Condominium Insurance Claims - Webinar (MDT)
Date and Time: June 03, 2020 8:15 am - 11:45 am MDT
BUILDING | WEBINAR |
New Condominium regulations that have been
recently released will be reviewed.
This half day seminar is designed for all insurance
professionals whether they are underwriters, claims adjusters, brokers, property
managers or board members. Both personal and commercial lines will be
Attendees must have a good understanding
of the current Act and new January 2020 Regulations
of how the insurance industry manages Condominium claims followed by a virtual
interactive style claims review to better support brokers, underwriters, adjusters and
insureds to understand how the policies should respond.
Understand condominium insurance
so you can advise Unit Owners and Boards about the unique aspects of insurance
claims related to The Condominium Act of Alberta:
- Learn the basics of
condominium insurance claims
- Receive handout material for
- Current Insurance Issues
- Condominium Claims study workshop environment
Presenter:Ken DeDecker, CIP,
began his insurance career in 1982 in Winnipeg and has held positions
of increasing responsibility in underwriting departments for major property and casualty
Insurers. He spent four years with a commercial broker in
Winnipeg. Ken became a Chartered Insurance Professional with the Insurance
Institute of Canada in 1991 and obtained his certificate in Risk Management in
1994. He has presented many seminars on behalf of industry groups and
associations. His present
position is with Wawanesa Insurance as the Director of Specialty
Registration: 8:00 a.m.
8:15 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. MDT
Go-To-Webinar platform, you will need Audio on your
complete training, attend "Introduction
to Condominium Insurance"
CE Credits: AIC#: 47967, 3 CE Hours General & Adjuster
Registration deadline June 1, 2020
Please be aware that tardy arrival to
or early departure from any seminar or, in the case of a webinar an incomplete session as a result of
unresolvable technical difficulties, will preclude IISA from issuing a CE certificate for the
Cancellation:Sorry no refunds for cancellation - substitutions permitted as
long as the substitute is registered with IISA and is a paid member. *** Late
arrival or early departure results in no CE hours issued as per the Alberta
Insurance Council regulations. For a webinar, this includes a transmission
disruption due to unresolvable technical issues. Partial hours cannot be issued.
*** Link to webinar: Prior to the webinar, all registrants will receive an
e-mail providing the direct link to the Webinar.
IMPORTANT: You will need AUDIO
on your computer in order to participate in this session. Please make sure you
have tested your audio prior to attending.
PRICES BELOW ARE BEFORE TAX. (For on-line registrants, please ensure
you are being charged the correct price as shown