Bail Bonding is a career that varies heavily state to state. Each state sets its own licensure and educational requirements. Florida requires both a 120-hour classroom setting course, as well as a correspondance course. (On-Line Self Study ) University Of Florida is one of the Providers of the On-Line Self Study Course , please contact the Florida Department Of Financial Services for the list of other providers . Florida Bail Bond School has now brought the 120-hour Pre-Licensing Webinar classroom course and is delivered through intercation with a live instructor via the internet to make it more convenient and accessible. This classroom instruction course requires a 80% grade or higher to pass.
You are required to take an additional correspondance course . University of Florida offered such a course. ( Please check with the Florida Department of Financial Services for a list of other prroviders ) Our 120-hour Pre-Licensing Webinar course satisfies the second requirement for licensing.
These courses do not need to be taken in any particular order.
Our pre-licensing 120-hour Pre-licensing Bail Bond Webinar course is only offered through Florida Bail Bond School. FBBS hold a provisional utility patent on this offering.
Our course is instructor-led in an internet classroom setting. The final exam is completed in a private web meeting, one on one, with a live instructor prompting the exam.
Additional study materials, such as training books and manuals will be mailed out prior to your class beginning. These materials will also be available as a PDF download on the website. A personal computer, iPad, or smartphone with a high-speed internet connection are necessary for the course. Additionally, you will need a computer headset with a noise-canceling microphone, which can be purchased on Amazon for $20.
WEBCAST CLASSROOM COURSE: Means a type of Classroom course delivered through interaction with a live Instructor.
PATENT PENDING FLORIDA BAIL BOND SCHOOL INC. HAS FILED an application with the USPTO under 35 U.S.C. §111(b). for a web-based Florida 120-hour bail bond course. The present Provisional Patent is a web-based virtual training instruction led course. The patent pending will use both online data (course) and material backed by web-based instruction interface, using both webinars and face-to-face video training.