Oklahoma 19 Hour P&C Review with Flood

$55.00

19 Hour Course

Course ID: 6000037199

Approved By: Oklahoma Insurance Department


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This 19 hour continuing education course with 1 hour of mandatory flood credit is intended for Oklahoma licensed insurance producers and provides instruction in a number of useful areas. The course begins with an overview of the general principles of insurance, including a short portion on the concepts of risk, and another on the relationship between producers and insurers.

Then the instruction will compare and contrast dwelling insurance policies and homeowner’s insurance policies. This segment will include a section that consists of an in-depth look at the most common types of commercial insurance coverages, and how the producer can help a client acquire the types of commercial coverages that will best suit their needs.

The student will then spend time learning about the federal regulation of property and casualty insurance, which will allow the producer to better operate in accordance with those regulations. It will include the impact of federal regulations under the Federal Credit Reporting Act and the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. Following this segment, the student will receive instruction in aspects of flood insurance and the effect of the NFIP on our industry and on consumers.

Then the student will be provided with instruction on the topic of renters and condominium insurance, its potential benefits, and applicability for clients. Following that we’ll examine the current topic of toxic mold in dwellings, that will include pertinent advice we can pass on to our clients.

After looking at specific insurance, we’ll step back and take a more broad-based review of the subject of money laundering and anti-money laundering efforts in America today, which will include steps we can take to protect ourselves and to prevent these crimes.

Finally, we’ll examine limited lines credit insurance and learn how to determine whether a credit insurance policy is suitable for a client’s needs

Following the course of instruction, there will be a final exam to help the student retain the covered subject matter.

