Seminars

  • IINB PowerTalks: BILL C-45 - "Marijuana Are You Covered?"
    In this PowerTalk, you will receive information pertaining to Bill C-45, recreational marijuana and the insurance industry. Bill C-45: Which substances and activities will New Brunswick permit? Growing marijuana: What are the risks? When will it void an insurance policy? Impaired driving: How is impairment determined? How is automobile insurance affected? Product liability: When will marijuana producers be liable to customers? Andrew Moss is an Associate Lawyer at Foster and Company in Frederict ...

  • IINB Seminar: Power Surges: "The How's and Why's"
    Power Surges: The How's & Why's Attendees to this seminar will have a better understanding of the following: HOW power surges occur, WHY they occur and, WHY the resulting damages. HOW these situtations come about and what can be the resulting damages to electrical and electronic equipment. WHO to blame for power surges. Is it the fault of the ultility/power supply provider? You will have a better understanding of the possiblitly of subrogation against various parties involved in this type of ...

  • Seminar: Addtional Insureds-Need to Know
    Plan to attend this seminar if you are a commercial broker, underwriter, claims adjuster, risk manager or anyone who handles requests for additional insured status. This course will address how, when, and why to add additional insureds to client policies and will examine the legal and claims consequences of doing so. Various certificate and endorsement forms will be discussed. The seminar will also examine the underwriting information required to understand the risks associated with adding addit ...

  • Seminar: Analyze and Compare Policy Wordings
    This session provided insurance professionals with a "How to" with respect to analyzing policy wordings to understand how different wordings vary and what the implications of the differences in policy language can be. "Hands on" examples will help participants utilize the techniques illustrated. After this session, you will leave with the following information: Logical and systematic framework for anaylzing most types of policy wordings (empahsis on CGL and commercial property (farms) as efficie ...

  • Full Day Seminar with Karen McWilliam
    AM SESSION: This seminar will address how, when, and why to add additional insureds to client policies and will examine the legal and claims consequences of doing so. Various certificate and endorsement forms will be discussed. The seminar will also examine the underwriting information required to understand the risks associated with adding additional insureds and will discuss risk mitigation strategies for insurance professionals. PM SESSION: This session provided insurance professionals with a ...

  • Xactimate Training - 2.5 days
    IN-CLASS | BUILDING | INSURANCE KNOWLEDGE/ TECHNICAL We’re pleased to announce we are providing Xactimate training in partnership with the CIAA. This training will be provided by Geoffrey Gonneau, XCT, an Xactimate Certified Trainer affiliated with Claim Assist Canada. This is a 2.5-day program that will give you the ability to effectively use the Xactimate program to assist you to be more efficient in your daily tasks. Who should take this course? If you are a new to intermediate Xactimate user ...

  • Seminar: General Site Review and Scoping Techniques - Summary Class
    IN-CLASS | BUILDING | INSURANCE KNOWLEDGE/TECHNICAL We’re pleased to announce we are providing Xactimate training in partnership with the CIAA. This training will be provided by Geoffrey Gonneau, XCT, an Xactimate Certified Trainer affiliated with Claim Assist Canada.Designed to accompany our 2.5 day Xactimate Training , this half-day seminar will further augment your Xactimate knowledge. Who should take this course? If you are a new to intermediate Xactimate user, this course is for you. This c ...

  • Webinar: "Space Heaters"
    ‘Tis the heating season! Portable space heaters are in use as people try to save on their heating bills. Chances are being taken; either knowingly or unknowingly by people, using these portable, temporary heaters. Alterations to equipment, to override safety features. Improperly placed appliances and overloading of electrical systems, are all factors that may result in a property and/or life loss. Please join us for this informative webinar, during which we will be discussing the most popular ty ...

  • Seminar: Insurance on Condominiums
    Insurance on Condominiums Come join us and learn about Insurance on condominiums This seminar presentation will explore insurance on condominiums, what to look for and avoiding gaps in coverage. Topics that will be discussed during the presentation: What is a condo Legal Structure of condos Condo owners and Condo Corporations The New Brunswick Condo Act and Condo Corporation by-laws Insurance coverage’s required: Property coverage’s Liability coverage’s Dealing with claims The role of a Trustee ...

  • Webinar: Condo Insurance
    Insurance on condominiums: WEBINAR Join us and learn about Insurance on condominiums This webinar presentation will explore insurance on condominiums, what to look for and avoiding gaps in coverage. Topics that will be discussed during the presentation: What is a condo? Legal Structure of condos Condo owners and Condo Corporations The New Brunswick Condo Act and Condo Corporation by-laws Insurance coverage’s required: Property coverage’s Liability coverage’s Dealing with claims The role of a Tru ...

  • Seminar: Cannabis & Insurance
    As of July 1, 2018, Cannabis possession and consumption will be legal in Canada—immediately impacting all aspects of property and casualty insurance. In the lead up to this date, issues are being discussed as they arise and decisions are continuously being made regarding the many minute factors that this legalization will affect. Are you keeping up-to-date on all the ways our industry will be impacted? How will it affect your work as an insurance professional? Your Insurance Institute is closely ...

  • Webinar: Cannabis & Insurance
    As of July 1, 2018, Cannabis possession and consumption will be legal in Canada—immediately impacting all aspects of property and casualty insurance. In the lead up to this date, issues are being discussed as they arise and decisions are continuously being made regarding the many minute factors that this legalization will affect. Are you keeping up-to-date on all the ways our industry will be impacted? How will it affect your work as an insurance professional? Your Insurance Institute is closely ...