Associate in Insurance Services (AIS)
AIS is a nationally recognized continuous improvement educational program designed specifically for insurance personnel. By completing the AIS program, you'll gain a basic understanding of continuous improvement principles that will help you attract new clients while retaining current customers.
The Associate in Insurance Services program will teach you the continuous improvement principles that will help you attract new clients while retaining current customers.
- Demonstrate your value to your customers.
Better serve your clients with an enhanced understanding of customer needs and motivations.
- Effectively apply best practices to your everyday work.
Increase your productivity and efficiency by learning how to identify and improve key business processes.
- Enhance your professional image.
Provide quality customer service by effectively monitoring and adjusting to change.
You can earn a certificate of Completion by completing and passing the AIS 25 course exam. To earn the Associate in Insurance Services (AIS) designation, you must complete one of the following programs in addition to passing the AIS 25 exam: CPCU 500, 520, 551, 552, and 553, CPCU 500, 520, 555, 556, and 557, Accredited Adviser in Insurance (AAI), Associate in Reinsurance (ARe), Associate in Claims (AIC), Associate in Risk Management (ARM), Associate in Commercial Underwriting (AU), Associate in Surplus Lines Insurance (ASLI), Associate in Fidelity and Surety Bonding (AFSB) ,Associate in Marine Insurance Management (AMIM), Associate in Personal Insurance (API), Associate in General Insurance (AINS), Associate in Premium Auditing (APA).
In order to obtain the AIS designation it is required that students take either the online or live "Ethical Guidelines for Insurance Professional" or "Ethics and the CPCU Code of Professional Conduct" class and pass the 50 question exam.