Courses
Course # Name Description
113918 BUSINESS INCOME COVERAGE This course will cover the: Evolution of Business Interruption Coverage Terminology; Common Elements of Coverage; Standard ISO Forms; Rental Value; Causes of Loss; Elements Necessary to Trigger Coverage; Additional & Optional Coverages; Non Standard Coverage and Manuscript Forms; Establishing Business Interruption Limits (Before the Loss): Payroll Considerations; Setting the B.I. Limit; BIC on a BOP; and how to complete the BI Worksheet.
108346 DISABILITY INSURANCE: CONTRACTUAL PROVISIONS, EXTRA BENEFITS, & OVERINSURANCE This course goes into: the need for the coverage; the definitions of a disability (total / partial); NAIC mandatory and optional policy conditions; types of contracts; and the overinsurance problem.
108344 ETHICS FOR THE INSURANCE PRODUCER: “GETTING THE BUSINESS OR GIVING IT” This class is designed to provide education for producers on: How to think ethically; basic ethical principals and decision making processes; the purposes of insurance regulators; what acts are considered unethical and in violation of insurance regulations, and how producer conduct impacts insureds, insurers, and the insurance community at large. Participants will be able to better understand ethical decision making, how to address unethical situations;and how to better make ethical decisions.
108341 LIFE & HEALTH MANDATORY PA 24 HOUR PRE-LICENSING COURSE Teaches: How the insurance industry operates and functions; basic fundamentals of life & health insurance; retirement; government programs; taxation; the mandatory 3 hours of ethics; and Act 147. We meet 1 day during the work week for 3 consecutive weeks 4 hours each class from 5 pm to 9 pm and 2 consecutive Saturdays from 8 am to 5 pm 9 hours each class - including 1 hour lunch. Refer to your class registration form for exact dates & day.
108345 LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE: "WHO'S GOING TO TAKE CARE OF ME WHEN I GET OLD" This class will educate producers on: How LTC insurance contracts operate; what the policy definitions and terminology mean and how they impact the insured; what qualifies benefits under an LTC policy; how benefits are paid for the LTC coverages; the mandatory policy provisions of a qualified plan; coverage options; and other programs that may impact long term care. Participants will be able to better understand and explain the LTC policy and how to address insureds LTC needs.
108342 PROPERTY & CASUALTY MANDATORY PA 24 HR PRE-LICENSING CLASS Teaches: How the industry operates and functions; Property & Casualty policies & coverages including but not limited to Auto, Property, Homeowners, Dwellings, Liability, Business Owners, and others; 3 hours mandatory Ethics; and ACT 147. We meet 1 day during the work week for 3 consecutive weeks 4 hours each class from 5 pm to 9 pm and 2 consecutive Saturdays from 8 am to 5 pm 9 hours each class - including 1 hour lunch. Refer to your class registration form for exact dates & day.
108347 UMBRELLA AND EXCESS LIABILITY COVERAGE This course will cover the basic coverages; format; conditions; structuring; and underwriting of both commercial and personal umbrella & excess liability policies. Producers will learn the importance of: why this coverage should be offered; umbrella policy concurrency; primary underlying coverages; limits; and policy terminology.