Instructor Jim Lombardo, Tim Dodge & Sue Keegan
NY - 3 CE (All Licenses) NYCR-273188 (Diversity, Laws/Regs and Ethics)
NY - 1 CE (PC,BR,C3,PA) NYCR-272766 (Flood) - Required for Agents and Brokers ONLY
Knock out the new CE requirements in one webinar. Join Jim Lombardo, Tim Dodge and Sue Keegan as they cover ethics, diversity and inclusion, insurance law and flood.
Diversity and Inclusion – Benefits for Your Agency
Learn about the benefits of having a diverse workforce and the importance of promoting a culture of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Care and Feeding of NY Insurance Licenses
Insurance professionals will learn about who needs a producer's license and who needs a consultant's license; what are unlicensed staff permitted and not permitted to do; who can receive commissions, and more.
Ethics and Professionalism in Insurance
Insurance professionals will learn the importance of ethics and professionalism in business, with an eye toward insurance, including obligations owed to clients & potential clients, recognizing & resolving ethical issues & more.
Flood Insurance and the NFIP (Those with a Broker (BR) or Agent (PC) License will need to complete the last hour)
This course will discuss flood maps and zone determination, general rules, rating, claims handling and requirements of the Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2004.
Information and the link will be emailed to the registered attendee the morning of the program by 8:00 am. If you do not see the email in your general in-box, be sure to check your junk or spam folder.
Completion of this course qualifies for the new 1 CE Laws & Regulation, 1 Diversity & Inclusion, 1 Ethics and 1 Basic Flood credit mandated by the New York State Department of Financial Services.
For: All Agency Personnel
Members $100 per person
Non-Members: $189 per person
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Connecticut email@example.com or 860-563-1950
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Per the New York Department of Financial Services, you cannot receive CE credit for any course previously used for your license renewal (based on the course approval number).
Per the Connecticut Insurance Department, a course can be taken for CE one time in the current license period. It may be taken again in a subsequent license period.