I'd take a look at various credentials that are recognized by your state department of insurance as a substitute for pre-licensing training. These should help your "corporate resume":
This is in California as of 2009:
Nationally Recognized Designations
Section 1749 and 1749.4 of the CIC were amended to recognize courses from other nationally recognized designation programs not currently listed in 1749.4, as meeting the standards for prelicensing and continuing education requirements. Effective January 1, 2009, the recognized designations will be as follows:
• Any part of the Accredited Advisor in Insurance (AAI) program totaling 25 hours for the fire casualty broker-agent license.
• Any part of the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) program totaling 30 hours for the fire casualty broker-agent license.
• Any part of the Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) program totaling 25 hours for the life-only or accident health agent license and the fire casualty broker-agent license.
• Any part of the Associate in Risk Management (ARM) program totaling 30 hours for the fire casualty broker-agent license.
There are others listed, but they relate primarily to "Life Only" and/or "Accident and Health" licenses.
There may be other designations that also have a quality educational content, but they may not be nearly as recognized by employers as the ones that State DOI recognize too.
In addition, I'd take a look at the home office personnel and determine "who holds what designation". Just peruse LinkedIn for various companies, look at their employees and check it out.
There are more listed here, but you'll still need to do your research on them: Professional Designations and certifications for the insurance industry