WHAT my Cic Designation Means for My Clients
Today’s insurance and risk management industry is vast, complex, and full of confusing variety. As you consider what kind of coverage you need for your unique set of risks and exposures, keep in mind that my training as a Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) is an insurance professional designation. The CIC program was started by the National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research in Austin, Texas in 1969 by founder Dr. William T. Hold. Some CIC courses can be used to fulfill state continuing education requirements for licensing as an insurance agent. The CIC program is for agency owners, producers, agents, CSR’s, brokers, and insurance company personnel. There… More has prepared me to be the competent and proven advisor you need. My drive as an individual is what led me to go for the CIC designation. It represents a career-long commitment to stay on top of important industry changes and to be aware of new risks that arise so that I may better serve my clients.
I am the kind of individual who is not content to just collect annual commissions. I want to be the best that I can be. I use my education to gain an in-depth understanding of the nuances of complex risks and the best way to address them. Training to become a CIC includes 100 classroom hours and five comprehensive exams. Additionally, I attend continuing education courses every year to keep my knowledge and skills up to date in order to ensure that you always receive the attention, care, and current information necessary to make your coverage decisions.
The CIC designation and pin are marks of distinction that demonstrate my commitment to professional excellence and leadership in the insurance industry. I am proud to be among 31,500 CICs in the country, “the best and most knowledgeable insurance practitioners in the nation.”