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CIS Launches Web-Based Learning Portal for Insurance Students

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CIS Launches Web-Based Learning Portal for Insurance Students

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February 25, 2015
By Casey Houser
Contributing Writer

Remote learning has become a part of many curriculums across the globe in businesses, universities, and primary schools. Cyber Insurance School (CIS) recently announced its latest addition to that market: a real-time classroom environment that uses a webcast system to instruct potential insurance brokers and agents before they take their state licensing exams.


CIS is a school which provides students in the U.S. with a curriculum that will help them along their path to become insurance professionals. Students must pass a pre-licensing curriculum such as one from CIS before being allowed to take licensing exams. Those students can now benefit from high-definition audio and video supplied to satellite locations throughout the country. With the webcasts, CIS has been able to expand with affiliate programs which can link those local students to off-site instructors through the online system. Students may also have the option of attending locations in their areas or completing courses entirely online.

Daryl Tallon, the CEO and dean of CIS, commented on the expansion that the webcasts have provided his institution and the opportunities now available for entrepreneurs who want to open their own affiliate locations.

“Cyber Insurance School has significantly broadened its outreach nationally for individuals who desire to become brokers or agents in the insurance industry,” Tallon said. “This also provides significant business opportunities for entrepreneurs to open new accredited insurance pre-licensing school franchises within the State of California, or to become affiliate operators throughout the U.S.”

Students who enroll in CIS classes reportedly have a high rate of passing the licensing exams required by their states. Once completing a CIS curriculum, students must pass exams in their states of residence before being allowed to practice as insurance professionals in those areas. Students of CIS, in 2014, passed those exams with a 90 percent success rate. The insurance school said that statistic makes it the “most effective in the industry.”

The next few years of operation for new franchises should put the webcasts to the test. CIS may have a lot riding on the platform now that its testing success rate is so high. If there is a significant drop in that rate, it could be due to the establishment and development of new affiliate sites as much as it could be due to the effectiveness of remote learning. A growth in that rate may be difficult considering its prominence in the market, so statisticians will need to be aware of all the variables that surround CIS's operations to make an accurate judgment about the effectiveness of its new Web system.

CIS is a school which provides students in the U.S. with a curriculum that will help them along their path to become insurance professionals. Students must pass a pre-licensing curriculum such as one from CIS before being allowed to take licensing exams. Those students can now benefit from high-definition audio and video supplied to satellite locations throughout the country. With the webcasts, CIS has been able to expand with affiliate programs which can link those local students to off-site instructors through the online system. Students may also have the option of attending locations in their areas or completing courses entirely online.

Daryl Tallon, the CEO and dean of CIS, commented on the expansion that the webcasts have provided his institution and the opportunities now available for entrepreneurs who want to open their own affiliate locations.

“Cyber Insurance School has significantly broadened its outreach nationally for individuals who desire to become brokers or agents in the insurance industry,” Tallon said. “This also provides significant business opportunities for entrepreneurs to open new accredited insurance pre-licensing school franchises within the State of California, or to become affiliate operators throughout the U.S.”

Students who enroll in CIS classes reportedly have a high rate of passing the licensing exams required by their states. Once completing a CIS curriculum, students must pass exams in their states of residence before being allowed to practice as insurance professionals in those areas. Students of CIS, in 2014, passed those exams with a 90 percent success rate. The insurance school said that statistic makes it the “most effective in the industry.”

The next few years of operation for new franchises should put the webcasts to the test. CIS may have a lot riding on the platform now that its testing success rate is so high. If there is a significant drop in that rate, it could be due to the establishment and development of new affiliate sites as much as it could be due to the effectiveness of remote learning. A growth in that rate may be difficult considering its prominence in the market, so statisticians will need to be aware of all the variables that surround CIS's operations to make an accurate judgment about the effectiveness of its new Web system.




Edited by Maurice Nagle

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