Georgia Health Pre-LicensePrep Courses for Pre-License Health
If you are planning on making a career change into Pre-License Health for Georgia or if you are simply renewing your license, CPMI has everything you might need. We offer courses that are designed to teach you what you need to know and set you on the right path for becoming a licensed agent in the Health department of the insurance industry. Not only are we fully qualified to be your approved pre-education course, but we have been helping students like yourself since 1998 with the testing process of moving into a new career surrounding insurance. We offer courses that have been designed by professionals from the insurance industry and will teach you the specific basic knowledge that you need to pass the exam and continue onto your health career. CPMI offers different programs to help you study, regardless of your learning style, and offers help throughout the courses so you can truly be successful in your studies. If you are ready to get started on the process of studying and testing to begin your career, then CPMI is the best option for you. To join one of our courses and start studying, click on one of the course links at the top of this page.
CPMI is able to work around scheduling conflicts by being flexible and offering self-study programs, which allow students to focus better and work from their home or office. With these options you will have access to our staff of specialists who are within a phone call and can answer any questions that you may have. We have convenient online video and audio courses to go over general concepts for Pre-License Health. When you pick one of our online courses, you will be able to use our insurance exam advantage test tutor program.
Before moving on to the final exam, you must pass an approved pre-license education course with a score of at least seventy percent. Online, textbook, and classroom courses are all acceptable course options for Georgia. CPMI has a money-back guarantee; so we will return your money if you fail the final exam on your first attempt.