Interested in pursuing the AINS* designation?
Walsh College now offers non-credit preparation courses.
• Completely online
• No campus visit required for coursework or exams
• Book purchased separately
• Practice activities, assignments, mid-term, and final exam
• Preparation for the national exam to earn the AINS designation*
Classes will begin in September, 2013! Click here to be notified when registration opens.
INS 21 - Property and Liability Insurance Principles
Prepare for INS certification exam with this course, a complete introduction to insurance: principles, practices, policies, and coverages.
Prerequisites: None. This course builds on basic insurance knowledge to slightly more advanced knowledge in the area of insurance financial measurements.
INS 22 - Personal Insurance
A review of the exposures that individuals and families face, affecting asset preservation and accumulation. Includes a look at homeowners, auto, life, and health and disability coverage from a personal perspective.
Prerequisites: INS 21 completion recommended; some insurance industry experience and basic understanding of the law of large numbers.
INS 23 - Commercial Insurance
Improve effectiveness by learning the fundamentals of commercial insurance and how to apply them. Also, increase ability to assemble a book of business through knowledge of commercial coverage forms and endorsements.
Prerequisites: INS 21 completion; at least six months of insurance industry experience.
TEXTBOOKS AND COURSE GUIDES
To purchase your textbook and/or course guide, visit http://www.aicpcu.org/comet/programs/ains/ains.htm
Coming soon - courses available to tailor the program to match your needs by taking electives in the Associate in Surplus Lines Insurance program. Learn to ensure correct risk placement through a strong foundation in surplus lines insurance practices. The program is recommended for: agents/brokers, agency principals, claim adjusters, and line of business managers and executives in nonadmitted companies.
*Associate in General Insurance Designation, www.aicpcu.org.