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New to Insurance? We Can Help You Make a Strong Start

There's lots to learn when you join the insurance world. Get ahead quickly with an Institutes course or designation.

Explore Our Most Popular Introductory Programs

Complete a topic course in a few hours, or earn a professional designation in just a few months.

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Insurance Essentials

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Gain a basic understanding of risk management and insurance concepts. Learn key terms and definitions, understand the different types of insurance, and explore how insurance affects society and the economy.

The Institutes courses provided me with a better understanding of the insurance world as a whole and have helped prepare me for my future as an insurance professional.

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Meg Griffith CPCU, AU-M Client Outcome Specialist

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Not Sure Where to Start? Try a Free Mini-Course!


Master Insurance Basics with AINS®

  • Interactive video courses help you learn on the go
  • Assignments in 25 minutes or less help you retain what you learned
  • Extensive exam prep materials test your knowledge
  • A simulated credentialing exam prepares you for the real thing
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Pitch Your Employer

Get your boss on board with your skill-building plans! Here's our top tips to get support and reimbursement.

  1. Show the numbers: Include details on program cost and the length from our Designation or Topic Course pages.
  2. Prove the ROI: Explain how the course will impact your company’s bottom line. Will you problem solve better and decrease call times? Will you impress customers and get more sales?
  3. Outline a schedule: Tell them when and how often you’ll need to study. If it will impact your work time, propose a plan that shows it won’t affect your output.
  4. Connect to company values: Tie your learning goals to your organization's mission and goals. If innovation is one of your company’s values, show how your course will help you think outside the box.

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