Insurance Fraud (2 credits) -- C19549 (Satisfies L&H and/or P&C)
This class provides you with a solid definition of Insurance Fraud. Discuss the cost of fraud to the insurance companies themselves, and the consumers. You will also learn about the types of insurance frauds and ways to prevent them!
Ethics (3 credits) -- C04604
Learn about why ethics are so important in the insurance business and how the demands for our business might tempt someone to engage in unethical and illegal behavior. Also examine the insurance provider's ethical responsibilities.
Flood Insurance (2 credits) -- C60847
Study the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), who oversees the National Flood Insurance Program. Understand the process of filing a claim, appealing decisions by FEMA on claims and why it is necessary for Congress to continue funding this program in the future.
Terrorism (4 credits) -- C50188
Study events of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack and the financial, psychological and emotional impact the attack had on the insurance industry. Learn about the various roles the government has played on the past, and will continue to play in the future to ensure that the Insurance Industry remains financially solvent.
Mold (2 credits) -- C12088
This course is designed to inform insurance producers about mold illnesses, how mold toxins are removed, proof of mold health effects, mold testing, school indoor air quality, disaster restoration, and how mold toxins can cause obesity, fatigue, concentration difficulties, cancer and hormone abnormalities.