Guiding You Through 2022: Update Options for Designation Holders1 min read

2022 Update Options

Tune in as host Mitch Dunford interviews President and CEO, William J. Hold, MBA, CRM, CISR, and Chief Experience Officer, Danielle Janecka about the 2022 course offerings. 

Learn more about how The National Alliance went from 85% of all registrations in a classroom program and 15% online in 2019, to completely flipping to 86% online and 14% in a classroom by 2021.  The National Alliance is investing in the future of online learning and the next generation of professionals. 

Learn about the many different update options, topics to help you get your annual update or finish earning your designation.

2022 Updates: 

What features would you like to see in The National Alliance Community Social Media Resource? 

4 thoughts on “Guiding You Through 2022: Update Options for Designation Holders1 min read

  1. please offer more in-person classes

  2. The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research

    Hi Brian,
    Thank you for your comment.
    We are continuing to add more in-person courses in 2022 as COVID restrictions relax and participants become more comfortable and willing to attend In-Person events. The health and safety of our participants are always at the forefront of our minds when making these scheduling decisions.

    Please continue to check our course schedule regularly and filter by “Classroom” in the delivery method tab.
    Use this link to see our current In-Person offerings: https://pro.scic.com/course-schedule/?search=&mf=0%3D0

  3. Looking for Cyber intensive course and how to properly insure FinTechs

  4. The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research

    If you are a Dues-Paid Designee, you can attend the Online James K. Ruble MEGA “The Ins and Outs of Cyber Insurance” 4/6/2022!

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