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Technical Insurance Courses
Course Name CE Credits Course Number Pricing Levels Description Enroll
A Practical Guide to Agency E&O Risk Management for Agency Managers 6 HRS (PC) 7398 Member:
$90.00

Non-Member:
$125.00

This comprehensive course covers whole account risk analysis and exposure identification, including client life cycle, claim causes, policy documentation, automation, markets, and claims analysis. Includes information specific to agency managers to aid in claim avoidance.

E & O Verification Form for Loss Control Credit Click Here
Mississippi Proctor Affidavit for Online Course Final Exam (Required) CLICK HERE
A Practical Guide to Agency E&O Risk Management for Producers 6 HRS (PC) 7537 Member:
$90.00

Non-Member:
$125.00

This comprehensive course covers whole account risk analysis and exposure identification, including client life cycle, claim causes, policy documentation, automation, markets, and claims analysis. Includes information specific to producers to aid in claim avoidance.

E & O Verification Form for Loss Control Credit Click Here
Mississippi Proctor Affidavit for Online Course Final Exam (Required) CLICK HERE
A Practical Guide to Agency E&O Risk Management for CSRs 6 HRS (PC) 7536 Member:
$90.00

Non-Member:
$125.00

This comprehensive course covers whole account risk analysis and exposure identification, including client life cycle, claim causes, policy documentation, automation, markets, and claims analysis. Includes information specific to customer service reps. to aid in claim avoidance.

E & O Verification Form for Loss Control Credit Click Here
Mississippi Proctor Affidavit for Online Course Final Exam (Required) CLICK HERE
National Flood Insurance Program 4 HRS (PC) 4727 Member:
$65.00

Non-Member:
$85.00

This course covers the eligibility, coverage, forms, rating and E&O issues of flood insurance. It presumes that the student has access to the most recent version of the NFIP Flood Insurance Manual. As well, this course meets the required educational mandates of the NFIP to sell flood insurance.

Mississippi Proctor Affidavit for Online Course Final Exam (Required) CLICK HERE
ETHICS: Ivory Tower or Street Level? Not Eligible for CE Not Eligible for CE Member:
$65.00

Non-Member:
$85.00

The first half of the material is a simple summary of the key issues, offering an approach that focuses on effective methods of ethical decision making in everyday situations. One facet of this approach is a particular emphasis on clearly defining the differences, for purposes of this course, between "morality" and "ethics."

The second part of the class consists of a series of case studies. The case studies relate specifically to situations faced regularly by agents, underwriters, and claims adjusters. The intent is for each case to be realistic (each is based upon actual incidents), as well as to minimize moral issues.

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