CIC, CRM & CPRM
2020 Online Update Options
16 hours of attendance is required. Partial credit will not be given.
Open to All Dues-Paid Designees
Graduate Seminars cover advanced property and casualty topics: marketing, sales and sales management, life and benefits, ethics, general liability concepts, business auto, technology, tangible and intangible property, loss exposures and risk finance solutions. Each Live Instructor-Led Graduate Seminar is unique, offering rotating topics to meet your professional requirements.
Partial credit will not be given. No Exam needed for update credit.
NEW 16-Hour Insuring Healthcare Providers Course– Open to all insurance and risk management professionals.
National Alliance PROFocus Series courses are open to all insurance and risk management professionals! Dues-paid National Alliance designees are eligible for update credit! PROFocus Series Courses—available in both classroom and instructor-led online formats—deliver high-level insurance and risk education for ALL industry, insurance, and risk management practitioners. These specialty courses are designed to build your industry-specific business and increase your income…. More Courses deliver high-level risk and insurance education for ALL industry, insurance and risk management practitioners. These specialty courses are designed to build your industry-specific business knowledge and increase your income. Update credit awarded to dues-paid National Alliance designees.
Full attendance is required. Partial credit will not be given. No Exam needed for update credit.
One Date Only: Online MCIEF Truckers Conference- November 9-12
Each year Transportation Uncertainty that may be either positive or negative arising from a given set of circumstances. Common definitions also include: 1) chance or probability of loss, 2) uncertainty concerning loss, 3) possibility of a variation of outcomes from a given set of circumstances, and 4) difference between expected losses and actual losses…. More Specialist members, designees and other insurance and risk management professionals interested in the transportation industry will have the opportunity to attend and participate in the TRS Annual Motor Carrier Conference. The conference is designed for individuals wishing to remain current and thereby well-equipped to confidently provide insurance and related services within the ever-changing environment that motor carriers operate.
The Annual Motor Carrier Conference agenda will feature guest speakers providing their perspectives on current developments and trends in the trucking industry. Topical content, though not limited to these, will include:
- Insurance experts sharing their knowledge
- Review of changes and proposed changes in motor carrier regulation and their impact on insurance
- Technology available to motor carriers to help control their operations and what this means to insurance providers
- Reviews of recent court cases by attorneys and the affect of the outcomes on insurance providers
- Updates on ISO policy changes
Computer with working camera and microphone required. This course does not provide CE Credit.