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If you are new to insurance and have limited knowledge of
the Property and Casualty (P&C) insurance industry, this webinar is for you. Its purpose is
to provide you an overview of the developments and functions of P&C
insurance, introduce basic concepts and key roles in the process.
will be of benefit to administrative and support staff, accounts personnel,
Human Resources and Information Technology employees, and any newcomers to the
industry who would like to broaden their understanding of it.
By the end of this session, you will be able to:
- Define and explain "insurance" in everyday terms,
including insurable risk
- Discuss the impact of risk and list some examples of
perils and hazards
- Outline the basic insurance roles and relationships
- Discuss the functions of insurance in society
- Identify three major types of insurance and give
examples of general insurance
- Recognize types of insurers and identify key functional
- Outline processes to establish insurance coverage and
- Recognize the role of and the types of reinsurance
- Identify various insurance
George Cooper, CIP
George is an enthusiastic and
energenic individual with over thirty years experience in the education and
development, management, sales and service areas of the insurance industry.
A commitment to excellence and a sincere desire to
help people succeed in personal and professional development are his most
George acheived his Certificate in Business
Management in 1989, his Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation in
1996 and continues his professional development through various educational
George is an active volunteer with, and Ambassador
for the Insurance Institute of Southern Alberta and the Insurance Instititue of
Presentation: 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. MST
Registration deadline is November 20,
Go-To-Webinar platform, you will need Audio
on your computer
CE Credits: AIC Course ID #
55351, 2 CE General and Adjuster
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 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.
Your computer must be compatible with our Webinar technology.