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8/18/2020Adventures 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.081820
8/19/2020Culture, Ethics and Errors and OmissionsGood (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.081920
8/20/20201 Hour with Kevin on Extra Money for Bills, Beer or BothRegardless of what you intend to do with them, making a few extra bucks on the side is always helpful. Join Kevin Amrhein as he discusses the personal liability concerns presented by various “side-gig” activities and how to address them.082020
8/20/2020Emerging Leaders TopgolfJoin the Big I Indiana's Emerging Leaders on August 20th from 2-4 pm for our all-inclusive package. We welcome members of any age or position, however we target our events towards the younger generation of agents. Regardless of age, we encourage you to be mindful of your own family and health situation when weighing your decision to join us. Please be cautious regarding your health status and the status of persons you've been around before attending. Older adults and people who have severe underlying medical conditions like heart or lung disease or diabetes seem to be at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19 illness and we urge you to please stay safely at home. $50 includes two hours of game play, light appetizers and two drinks. Space is limited, register ASAP.TOPGOLF20
8/25/2020Commercial Additional Insured Endorsements StatusCommercial Additional Insured endorsements are a seemingly endless issue for agents and their insureds. The continued evolution of the endorsement language - and techniques used in the courtroom to make insureds pay - require agents to stay alert to the changes and intricacies of these endorsements. Those reviewed in this course include endorsements used with the Commercial General Liability policy (CGL), Business Auto policy (BAP), Worker’s Compensation (WC) and Umbrella.082520AM
8/25/2020Homeowner’s Policy Coverage Concerns for the Modern FamilyAdult children coming home (or never leaving). Caring for aging relatives. Pets. Earning extra money, “Smart” appliances and toys. The evolving role of a Homeowner’s insurance policy, and how it addresses these and many other exposures relating to the lives and possessions of the modern family, will be discussed in this course.082520
8/26/20201 Hour with Kevin on Insuring Modern Transit RisksHow ubiquitous are cars with self-driving capability? Why are so many cities packed with scooter riders buzzing in and out of pedestrian and vehicle traffic? Do “flying cars” actually exist? Join Kevin Amrhein in this engaging course that will address insurance implications created by modern and evolving options for personal transit.082620
9/2/2020CIC Insurance Company Operations - Online CourseThis course is being offered online in the traditional CIC Institute format - two consecutive 8-hour days of class. Topics Covered: Executive Strategies, Actuarial Practices & Accounting, Agency/Policyholder Services, Product Development, Underwriting, and ClaimsCIC052220
9/9/20201 Hour with Kevin on The S.T.O.R.M. WebinarThe big storm passes but leaves another in its wake. This course focuses on the storm after the storm. Specifically, personal and commercial lines coverage – or lack thereof - resulting from Spoilage, Trees, Outages, Removal (of debris), and Money.090920
9/10/20201 Hour with Kevin on S.T.O.R.M. The SequelEveryone LOVES a sequel! In this follow up to Kevin Amrhein’s popular topic called “The S.T.O.R.M. Webinar (Coverage Concerns for Serious Storm Events),” this Webinar visits additional personal lines coverage concerns presented in the wake of a major storm event: Selecting insured help, Temporary shelter, Other structures, Rented/borrowed autos and Motor vehicles.091020
9/10/2020Additional Insureds and Certificates Issues and AnswersCertificates of Insurance and Additional Insured endorsements cause many problems for insurance agents trying to help commercial clients.  We will review the things to consider before issuing a certificate and discuss ways to avoid some of the common problems and errors.  We will discuss Additional Insureds, reviewing some of the most commonly used Additional Insured Endorsements. Lastly, we will look at requests frequently made of agents and discuss why some of these can create problems.091020PM
9/15/2020Ethics and Errors and Omissions Synergy Not RivalryEthics. Morals. Errors. Omissions. Words that touch the nerves of even the most solid agents and strike at the foundation of even the most formidable agencies. Through recent headlines and interactive case studies, this course seeks to find and explain the synergy between the fundamental principles of ethical conduct and the effect certain business practices will invariably have on E&O risk management. **This course is not approved for SwissRe/Westport/IIABA E&O Credit.091520
9/17/2020Errors 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.091720AM
9/17/2020Alphabet SoupYou can’t control how they act or the decisions they make. But when questionable conduct and/or decision-making at the executive level lands your client in hot water, you as the insurance professional may be called upon to assist. Specifically, to advise on insurance products they have (hopefully) secured to mitigate the exposure. Directors and Officers (D&O), Employment Practices Liability (EPLI), Fiduciary Liability (FLI) and Employee Benefits Liability (EBL) all make an appearance in this important course091720PM
9/21/2020JK Ruble Graduate Seminar - Online CourseThis course is being offered online in the traditional Ruble format - two consecutive 8-hour days of class. Topics include: Managing and Transferring Environmental Exposures, Innovative Environmental Strategies Risk Management and Insurance, Ethical Issues, General Liability - The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, and EPLI - Why Don' t Agencies Sell This Coverage?JRGS092220
9/22/2020Dead or Alive The Many Functions of Life InsuranceThe purpose of this course is to describe in depth the many benefits, uses, and ways that life insurance can be leveraged while you’re still alive. Many intricacies of policies have living benefits that can be utilized prior to death. This course will focus on ten features and benefits that exist within most permanent life insurance policies, how to identify them, and/or how to access them.092220
9/22/2020Everything's Soaked and My Stuff StinksYour personal lines insureds have issues with water and, unfortunately, so does their insurance policy! Water damage comes in many different forms – sometimes covered, sometimes not - and just an inch of water can be the difference between a nuisance and a total loss. This course reviews the many different causes of water damage and how its addressed by common personal lines insurance policies.092220PM
9/23/2020The 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.092320
9/24/2020Welcome to the FutureWelcome to the future where you always have a ride, a place to stay and your car drives itself. Innovations in technology are truly amazing but aren’t without risk. This course dives into the many insurance concerns and possible solutions regarding these exciting, different and sometimes risky technologies and activities.092420
9/30/2020Coverage 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.093020AM



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