Ethical Intelligence (1 credit hr)
We make ethical decisions every day, but why do we make the choices we do? This class will examine five ethical principles which should be very familiar and the reasons why they can be so hard to live by.
Oregon Insurance Law Concepts (3 credit hrs)
This course will review some insurance law concepts including insurable interest, consent, and contestability.
Oregon course #: 1020248
Insurance Needs for Restaurants (4 credit hrs)
Restaurants and bars are a great case study for many risks businesses face. Slips and falls, discrimination, and employee issues are just a few. They also face unique risks like delivery driver liability, liquor liability and the risk of customers getting sick from the food. This course will make you look at restaurants in a whole new light.
Anti-Money Laundering (2 credit hrs)
The class will learn the three phases of money laundering and how life insurance and annuities can be used for this purpose. Red flags that insurance companies and their producers should be watching for will be presented.
Disability Income Insurance Options (2 credit hrs)
What options are available on individual and group disability plans? This course will review those and others in this quick two-hour webinar.
Healthcare Cost Factors (4 credit hrs)
This course focuses on the factors that drive the cost of healthcare higher and ultimately lead to increased premiums for insureds.
Ethical Basis for Business Decisions (1 credit hr)
In this class, we will discuss the foundations of moral, economic and political perspectives that inform the class participants' ethical decision-making in business.
Special Events: Perils and Protection (3 credit hrs)
In 2003, one hundred people died at a bar in Rhode Island after a rock band's pyrotechnics ignited insulation in the ceiling. Using this case study, this course will examine how accidents can happen and how insurance agents can help clients avoid them.
Conflicts of Interest and Rationalizations (2 credit hrs)
This course will review conflicts of interest, the incentives that create them and the ways individuals rationalize them away. Ethical ways to avoid and manage conflicts will be presented.
Insurance in Professional Sports (2 credit hrs)
Insurance products make it easier for exceptional college athletes to stay in school rather than declare for the draft. They make it easier for professional teams to sign player to long-term contracts. Case studies will be presented.
Insurance Law Concepts (3 credit hrs)
This course will review some insurance law concepts including insurable interest, consent, and incontestability.
2017 Montana Insurance Law Update
This course reviews the insurance law changes during the 2017 Montana legislative session. It is approved in Montana for one hour of "Law" credit.
MT course #: 6000009791
Long Term Care Hybrid Annuity Products (4 credit hrs)
This course looks at the long term care needs, the care settings, and one particular product variety that may address some common reasons why people choose not to purchase LTC insurance.
This course is approved for LTC renewal credit in all of these states except Idaho, Iowa and Utah where it is approved for general credit only.
Health Insurance and Spending Accounts (2 credit hrs)
In this webinar, the class will review high deductible health insurance plans and the health savings accounts and flexible spending accounts that complement them.
Social Security Benefits (2 credit hrs)
This course will review the rules governing the Social Security program, including eligibility and benefit calculations.
Disability Insurance (4 credit hrs)
This course covers individually underwritten policies, employer group, affinity group, Social Security and other disability insurance options.
Ethical Sales Cycle (2 credit hrs)
In this webinar, the class will learn about how to navigate the sales process ethically and successfully.
Insurance Needs for Financial Institutions (4 credit hrs)
Counterfeiting, robberies, cyber attacks, kidnappings and so much more can happen at a bank. The unique insurance needs of a financial institution make this course a nice detour from the usual insurance CE class.
Ethics: Means, Ends and Priorities (4 credit hrs)
This course looks at the things we believe are important in our lives and careers, the goals we may set for ourselves and what we are willing to do to achieve them.
Evolution of Business Ethics (3 credit hrs)
This course reviews how and why business ethics has evolved over the past fifty years and how it may continue to evolve in the future.
Motor Vehicle Risks (3 credit hrs)
Motor vehicles pose risks to drivers, passengers, pedestrians and property. There are dangerous behaviors that can exacerbate these risks and this course will review these behaviors. We will experiment with drunk goggles and see if participants can navigate an obstacle course while "impaired."
Suitability for Life and Health Producers (1 credit hr)
This course will review issues related to suitability including risk tolerance, needs analysis, client characteristics and product characteristics.
Critical Illness Insurance (3 credit hrs)
This coverage provides a lump sum payment upon diagnosis of a named illness or condition. Learn many of the product specifications and which of your clients may be suitable.
Trends in Death and Injury (1 credit hr)
This webinar will reveal the most common causes of death and injury in the United State. Some of them will surprise you!
Our courses are uniformly approved in several states and we offer them in the best locations throughout the U.S! You don't have to be in a stuffy meeting room.
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Credit Insurance (4 credit hrs)
Credit life insurance is sold by lenders and is designed to pay off the loan balance in the event of death of the borrower. While pretty straightforward, there are many interesting details and variances in credit insurance. Games are played and personal stories add to the fun of this course.
Ethical Lessons from Entrepreneurship (1 credit hr)
During this one-hour webinar, we will discuss how the qualities of successful entrepreneurs are often the same as those our society holds as ethical ideals.