New Insurance Classroom CE Seminar Approved

Our newest insurance classroom insurance CE seminar was approved this week for 4 hours in the state of Montana. P&C: 4 Important Pieces touches on four specific topics that are essential to both personal lines and commercial lines producers:

  • Bonds and suretyship
  • Crime and fidelity insurance
  • Inland marine coverages
  • Renting cars

The debut presentation of this course will be held in Kalispell on September 23, 2016 beginning at 8:30 a.m. For more information, visit our FloodCo CE page.

Two New Classroom CE Courses Approved

We are happy to report that the Montana Insurance Continuing Education Program just approved two new classroom insurance CE courses:

P&C Smorgasbord was approved for 8 hours of credit and contains eight, 1-hour topics:

  • Renting Cars
  • Bonds
  • Identity Theft
  • Terrorism Insurance
  • Inland Marine Coverages
  • Reinsurance
  • Surplus Lines
  • Cyber Security

Life and Health Smorgasbord was approved for 4 hours of credit and contains three topics:

  • Anti-money laundering (1 hour)
  • Medicare (2 hours)
  • Affordable Care Act (1 hour)

Both courses will be presented in Missoula during the week of September 18, 2016. For more information about pricing and registration, click here.

Our June Newsletter is Now Available

Here’s a link to our June Newsletter, which contains the latest news about our insurance continuing education course curriculum: http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=153f99e08d4b5ee668e796186&id=110531a4bd

We will be visiting Missoula in September, where Linda will present 24 hours of classroom CE at the Staybridge Suites on the north side of town. For more information about these events, including pricing and discounts, click here.

Our hottest webinar at the moment seems to be the 1-hour Renting Cars, which explains the issues that arise when an individual or business rents a car and then expects the personal or business auto policy to extend coverage. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always go as smoothly as expected because a number of conflicts exist between the car rental agreement and the insurance contract.