[Premier] Oregon General Lines Insurance Adjuster
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This package prepares students to study for the General Lines Insurance Adjuster exam. This course is delivered entirely over the internet. This course package includes:
Oregon General Lines Insurance Adjuster course: This online course covers personal lines insurance, commercial lines insurance, and finally the specific information about general lines adjusters
Property and Casualty Exam Prep: This course is a test simulation of property and casualty insurance questions. The practice exam will present 100 questions with a 2-hour time limit. Students can take the practice exam as many times as needed to become confident to register for the actual Oregon licensing exam.
This package of courses also includes video commentary from the instructor at the end of most chapters, helping you retain the key points you will need to remember to become a licensed general lines insurance adjuster. This package includes a proactive instructor who will give feedback on your learning progress in addition to live instructor support by telephone and email. Another feature of this package is that it includes a student textbook of the Oregon General Lines Insurance Adjuster course.
Please see the course descriptions below for more information and to download the course syllabus.
|Category:||Vocational Training > Insurance > License Training > Oregon|
|Features:||online video, textbook, proactive instructor, PDF eBook|
14355 SW ALLEN BLVD STE 240,
Portland, OR 97223
A General Lines Adjuster license allows someone to adjust and process claims relative to property damage (losses). An adjuster is charged with the responsibility of fair and equitable settlement. The specific duties involve verification of insurance coverage; establish the sequence of events that resulted in the damage (loss), which may require interviews with claimants and/or witnesses and consulting with authorities when appropriate; inspection of the damaged property to determine the extent of the monetary loss; and finally negotiate an appropriate settlement.
This course prepares students to pass the licensing exam for a general lines insurance adjuster license in Oregon. This course covers the following nineteen topics separated into three units:
Each unit is further divided into chapters, with video reviews available at the end of most chapters. After the review video, a review quiz will test your comprehension of the chapter topic. Final exams will be presented at the end of each of the three major units (personal lines, commercial lines, and lines adjuster). To demonstrate competency in each unit, you will need to obtain final exam scores equivalent to a "C" (75%) or better.
Upon enrollment, you will be assigned a course instructor. Students are encouraged to contact their instructor whenever such contact will be helpful to review or explain course content, procedures, or requirements. In addition, the instructor will review and, if determined necessary, comment on each quiz and final exam to assist you in understanding course concepts.
With exception of instructor support offered by telephone and email, the course, its materials, and delivery system are entirely over the Internet. In order to be able to access and complete the course, you only needs an Internet accessible computer. OnlineEd works with all modern web browsers and operating systems. The course may be read online, but can also be printed.
There are no prerequisites for taking the OnlineEd general lines insurance adjuster course. The Oregon Division of Financial Regulations does not require general lines adjuster exam applicants complete an education course before applying to take the licensing exam. General lines insurance adjusters are required to be a resident of Oregon or maintain a business in Oregon.
This course will remain available to students for 80 days after enrollment.
This is a simulation of the state property and casualty insurance pre-license exam prep. The test simulator is a practice test and does not affect your course completion requirements.
This Exam Prep course will assist you in preparation for the state exam. The course consists of a "state test simulator" with questions similar to those found on the state test that you can practice with until you feel ready to take the state test.
This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.
To provide superior distance education that exceeds industry standards and expectations in course content and delivery methods to those who seek to enter a new profession and those engaged in a profession.