If you're planning to take the AIS 25 exam in pursuit of certification as an Associate in Insurance Services, Varsity Tutors can help you study with one of our AIS prep courses. We offer AIS prep classes featuring a dedicated private instructor who can help you study effectively based on your unique set of circumstances. Have you been working in an insurance office as support staff, and finally decided to take the next step? Do you want to enhance your professional image? Whatever your personal goal, Varsity Tutors can set you up with a private AIS class to help you prepare for the exam.
It's important to spend time in your AIS course learning about the exam structure and time limits. In order to feel confident that you'll have time to answer all questions, you'll want to work on your pacing. To start with, the AIS 25 exam allows you 2 hours to complete 50 multiple-choice questions. The topics on the exam, all of which you can cover in your AIS prep class, are as follows:
- The Nature of the Insurance Business
- Customer Identification
- What Customers Want
- The Voice of the Customer
- Key Processes
- The Process Improvement Model
- Process Improvement Tools
- Leadership, teamwork, and Organizational Structures
- Checking on Progress
It's important to demonstrate your value to your customers, and earning your AIS degree is an excellent way to do so. AIS courses can provide guidance, whether you're an agent, broker, or claims adjuster. Your career can benefit from being able to better serve your clients with an improved understanding of customer needs and motivations no matter what role you currently play in your insurance agency. In your AIS course, you can talk about this with your instructor, as well as any other topic.
One great advantage of a Varsity Tutors AIS class is that you get individual attention from your instructor because you meet together in a one-on-one setting. This means that every AIS class session focuses on your needs. For example, if you have a pretty good grasp on customers and what they want, you don't have to spend unnecessary time focusing on that topic. On the other hand, if you're finding it challenging to get a good grasp on the Process Improvement Model, your instructor can spend as much time as you need, even extending over two or three AIS classes, until you become completely familiar with the concept, the purpose, and the process itself.
Did you know that even call center workers and customer service representatives can benefit from earning their AIS degree? You don't have to be one of your agency's principles to effectively apply best practices to your everyday work. If you have begun at an entry-level position with the desire to move up in the insurance field, you can't go wrong by earning your AIS.
You're making a positive step towards career advancement when you decide to earn your AIS degree. All that you have left to do is to pass the AIS 25 exam and earn your certification. You don't have to deal with studying alone. Contact Varsity Tutors today and sign up for an AIS prep course so you can begin studying with the support of professionals.
John: AIS - Associate in Insurance Services course instructor
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