• The National Alliance Producer School

    Unlock your producer's potential

    May 1–13, 2016

    The prestigious National Alliance Producer School is coming to Tallahassee for the fourth consecutive year! The Producer School delivers on the promise of a fast start and a rewarding finish for producers committed to high performance.


    The program's many practical benefits include:

    • The combination of intense study of technical insurance material with the highly successful methods of the Dynamics of Selling program. 
    • Interaction with peers, as well as faculty members who have proven themselves as practicing agents and producer coaches for 10+ years. 
    • Follow-through, well-beyond the Producer School itself. 
    • The program also includes training for the sales manager and three online courses.  

    The $2,500 tuition fee covers materials, instruction, three online courses, and two days of training for sales managers. We provide breakfast and lunch for students on weekdays. Dinners, weekend meals, travel costs, and accommodations are not included in the tuition fee


    Location and Accomodations

    Residence Inn Tallahassee University
    600 W. Gaines Street
    Tallahassee, FL 32304-4308
    Phone: 800-331-3131 

    Guest are responsible for making their own reservations. The room rate is $109 for single/double per night plus applicable taxes. Room cut off is April 17, 2016. Please use the group code "NAI" when making your reservations. 

  • Admission Requirements

    • You should be licensed to receive CE credit.
    • Students who have some experience in the field of insurance or a comparable service industry, typically receive the most benefit from the Producer School.
    • A college degree is not mandatory. Be prepared to complete a rigorous and intense course of study.
    • Three online courses are included in your registration:
      Insuring Commercial Property
      Commercial Casualty I - CGL, Additional Insureds
      Commercial Casualty II - BAP, WC, Excess Liability 
    • It is recommended that participants complete the three selected 8-hour courses before arriving at the school. Taking and passing the examinations is not required for admission.
    • It is important that you maintain good study habits and be able to work independently.