With your Life, including Variable Annuity (2-14) license, you can be appointed by an insurer or Insurers to represent their company and sell life insurance and annuity contracts. You can also be the owner of your own insurance agency or become an agent for an agency.Life insurance agents are appoin..
This Health Insurance Agent Pre-Licensing Course is designed to meet
the requirements for the 2-40 Health Insurance license and help you
prepare for the 2-40 State Exam and fulfills the educational
prerequisite for a Florida 2-40 Health Insurance Agent license. With
this license you will be ..
Register for this brand new course now during it's Introductory pricing! This course is written in OLT's proven format of text based lessons with frequent questions to ensure you are learning the material. All new videos, animations, key term glossaries and learning objectives help prepare you for t..
Buy this course - This is an entry-level course for insurance agents. Immediate employment (due to COVID-19 Florida is currently delaying the state exam - get a temporary license). After 1 year with this license, you can use a 40-hour conversion course to earn your 2-20 license. Take thi..
This course has been created in hopes of helping you have a better
understanding of the Florida laws related to real estate. This course is taken by sales
associates, broker associates, and brokers. You cannot list and sell
real estate to the public without knowing the laws and rules. Th..
This 40-hour pre-licensing course helps an insurance agent convert there 4-40, 0-55, or 20-44 license to a full 2-20 General Lines license (state exam required). It covers the following topics of instruction:
Property and Liability Insurance Concepts, Personal Automobile, ..
These study guides are written to compliment OnLine Training's RE004FL63 Florida Sales Associate Pre License course. They have been compiled to help you increase your chances of passing the course final exam.
You should study the information for Test 1 for each of the units prior to taking Test 1...
This course will discuss the differences between ethics, morality, and the law.
Business ethics are presented with examples of companies that operated
unethically. Our culture is faced with tough ethical questions that we
will take a look at. An examination of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics will ..
This 40-hour course is a Florida-approved 4-40 designation course, which functions like a pre-licensing course (you must take it before getting your license). This course waives the State exam! Topics include Automobile, Property Insurance, Office Management, Inland Marine, Crime, Workers ..
This course will introduce you to the federal Fair Housing Act, also
known as Title 8 of the Civil Rights Act. We will outline the seven
protected classes and discuss discriminatory conduct and activities
prohibited under the law. The last lesson provides you with four ..
Successful personal growth depends on our attitude; therefore, it’s imperative to develop the right attitude. This course will show you how important it is to choose a winning attitude. You’ll learn that attitude defines who you are, and just like you’re responsible for all your actions and for..
Sometimes we focus our thoughts on things we don’t want and end up getting exactly that—what we don’t want. By taking this course, and doing the exercises included, you’ll be able to reprogram your thinking and set (and achieve) at least one attainable goal.
The module is broken into five ..
Why is it important to know all about contracts that are used in the
real estate business? It is important because licensees use contracts to
list homes, sell homes, list rental property, and rent property. These
contracts layout the terms and conditions that all parties must agree on
The success of any personal encounter in the business world begins the second someone lays eyes on you, often long before either of you says a word. A professional image - appearance, and behavior - helps start the experience in the right vein since people decide 10 things about you within 10 second..
The State of Florida requires you to take 14 hours of CE every two years after your first two-year cycle. Two of these courses, Core Law and Business Ethics, are required subjects by the State. The other 8 hours are specialty courses, general electives. Our bundle of 14 hours satisfies the State req..