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Customer Insurance Representative (CIR) License (4-40) - Live

June 24-26: times 8am to 6pm
July 29-31: times 8am to 6pm
August 26-28: times 8am to 6pm
Sept 23-25: times 8am to 6pm
Oct 28-30: times 8am to 6pm
Dec 2-4: times 8am to 6pm

All classes will be taught at the Lake Mary location: 59 Skyline Drive, Suite 1550, Lake Mary, FL 32746 unless otherwise indicated.

Price: $475.00

Course Description

The CIR designation exempts you from the 4-40 state exam. The Florida Certified Insurance Representative (CIR) program is recognized in Florida statutes as an approved designation that exempts applicants from the state exam for the Florida 4-40 customer representative license. Florida Insurance College through NACCIA offers you an exciting opportunity to become a licensed 4-40 Customer Rep in Florida.

Per Florida regulatory compliance, the Certified Adjuster Designation covers the following topics of instruction:

  • Insurance Terms and Concepts
  • Personal Lines Coverages (Homeowner's Policies Form A, B, C)
  • Liability Coverage
  • Commercial Lines
  • Automobile Coverages
  • Inland Marine
  • Ocean Marine
  • Marketing Practices
  • Standard Fire Policy
  • Adjuster Bonds
  • Additional Coverages, Exclusions, and Extensions
  • Adjuster Practices
  • Adjuster Licensing Requirements
  • Worker's Compensation

Note: Topics are presented within the context of real-life examples.

Licensing Course Exam: The course evaluates students through a series of quizzes administered twice daily, rather than one comprehensive final exam.

Enrollment Length: Three days

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. Apply for license.
  • Be fingerprinted at one of the Department's fingerprint sites. Fingerprint locations & additional information.