This session will explore the various nuances within contract policy language that affect both property and liability policies.
In this session, participants will explore significant concerns found within the ISO Personal Automobile and Homeowners policies – such as ownership, liability, and loss assessment coverage - and develop ways to explain them to their clients.
Agents will take an in-depth look at the risk management needs of family offices, specifically; specifically Directors & Officers Coverage, Kidnap, Ransom and Extortion Coverage, and other methods of protection for families of exceptional wealth.
This class examines the risk management strategies necessary to minimize cyber attacks. Agents will learn about insurance coverage solutions in order to better understand the concepts and exposures related to the cyber crime industry.
This session will provide an overview of current events and their impact on the insurance industry. The discussion includes how recent changes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as it relates to employer sponsored health insurance; the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and identify possible insurance solutions to their use.
Participants will be introduced to the three major government programs available to most U.S. citizens. They will learn the requirements to qualify for the programs, the benefits these programs have, and the gaps that exist.
ATVs, dirt bikes, Segway, watercraft, and other motorized toys – Oh My! In this session, participants will gain an understanding of exposures for owning and renting recreational vehicles and learn just how much coverage is provided through the ISO Personal Automobile and Homeowners policies – including available endorsements. As well, participants will explore coverage within recreational vehicle policies, motorcycle policies, watercraft policies, and the Personal Umbrella policy.
What is a crisis? It’s more than a hurricane or a flood. Learn to identify crisis situations that could have a significant impact on your clients' business, agency, or organization. Discover how to prepare a crisis management plan to prevent or lessen the damage a crisis can inflict. Using an interactive and case study approach, prepare for an active shooter event and the understand proper responses.
Modern manufacturing procesess have introduced many risks that present complex pollution exposures. As comprehensive liability policies are driven by their exclusions, this session will explore the numerous pollution liability types, endorsements, and risk transfer techniques applicable to various commercial exposures.
In this session, participants will understand ethical challenges that insurance professionals face, difference between legal and ethical responsibilities and their fiduciary duties and obligations to the customer, insurer, and peers.
In this session, participants will use real claim examples to discuss problems and possible solutions to Homeowners Policy exclusions that limit or remove coverage for dwellings rented to others, personal liability, co-habitation, motorized vehicles, home-sharing, and ownerships. Participants will also discuss ISO Personal Auto Policy exclusions for furnished vehicles, non-owned autos, and various uses.
Do you know what to do when a crisis occurs? Uncover the insurance implications and general principles of crisis response for active assailants, product recalls, and data breach/cybersecurity incidents. Analyze a data breach claim and form a plan of action.
In this session, participants will examine the latest ISO Personal Auto Policy coverage form to discuss concerns, challenges, and potential solutions related to the gig economy of personal ridesharing through Transportation Network Companies like Uber, Lyft, Zipcar, and other similar app-based programs.
The participant will learn how life and health insurance products take the uncertainty out of business planning. The program will specifically discuss the risks that face every business owner, death, disability and retirement, and how to mitigate these risks.
Agents examine the various obligations that commercial clients have to their stakeholders. Understanding the structure of D&O policy language will allow them to protect their clients from many management liability hazards.
Agents will compare and contrast the ISO Commercial General Liability (CGL) Policy with Excess or Umbrella policies that might sit over the top. Understanding the similarities and differences between the language within each form will enable agents to recognize where gaps may be created and have a more in-depth understanding of why those gaps exist.


16 Hours



Varies by State


No Exam