Ace Insurance School and

Kaplan Professional Education Partnership

Kaplan’s comprehensive learning strategy, known as “The Kaplan Way”, utilizes learning science in the instructional design of our study tools and courses. The Kaplan Way employs a three-phase learning strategy: “Prepare, Practice and Perform” By using this model as our foundation, Kaplan helps individuals prepare for a variety of state licenses, including Life & Health, Property & Casualty, Surplus lines, and Adjuster. 

Ace Insurance School is proud to partner with Kaplan Professional Education to bring our students the highest level of success in their insurance education. Our Las Vegas school is owned by a state-licensed producer / former agent who has been active in the industry for over 10 years. The faculty is made up of licensed resident producers that can provide you the expertise on successfully navigating the state licensing process.

Kaplan Professional Education is a leading global provider of financial education and exam prep products. We’ve helped hundreds of thousands of professionals prepare for securities and insurance licensing exams, as well as maintain their licensure through our full line of continuing education courses. For over 75 years, Kaplan has remained Student-Focus, Results- driven, and committed to helping individuals achieve their educational and career goals. Our products deliver the complete experience, surrounding you with the resources you need to succeed in your education.

Kaplan Professional Education offers diversified insurance licensing exam prep packages and tools tailored to fit a variety of budgets and learning styles. From traditional live classes to OnDemand online courses to self-study programs, professionals consistently look to Kaplan’s experts for learning options that work.

As of May 1, 2020, most testing centers are now taking registrations for insurance and securities licensing exams. The testing centers are adjusting their social distancing guidelines based on recommendations from health policy organizations such as the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). Visit your respective testing center website for more information on recommendations for next steps.