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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.
Canadian 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. Attendees will learn how to recognize the differences between the residential,
farm property and liability components of Farm Insurance. Attendees will gain
credibility with clients, be able to better understand and/or describe farm
risks to underwriters, have a greater sense of how claims are settled for the
majority of farm types, as well as get an introduction to some of the more
complex property, business interruption, and liability coverages for specialty
farm exposures that will be followed up in a future Farm 201 session.
This seminar will give you the unique opportunity
to view specialized farm equipment up close and personal at the Calgary Stampede
Grounds during the popular Agricultural Days. After the guided tour, feel free
to roam the rest of the show at your leisure.
FCIP is a National Farm Portfolio Manager for the Co-operators
General Insurance, and has been in the insurance industry for a little more than
30 years. He’s enjoyed a great variety of roles, all related to farming in both
direct and indirect ways, working in 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
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 Bachelor’s 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 Manitoba. Dave has worked throughout B.C. 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
Tour 8:45am - 3:00pm
Lunch, coffee and
CE Credits: AIC Course ID # 50683 5 CE
Hours General & Adjuster
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 seminar.
Sorry, no refunds issued, with the exception of an incomplete
session as a result of unresolvable technical difficulties. Substitution of
another person is acceptable - please notify us of such changes so CE records
can be adjusted appropriately. IISA reserves the right to cancel this seminar
due to unforeseen extenuating circumstances - in such an event, all fees will be
Registration for this highly
anticipated seminar will open soon!
Pricing for this seminar varies based on your membership. Prices exclude tax
Non Members(+$90 membership applied at checkout)