Nevada 30 Hour Property & Casualty Review with Ethics
- 30 Hour Course
- 4.2 83 Reviews
In this continuing education course, an insurance producer will find 30 hours of instruction on property and casualty insurance. The course includes 3 hours of Ethics credit and 27 hours of P&C credit.
The first segment of the course addresses ethics and fundamental concepts of property and casualty insurance.
The portion on ethics examines ethical concepts and what it means for an insurance professional to operate in an ethical manner.
The portion on property and casualty insurance fundamentals discusses elemental concepts like liability and negligence. This portion also looks at provisions commonly found in these kinds of insurance policies.
The second segment talks about two important forms of insurance: dwelling and homeowners insurance policies. This segment will look at policy forms, coverages provided, exclusions, and endorsements that can be added to a dwelling or homeowners policy.
The third segment explores automobile insurance. This segment covers both automobile insurance for private individuals and for business enterprises.
The fourth segment is concerned with commercial insurance policies.
The first portion of this segment will look at all the forms of commercial insurance that can be found in a commercial package policy.
The second portion of this segment addresses businessowners insurance.
The last portion of this segment explores workers’ compensation insurance. This portion discusses the benefits that are provided along with the responsibilities of employees and employers.
The final segment of the course talks about other forms of property and casualty insurance. The types of insurance discussed in this section include excess and umbrella insurance, errors and omissions insurance, flood insurance, watercraft insurance, and difference in conditions insurance.
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- Course ID(s): 25142
- Approved By: Nevada Division of 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.