In order to become a full-fledged Florida Bail Bond Agent, you must first receive a Temporary License and intern with a licensed Bail Bond Agent for one year. In order to activate your Temporary license, you must be employed by a Licensed Bail Bond Agent and stay employed by only one licensed and appointed supervising bail bond agent during this time.
Once issued a Temporary Limit Surety Agent license and while accompanied by a supervising bail bond agent or an agent from the same agency you can learn the business and assist with posting bail at correctional facilities, presenting defendants in court; apprehending, arresting, and surrendering defendants to the proper authorities; and keep defendants under necessary surveillance.
Note: If licensed in another state within four (4) years, provide a Letter of Clearance.
A lunch break and several small breaks will be given.
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Florida Bail Bond school provides the 120-hour pre-licensing Florida Bail Bond agent course in an innovative instructor-led internet classroom setting taught by lead instructors with decades of experience in the Florida Bail Bond industry. This course is fully accredited with the Department of Financial Services and will satisfy your state requirement for licensing.
This course is completed fully online, saving you hours of driving time, and hundreds in gas and childcare. This course is a webcast classroom course, with a live instructor, delivered through the internet. All that is needed is a computer, tablet, or smartphone with an internet connection and a noise-canceling headset which can be purchased for approximately twenty dollars on Amazon.
Our free study guide is available for download below. The final exam is completed in a private web meeting, one on one, with a live instructor / proctor.
We’re here to ensure that you get the required passing grade without wasting your time and money.
Our instructors are dedicated to teaching you all you need to know, taking it step-by-step as you study our detailed training materials.
Florida Bail Bond Agents must complete fourteen hours of continuing education credit every twenty-four months to maintain their license. As providers, we are dedicated to offering CE courses relevant to the duties of real Bail Bond Agents.
The two highest liabilities as a Bail Bond Agent are getting sued and getting killed. Effective Bail Bond Agents must know exactly what they are legally allowed to do as well as how to do it safely.
Bail Bond Agents should stay up to date on current law and Bail Bond regulations. If a Bail Bond agent participates in fugitive apprehensions it is advantageous to seek consistent training in grappling, first aid, weapon safety / law, and de-escalation.