Pre-Licensing Course (Health & Insurance)

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Pre-Licensing Course (Health & Insurance)

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New Jersey Life and Health Pre-licensing
Online Course + Applicable state reporting fees

Course Content

New Jersey Life and Health Insurance Course
Course Introduction

  • Course Development

Below you will find useful information about your Insurance Course.
The study materials in TBC were created solely for your use as you prepare to pass your state licensing exam. Each section is loaded with rich online content, including interactive assessments, engaging multimedia content and customized learning paths. Our courses and test simulations are state and provider specific.

We develop our e-learning courses based on the exam content outlines published by your state. Our subject matter experts review the outlines and provide the most up-to-date information that educates students utilizing our blended learning solution. Our goal is to prepare you to pass – the first time.

Your Learning DNA

The way we learn has changed rapidly over the years; advances in technology have both increased the volume of information available and accelerated the pace of education. Nearly 75% of all high school seniors currently take at least one online course and e-learning is rapidly becoming a major component of instructional delivery in all major colleges and universities. Instructors now teach more in less time, while students are prepared to learn faster than ever before.

We recognize that no two students are created equal and each of us has  a unique learning style as unique as our DNA. Thus, the instructional design of our learning objects and online courses focuses on the research-based practice: everyone learns from a combination of eight different learning styles.

Have you ever tried to learn something fairly simple, yet failed to grasp the key ideas?  Have you tried to teach people and found that some of them were overwhelmed or confused by something quite basic?

If so, you may have experienced a clash of learning styles: Your learning preferences and those of your instructor or audience may not have been aligned. When this occurs, not only is it frustrating for everyone, the communication process breaks down and learning fails. By understanding these eight key learning styles, you can learn to create an environment in which everyone can learn from you, not just those who use your preferred style.

If so, you may have experienced a clash of learning styles: Your learning preferences and those of your instructor or audience may not have been aligned. When this occurs, not only is it frustrating for everyone, the communication process breaks down and learning fails. By understanding these eight key learning styles, you can learn to create an environment in which everyone can learn from you, not just those who use your preferred style.

Each chapter is designed to blend several different types of learning styles. Reviewing each chapter in the following manner is essential in order to maximize your learning experience and fully take advantage of our blended learning platform.

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Course Content

BASIC PRINCIPLES
This chapter will introduce the insurance industry's basic principles, how insurance is sold, the common types of insurance companies, and the departments found within an insurance company. Furthermore, this chapter will provide an overview of how the insurance industry's regulation has evolved and how that regulation carries down to the insurance producer.

  • The Chapter is broken into six sections:
  • Review of this chapter will enable the student to:
  • Benefits and Costs of Insurance to Society
  • Private (Commercial) Insurance Companies
  • Mutual Companies – Participating
  • Strong Assessment Mutual Insurers
  • Risk Retention and Risk Purchasing Groups
  • Reciprocal Insurers
  • Reinsurers and Retention Limits
  • Service Providers
  • Fraternal Benefit Societies
  • Lloyd’s of London
  • Self-Insurers
  • Captive Insurer
  • Surplus Lines Insurance
  • Industrial Insurer
  • Private Versus Government as Insurer
  • Insurer Classification According To Authorization
  • Insurer Classification According To Domicile
  • Key People Within an Insurance Company
  • How Insurance is Sold
  • Career Agency System
  • Managerial System
  • Personal Producing General Agency System
  • Independent Agency System
  • Other Methods of Selling Insurance
  • History of Regulation
  • National Association of Insurance Commissioners
  • Unfair Trade Practices Act
  • Claim Settlement Practices
  • State Guaranty Associations
  • Rating Services
  • Agent Marketing and Sales Practices
  • Producer Responsibilities
  • Buyer’s Guides and Policy Summaries
  • Review Notes: Basic Principles of Insurance
  • Chapter Exam – Basic Principles

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