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Various aspects of Flood Insurance will be covered in this course, including the history of the National Flood Insurance Program, Soft Fraud, Rules & Procedures of Flood Insurance, and different types of Flood policies.This Continuing Education class - Intermediate level, is designed to provide the General Lines Agent and Customer Service Representative with all the information they need to quote, write and service the most common types of flood insurance. This course has been approved by..
This course is designed as a continuing education course related to insurance agents and adjusters. The primary goals of this course include the following: To provide the student of insurance with a brief history of insurance and definition of key insurance termsTo give an overview or review of Property Insurance, other commercial coverages, transportation insurance, surety bonds, risks, and prohibited insurance practices ..
The online course presents an explanation of Insurance Fraud, Regulatory Ethical Standards, Regulatory Standards of practice, Professional Standards and Practices. The primary goals of this course include all of the following: To develop high ethical standards of conduct among insurance practitioners, that can result in meeting and exceeding the minimum ethical standards required by the state's insurance regulations. To meet the fiduciary responsibilities through vigilant compliance with ..
Florida: 14 hr All lines CE - ELEMENTS OF HEALTH INSURANCE & IT'S USES IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICA (INSCE002FL14)
This course offers an overview of the health insurance industry and the elements of traditional health insurance. It has a special emphasis on Medicare Supplements and HMOs and includes two interesting case studies that test the student's ability to apply their knowledge to actual cases. This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services for insurance continuing education credit. No classroom attendance required. This FL Intermediate CE course is approved for 1..