Here is Linda’s schedule of insurance CE webinar presentations for A.D. Banker during the month of July:
July 3 | 8:30 a.m. EDT – P&C Risks and Catastrophes
July 11 | 8:30 a.m. EDT – Personal Auto Coverages & Claims
July 19 | 8:30 a.m. EDT – 4-Hour Annuity Suitability
July 25 | 8:30 a.m. EDT – P&C Risks and Catastrophes
July 26 | 8:30 a.m. EDT – Disability Income Planning
To register for any of the webinars Linda is presenting in partnership with A.D. Banker & Company, click here.
Note: Some webinars are not available in all states. All times shown are EASTERN time.
As if driving motor vehicles weren’t risky enough, the second fatality involving an autonomous vehicle has scientists going back to the drawing board to see where artificial intelligence failed.
The first reported fatality involving a driverless car killed a driver in Florida in 2015. This most recent fatality, which occurred in Arizona last month, involved a pedestrian and halted Uber’s use of autonomous vehicle testing on public roads in several cities.
For information about insurance legislation involving autonomous vehicles, visit the website of the National Conference of Insurance Legislatures. I wrote and teach a 3-hour insurance CE webinar for A.D. Banker and Company, Driving into the Future: Uber, Drones, and Driverless Cars if you’re interested in more information about how this technology affects the insurance industry.
Join us for this new insurance CE webinar, which I wrote and present for A.D. Banker & Company.
Webinar dates: 10/16, 11/3, 11/20, 12/8, and 12/18
Q: Do you know how hiring a ride with a Transportation Network Company (TNC) like Uber or Lyft works?
Q: Do you know if the TNC has auto insurance, requires its drivers to have insurance, and/or conducts background checks before hiring drivers?
Q: If you want to drive for a TNC, do you know if you must pass a background check, if your car must pass an inspection, if you must have certain types and limits of insurance?
Q: When does a ride really begin and end? How much does one cost and how high can the prices go?
Q: What’s all the hooplah about?
We’ll answer these and other questions during our live webinar, Ridesharing, which will be presented on May 16 at 11 a.m. Mountain/1 p.m. Eastern time. Insurance producers and adjusters in Montana will earn 1 hour of continuing education (CE) credit for completing the webinar and click here to register.
In addition to our monthly schedule of insurance continuing education webinars, we are now offering insurance CE webinars by request. This means is we will hold webinars just for you–at dates and times that work for you, including Saturday mornings. Choose from among the 15 courses in our curriculum or arrange for us to develop a webinar to meet your particular needs.
How does it work?
- You contact us with your preferred date and time, and the webinars you are interested in
- We check Linda’s availablity as instructor
- Our fee is based on the number of attendees; the more attendees, the lower the cost per person
For more information, click here.
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.
Our March newsletter was published online today, along with our upcoming insurance CE schedule. For those of you who are unaware, in addition to offering our insurance CE webinars in Montana we now offer them in the state of Oregon. We are also presenting our CE webinar courses in-house so, if you’d like your agency/company staff to attend the same webinar–either one we are already offering or one we design especially for you, contact Linda directly for more information.
We just received approval six new insurance CE webinars in Montana and Oregon–check out our updated Webinar Schedule!
- Cyber Security (approved for 3 hours in MT and OR)
- Insurance Fraud, Part 1 (approved for 2 hours in MT)
- Insurance Fraud, Part 2 (approved for 2 hours in MT)
- Liability Insurance (approved for 3 hours in MT)
- Renting Cars (approved for 1 hour in MT and OR)
- Insuring Mother Nature (approved for 3 hours in MT and OR)
Webinars in December:
- 2015 Montana Insurance Legislative Updates (new!)
- Ethical Dilemmas (new!)
Webinars in January:
- Renting Cars (new!)
- Cyber Security (new!)
- 2015 Montana Insurance Legislative Updates
Webinars in February:
- Ethics and E&O: A Professional Relationship
- Liability Insurance (new!)
- Flood Insurance Training Course (meets FEMA requirements)
We are happy to announce that we received approval from the Montana Insurance Continuing Education Program for three brand new webinars:
2015 Montana Insurance Legislative Updates is approved for 1 hour of CE and addresses some of the insurance changes addressed during the 2015 regular legislative session. This webinar will be offered in 2015 on October 20 and December 19. 2016 dates will be announced sometime in October. This seminar meets the requirements of the legislative changes course.
Ethical Dilemmas is approved for 3 hours of CE and helps students achieve a better understanding of the ethical dilemmas they routinely face concerning service issues, privacy and confidentiality, and understanding issues related to the insurance application. This webinar will be offered in 2015 on October 14 and December 15. 2016 dates will be announced sometime in October.
Insuring Mother Nature is approved for 3 hours of CE. Mother Nature tends to surprise us with a variety of weather events. In this course, we help students become familiar with P&C underwriting risks and how they relate to certain catastrophe risks, acquire a basic understanding about why the purchase of separate flood insurance is so important, understand the earth movement exclusion (and coverage) and how it pertains to more than just earthquakes. This webinar will be offered in 2015 on November 17. 2016 dates will be announced sometime in October.
We will be in the Kalispell area on October 5 and 6 offering five insurance CE seminars, all of which are brand new.
Our October 5th event is sponsored by FloodCo and we are in the process of negotiating the venue, which will probably be in Bigfork. Registration and inquiries for the event should be directed to Lloy Griffing. He can be reached by email or phone at Lloy@FloodCo.net or 406-270-0799.
- 8 to 9 a.m. – new 2015 legislative updates course, submitted for approval for 1 CE
- 9:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. – new ethics course, submitted for approval for 3 CEs
- 1:15 to 4:15 p.m. – Cyber Security – approved for 3 CEs
Our October 6th event will be held at the offices of the Montana Logging Association:
- 8 to 11 a.m. – new course, Insuring Mother Nature, submitted for approval for 3 CEs
- 12 to 4 p.m. – new course, to be announced, to be submitted for approval for 4 CEs
To see our entire curriculum of insurance CE seminars, our CE webinars, or our 2015 CE course dates, visit our website.