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12/8/2022More Money, More (Ins) Problems? Mastering P&C CoverageThis course is designed to take an in-depth look into the affluent/high-net-worth marketplace and the challenges posed by the unique exposures and lifestyles. Discussion will focus on their needs and some of the most frequently overlooked coverage gaps, as well as the underwriting and risk management issues.3.00120822AM
12/8/2022Why Good People Do Bad Things: Deep Dive Into Agency EthicsTo teach insurance professionals why a lack of ethical conduct and bad decision making by agency staff are often the result of a toxic work environment and what can be done to fix it.3.00120822PM
12/13/2022EPLI - A Coverage No Business Can Afford to be WithoutJoin us for an interesting look at hot topics in the arena of EPLI!  We’ll look at current trends and current issues, including Covid-19 questions.  We’ll revisit some concepts from the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act.  The emphasis is on things your insureds need to know (and ways in which you can more effectively interact with them) to manage an ever-changing risk.  We’ll conclude with a look at some lurking insurance coverage questions in EPLI.3.00121322AM
12/13/2022Pers. & Comm. Endorsements: Some Good, Some That StinkExplore many useful Personal lines and Commercial Lines endorsements that broaden your client’s coverage and provide you with a competitive advantage over others! Also, be able to spot and take action when “nasty” endorsements make their way onto your clients new and renewal policies.3.00121322PM
12/15/2022Homeowners In Real Life: Tales of Claims & CoverageOnce a policy is written, all it requires is renewals and varying degrees of service….until a claim occurs!  Take a deep dive in to some claims examples that range from dog bites to burglaries, renovations to total losses, and how each claims triggers (or doesn’t!) specific parts of the homeowners policy.3.001215222AM
12/15/2022Growing Good Ins: Using Property & Liability EndorsementsThis presentation will concentrate on the Insurance Services Office (ISO) Farm Property and Liability Coverage Forms and vital endorsements necessary for most clients involved in an agribusiness operation.3.00121522PM
1/10/2023Homeowners Deep Dive: What You Need to Know About FormsAfter many years in the making, the Insurance Services Office’s (ISO) latest edition of its Homeowners forms contain numerous features not seen in prior editions. Insurance pros who take this course will dive deep into the forms and gain expertise on many features including some that benefit the insured and some that don’t.3.00011023AM
1/10/2023Adventures in Aging: Medicare and Other Retirement SolutionsMedicare is coming (or for many, it’s already arrived!) Join veteran insurance educator Chris Amrhein as he shares his own adventures with Medicare and other healthcare solutions for seniors. He’ll discuss eligibility, enrollment, changes, costs, benefits, limitations and just about everything else. Whether the information is for the benefit of your clients, your family, and/or yourself, you’ll be ready!3.00011023PM
1/11/20231 Hour with Nicole: Insuring Work From Home ExposuresWorking from home has become a staple of employment in America. Whether the “WFHomer” is doing so on behalf of an employer or running his/her own business, reliance on the homeowners policy is risky. In this course we’ll look at the unendorsed ISO Homeowners Forms for coverage, exclusions, and available endorsements.  Personal lines pros who understand the limits of the homeowners forms and ask the right risk analysis questions of their clients will help prevent errors and omissions claims, increase customer retention, and add value to their clients’ insurance portfolios.1.00011123AM
1/11/20231 Hour with Sam: The Policy’s Position on HomeThe goal of this course is multifaceted. We will review reasons why our personal lines clients wish to participate in sharing activities. We will discuss concerns that exist when our clients offer their property and/or use property of others via popular web-enabled services such as VRBO, Airbnb and similar platforms.  We’ll explore the most commonly-used homeowner coverage form and the endorsements introduced for these exposures. Finally, we’ll glance at the personal auto policy as well as watercraft and recreational vehicle coverage forms to better understand coverage issues that may arise when these items are shared with others.1.00011123PM
