8 CE Education Event w/ Elise Farnham E & O / Flood Insurance
The Valley Forge CPCU Society Chapter is proud to offer in November an (8) CE education event on the beautiful campus of The Institutes in Malvern. Come join us for both the morning and afternoon sessions, or for only the morning or afternoon sessions.
Both sessions are presented by internationally-recognized insurance educator, Elise Farnham.
Morning Session: "Surviving a Litigious Society: What You Need to Know About E&O and Bad Faith!" - 4 CEU's
Afternoon Session: "Flood Insurance: What You Need to Know!" - 4 CEU's
Fees include: continental breakfast, coffee breaks, luncheon and course materials
No cost to Valley Forge CPCU Society Chapter current paid members - nominal cost for others (ie. non-paid VFC members, bordering CPCU chapters, non-CPCU's)
Approved for state CE credits in PA, NJ, DE
Not a Paid VF Member? Get this event for FREE and all other member benefits all year long by first joining at: https://cpcusociety.org
Schedule for the Day
8:00 am - 8:30 am Continental Breakfast + Registration
8:30 am - 12:05 pm Morning Session
12:05 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch Buffet + Registration
1:00 pm - 4:35 pm Afternoon Session
>>>>> Register HERE
The course summaries are as follows:
E&O and Bad Faith (morning session)
Today’s litigious society has created a minefield of dangers for the insurance professional! This course will explore these dangers and the reality of the business environment. Attendees will learn to identify perils, examine activities that present potential exposure, and learn how to defend themselves should a claim be presented. Risk management and insurance professionals will benefit from this course, which will include a review of judicial decisions regarding alleged errors and omissions by insurance professionals.
Flood Insurance (afternoon session)
The insurance community plays a key role in educating consumers about their flood risk and about how to obtain flood insurance to protect their property and, thereby, to protect themselves from financial ruin. This course will review coverage provisions of the flood policy, examine basic guidelines to determine when flood insurance is necessary, and discuss how to respond to questions from consumers about the National Flood Insurance Program. Flooding is the most common catastrophe in the United States, and this course will help insurance professionals provide property loss protection to their insureds before disaster strikes.
Contact:Bob Kuch CPCU or Karen Sine CPCU