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ACSR #9 provides general coverage analysis of Bonds, Crime, Inland Marine, Workers’ Comp and Umbrella. Many of these coverages are frequently overlooked or misunderstood. Build on the skills necessary to use these related commercial coverages in account development. Learn to distinguish between various types of bonds, identify crime policies to fit client’s needs, discuss inland marine coverage forms, review workers’ compensation benefits and understand BOP and other package policies. [+]
This course is designed to guide experienced professionals step by step through the process of reading policy language, applying a basic coverage analysist To look for possible gaps in coverage, and understanding advanced coverage issues. It will explain what to look for in terms of wording, punctuation, and formatting, including negative and positive implications of specific wording. In addition, the course will address E & O loss control issues and help the agency look at ways to obtain and retain business. [+]
Students will discuss topics including customer service and its impact; professional image and office; professional communication; and account management and company relations. This is one of the core classes to attain your ACSR designation. There will be an exam administered at the end of the class if that is the case. You will not be required to take the exam if you are only taking the class for CE credits and not the designation. [+]
This three hour course will combine the topics of car rental; parties; cars & liquor; Cars & kids - divorce, at college, own policy; and ride sharing. [+]
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