Insurance and Financial Services Training Progam For Qualified Veterans.
Allstate is looking for military-experienced candidates within 0-36 months of separation from active duty who are interested in receiving insurance and financial services sales training with the opportunity to be considered for a Licensed Sales Professional position which may be offered by an Allstate Exclusive Agent. This training program will provide you with the tools you need to help Allstate Exclusive Agents to represent the Good Hands Promise® to customers.
Veterans and Agency Owners
- Hear from Veterans who are Allstate agency owners
- Understand what a Licensed Sales Professional does and talk with a recruiter to better understand the program
- Complete a pre-screening process including a behavioral interview and a personality assessment
- Upon successful completion of the screening process, register to attend the Training Program in your state
Training consists of up to four weeks of in-person education at a centralized training facility.
All training is fully funded by Allstate.
- Phase 1 (week 1): Four-day P&C licensing course with a licensing exam targeted on Day 5
- Phase 2 (weeks 2-4): Fifteen days (three weeks) of required binding authority education, advanced sales training and hands-on experience.
- Locations: Training dates and locations for qualified veterans are as follows:
- The San Antonio, TX class is full, however, stay tuned for additional opportunities.
- Veterans with IL residency: March 24 - April 18 near Chicago, IL (Northbrook, IL)
This training program is intended to prepare you for an interview to be a Licensed Sales Professional so you can be considered for the opportunity to work as a member of a team of professionals who help to represent the Good Hands Promise® to customers.
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Note - While participation in this training program will not guarantee that you receive a job offer from an Allstate Exclusive Agent, qualified candidates who successfully complete this program will be equipped with the tools they need to become a Licensed Sales Professional. Further, there is no commitment on behalf of the veteran candidate to apply for employment with an Allstate Exclusive Agent or reimburse Allstate for any funds received as part of the training program.