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Cyber Security & Identity Theft

Course Code: 2836

Course Description

Cyber-education is the key to protecting clients, co-workers, and employers-learning to secure personal, private, and protected information from the constant threat of data breach and related risks. Cyber Security & Identity Theft explores the cyber risks and vulnerabilities that affect not only insurance professionals, but their clients as well.

Cyber Security & Identity Theft-LH

Course Code: 2891

Course Description

Cyber-education is the key to protecting clients, co-workers, and employers-learning to secure personal, private, and protected information from the constant threat of data breach and related risks. Cyber Security & Identity Theft explores the cyber risks and vulnerabilities that affect not only insurance professionals, but their clients as well.

Cyber Security & Identity Theft-PC

Course Code: 2893

Course Description

Cyber-education is the key to protecting clients, co-workers, and employers-learning to secure personal, private, and protected information from the constant threat of data breach and related risks. Cyber Security & Identity Theft explores the cyber risks and vulnerabilities that affect not only insurance professionals, but their clients as well.

Disability Income Insurance

Course Code: 2580

Course Description

Disability Income Insurance is a product that is attractive to a large cross-section of clients. Accordingly, agents should be educated about the types and uses of various disability insurance policies. This course explores: * The role played by Social Security benefits * Business Disability Insurance * Benefit Provisions and Riders * Underwriting and the claims process

Driving into the Future

Course Code: 2933

Course Description

Insurance and technology: they can't exist without each other. This course discusses the major conflicts between standard insurance policies and the risks posed by car rental agreements, ridesharing--from the perspectives of both passenger and driver, and drones. We also provide tips for avoiding coverage gaps in these areas.

Estate Planning

Course Code: 2513

Course Description

Estate planning encompasses the accumulation, conservation and distribution of an estate. This course examines the different facets of planning for estate taxes and the use of life insurance. The gross estate is defined along with a discussion of some of the estate planning tools taking into account the various types of trusts. Estate planning techniques are considered including funding charitable remainder trusts with life insurance as well as lifetime gifting.

Ethical Business Insurance

Course Code: 3053

Course Description

The business of insurance is complex and highly regulated. Agents are expected to apply extremely high ethical standards to their business, in support of client needs. This course highlights 5 topics that together encompass most of the challenges agents face. These include: * Insurance law * Consumer protection * Ethical insurance practices * Authorized and unauthorized entities * Insurance fraud

Ethics and Disclosures

Course Code: 3015

Course Description

Insurance disclosures provide consumers with valuable information about their purchasing decision, and help to keep all parties to the contract honest and transparent. Armed with the right information, consumers can make the most informed and appropriate decision regarding any insurance recommendation establish trust between client and producer from the very beginning of their professional relationship. This 1-hour ethics course reviews cases and scenarios where disclosures either were or were not provided at the appropriate times and the consequences of both.

Ethics in Action

Course Code: 2897

Course Description

The focus of this ethics course is divided into three areas of focus: * Ethics and the Law - The vagaries of our country's legal system as it pertains to the insurance industry * Product Knowledge - Explaining the technical aspects of insurance coverage to consumers who often do not have the time, willingness, or ability to listen and/or understand * Disclosures - Providing all the disclosures required by insurance carriers, state and federal laws, and ethical requirements of your profession

Ethics in Business

Course Code: 2671

Course Description

The business of insurance is complex and highly regulated. Agents are expected to apply extremely high ethical standards to their business, in support of client needs. This course highlights 5 topics that together encompass most of the challenges agents face. These include: * Insurance law * Consumer protection * Ethical insurance practices * Authorized and unauthorized entities * Insurance fraud

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