Connecticut Casualty Adjuster's "All Lines" License Exam Prep Course
AE21’s “Connecticut Casualty Adjuster’s All-Lines Licensing Exam Prep Course” provides the fastest and most effective learning experience to prepare for and pass the Connecticut All-Lines Adjusters Examination (18-09). This course is specifically designed to address the needs of both entry-level and experienced adjusters seeking licensure. The course is self-paced and provides the ultimate flexibility in whatever learning style suits you best.
The course is comprised of the following sections, pursuant to the CT All-Lines License Exam Content Outline:
- Insurance Regulation Overview
- Insurance Basics
- Adjusting Losses
- Homeowners Insurance Policy
- Auto Insurance
- Commercial Package Policy
- Businessowners’ Policy
- Workers’ Compensation Insurance
- Other Coverages
- Practice Exams
If you are new to the world of insurance, the course will introduce you to its products, policies, and the adjusting profession, while preparing you to successfully pass the state-administered exam. If you have experience in insurance and/or adjusting, you will have the flexibility to pick the subjects/lessons you need to study and in what order you wish to follow.
The course comes with optional audio narration, abundant graphics, and occasional videos to help illustrate and drive home some of the more complex concepts. For each lesson, we have provided a printable and fillable guided note-taking study workbook, which will allow you to create your own offline study guide while helping build your retention of the material.
The course comes complete with tips, strategies, and unlimited practice exams to prepare you to successfully PASS the State Licensing Exam fully. Each time you take a new exam, you will be presented with a new group of questions, in just the right amount “per subject area”, just like the official CT exam.
Study any way you want and any time you want! The course is self-paced, so you can go as fast or slow as you wish. When you log out, the system will remember where you left off. Then, when YOU are confident and ready to take the Pearson Vue State Licensing Exam, go for it! You WILL pass!
For the low cost of $149 you will receive:
- 100% Online and Self-Paced Study Course
- Printable and Fillable Guided Note-Taking Workbook
- Mock Practice Exam With Unlimited Retakes… a New Exam Every Time!
- 6-month Access (extensions available)
- Subject-Matter Support from Our Claims Experts
- Technical Support
Frequently Asked Questions
- Be at least 18 years of age;
- Be financially responsible and of good moral character;
- Successfully pass the state required licensing examination for the type of license desired; and
- Apply to the Connecticut Insurance Department for approval
NOTE: Connecticut defines a Casualty Claim Adjuster as “any person (individual or entity) who or which investigates Property and Casualty claims and negotiates settlement of, or subrogation of such claims.”
This program is a flexible study aid that can be used at your discretion and in the way that best suits you to prepare for the Connecticut adjuster licensing exam. Many choose to go through the entire program, complete every lesson in order, and then take the practice exam a few times. However, it is also possible to use the course to study only specific areas... for example, a seasoned adjuster who just moved to Connecticut and now needs a Connecticut license may only need to study up on Connecticut's unique laws and regulations. Therefore, it is not even necessary to fully "complete" the program.
As noted in the FAQ above, a pre-licensing course/certificate is not required to sit for the state test.
The Connecticut Adjuster License Exams are administered by Pearson Vue.
You can find step-by-step instructions and schedule your exam appointment HERE.
Connecticut does NOT require Continuing Education in order to renew your license.
For the most up-to-date renewal information, click HERE.
Connecticut grants reciprocal licensing to adjusters holding a license in any state except New York and Arizona.
Connecticut will also accept a DHS license for adjusters whose home state does not license.