Other Coverage Training
When specialized training on a specific type of coverage is required, we often have a program to meet your need. Programs below are grouped by Live Webinar Topics, Classroom Topics (coming this spring) and On-Demand Topics.
In addition to the courses below, we offer members Power Hour webinars—non-credit programs on a variety of topics including Ride Sharing, Insuring In Home Businesses, Flood and much more.
|Live Webinar Topics||CE||Cost||Format|
Oct. 19, 1-4 p.m.—Cyber Liability: The 21st Century Peril
Oct. 20, 9 a.m.-noon—Insuring the Building Project: Builders.Risk and Installation Coverage.
Oct. 24, 1-4 p.m.—Additional Insureds: The Quandary
Oct. 25, 1-4 p.m.—Construction Defects: Property Damage and the ISO CGL
Oct. 26, 1-4 p.m.—Trends and Changes in the Homeowners and Auto Marketplace
PA Auto Coverages - Avoiding E&O Potholes
|DE - 6 GEN|
MD - 6 PC
PA - 6 GEN
Flood Insurance - Reviewed and Updated for 2017
|DE, MD & PA - 8 FLD||$195 member|
Understanding the National Flood Insurance Program
Flood insurance expert Rita Hollada, CIC, CPCU, CPIA leads this three-hour on-demand program which awards the CE credit agents need to sell NFIP policies. In addition to covering the basics of the NFIP, the program addresses the numerous reforms which stem from what remains intact of the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 and the follow-up law it triggered, the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014. These 2015 changes to the NFIP include surcharges, premium jumps, fee increases and new high-deductible options.
DE 3 FLD
MD 3 FLD
PA 3 FLD
|Insuring e-Commerce and Internet Exposures |
E-commerce activities have created new exposures that are not adequately covered by traditional property and liability policies. Many insurers have developed policies to address acts of a hacker, theft of money or intellectual property, loss of income, extortion and third-party liability. This course reviews these exposures and the policies designed to provide coverage.
| DE 4 |
Certificates of Insurance
Certificates have become a major source of litigation between certificate holders, insureds, insurers and insurance agents. This course reviews the most frequently disputed and litigated certificate of insurance issues and offers risk management suggestions that should reduce some of these conflicts.
|DE, MD & PA 1||$25 member|
|Pollution Exposures & Coverages |
Businesses have become subject to increased environmental liability and financial loss exposures. These include site assessment, testing, upgrading facilities, cleanup, third-party damages or injuries, and fines or penalties. A separate Pollution Liability policy is often needed to address these, and this course discusses the provisions of such policies.