1/12/2023Inflation and Personal Lines: Why It Matters & How to HandlePersonal lines insurance consumers know the pinch of inflation on seemingly all goods and services. What’s the impact on personal insurance rates and coverage?  This course reviews several factors as to how inflation across other industries impacts personal insurance and how to explain this to insureds. We’ll discuss options in various policies that can help insureds avoid underinsurance and help agents avoid E&O claims stemming from underinsurance situations.3.00011223AM
1/12/2023Agent's E&O: Defenses & Preventions For the Ins. ProAgents who focus on E&O loss prevention fortify their agency from potentially devastating claims while improving the customer experience. In this course, agents will discuss the importance of understanding their legal duty of care, the benefit of adopting a best practices approach in their workflow procedures and to help them defend themselves when the E&O claim is presented to the agency.3.00011223PM
1/17/2023Marriage, Kids, Money, Assisted Living & Everything BetweenThis course looks at several common home and auto policy concerns which may escalate during certain times of the insured’s life cycle. Issues created by marriage (and its dissolution), having kids, making money, college, roommates, stuff in storage, entity ownership of property, assisted living and other exposures are reviewed.3.00011723AM
1/17/2023Planting the Seed: Strategies to Get Agribusiness InsuredsIn order to reduce the thought of insurance as a commodity, the agent MUST enhance the value they bring to the agribusiness insurance buyer.  This course will review the risk management process as well as available coverage forms and endorsements that allow agents to tailor the risk finance tool of insurance. Participants will learn about the tools available to protect entities, individuals and families involved in an agribusiness operation.3.00011723PM
1/19/2023Bots, Crypto, Weed & Other Risks You Never Imagined InsuringBig data is watching your every move. Virtual currencies are powering transactions globally. Cars are driving themselves, stuff orbiting the earth can actually hurt you, genetically modified animals and marijuana are everywhere. This mind-blowing course discusses these and many other exposures that just recently would’ve seemed too futuristic to even exist (much less create an insurance concern) but here we are!3.00011923AM
1/19/2023Why Good People Do Bad Things: Deep Dive Into Agency EthicsTo teach insurance professionals why a lack of ethical conduct and bad decision making by agency staff are often the result of a toxic work environment and what can be done to fix it.3.00011923PM
1/24/2023Lurking Surprises In the Contractor’s CGL PolicyThis course examines a variety of Commercial General Liability policy features and endorsements that are sometimes added.  We will focus on the effect these features and endorsements have on a contractor’s insurance program. While most of the endorsements discussed are reductions in coverage, some are important enhancements.3.00012423PM
1/25/20231 Hour with Dave: All Things Ordinance or LawWhile many insurance pros are familiar with the term “Ordinance or Law”, many don’t have a keen understanding of its role in a homeowners or commercial property policy. This course reviews examples of ordinances and laws regarding damaged structures, the policy exclusions for compliance exposures as well as methods to insure them.1.00012523PM
1/26/2023Covering Online Fraud & Employees Who Turn Out to Be CrooksThis course discusses two of the coverages available under commercial crime policies, with a focus on the Insurance Services Office (ISO) Commercial Crime program.  We will begin with a discussion of the difference between Discovery and Loss Sustained coverage triggers.  We will discuss Employee Theft coverage, the use of Employee Theft coverage to satisfy ERISA requirements and how the Employee Dishonesty coverage in the BOP differs from the Employee Theft Coverage in the Crime program.  We will move on to a discussion of Computer and Funds Transfer Fraud including adding coverage for Fraudulent Impersonation/Social Engineering losses.3.00012623PM
2/1/20231 Hour with Nicole: Why PL Deductibles Confuse InsuredsDeductibles are commonly understood when agents sell and service a policy. However, applying deductibles to a loss may work a little differently than insureds (and sometimes agents!) expect.  This course uses several examples to fortify an agent’s understanding of both general and unique applications of deductibles in common personal lines policies.1.00020123PM

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