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A question about license training
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11/07/2018 10:03 AM

    Hi, after reading through the forum it seems that the consensus is to try staff adjusting first before jumping into cat adjusting.  I'm at the very beginning of the process.  I've been selling roofs since Katrina and would like to do something different.  I'm going for my adjuster's license in Kentucky.  Does anyone have experience with Agent Broker Training Center?  It's an online course for $149.  Is there a better option?  Or will any training that succeeds in preparing me for the license test be good enough?

    Thanks!

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