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How do you succeed?

The answer is simple. Knowledge.

For those working as a workers' compensation professional, the knowledge you need is hard to find. There are no college classes to learn state statutes and case law. There is no "insurance school" offering degrees in workers' compensation. General knowledge is not good enough because workers' compensation is unique to each state. Finally, there is a way with the Wickstrom Insurance & Risk Training Center.  

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"How Workers' Compensation Works" Online Course

State Specific Education

Workers' Compensation Designations Now Available

Online Intensive Reviews for
AICPCU Designations

INS (Certificate in General Insurance)

AIC (Associate in Claims)

CPCU (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter)

The WIRTC and the AICPCU work closely to ensure that you have current and crucial information important in achieving your career goals. For online "Nuts and Bolts" training you are at the right place and when you need to schedule your exam or get more information on the programs visit or call
the AICPCU.  

AICPU Exams

To establish your AICPU exam date and to receive practice exam access (you need a PIN number) Call the AICPCU Customer Service Department at 1-800-644-2101, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. eastern time.

To verify or establish a PIN, please call our Customer Service Department at 1-800-644-2101, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. eastern time.  

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WIRTC's Promise

You can trust the WIRTC to deliver the kind of valuable courses you need in a format for busy workers'
compensation professionals.  
Course Content

Uncover the benefits of our online courses.
See for yourself the value of our workers' compensation training. Start by passing a general course entitled, "How Workers' Compensation Works." You'll learn the basic legal concepts in workers' compensation including how a state's statutory legal structure fits into the bigger picture by understanding insurance policy coverage, premium calculations and coverage issues. Next, move on to the state-specific series with modules detailing the unique legal and insurance issues in your state. Pass the exam and earn the designation.