Arizona Adjuster Licensing

Get Your Arizona Adjuster License

with the Claims Adjuster Certified Professional Certification Program

Do you want to become a licensed adjuster in Arizona? WebCE's Claims Adjuster Certified Professional (CACP) online certification program course allows you to complete the 40-hour ​Arizona Adjuster: Series 13-36 education requirements without a classroom or taking a state licensing exam. 

Just complete the WebCE 40-hour Arizona Adjuster course and earn your CACP certificate to attach to your Arizona Adjuster license application. The WebCE CACP certification program is approved by the Arizona Department of Insurance and Financial Institutions and exempts insurance professionals applying for the Arizona Adjuster license from needing to take the state license exam. 

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Arizona Licensing & Compliance FAQs

By successfully completing the CACP Program, you've committed to meeting the highest standards in adjuster licensing. Completing also gives you membership into the Association of Claims Adjuster Certified Professionals. 

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How to get AZ Adjuster License with CACP

1. Meet Basic Requirements

  • Be 18 years old
  • Maintain a physical location for business activities

2. Successfully Complete WebCE's CACP Program

  • 40 hours of coursework
  • 100 question proctored exam

3. Submit fingerprints and additional paperwork

  • AZ fingerprint instructions
  • AZ paper application
  • Send application and CACP completion certificate to Arizona Department of Insurance & Financial Institutions, 100 N. 15th Ave., Suite 261, Phoenix, AZ 85007-2630
How to renew your AZ License with CACP

By successfully completing the CACP Program you gain free membership into the ​Association of Claims Adjuster Certified Professionals. To maintain your membership you must complete 24 hours of continuing education every two years. CE can be completed in the following ways.

Complete AZ Adjuster CE courses through WebCE 
Completing courses through WebCE for AZ or another state, such as those needed for a reciprocal license, can count towards your CACP requirements.  Once completed WebCE will automatically renew your certification and a renewal certificate will be emailed to you when all course hours have been completed. 

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Reciprocity for AZ Adjusters

Arizona grants reciprocal licenses to adjusters who are licensed in their home state. Arizona does NOT accept a Designated Home State (DHS) license so you must pass the Arizona state exam if you live in a non-licensing state. Visit our Adjuster Reciprocity resource page for more information. 

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