Insurance Claims Administrator  120 Hrs  $695.00
Insurance Claims Administrator program includes these courses:
  • Business Law
  • Business Correspondence Level 2
  • Business Correspondence Level 1

Insurance Claims Office Supervisor with Customer Service  150 Hrs  $795.00
Insurance Claims Office Supervisor with Customer Service package includes:
  • Business Law
  • Business Supervisory Skills
  • Customer Service
  • Office Procedures Level 1

Call Center Associate wTexas All Lines Adjuster License 270 Hrs  $2795.00
Call Center Associate with Texas All Lines Adjuster License Training includes;
  • Microsoft Outlook 2010, Level 1
  • Microsoft Word 2010 Level 1
  • Business in the Electronic Age
  • Business Law
  • Business Math
  • Office Procedures Level 1
  • Office Procedures Level 2
  • Customer Service







Insurance Claims and Processing - Typical Job Duties
Insurance claims & processing professionals work closely with insurance brokers and agents, handling the administrative duties behind
  • insurance policy renewals,
  • claims processing and new policies.
A common duty in this position is reviewing insurance policies after clients have submitted claims, in order to determine coverage. In addition, these professionals
  • prepare claim forms and related documents,
  • review them for accuracy and completeness, and
  • transmit them for payment or further investigation, when warranted.
  • process applications,
  • record changes to policies,
  • process reinstatements and
  • handle cancellations of policies.
  • corresponding with clients and agents to inform them of policy status and changes
  • processing and submitting required government forms
  • keeping client and policy records organized and maintained.
  • verifying data
  • transcribing data to work sheets and computer software,
  • preparing documentation and required reports.
  • track active, cancelled and pending policies.
  • may also calculate the amount of claims and handle the pay out of small claims.

Insurance claims and processing clerks most often work in comfortable office settings, where a 40-hour week is typical.

Potential Salary for Insurance Claims and Processing Clerks
According to a 2010 national survey conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor, the average annual salary for insurance claims and policy processing clerks was $36,390, while the middle 50% earned between $28,620 and $42,240. The lowest 10% earned approximately $24,620, while those in the highest 10% bracket brought in around $51,290 per year. Because salary potential may vary depending on location, education and experience, prospective students are encouraged to conduct independent research to determine actual earning potential.





























Online SchoolRoom (in conjunction with 360training) is a market leading provider of compliance and workforce e-Learning solutions. We, along with over 1500 e-learning partners,  have trained more than 3 million users worldwide. 


Online SchoolRoom, in partnership with 360training, was ranked in 2006 as one of the top 6 growing technology companies. Over the years we have had students from

•Trammell Crow
•Guaranty Bank
•Duke Energy
•IBC




If you’d like to break into the insurance or finance field, becoming an insurance claims and processing admistrator could be a great start. These professionals handle much of the paperwork required when issuing and processing insurance policies and claims. Enroll Today

Insurance Claims Administrator
Credit Hour: 120.0

Insurance Claims Office Supervisor wCustomer Service
Credit Hour: 150.0

Call Center Associate with Texas All Lines Adjuster
Credit Hour: 270.0


Insurance Claims
Administration
Careers
$695.00


$795.00


$2795.00