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Catastrophes & Fraud

Course Code: 2627

Course Description

Hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and man-made disasters such as terrorism dramatically impact insurers, agents and adjusters. Whether working in personal lines or in commercial markets, this course provides insights into underwriting, reinsurance, and surplus lines. In addition to examining catastrophes and insurance, this course also reviews: * Surety Bonds and Crime Insurance * Equipment Breakdown Coverage * Business Interruption Coverage

Catastrophes, Fraud & Ethics

Course Code: 2628

Course Description

Hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and man-made disasters such as terrorism dramatically impact insurers, agents and adjusters. Whether working in personal lines or in commercial markets, this course provides insights into underwriting, reinsurance, and surplus lines. In addition to examining catastrophes and insurance, this course also evaluates trends that have been reported by national E & O insurance companies and will equip producers with the knowledge to enable them to improve their client and company relationships.

CO PC Combo with Ethics & Homeowners

Course Code: 2863

Course Description

One Course - One Test! This all-inclusive 24 hour CE course combines all required hours for the Colorado Property & Casualty agent, including: * 3 hours of Homeowners * 3 hours of Ethics Other P&C topics include: Commerical Property, Commercial General Liability, Commercial Auto, Commercial Crime, Workers' Compensation Insurance, and Avoiding E&O Claims.

CO Personal Lines Combo w/Ethics & Homeowners

Course Code: 2864

Course Description

One Course - One Test! This all-inclusive 24 hour CE course combines all required hours for the Colorado Personal Lines agent, including: * 3 hours of Homeowners * 3 hours of Ethics Other topics covered: Personal Auto Insurance, Cyber Security, Identity Theft, and Insurance Fraud.

Colorado Long Term Care General

Course Code: 2709

Course Description

This course enables insurance professionals, financial advisors, insurance company personnel, and consumers to become knowledgeable about the nuanced field of long-term care (LTC) partnership programs. Concepts discussed include: * Public programs that pay for long-term care * LTC features, benefits and provisions * LTC premiums, underwriting and claims * Alternative financing options Completion of this course will certify an agent/producer to sell, solicit and negotiate Long-term Care insurance in Colorado.

Commercial Coverages: What Every Agent Should Know

Course Code: 2722

Course Description

Commercial lines producers start work every day knowing they may encounter a business class they have never written before. This course covers 8 different specialized topics that can baffle newbies, while affording seasoned agents a niche market. * Surplus Lines, Reinsurance, Crime & Terrorism * Business Interruption & Equipment Breakdown * Professional & Cyber Liabilities

Commercial Lines

Course Code: 2629

Course Description

This course provides agents with the basic information needed to provide professional advice to clients. It covers the basics of Commercial lines and explores various forms, coverages and across property, auto, general liability, and workers' compensation insurance. Topics discussed include: * Cause of Loss Forms * Garagekeepers Policy * Claims-made vs. Occurrence Forms * Basic Rating vs. Special Risk Rating

Consumer Protection

Course Code: 2670

Course Description

No one disagrees that insurance contracts can be complex and confusing, especially to the consumer. Insurance professionals are accountable for their representation of every contract they sell. This course explores the roles of the National Association of insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and the Federal Insurance Office play the regulation of illegal trade and claims practices. Other topics include: * Privacy Rules and Regulations * Telemarketer Sales Rules * Can-SPAM Act * Do Not Track

Crime & Time Element Coverages

Course Code: 2724

Course Description

Three often overlooked and commonly misunderstood property coverages include Crime Insurance, Business Interruption Insurance, and Equipment Breakdown Coverage. To an inadequately protected business, these coverages can represent the difference between surviving a catastrophe and closing the doors forever.

Crop Risk Management

Course Code: 2524

Course Description

Agriculture is the backbone of the U.S. Economy. Crops are a major investment for farmers and growers across the country and must be protected against potentially devastating losses caused by the forces of nature. This course explores crop risk management as a whole and looks closely at the differences between crop-hail insurance and multi-peril crop insurance, as well as different plan types and the features of each policy.

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