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Continuing Education


Are you looking for ways to reduce your loss ratios and/or claim costs?  Training is the answer. Let us bring our CE classes into your office, or join us at our office. We have a variety of formats that can meet your education needs, including day classes ,or classes as short as an hour.


Free CE Classes for Insurance Agents & Adjusters. All courses are taught by a licensed Continuing Education provider, recognized by the state of North Carolina.  All classes start promptly at the times listed below. Complimentary breakfast and snacks are offered for the morning classes.


Please click on the "Register link" below to register for classes. You may take as many classes as you need. Please let us know ahead of time if you are unable to attend so that others may fill your spot if the class is full. Do feel free to share this class schedule so that others who also needs these class credit’s can attend as well. Don’t forget you will always need to bring your NPN to class in order to get credit.


We encourage you to sign up now if there is a class that you need, even if it is months away. There is limited seating for these classes and if you wait you may not get a seat.

This makes it equally as important to let us know if you cannot attend a class you are signed up to take.


Please contact me directly at 828-989-6016 if you have any questions. Click on the "Register links" below to register today!


April 19, 2017 Flood C06389 4 P&C Credits
May 17, 2017 Water Mitigation for Modular Homes C03663 9am-12:00pm
June 7, 2017 Mold Remediation C71397 9am-12:00pm
June 21, 2017 Ethic’s C69492
continuing education for insurance agents

What are Agent's and Adjuster saying about our classes???


Very Informative! I like the interactive nature of the course with visual examples of damage, odors, and cleaning techniques.    - Paul H.


Very well presented, informative. Very knowledgable instuctor.

- Jo F.


Great! Learned many ways to help clients to prevent claims and how to make sure we as an insurance company are protected. - Alexis M.

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