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Personal & Commercial Lines

Course Code: 2633

Course Description

This course provides agents with the basic information needed to provide professional advice to clients. It evaluates the details of each of the four types of Personal Lines policies (Dwelling, Homeowner, Auto, and Personal Umbrella & Excess Liability). Furthermore, it covers the basics of commercial lines by exploring various forms and coverages across property, auto, general liability and workers' compensation insurance.

Personal & Commercial Lines & Ethics

Course Code: 2634

Course Description

This course provides agents with the basic information needed to provide professional advice to clients. It evaluates the details of each of the four types of Personal Lines policies and covers the basics of Commercial lines by exploring various forms and coverages. Also discussed are a number of consequences insurance professionals can expect if an E & O claim is submitted. By evaluating trends that have been reported by several national E & O insurance companies with respect to actual insurance agents' E & O claims, producers will be equipped to improve their client and company relationships.

Personal Auto Insurance

Course Code: 2672

Course Description

The objective of this course is to explore issues that generate confusion, disfavor with clients, coverage gaps and other issues, for the purpose of providing clarity. This course will help the agent manage his/her client relationships more effectively and provides discussion for sidestepping behavior that invites E&O claims.

Personal Lines

Course Code: 2564

Course Description

This course provides agents with the basic information needed to provide professional advice to clients. It evaluates the details of each of the four types of Personal Lines policies (Dwelling, Homeowner, Auto, and Personal Umbrella & Excess Liability) including: * The history of each type of insurance * Eligibility of coverage * Endorsements available for adding to the policies

Personal Lines Combo with Ethics

Course Code: 2883

Course Description

One 24 hour Course - One Final Exam Part 1 Personal Lines-discusses each of the 4 basic types of personal lines insurance * Dwelling Property * Homeowners Coverage * Personal Auto * Umbrella & Excess Liability Part 2-Cyber Security & Identity Theft * Developing common "cyber-sense" * Cyber vulnerabilities * Methods for stealing personal information * Identity theft and data breaches * Cyber Liability insurance and other insurance products Part 3 dives into the world of insurance fraud-including types of fraud, how to identify the Red Flags that point to fraud, many examples of actual fraud cases as well the legislation enacted to prevent it. Part 4 concludes with 3 hours ethics-exploring many of the ways agents are at risk for an E&O claim and how to avoid these exposures.

Personal Lines: Contracts & Underwriting

Course Code: 2520

Course Description

This course provides agents/CSRs with personal lines underwriting concepts from an underwriter's perspective. It also examines factors that define loss ratios and how risk selection and tiering of personal lines business can negatively and positively impact those factors. Additionally, included is a discussion of automobile tiering and how credit scoring impacts automobile rating.

Professional & Executive Liability

Course Code: 2728

Course Description

Each professional liability policy is unique to both the insurer and the type of professional it insures. Businesspersons and commercial enterprises have additional exposures that require protection by unique and specific insurance products, including: E&O, D&O, Employment Practices Liability (EPL), Cyber Liability, and Identity Fraud.

Property & Casualty Insurance

Course Code: 2678

Course Description

This course presents agents with the fundamentals of the insurance industry as a whole, as well as, foundational concepts and terms used in property and casualty policies. It also details basic property and casualty policies and their coverages. Topics discussed include: * Dwelling and Homeowners policies * Businessowners Property insurance * Personal & Commercial Auto * Miscellaneous Liability Policies * Workers' Compensation Florida Course Level: Basic

Reg 187 Best Interests-No CE Credit

Course Code: 3012

Course Description

THIS COURSE IS FOR TRAINING ONLY - NO CE CREDIT. This course meets the training requirement of NY's Regulation 187 as amended, effective for the sale of Annuity products 8/1/19 and for Life insurance product 2/1/2020. New York has one of the strongest client-facing standards of care in the country. Annuity and life insurance product suitability training is one reason why. Producers and carriers are charged with keeping the client's best interests ahead of all else during the sales process. This course provides an excellent model of NY requirements as applicable to transaction recommendations of annuity contracts and life insurance policies. Suitability for new product sales, existing policy replacements and in-force policy transactions.

Regulatory Awareness for the Insurance Producer

Course Code: 3058

Course Description

Money laundering, insurance fraud and consumer protection all require today's producer to get informed and stay informed. This course covers the major AML topics producers need to recognize cash-related scams and fraudulent claims. The keys to consumer protection will not only help producers and brokers safeguard their clients, but will also guard against being victimized at both the personal and the agency level.

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