The Certified Insurance Counselors Program (CIC)The Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC) designation has been the insurance industry's premier, proven source for practical, real-world education since 1969.
The Certified Risk Managers Program (CRM)The Certified Risk Managers International (CRM) designation demonstrates that you are knowledgeable in all areas of managing risks, hazards, and exposures.
The Certified Insurance Service Representatives Program (CISR)The Certified Insurance Service Representatives (CISR) designation is a program with nine ONE-DAY courses, a curriculum that's tailored to your region--all these features make the CISR Program a truly superior education opportunity.
The Certified School Risk Managers Program (CSRM)The Certified School Risk Managers (CSRM) designation is a career-building, five-part designation program for risk management education specialists. The CSRM faculty is represented by the field's top practitioners and leaders.
RUBLEAdvanced and specialty topics, camaraderie among a network of CICs and CRMs nationwide, and some terrific vacation destinations combine to make James K. Ruble Seminars* higher education at its best.
Producer SchoolIndependent and objective, the Producer School is an unparalleled development opportunity with results measured in increased production.
Dynamics SeriesNo matter what your niche in the business, there is a dynamics sales training program that is just right for you.
University ProgramsThe University Associate Certified Insurance Counselor (UACIC) or University Associate Certified Risk Manager (UACRM) designations are part of The National Alliance University Associate Program. These two designations were created to give young professionals recognition for their hard work while also giving them a distinct advantage when entering the insurance and risk management workforce.
Managing People IIThis practical seminar will help build skills to improve your human resource strategies and develop your leadership style to move an agency forward.
WTH Seminars - ClassroomThe agenda for classroom William T. Hold Seminars is created from more than 40 topics, including personal lines, commercial lines, life and health, and risk management. You will explore new and more advanced topics than those in the five core CISR courses. Hold Seminars provide excellent workbook materials and informal Q&A with the faculty -- experienced insurance industry professionals.
Insuring Flood ExposuresThis three-hour classroom course is for insurance professionals interested in learning the methods used to insure flood exposures under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).
ACESThese 4-hour, customized in-house programs will give your entire staff the chance to sample CIC institute-level material at your own place of business.
Workers' CompensationThis intensive course investigates workers' compensation statutory coverages, employer’s liability, types of workers' compensation policies, worker safety and loss control, and the role and responsibilities of the Division of Workers' Compensation.
Entrepreneurial Insurance SymposiumThe Entrepreneurial Insurance Symposium is for insurance professionals interested in new concepts that provide a competitive advantage. The Symposium provides excellent speaker lineups, profiling the most prolific and innovative executives in the insurance industry.
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After very successful and highly-rated pilot projects, The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research has introduced the first two instructor-led, webinar based, online classroom institutesShare
According to spokesperson, Kristy George, CRM, ARM, the Board of the Atlanta RIMS Chapter approved the award of $100 to members who earn their CRM designation.Share
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