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P&C Pre-Licensing Plus Seminar

DATES: January 30 and 31 and February 1, 2023    
TIMES:  8:00 am - 4:00 pm each class meeting, including a one-hour lunch break from 12:00 to 1:00 PM (On your own)

COST:   $260 for IIABAZ Members OR $310 for Non-IIABAZ Members - THIS INCLUDES FLASH STUDY CARDS

LOCATION:   ITEC Classroom / IIABAZ Office OR GoToWebinar
                       333 East Flower Street
                       Phoenix, AZ 85012
                       (602) 956-1851

For those participating online:  IIABAZ will send you an email with SIX GoToWebinar event links by mid-January, which you will need to click on to join each of the six sessions of this live presentation.  If you register BEFORE January 16th, we can ship the P&C licensing book to you for a $20 shipping and handling fee. In order to have the licensing book shipped to you in time before the January 30th start date, you need to register no later than January 15th.  Anyone who registers after that cutoff date must make arrangements to come to the IIABAZ office to pick up your P&C study guide in order to attend online. Or you can attend in the classroom on January 30th, January 31st and February 1st.  We prefer that each person elects to attend each session in the same manner, either in-person or online, and not a combination of the two (with exception to illness.)


DESCRIPTION:  This twenty-one hour agents preparation course is designed to give the student an overall introduction to property and casualty insurance and, at the same time, aid in the successful completion of the Arizona State Property and Casualty Producer Examination. The student is not exposed to just the minimum information necessary to pass.  The student is expected to utilize out-of-class time for reading and study.  This is not a lecture only course.  For every hour spent in class, we recommend that each student spends two hours on their own to study to insure the best chance to pass the state's P&C licensing exam.  We will be able to track each participant's effort to make sure they are maximizing their time and making the effort to make sure they pass the exam on their first attempt. It is also advisable that each participant schedules their state licensing exam while they are still studying to avoid a long delay from when they are ready to pass to their actual testing date. Any questions, please contact Ray Garcia at

NOTE: This course is not approved for Arizona Continuing Education credits.