C49: Insurance Against Liability—Part 2

Please note that the final examination for this course is a computer-based exam.

Insurance Against Liability—Part 2 builds on C13: Insurance Against Liability—Part 1. The difference between claims-made and occurrence-based policies is explored. The ways in which liability coverage is broadened and increased are considered. The law concerning the more specialized forms of liability is outlined as it concerns the environment, employment practices, professionals, construction and emerging liabilities. Insurance Against Liability—Part 2 discusses insurance policies used to cover such exposures.

Course Outline

  • Claims-Made and Occurrence Policies
  • Broadening and Increasing Coverage
  • Employment Practices Liability and Kidnap, Ransom, and Extortion
  • Environmental Liability
  • Professional Liability
  • Directors and Officers Liability; Fiduciary Liability
  • Wrap-Up Liability
  • Global Liability and Alternative Risk Financing
  • Ecommerce, International Shipping, and Cyber Security
  • Reinsurance and Liability Claims

Who Should Register

All insurance courses offered by The Insurance Institute are designed for individuals who want to attain a highly recognized and respected professional designation in the p&c industry. The professional designation Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) is recognized across Canada and elsewhere around the world as the benchmark of insurance professionalism.

Insurance Against Liability—Part 2 is for industry professionals, including brokers and agents, underwriters and adjusters, who want a comprehensive p&c education and the skills and knowledge required to advance their careers.

Course Offerings

The following are the courses, by methodology, that are being offered by the institute.

Instructor Led

Name Location Start Date End Date Class Time Delivery Method  


Name Start Date End Date Method  
C49: Insurance Against Liability - Part 2/C49 : L’assurance de la responsabilité civile, 2e partie 1/1/2024 3/31/2024 Independent Study