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| BUILDING | TECHNICAL
Did you know that the farming industry in Alberta is
the second largest industry, second only to the oil industry? Many farm
policies are undervalued and don't have adequate coverages. Protect
yourself and your clients from unexpected and underinsured losses.
farms are unique entities requiring a combination of homeowners, commercial
property and commercial liability coverage. Distinctive products have been
developed to provide the specialized coverage required for these exceptional enterprises. Participants
will learn how to recognize the differences between
the residential, farm property and liability components of Farm
Insurance. Attendees will gain credibility with clients
and be able to better understand and/or describe farm risks
to underwriters. In addition, you will have a greater
sense of how claims are settled for the majority of farm types.
Seedmen's Errors and Omissions - what is this unique coverage, how does
the see growing/handling business operate and what types of risk do they bring?
This seminar will be of interest to brokers,
underwriters and claims staff not yet familiar or comfortable with these types
of farms and farm products.
More detail for complex property, and liability
coverages for specialty farm exposures will be followed up in the:
201 - Complex and Specialized Farms on April 13,
301 - Business Interruption and Equipment Breakdown for Farms on April 20, 2023, it is strongly recommended to ensure you
are able to address these needs with your farm clients.
Kevin Callbeck, BComm, FCIP
was a National Farm Portfolio Manager for the Co-operators General
Insurance and worked in the insurance industry for more than 34 years.
He's enjoyed a great variety of roles, all related to farming in both direct and
indirect ways, working Claims, Loss Control, Underwriting and
Product/Portfolio. Kevin was raised on a 2500-acre mixed cattle and grain
farm near Turtleford, Saskatchewan, and went on to complete his Bachelor of
Commerce at the University of Saskatchewan in 1986. Soon after joining the
insurance industry, he completed first his CIP, then completed his Fellowship in
2003. Freshly retired, Kevin continues to actively monitor the factors
that shape farming and the implications for farmers and their insurance needs.
Dave Latham, FCIP began his
claims adjusting career in 1982 working for a National Independent Adjusting
firm continuously until 2008, managing a number of offices for over 20
years. Dave works with Central Alberta Adjusters in Red Deer AB.
Dave obtained his bachelors degree in economics and Political Science at the
University of Victoria in 1979 and attained his AIC (CIP) in 1985 and Fellowship
in 1988. Dave was an instructor for the Insurance Institute of Canada from
1988-2003 in Vancouver, Surrey BC and in Brandon MB. Dave has worked
throughout BC, Alberta and Manitoba with a focus on Commercial, Industrial and
Agricultural property and liability claims. Dave has managed offices and
accounts for commercial chemical applicators throughout all three Prairie
provinces for over the past ten years. Dave has also been involved in Seedman's
Liability, specialty farm (dairy, honey, organic), feed liability as well as
family farm losses.
Registration: 8:15 a.m.
Presentation: 8:30 - 12:45 p.m. MDT
CE Credits: AIC Course ID # 64161, 3.75 CE
Hours General and Adjuster
* If you require CE credits for
licensing renewal requirements in provinces other than AB, please check with
your provincial licensing regulator for validity.
Registration deadline is March 30, 2023
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