The Surety Bail Network owners launch FreeBailClasses.com for residents in the State of Ohio
After years of working in the Bail bonds industry the Surety Bail Network has launched an aggressive statewide program to get Ohio residents licensed.
August 29, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – (Cleveland, Ohio) – Residents will have the choice to either work as part time or as full time agents anywhere in the state. No participating agents will be required to re-locate all new agents can work in the designated areas in which they currently work or live.
All newly signed agents that are accepted by the insurance company will receive extensive training on posting and completing surety bail applications, newly signed agents will also receive a free website , free mobile apps and 24/7 customer support.
“We are thrilled to offer Free Bail Classes throughout the state of Ohio” says Natasha Watts. Our initial goal was to help residents get licensed in the surety industry locally but the statewide response has been overwhelming. Industry experts initially told us “Free Bail Classes” could not be done but we have indeed proven that it can.
There are principally two types of training available to bail bondsmen: academic and professional. Academic preparation usually involves attending college and obtaining a degree in a financial field. Professional training includes attending classes sponsored by bail bond pre-licensing teams or insurance companies which serve as an introduction to the bail profession.
With almost 15,000 bail bondsmen currently working in the United States and almost 1,881 bail companies in operation, there are a vast number of opportunities for professionals to enter the bail industry. The annual revenue for the entire industry is almost $700 million according to IBIS World, but not all professionals who attempt to find success in this competitive field achieve it. One of the fundamental prerequisites for success as a bail bondsman is to receive adequate education and training so that the many challenges of this financial career can be appropriately met and overcome.
Natasha Watts has worked in the court system and surety bail industry for over 24 years she has dedicated her life to organizing “Stop the violence campaigns” in various communities. Natasha also created the Victory Center for Youth a program dedicated to mentoring inner city youth. The VCFL is supported by various community leaders such as Pastors, Police officers, Social workers and Earle B. Turner of the Cleveland Municipal clerk of courts.