E&O Risk Management Classes
Created by IIABA and Swiss Re Corporate Solutions, "E&O Risk Management: Meeting the Challenge of Change" is the seminar that looks at agency E&O risk management from the agency perspective and addresses the fundamentals of reducing E&O exposure in today's ever-changing agency operations. While the direct premium savings from attending this seminar can be significant for policyholders, it is the potential changes in agency operations learned that can have a game-changing effect on agency E&O exposure. Claims data reveals that no matter the size, business mix or geographic region, agencies that attend the seminar have better claims experience.
Insurors offers in-person classes as well as classes through our online education partner The Agents and Brokers Education Network (ABEN), founded by state associations of independent insurance agents. ABEN courses are broken up into five 2-hour blocks and each is good for two hours of Continuing Education credit in Tennessee.
The courses are appropriate for all agency employees. Insurors members whose E&O coverage is written with Westport or Fireman's Fund through Insurors may qualify for a 10% loss control credit. Conditions apply to receive credit. If you are interested in learning more please visit our ABEN site here or contact Insurors at 800.264.1898 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABEN is managed by Business Professionals' Network, Inc., the
leader in association-based continuing professional education, using
video streaming technology for the delivery of highly produced, valuable
information to help the professional succeed. ABEN is intended to
provide the insurance agent/broker with an efficient and effective
medium for receiving live as well as archived educational courses
through the state associations to which they belong.
Licensing and Pre-licensing Through Kaplan Financial
Insurors members can now receive 20% off on Pre-Licensing and CE courses available through Kaplan Financial. Kaplan offers live and online classes, as well as self-study options and a variety of integrated study tools.
Members can visit the Kaplan website
and use the discount code INSTN to get a 20% discount on Pre-Licensing and CE courses.
Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC)
A Prestigious Designation and the Most Practical Continuing Education
Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC) Program has been the insurance
industry's premier, proven source for practical, real-world education
since 1969. Approved for state continuing education credit across the
nation, the seven CIC institutes are:
- Personal Lines
- Commercial Casualty
- Commercial Property
- Life & Health
- Agency Management
- Commercial Multiline
- Company Operations
Designed to cover important aspects of the insurance field, each
institute is 20 hours of instruction, followed by an optional
*Examinations are optional unless you wish to earn the CIC designation.
To view the list of upcoming
classes and register go to our Event List here.
If you need additional information, please contact Ellie Small at (615) 515-2607 or at email@example.com
Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR)
An inspiring professional faculty, nine ONE-DAY courses to choose
from, a curriculum that's tailored to your region--all these benefits
make the CISR Program a truly superior education opportunity. To earn
the CISR designation, you must complete any five of the nine courses and
pass the five exams within three years.
CISR courses are approved for state CE credit and are available in the
classroom and online. An optional exam is given at the end of each
course, in classroom or online, for those seeking the designation.
CISR courses - Available in the classroom and online:
- Commercial Casualty I – CGL, Additional Insureds
- Commercial Casualty II – BAP, WC, Excess Liability
- Insuring Commercial Property
- Insuring Personal Residential Property
- Insuring Personal Auto Exposures
- Personal Lines - Miscellaneous
- Agency Operations
- Life & Health Essentials
- Elements of Risk Management
After you earn the CISR designation, an update is required each year
to keep your education current and to maintain your CISR designation. If
you choose to update by attending one of the remaining four CISR
courses you will be on your way to achieving the CISR Elite distinction.
Once you’ve completed and passed all nine CISR courses (the first five
courses within three years and the remaining four courses within an
additional three years), you will earn the highest recognition for those
in customer service anywhere.
Insurors of Tennessee offers CISR classes across the state of
Tennessee each calendar year. To view the list of upcoming classes and
register go to our Event List here.
If you need additional information, please contact Ellie Vieth at (615) 515-2607 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Certified Risk Manager (CRM)
The Certified Risk Managers
International (CRM) designation demonstrates that you are knowledgeable
in all areas of managing risks, hazards, and exposures.
The five courses give you in-depth
knowledge about today's highest priorities - identifying, analyzing,
controlling, financing, and administering operational risks - as well as
political risks, catastrophic loss exposures, third-party exposures,
fiduciary exposures, employee injury exposures, juridical risks, legal
risks, and more - whether insurable or not. The skills you learn will
make you more proactive and valuable to your organization in discovering
how risks can interrupt the flow of earnings and how to protect against
The five CRM courses are:
- Principles of Risk Management
- Analysis of Risk
- Control of Risk
- Financing of Risk
- Practice of Risk Management
For more information on upcoming CRM classes go to www.scic.com.
Certified Personal Risk Manager (CPRM)
CPRM is the newest designation program of The National Alliance with a
purpose of training the insurance and risk management communities to
better serve the high net worth and affluent client. The program
contains a unique combination of risk management, technical expertise,
and account development. The development and support of the program
includes leading carriers such as AIG, Chubb, and top agencies and
brokers writing high net worth and affluent clients.
The CPRM courses are:
Personal Client Risk Management
Understanding Coverage Differences
Evaluating and Protecting the Lifestyle
Practical Application of Personal Risk Management
- Winning the Business: The Art of Presentation
Each course is 16-hours of instruction and is followed by a 2-hour
essay exam. The examination is optional unless you wish to earn the CPRM
designation. Attendance at CPRM courses will qualify as an annual
update for CIC, CRM, CISR, and CSRM designees. CISRs and CSRMs can
complete up to two years of updates by attending one CPRM course.
To learn more or register for a CPRM course go to www.scic.com.
Continuing Education Requirements for Tennessee Resident Licensed Agents
Non Resident Licensing Resource
Course Duplication Rule ~ Per the Department of Commerce and Insurance ruling, no duplication of classes within a three year period is allowed for CE credit.