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10/26/2021Errors and Omissions Documentation, Social Media, CyberAgents who focus on E&O loss prevention fortify their agency from potentially devastating claims while improving the customer experience. In this course, agents will learn best practices regarding documentation, social media use, cyber risks and other exposures present in the day-to-day operations of most agencies.3.00102621
10/26/2021Adventures in Aging Financially Surviving RetirementTo earn CE credit for attending this course is a nice bonus, but we hope you’ll see it for what it truly is: an experience that will change your life as well as the lives of those around you. People are terrified of outliving their money and the large bills that come with rising cost of living, medical bills and end-of-life costs. This course explores a variety of financial tools and insurance products to help manage such costs. Whether the information is for the benefit of your clients, your family, and/or yourself, you’ll be ready to help.3.00102621PM
10/27/20211 Hour with Corey: Valuation Issues with Custom CarsInsurance professionals should expect three things from this Personal Lines Auto course: (1.) an overview of the dilemma of highly-customized vehicles in valuating during a claim, (2.) interesting examples of the multi-faceted phenomenon of adding a plethora of after-market parts and customization to cars and trucks, and (3.) insurance solutions to mitigate the complexity and add solutions to your sales style and agency protocol. You’ll leave this course with enough knowledge to inform clients of expectations concerning their altered vehicle, prepare proper documentation of customization, and work with claims to garner a consumer-friendly valuation of the car or truck.1.00102721PM
10/28/2021Autos, Garages and Dealers - Oh My! Knowing the DifferenceThe differences between garage policies and a general liability policy are often misunderstood by insurance pros as well as insureds. It’s essential to know the differences as well as what coverage is needed for insureds in dealerships and other segments of the auto business. This class will sharpen the insurance pro’s skills in understanding these different forms and how they can work together to create a cohesive policy for the insured.3.00102821
11/2/2021That’s Personal: Home & Auto ExposuresThat’s Personal: Home & Auto Exposures Your Insured Doesn’t Share (and Why That’s Bad) Your personal insureds are keeping exposures from you that you need to know in order for their coverage to do its job. Assisted living, side jobs, “entity” ownership, unmarried and living together, off-premises activities and other common exposures are discussed in this course. Solutions will help agents discover the truth, close the gap and keep the account.3.00110221PM
11/4/2021Coverage Problems Your Contractors HateThis course examines a variety of inland marine exposures faced by contractors and the policies available to cover those exposures.  We will discuss builders’ risk coverage, installation floaters and contractors’ equipment policies.  For each topic, we will discuss the coverage afforded by commonly used forms and some of the exclusions to watch out for.   We will then discuss certain features of the Commercial General Liability policy and endorsements that are sometimes added.  We will focus on the effect these features and endorsements have on a contractor’s insurance program.3.00110421AM
11/4/2021Personal Lines Clients and Their New NormalA side-effect of the pandemic is that many of our personal lines insureds – for better or worse - had to make changes in the way they live, work, and educate. Even in a post-pandemic world, many such lifestyle changes will continue. Join Nicole as she discusses effects this “new norm” has on homeowners and auto policies.3.0011042021PM
11/9/2021Errors and Omissions Duties, Operations, ChecklistsAgents who focus on E&O loss prevention fortify their agency from potentially devastating claims while improving the customer experience. In this course, agents will learn best practices regarding agent’s duties, agency operations, using checklists and other exposures present in the day-to-day operations of most agencies.3.00110921PM
11/11/2021Commercial Property - Direct vs Indirect DamageWe often sell direct and indirect damage coverages together, but did you know that these forms have little in common and do not require that one be purchased with the other?  This course will include a discussion on some the differences between a direct damage property form and the indirect options available to commercial lines customers.  We will explore some of the unique conditions and provisions in the Insurance Services Office (ISO) Building and Personal Property Coverage form and the ISO Business Income & Extra Expense forms.3.00111121AM
11/11/2021Culture, Ethics and E&O: The Right Way to Run an AgencyGood (and error-avoiding) habits begin with good decision making. It sounds like a no-brainer, but employees in agencies across America struggle with this every day, souring agency culture and leading to costly E&O claims. Join agency principal and long-time insurance educator Terry Tadlock as he guides you through the many methods available to improve your agency’s culture and reduce its E&O exposure through an emphasis on ethical conduct.3.00111121PM
