Free Insurance Licensing Informative Webinars
Have you already finished your exam preparation, and now you're waiting for your exam appointment? Unsure of how to keep topics top of mind while you pass the time before your exam? Worried you'll lose your momentum? We get it.
Kaplan's expert instructors put together a series of webinars to assist with bridging the gap between the end of your study program and your test date. These free webinars cover a range of frequently tested content on the Life, Health, Property, Casualty, and Personal Lines exams.
OnDemand Life & Health Webinars
This webinar reviews the purpose of each policy, the claims settlement process, and the language of insurance, including important terms, definitions, and concepts. The definitions reviewed in this webinar are highly tested on the state exam.
This webinar continues the discussion on general insurance by reviewing the purpose of each policy, the claims settlement process, and the language of insurance, including important terms, definitions, and concepts. It also covers how insurance agents assist insurers to identify appropriate prospects and describes the steps involved to provide a comprehensive and suitable insurance policy.
This webinar discusses the uses of a life insurance policy, the legal aspects of these policies, ownership considerations, and other fundamental contract provisions. It also explores the basic policies—term, whole life, and universal life—as well as popular hybrids. You will learn how they work, when they are used, and how they can be customized for special situations.
This webinar will discuss the most common insurance policy riders, including the waiver of premium, the accidental death benefit—commonly referred to as “double indemnity”—and the guaranteed insurability rider. This webinar also focuses on “living benefits,” how the cash value and/or dividends can be used during the insured’s lifetime, and “settlement options,” what choices are available to a beneficiary upon the death of the insured. It also covers the various provisions, important terms, and conditions in life insurance policies.
This webinar continues the discussion on “living benefits,” how the cash value and/or dividends can be used during the insured’s lifetime, and “settlement options,” what choices are available to a beneficiary upon the death of the insured. It also covers the various provisions, important terms, and conditions in life insurance policies.
This webinar introduces you to group life insurance—a group coverage frequently offered by companies to their employees and by unions to their members. It will also cover the different types of annuity contracts, their unique provisions, and the tax implications of the distributions made to annuitants. This webinar also reviews the tax rules that apply to insurance products and explains the exclusion of the life insurance death benefit from gross income, the taxation of annuity payments, and deductions related to the purchase of life insurance and annuity contracts. It also covers the details and options available in retirement planning as they relate to insurance products and demonstrates how they can assist people of all ages to plan for the future, including foundational knowledge of several employer-sponsored and individual retirement plans.
This webinar introduces the types of health insurance coverage available and the important terms, principles, and definitions which are testable on the state exam. It also introduces required, optional, and other provisions found in health insurance policies such as required time frames for insureds and insurers to provide proof of loss notices, claims notices, grace periods, and reinstatement provisions.
This webinar discusses disability income insurance, a product that provides supplementary income in the event of an illness or accident resulting in a disability that would prevent the insured from working at their regular employment.
This webinar reviews the federal Affordable Care Act (ACA) details and reviews the importance of knowing that some state insurance laws are more generous than the Affordable Care Act (ACA). In addition, the instructor will explore the different types of medical insurance plans and provide a general description of the benefits and available options. This webinar also covers group plans including group life, health, disability, and enrollment eligibility, low cost coverage, no proof of insurability to enroll, and convertibility options when exiting the plan. This includes the unique aspects of group health insurance and reviews terms, provisions, and characteristics related to this area of insurance. Lastly, the presentation will cover preferred provider organizations (PPOs) and point-of-service (POS) plans and discusses the various plans, their range of services, and the various types of providers.
This webinar will cover various types of treatments and features of dental insurance and provides an overview of group dental coverage. It will also review Medicare, Medicare supplemental insurance, and Medicaid. This webinar will cover the structure of the long-term care policy, how and why it is carefully regulated and monitored, and the protection it provides for millions of senior citizens. The heavily testable Activities of Daily Living will also be covered during the presentation, as well as the basic taxation issues regarding health insurance plans and premiums.
OnDemand Property, Casualty, and Personal Lines Webinars
This webinar introduces you to basic insurance terms and insurance concepts. These definitions represent the framework of insurance and are highly tested on the state exam.
This webinar will introduce you to the basic principles of insurance contracts and how they are used to transfer the risk of a financial loss to the insurance company.
This webinar provides an introduction to the basic terms, concepts, and language found in property and casualty policies and explains the difference between property and casualty insurance.
This webinar introduces the coverage, endorsements, exclusions, and other unique features found in dwelling policies. It also covers personal lines, “miscellaneous” coverage, specialty policies including the National Flood Insurance Program, earthquake endorsements, and others.
This webinar reviews how the risks of loss to a home are either covered or excluded from a policy. It also explains the characteristics of the physical structure and how it is insured, as well as how personal property is insured differently than real property.
This webinar will cover the terms and basic concepts of the personal auto policy (PAP).
This webinar describes some of the possible coverage forms, endorsements, and exclusions that are often found in the commercial package policy (CPP). It also covers essential commercial property forms and reviews coverages, endorsements, and exclusions.
This webinar reviews the farm coverage part which can be written as a monoline policy or included in the commercial package policy (CPP) and includes several farm property coverage forms that cover both the personal and business property of the farmer, as well as a farm liability coverage form for the personal and business liability exposures of the farmer. This webinar also reviews how to cover gaps in business owners and commercial policies relating to equipment breakdowns. You will also learn how the commercial general liability insurance policy (CGL) protects the assets of a company and provides the financial resources to pay for obligations in the event liability claims should occur.
This webinar describes the various types of inland marine coverage forms, including the commercial floaters. It explains how the movement of property is covered, as well as other specific uses for this type of insurance. This webinar also describes crime insurance and looks at the specialized policies designed to cover situations that cause losses for businesses that adversely affect their daily operations. It concludes by reviewing the commercial auto insurance policy and the exclusions of the personal auto policy, as well as specialized commercial insurance policies that were developed to cover unique losses.
This webinar reviews why a small business owner may purchase a business owner's policy (BOP) instead of a commercial package policy. It also describes Workers' Compensation and how it provides defined wage benefits and medical care to employees who are injured on the job and how it provides benefits for dependents of those workers who are killed because of work-related accidents or illness.