This package provides all 24 hours of CE that you need! This package will review key concepts and principles of Property & Casualty insurance, Ethics, and Montana 2020 Legislative Changes.
Our first 1-hour course provides 1 credit of continuing education to licensed insurance producers in the state of Montana. This course will lead you through legislative updates in Montana made between 2018 and 2020 that impact the insurance industry in an efficient and easy to understand format.
The topics you can expect to find in this course include updates to:
- Annual Audited Reports, Accounting Practices, and Internal Audit Requirements
- Rules regarding Independent Liability Funds
- Montana Life and Health Guaranty Association's Notice of Protection
- Replacement of Life Insurance and Annuities
- Life Insurance Valuation
- Workers' Compensation Classification Codes
- Public Adjuster Licensing
- Long-Term Care Insurance
- Health Maintenance Organizations
Next, our ethics course will take an in-depth look at a number of issues surrounding ethics and the professional. The course begins with a look at trust in the industry, and whether clients actually trust insurance producers compared to other professions. It continues with a comparison of ethics versus morality, and discusses how individual beliefs alter ethical choices at times. Corporate ethical behaviors are scrutinized, and the lesson explores situations in which ethics and morals collide.
The content of our nine hour continuing education course looks at business owner’s policies and commercial coverage policies. This course is designed to provide insurance adjusters with nine hours of instruction needed to renew their professional license.
The first portion of this segment covers business owner’s policies. It introduces these policies and then moves on to discuss the three parts of a business owner’s policy: Property Coverage, Liability and Medical Expense Coverage, and Common Policy Conditions and Selected Endorsements.
The second portion of the course is on the topic of commercial coverage policies. It begins by going over the components of a commercial policy, commercial general liability, commercial property coverage, and selected endorsements and commercial crime coverages. Then, it concludes with a discussion on commercial inland policies, including specific coverages and forms, and farm coverage.
Finally, the course concludes with a discussion on workers’ compensation policies. It provides a history of workers’ compensation laws, and then goes into an in depth discussion on the specifics of workers’ compensation and employer liability policies.
The 11 hours of continuing education in our final course are intended for insurance producers who need to renew a license.
This content on property and casualty insurance in this course is broken up into three segments.
The beginning segment takes a look at fundamental concepts and aspects of property and casualty insurance including common provisions found in these kinds of policies.
The middle segment of the course is concerned with insurance for private residences.
A portion of this segment will examine the property coverage provided by dwelling policies. This portion will also discuss the Personal Liability Supplement and how it can augment a dwelling policy.
The other portion of this segment explores the comprehensive coverage provided by a homeowners policy.
The last segment of the course covers automobile insurance. This segment talks about the insurance protections provided by both the personal and commercial forms of auto insurance.
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- Course ID(s): 6000074826, 6000104713, 6000104712, 6000104711
- Approved By: Commissioner of Securities and Insurance
Aaron Phelps is At Your Pace Online’s Subject Matter Expert for Property and Casualty Insurance. Prior to entering the insurance field, Aaron worked for 7 years in customer service and management before entering into the insurance field. He is a licensed insurance agent in Oregon with a Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University in Communication and has been working locally since 2015. Aaron specializes in individual health insurance plan options and life insurance, provides employee benefits support for his company’s group clients, and expertly handles insurance needs for personal line clients. His favorite part of his job is helping people understand how insurance policies work and alleviating their anxiety and fear over the process. In addition to his accomplished career in the insurance field, Aaron has been married for 17 years and shares 4 children with his wife. He spends his free time backpacking, traveling, and camping or simply relaxing and enjoying good food and drinks with his friends.