FAIA launched the first state-sponsored insurance education program in 1937, and has been leading the way ever since. FAIA's programs—from continuing education to prestigious professional designations—are nationally recognized for the quality of curriculum and instruction, and are offered to match member needs, schedules, and budgets.
FAIA classes are offered:
FAIA is the licensee for the nation's leading resource for professional insurance and risk management education, The National Alliance, and exclusively offers the Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) and Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) professional designations. FAIA also offers the Associate in Insurance Account Management (AIAM) designation.
When you've been around since 1937, as the Education Department has, you build quite a knowledge base. Through its Help Desk, online libraries, and publications, FAIA makes that extensive knowledge available to members:
Ensuring the longevity and prosperity of the American Agency System through workforce development is an important part of FAIA’s education mission. Toward that end, FAIA is helping to build the workforce of the future through the InVEST Program and through the Good Works Fund, which is working to expand insurance specialization programs in state and community colleges and providing scholarships.
Looking for Friday Morning Live? The show now broadcasts on an as-needed basis. Read the Agents Confidential for notices about future shows. In the meantime, catch up with the shows you missed in the Friday Morning Live archive.
Displaying 4 events in your city and 1 events elsewhere.
>See all education classes