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The Insurance Educational Association, IEA, offers instructor led insurance training and education courses and workshops available in the classroom, online or as self study
Vale National offers approved licensing and adjuster continuing education courses.
The School of Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science (SRM) is an academic department within the Peter J. Tobin College of Business. In 2001 the SRM was formed from the consolidation of St. John's University and the 100-year-old Col
The National Alliance, based upon an educational platform laid by an exceptional 30-year history with the Society of Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC), now encompasses virtually every aspect of insurance and risk management education through a broad selection of continuing education and professional development programs. These programs are developed and taught exclusively by insurance and risk management professionals. The personal and professional benefits at the core of every program meet or exceed the standards and requirements of most states’ continuing education laws.
Jack C. Keir, Inc. publishes quality self study materials for professional designation exams - insurance, financial planning, securities dealers. Recognized by trainers and educators for high pass ratios.
The home page of the Investigation Training Institute. We offer certified courses in both fraud investigation methods and tracing illegal proceeds.
The Insurance Education Foundation seeks to improve the understanding of insurance and its role in society through the education of teachers and students.
Insurance Achievement's self-study materials prepare you to pass your national exams for CFP, ChFC, CLU, RHU, REBC, CPCU, ARM, AIC, NASD and CEA.
Classes offered for the Florida 200-Hour Property & Casualty , 40-Hour Life & Health, Surplus Lines Qualification, Limited Customer Representative and License Exam Preparation.
Claims Training Services (CTS), a Service of William Stewart Associates, Inc., is dedicated to improving the skills and abilities of claims adjusters and other insurance industry professionals.
Our goal at AEI is a simple one to increase professionalism in the insurance industry by providing effective claims law training. With this in mind, our courses are designed to present current legal issues in property, casualty, workers' compensation, and fraud investigation through the use of clearly written text, practical claims examples, and actual court cases. We challenge our students to achieve a thorough understanding of claims law by analyzing the issues presented in our materials. Rather than memorization by rote, our courses encourage students to evaluate and solve problems using applicable principles of claims law and to use these skills in handling their own claim files.
ProEd insures peak performance fromUnderwriters, Claims Adjusters, Marketing Reps, and Agents with theoutstanding PRISMS training programs. Designed and produced exclusively forthe insurance industry, the PRISMS series are turn-key training product
The Law Digest serves as a summary of the insurance laws for each state and the Canadian Provinces. Their aim is to provide a reference source for each state and province that covers some of the general insurance principles in leading case decisions.
Nationwide newspaper archives for most newspapers in the United States.
Insurance information for auto, home and business for consumers, the news media and the insurance industry.
The Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters is a community of credentialed property and casualty insurance professionals who promote excellence through ethical behavior and continuing education.
ADJUSTERS INSURANCE SCHOOL was founded after World War II for the express purpose of providing education courses in insurance adjusting for returning servicemen. Many changes have been made in both the industry and the course since then, and there is now a growing need for professional, well-trained adjusters to handle the explosion of insurance claims nationwide. Unfortunately, the number of adjusters has not grown along with the growth in claims.
The Investigative Engineers Association publishes ’The Forensic Engineering Report ’, a publication that presents topics of interest to the insurance industry.