This course covers the changing landscape of Health Care over the last several years. The online course consists of 5 areas of study including the background, history, and legislation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), implementation timeline – with a brief overview of the Health Care Law, plans available and enrollment procedures, the cost to taxpayers and laws affecting small businesses, and how agents can be involved through training and resources. If the law is repeal..
This 40-hour pre-licensing course enables an insurance professional with a 4-40, 0-55, or 20-44 license to convert to a full 2-20 license (state exam required), and covers the following topics of instruction: Property and Liability Insurance Concepts Personal Automobile Homeowners, Dwelling & Related Coverages Commercial Automobile Property General Liability Package Policies Worker’s Compensation Crime Surety Bonds &nb..
This Florida-approved 20-44 Personal Lines 60-hour pre-licensing course includes the following topics: Personal Automobile Property Insurance Inland Marine Homeowners Dwelling and Related Coverages (view syllabus). Upon successful completion of this course, you will be eligible to sit for the state examination (state exam must be taken at a PearsonVue site). Work at your own pace with your instructor available by email or telephone. It is designed and taught to comply with the ..
Most retirees can expect to live well beyond age 65. Realistic financial planning assumes that our clients will live a long, healthy and active life. This course is not about saving for retirement, however. It’s about ways the financial professional can help seniors successfully manage their finances during retirement. Just as preretirement planning is most valuable when the right strategies are used, so too is postretirement planning. Post-retirement planning considers everything f..
This course is designed as a continuing education elective course for Public Adjusters (3-20). The course contains 5 units including the following subjects: Definition of Insurance Terms Insurance Fraud Regulatory Ethical Standards for Public Adjusters Regulatory Standards of Practice for Public Adjusters Professional Ethical Standards and Practices This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services for insurance continuing education credit. No class..
This course offers an overview of the life insurance industry and the elements of traditional life insurance. Topics covered include: Life Insurance Policies Life Insurance Policy Provisions and Options/Riders Life Insurance Beneficiaries Life Insurance Premiums and Proceeds Life Insurance Underwriting and Policy Issue Group Life Insurance Annuities Social Security Retirement Plans Uses of Life Insurance This course has been approved by the Florida Departmen..
This course offers an overview of the health insurance industry and the elements of traditional health insurance. This course includes these areas of study: Introduction to Health Insurance Health Insurance Providers Medical Expense Insurers Disability Income Insurance Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Government Health Insurance Programs Private Insurance Programs for Seniors Health Insurance Policy Provisions Health Insurance Underwriting and Premiums ..
This course is designed as a continuing education course especially beneficial for 2-15 and 2-40 licensed agents, but may be taken by all agents and adjusters (other than 3-20 public adjusters). Unit 1 covers most Health Insurance Types of Policies and Unit 2 covers associated Policy Provisions. This course is an Immediate Level continuing education course and has been approved by the Department of Financial Services for 7 hours of CE credit. This course includes lessons on these areas of stu..
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 2hrs of CE credit for all licenses (except 3-20). The Florida Legislature enacted a law requiring all residential property insurance companies to file with the Office of Insurance Regulation a range of premium discounts they propose to offer. Insurance companies issuing new homeowners’ in..
Flood insurance is a special policy financially backed by the Federal Government, with cooperation from local communities and insurance companies. The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) was established in 1968 by the National Flood Insurance Act to provide property owners with the opportunity to purchase insurance protection for flood losses and to encourage communities to implement and enforce measures to reduce future flood risks in special flood hazard areas. This course ha..
The course will present a review of hurricane characteristics and forecasting, emphasizing policies insuring hurricane losses, coverage questions and underwriting changes since Hurricane Andrew of 1992. In addition, types of insurance policies, the impact of hurricanes on the insurance industry will be discussed. This course is designed as a self-paced course done entirely online at your convenience. This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services f..
The Surplus Lines Agent License (1-20) allows the licensee to handle the placement of insurance coverages with unauthorized insurers and to place such coverages with authorized insurers as to which the licensee is not licensed as an agent. The Surplus Lines CE Course provides an overview of surplus lines insurance, the regulatory processes, distribution systems, unauthorized insurance entities and details on the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office (FSLSO), Rules of Practice and the Florida Stat..
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 the Florida Department of Financial Services for insurance continuing education credit. No classroom attendance required. This FL Intermediate CE course is approved for 3hrs of CE credit for all licenses (except 3-20..
The 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 insuran..
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..
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