11/18/2021The Small or Hobby FarmThe small farmer has always been with us. Insurance company’s appetite for this type of insured has waxed and waned. Are they commercial risks or personal lines risks? This session will make it very clear the small farmer is BOTH. As such, agents attending this presentation will find that Farm Liability and Farm Property coverages have areas where they do a good job and areas where they leave the insured with uncovered exposures. The same can be said for Commercial General Liability and Commercial Property coverages. To add to the confusion, many times insurance companies seem a bit confused – often personal lines underwriters, handling the business and commercial needs, are not as well understood as they should be. When these risks are being underwritten in the commercial lines department, confusion often exists there too – particularly as to personal liability exposure. As always, the insurance professional MUST be conversant in both arenas to meet the needs of these clients.3.0011821AM
11/18/2021Adventures in Aging Financially Surviving RetirementTo earn CE credit for attending this course is a nice bonus, but we hope you’ll see it for what it truly is: an experience that will change your life as well as the lives of those around you. People are terrified of outliving their money and the large bills that come with rising cost of living, medical bills and end-of-life costs. This course explores a variety of financial tools and insurance products to help manage such costs. Whether the information is for the benefit of your clients, your family, and/or yourself, you’ll be ready to help.3.00111821PM
11/30/2021Insurance Jeopardy! Personal & Commercial LinesThis…Is…Insurance Jeopardy! Your host, instructor and master insurance technician Steve Lyon uses a Q&A format to gauge your understanding of complicated insurance coverage issues in a variety of commercial and personal lines exposures. You’ll love the interactivity…but don’t forget to answer in the form of a question!3.00113021AM
11/30/2021Exposures that Prove Why ALL Employers Need EPL CoverageThis course addresses many employment-related liability exposures faced by today’s employers: sexual harassment in the age of #MeToo, employee privacy concerns, discrimination claims, retaliation claims, wage and hour claims and more.  We will discuss methods used to identify and insure such employment-related exposures and what features to look for in an Employment Practices Liability (EPL) policy.3.00113021PM
12/1/2021Autos, Garages and Dealers - Oh My!In this session you'll learn about many issues concerning garage and dealer insurance policies. The differences between garage policies and a general liability policy are often misunderstood by insurance pros as well as insureds. It’s essential to know the differences as well as what coverage is needed for insureds in dealerships and other segments of the auto business. This class will sharpen the insurance pro’s skills in understanding these their different forms and how they can work together to create a cohesive policy for the insured.0.00120121AM
12/1/20211 Hour with Cathy: Truly Awful CGL EndorsementsThis course will familiarize the participants with some of the endorsements that can severely restrict coverage under the Commercial General Liability (CGL) Policy.  We will review several ISO endorsements and see examples of non-standard endorsements often used by insurers.1.00120121PM
12/2/2021Errors and Omissions Duties, Operations, ChecklistsAgents who focus on E&O loss prevention fortify their agency from potentially devastating claims while improving the customer experience. In this course, agents will learn best practices regarding agent’s duties, agency operations, using checklists and other exposures present in the day-to-day operations of most agencies.3.00120221PM
12/7/2021The Evolution of Ethics in InsuranceInsurance professionals should expect three things from this ethics course: (1.) interesting societal dilemmas and their ethical ramifications, (2.) simple adherence to an existential philosophy applied to a business environment, and (3.) how to apply concrete principles and precepts to insurance-related situations even within a post-modern paradigm. Agents will leave this course with the knowledge to make a correct decision while conducting business, managing people, or setting the barometer for an insurance office or corporate workplace.3.00120721AM
12/7/2021Insuring Commercial Transportation ExposuresBusinesses that use autos need commercial auto coverage.  The type, use, ownership and many other factors associated with these autos will dictate the coverage form most effective in transferring risk for each client. This presentation will address two commonly used auto forms: the Business Auto Coverage Form and the Motor Carrier Coverage Form and discuss why/when a particular form should be used.3.00120721PM
12/9/2021Errors and Omissions Documentation, Social Media, CyberAgents who focus on E&O loss prevention fortify their agency from potentially devastating claims while improving the customer experience. In this course, agents will learn best practices regarding documentation, social media use, cyber risks and other exposures present in the day-to-day operations of most agencies.3.00120921AM

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