirements:

  • 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.