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Associate in Claims (AIC)
An Educational Program for Claims Personnel

Developed by the Insurance Institute of America with support from the National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters, the Associate in Claims (AIC) is a nationally recognized educational program consisting of four courses and national exams that cover the handling of claims.

The AIC program deals with determination of coverage, liability, and damages in workers compensation, property and liability claims, human relations, and bad faith issues.

Earning the AIC Designation

There are various paths you can take toward earning your AIC designation.

Multiline (traditional path) -
AIC 33, AIC34, AIC35, and AIC36

Personal Lines Homeowners -
AIC 33, AIC35, AIC36, plus either INS 22 or CPCU 553 or 555

Personal Lines Auto and Liability -
AIC 33, AIC34, AIC36, and either INS 22 or CPCU 553 or 555

Commercial Lines Liability -
AIC 33, AIC34, AIC36, plus CPCU 552

Commercial Lines Property -
AIC 33, AIC35, AIC36, plus CPCU 551

Who will benefit
  • Claims Representatives
  • Claims Supervisors and Examiners
  • Workers' Compensation Claims staff
  • Those who work with property loss and liability claims
Earning your AIC designation with IEA

Benefit from the best of two worlds - approved AICPCU curriculum, and the real world experience of IEA instructors.

You'll work with a professional organization that has extensive experience in preparing students to become qualified participants in their areas of interest, and helping them to pass required exams.