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Broker Academy Program

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We Are Committed

Access Health CT has an opportunity to drive change in the diversification of the Broker community in the state of Connecticut, with the potential of reducing the disparity between historically underserved communities and those that are well served by the insurance broker community. The Broker Academy Program will create a pathway for new licensed insurance Brokers by recruiting from, and building the skillset of, those who live and work in underserved communities throughout Connecticut.

A licensed Broker will help consumers select a health insurance plan, build, and maintain customer relationships, execute sales, and complete administrative duties, such as document preparation, and follow-up with customers. Customer service is a crucial component of the Broker’s job. Brokers are responsible for ensuring and maintaining customer satisfaction. Demand for Insurance Brokers, for instance, is forecast to increase 9 percent through 2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, while job growth for Insurance Brokers is expected to increase 4 percent during the same period.

The primary way an insurance broker earns income is by selling insurance policies to consumers and earning a commission from the insurance carrier. The commission is set by each insurance carrier individually and is pre-approved by the Connecticut Insurance Department. Insurance brokers earn new commissions by selling insurance policies to new consumers, and also are eligible for “renewal” commissions each year if the customers renew the policies the insurance broker originally sold to them. Average salary for a new broker in Hartford CT is $74,356 (Indeed.com).

What The Broker Academy Will Provide:

  • Free training, mentoring, and resources from top performers in the industry to ensure your success
  • Flexible schedule
  • Professional development
  • Stipend after program completion

Applicants’ Requirements:

  • Applicants must be 18 years or older and present the following:
    • GED or High School Diploma
    • 1-3 letters of professional references
    • Personal Statement: Why you would be a good fit for this program
    • Demonstrated history of community involvement or service, communication skills, and customer service skills.

Qualified applicants will be interviewed by AHCT to determine acceptance into the Academy

Our Values in Action

In Access Health CT, with our customers and our employees in mind, we seek to promote the collective values listed below and to live by these behaviors. Our culture of acceptance welcomes and values everyone. We challenge the status quo to find new ways to grow and improve our community, our company, and ourselves. Our people take pride in the service we provide, and in the spirit of the common good that we share.

Access Health CT Values

Do you have questions about Broker Academy Program?

We are offering free, virtual webinars.  For “Broker Academy Info Sessions”  Sign Up Here

* Note, this is an optional event, you are welcome to start your application today!

For questions, email us at: AHCT.BrokerAcademy@ct.gov

Eventbrite Link: https://accesshealthctbrokeracademyinfosession.eventbrite.com

Frequently Asked Questions: Click here for answers to our most asked questions.