IIAW In-Person Prelicensing Class
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IIAW In-Person Prelicensing Class

In-Person Prelicensing with the IIAW

More than 20,000 Students Have Used IIAW's Prelicensing Class since 1993
IIAW's in-person prelicensing class is designed to help you pass your Wisconsin licensing exam by the quickest method of meeting the required education hours. The IIAW in-classroom prelicensing school has some of the highest passing ratios in the state for the last 25+ years. The in-person course provides everything you need to pass the exam including access to The Exam Simulator which is a computer program designed to help you pass your prelicensing exam on the first try.

 

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About the Instructor: Gabrielle O'Brien


Gabrielle O'Brien, MBA has been active in the insurance industry for more than 25 years, developing continuing education classes in related fields such as Ethics and Errors and Omissions. As the lead instructor of the IIAW's Property and Casualty and Life & Health prelicensing classes, she has guided thousands of students to successfully pass the insurance intermediary exam. O'Brien has participated in many other aspects of the industry as an underwriter, manager, and field representative. Gabrielle received her MBA from Loyola University and her Bachelor of Arts from Saint Mary's College.

Class Registration Includes:


4-day in-person prelicensing class taught by an instructor
 Life & Accident/Health or Property & Casualty Insurance Study Manual
Digital Copy of Intermediary's Guide to Wisconsin Insurance Law
Digital Copy of the State of Wisconsin Licensing Examination Candidate Handbook—Insurance.

• Exam Simulator - The Exam Simulator pinpoints your strengths and weaknesses by quizzing you with questions similar to those found on your actual exam. The questions will familiarize you with everything you need to know to pass your exam.

Cost:


Full Property and Casualty Course: $340 Members/$355 Non-members

Full Life & Health Course: $340 Members/$355 Non-members

ONLY Property, Casualty, Life, or Health (A la Carte): $220


IIAW Education Contact

Independent Insurance Agents of Wisconsin

diana@iiaw.com or Call the IIAW office at (608)-256-4429 for Immediate Assistance


Daily Schedule

Day 1 (Monday)
8:30 am - 4 pm ($85)
Section A: Principles of Insurance & General WI Insurance Law Ethics


Day 2 
(Tuesday)
8:30 am - 4 pm ($90)
Section B: Life Policies, Terms & Concepts or
Section B: Property Policies, Terms & Concepts

Day 3 (Wednesday)
8:30 am - 11:30 am ($45)
Section B: Life Policies, cont. & WI Life Insurance Law or
Section B: Property Policies, cont. & WI Property Insurance Law


Noon - 4 pm ($45)
Section B: Accident & Health Policies, Terms & Concepts or
Section B: Casualty Policies, Terms & Concepts

Day 4 (Thursday)
8:30 am - 4 pm ($90)
Section B: Accident & Health, cont. & WI Health Insurance Law 
or
Section B: Casualty Policies, cont. & WI Casualty Insurance Law

Location

All prelicensing schools are held at the IIAW State Headquarters at 725 John Nolen Drive in Madison. Take the Rimrock Road exit (north) off the Beltline (Highway 12/18) and turn right on John Nolen Drive. Turn right immediately into our driveway. Our office is located near the Alliant Energy Center. IIAW Map

 


Course Materials

Course materials are included in your $355 ($340 for members) registration fee and will be distributed to students on the first day of class. You will receive:

Life & Health OR Property & Casualty Insurance Study Manual published by ExamFX with access code to Exam Simulator.

Digital Copy of Intermediary's Guide to Wisconsin Insurance Law, Published by the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance

Digital Copy of the State of Wisconsin Licensing Examination Candidate Handbook—Insurance.

Exam Simulator - A computer program designed to help you pass your prelicensing exam on the first try

On special request, course materials can be picked up early at the IIAW office.

For an additional fee of $15 (cash or check only), paper copies of the WI Insurance Law Guide and the State of WI Licensing Examination Candidate Handbook can be purchased on the first day of class at the IIAW office.


Important Examination Information

For information regarding the licensing exam, visit our Prometric - Testing Info page.

IIAW School Code required for exam reservation: 10015134


Digital Fingerprinting for Resident License Applicants

Section Ins 6.59 (4) (a), Wis. Adm. Code., requires that any individual resident applying for a license or adding additional lines of authority to a current license submit fingerprints and criminal background check as a part of the application.

Reservations can be made online at www.fieldprintwisconsin.com. At the time of reservation, applicants must enter the Fieldprint code: FPWIOCIInsurance.


Hotel Information

Students requiring lodging will receive a special rate of $84 +tax at the Clarion Suites (2110 Rimrock Road, Madison, WI), two blocks from the IIAW office. Please call the hotel directly at (608) 284-1234 and ask for the Independent Insurance Agents of Wisconsin's discount.

Clarion Suites Central - Madison - Map

 

Students requiring lodging will receive a special rate of $119 +tax at the Home2 Suites by Hilton, (2153 Rimrock Road, Madison, WI), two blocks from the IIAW office. Please call the hotel directly at (608) 949-9650 and ask for the Independent Insurance Agents of Wisconsin's discount.

Home2 Suites by Hilton Madison


Dress Code

The recommended dress attire for the in-person prelicensing class is business casual.


Cancellation Policy

If necessary, cancellation requests must be received at least five business days prior to the scheduled event and will incur a $25.00 processing fee. Cancellations with less than five business days advance notice will not be eligible for a refund.

 

One-time registration transfers are accepted, however, transfer requests must be received with at least 5 business days advance notice. Transfer requests received with less than 5 business days notice will by approved on a case-by-case basis and will incur an additional fee.

In the event of hazardous conditions, the IIAW closure policy follows that of Madison schools (excludes two hour delays). If the IIAW does close during a week of class, the subsequent day will be made up on the Friday of the same week.

 

*The IIAW's prelicensing schools are not filed for continuing education credits.