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FAIA 20-44 Personal Lines On Demand Classroom


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Florida 20-44 Personal Lines Classroom
Faculty:
Dave Newell |  W. Lee Martin |  Jeff Odom
Duration:
14 hrs
License:
Access for 90 day(s) after purchase.


Description

FAIA’s 20-44 Personal Lines on-demand classroom  prepares each student to sit for the 20-44 state exam. 

 

During the pandemic , many agents received their temporary 20-44 personal lines license so they could work remotely outside the office.  One requirement to being afforded the temporary license was to sit for the state exam within six months and convert that temporary 20-44 to a permanent license. If an agent with a temporary 20-44 license does not convert that license within the six month time frame, they lose the temporary license and are left with just the 4-40, which does not allow working outside the office. 

 

Another benefit to taking the 20-44 Personal Lines Licensing Academy is preparing a 4-40 customer service representative with at least six months experience, to convert that license to a 20-44 license.

 

This academy will prepare each candidate that wants to convert a 4-40 to a 20-44 or converting a temporary 20-44 to a permanent 20-44 the foundation to sit for the state exam.

 

 

  • Property and Liability Concepts
  • Personal Auto
  • Homeowners
  • Health
  • Adjusting Principals
  • Residual Markets
  • Florida Statutes

The 17 webinars are taught by experienced FAIA instructors, giving you the best and most talented insurance education anywhere. Each student will be able to ask questions via email at anytime for six months from the purchase date to complete the class. This classroom is based on the personal lines sections of the Florida General Lines Study Manual which will be included in the purchase of this academy.

 

All webinars are on demand and can be taken in any order and anytime that is convenient to each student. 

A test is included to gage your knowledge of the personal lines content

 

Contact FAIA if you have any questions about the 20-44 license.   classroom@faia.com

Course Materials

Faculty

Dave Newell Related seminars and products: 5

Director of Education & Workforce Development

Florida Association of Insurance Agents


Dave Newell graduated from the University of North Florida in 1984 and began his insurance career in 1987 as a claim representative with a large property and casualty insurance carrier. In 1990, Dave moved to Tallahassee to continue his career as a field claim representative. In 1997, Dave obtained his property and casualty license and became a producer with a large local independent insurance agency and FAIA member.
As of July 2008, Dave joined FAIA as the association's Citizens' Liaison and an instructor for the Education Department. In September 2011, Dave added the director of Education role to his duties.
During Dave's career, he has gained considerable knowledge and expertise in both the carrier and agency side of the insurance business. Dave was active in the claims association and, after becoming an agent, served as a board member, past president, and catastrophe chair for the Independent Insurance Agents of Tallahassee. In 2001, he held the position of insurance chair for the United Way Campaign.
Dave is married and has three children. Spare time is spent with his family, friends, and attending his children’s many events


W. Lee Martin Related seminars and products: 4

RHU, REBC, Vice President of Sales

FBMC


Lee is based in Tallahassee, FL and oversees Employee Benefits Consulting, Business Development and Service for FBMC in the Southeast Region. Having worked as a state insurance regulator, a consultant for one of the largest brokers in the world and most recently as the subject matter expert, lobbyist and instructor for the largest agent trade association in Florida. Lee is proficient in all funding mechanisms, strategic processes for benchmarking and controlling healthcare costs and creating value-based plan designs. Lee specializes in the design and implementation of innovative concepts for group insurance and benefit program management.
 
RHU® - Registered Health Underwriter; REBC® - Registered Employee Benefits Consultant; CSFP® - Chartered Senior Financial Planner


Jeff Odom Related seminars and products: 21

Education Instructor & Insurance Analyst

Florida Association of Insurance Agents


Jeff graduated from FSU in 1988 and began his insurance career as both a general lines and life and health insurance agent with an independent insurance agency. He moved to the education side of insurance by taking a position with the Department of Financial Services (formerly Department of Insurance), working in the continuing education section. Jeff spent his last four years there the administrator of Continuing Education. At FAIA, Jeff's duties include writing, updating, and revising FAIA's Florida Insurance Research Library, and teaching.


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