    • General Insurance Concepts [21 Activities]
      • 01. Introduction to Fundamental Insurance (Video)
      • 02. What is Insurance?
      • 03. Risk and Risk Management
      • 04. Risk and Risk Management: Techniques and Insurable Interest
      • 05. Insurers (Video)
      • 06. Insurers
      • 07. Financial Status (Video)
      • 08. Insurers: Financial Status
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        • 09. Insurance Producers (Video)
        • 10. Producers and Agency Relationships: What is Agency?
        • 11. Producers and Agency Relationships: Creation of an Agency Relationship
        • 12. Producers and Agency Relationship: Authority, Powers, and Responsibilities of Producers
        • 13. Contracts (Video)
        • 14. Contracts
        • 15. Contracts: Elements of a Legal Contract
        • 16. Contracts: Distinct Characteristics of an Insurance Contract
        • 17. Contracts: Legal Interpretations Affecting Contracts
        • 18. Completing the Application, Underwriting, and Delivering the Policy (Video)
        • 19. Completing the Application, Underwriting, and Delivering the Policy
        • 20. Completing the Application, Underwriting, and Delivering the Policy: Underwriting
        • 21. Conclusion of Fundamental Insurance (Video)
    • Dwelling Policy [13 Activities]
      • 01. Introduction to Dwelling Policies (Video)
      • 02. Policy Form
      • 03. Characteristics and Purpose
      • 04. Eligibility
      • 05. Coverage Forms Perils Insured Against
      • 06. Property Coverages
      • 07. Property Coverages Part 2
      • 08. General Exclusions
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        • 09. Conditions Part 1
        • 10. Conditions Part 2
        • 11. Selected Endorsements
        • 12. Personal Liability Supplement
        • 13. Conclusion (Video)
    • Homeowner’s Policy [23 Activities]
      • 01. Introduction to Homeowner Policies (Video)
      • 02. Objectives
      • 03. Definitions
      • 04. Policy Forms HO-1 through HO-8
      • 05. Structure of a Homeowners Policy
      • 06. Property Coverages
      • 07. Property Coverages: Additional Coverages Available Under Section 1 All Policy Forms
      • 08. Property Coverages: Additional Coverages Available Under Section 1 Specific Policy Forms
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        • 09. Property Coverages: Exclusions to the Coverages Otherwise Included in Section 1
        • 10. Property Coverages: Conditions Relative to Section 1
        • 11. Property Coverages: Additional Conditions Relative to Section 1
        • 12. Liability Coverages (Video)
        • 13. Section 2 Liability Coverages
        • 14. Liability Coverages: Exclusions to Liability Coverage
        • 15. Liability Coverages: Exclusions to Coverage E and F
        • 16. Liability Coverages: Conditions Relative to Section 2
        • 17. Conditions Relative to Both Sections 1 and 2
        • 18. Endorsements (Video)
        • 19. Endorsements
        • 20. Endorsements: Scheduled Personal Property (HO 04 61)
        • 21. Endorsements: Personal Property Replacement Cost, Business Pursuits, Watercraft, and Personal Injury
        • 22. Endorsements: Additional Endorsements
        • 23. Conclusion of Homeowners Policies (Video)
    • Commercial Coverage Policy [56 Activities]
      • 01. Introduction to Commercial Coverage Policies (Video)
      • 02. The Commercial Package Policy
      • 03. Commercial General Liability (Video)
      • 04. Commercial General Liability, Section I: Coverages
      • 05. Commercial General Liability: Personal and Advertising Injury Liability, Medical Payments, and Supplementary Payments�(Video)
      • 06. Commercial General Liability Coverage B: Personal and Advertising Injury Liability
      • 07. Commercial General Liability, Coverage C: Medical Payments
      • 08. Commercial General Liability: Supplementary Payments
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        • 09. Who is an Insured, Limits of the Insurance, and Conditions (Video)
        • 10. Commercial General Liability Section II: Who is an Insured?
        • 11. Commercial General Liability Section III: Limits of Insurance
        • 12. Commercial General Liability Section IV: Conditions
        • 13. CGL Definitions (Video)
        • 14. Commercial General Liability: Definitions
        • 15. Commercial General Liability: Additional Definitions
        • 16. Occurrence and Claims-Made Forms (Video)
        • 17. Commercial General Liability: Occurrence and Claims-Made Forms
        • 18. Pollution Liability Coverage Form (Video)
        • 19. Commercial General Liability: Pollution Liability Coverage Form (CG 00 39)
        • 20. Commercial General Liability: Other Elements of the Pollution Liability Coverage Form
        • 21. Commercial Property (Video)
        • 22. Commercial Property
        • 23. Building and Personal Property (Video)
        • 24. Commercial Property: Building and Business Personal Property
        • 25. Commercial Property: Building and Business Personal Property - Additional Coverages
        • 26. Commercial Property: Building and Business Personal Property - Coverage Extensions
        • 27. Commercial Property: Building and Business Personal Property - Limits of Insurance
        • 28. Commercial Property: Building and Business Personal Property - Additional Conditions, Optional Coverages, and Definitions
        • 29. Condominium Association Coverage Form, Condominium Commercial Unit Owners Coverage Forms, and Builders Risk Coverage Forms (Video)
        • 30. Commercial Property: Condominium Association Coverage Form
        • 31. Commercial Property: Condominium Commercial Unit Owners Coverage Form
        • 32. Commercial Property: Builders Risk Coverage Form
        • 33. Business Income and Extra Expense (Video)
        • 34. Commercial Property: The Business Income Coverage Form
        • 35. Commercial Property: Business Income Coverage - Extra Expense and Loss of Use
        • 36. Legal Liability Coverage Forms (Video)
        • 37. Commercial Property: Legal Liability Coverage Form
        • 38. Causes of Loss Forms and Selected Endorsements for Commercial Property Coverage (Video)
        • 39. Commercial Property: Causes of Loss Forms
        • 40. Commercial Property: Selected Endorsements
        • 41. Commercial Crime (Video)
        • 42. Commercial Crime
        • 43. Commercial Crime: Coverages
        • 44. Commercial Inland Marine (Video)
        • 45. Commercial Inland Marine
        • 46. Commercial Inland Marine: Transportation Coverages
        • 47. Equipment Breakdown (Video)
        • 48. Equipment Breakdown
        • 49. Equipment Breakdown: Exclusions, Limits, and Deductibles
        • 50. Equipment Breakdown: Conditions, Definitions, and Endorsements
        • 51. Farm Coverage (Video)
        • 52. Farm Coverage
        • 53. Farm Coverage: Definitions and Causes of Loss
        • 54. Farm Coverage: Conditions, Exclusions, and Additional Coverages
        • 55. Farm Coverage: Crop Insurance
        • 56. Conclusion of Commercial Coverage Policies (Video)
    • Federal Regulation of Property and Casualty Insurance [4 Activities]
      • 01. Video 1
      • 02. Federal Regulations
      • 03. Federal Financial Regulations
      • 04. Video 2
    • Flood Insurance [9 Activities]
      • 01. Introduction to NFIP Training (Video)
      • 02. Flood Insurance: Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow
      • 03. Insurance Producers and the NFIP (Video)
      • 04. Flood Insurance and the Role of an Insurance Producer
      • 05. Errors and Omissions (Video)
      • 06. NFIP Training, Continued
      • 07. NFIP Training, Continued
      • 08. Flood Insurance
      • 09. Conclusion to NFIP Training Class (Video)
    • Renters and Condominium Insurance [15 Activities]
      • 01. Introduction (Video)
      • 02. WHAT IS RENTERS INSURANCE?
      • 03. Basics of Renter�s Insurance (Video)
      • 04. THE HO-4 FORM
      • 05. Attracting Policy Holders/Marketing Renters Insurance (Video)
      • 06. Educating the Customer in the Need for Renters Insurance
      • 07. Assessing the need for Coverage (Video)
      • 08. How Much Coverage?
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        • 09. Assessing the need for Coverage (Video)
        • 10. Covered Perils
        • 11. Writing a Policy (Video)
        • 12. Writing a Policy and Claims Settlement
        • 13. Condominium Insurance
        • 14. Where Do We Go From Here
        • 15. Conclusion (Video)
    • Toxic Mold [13 Activities]
      • 01. Introduction to Toxic Mold (Video)
      • 02. What Is Toxic Mold?
      • 03. Conditions Conducive to Toxic Mold
      • 04. Harmful Effects
      • 05. Mold Remediation and Insurance
      • 06. Mold and Insurance (Video)
      • 07. History of Toxic Mold Claims, Part 1
      • 08. History of Toxic Mold Claims, Part 2
      • View Additional Activities
        • 09. Mold Claims (Video)
        • 10. Toxic Mold and Insurance
        • 11. Direct (First Party) Claims
        • 12. Indirect (Third Party) Claims
        • 13. Mold and Insurance Conclusion (Video)
    • Anti-Money Laundering [14 Activities]
      • 01. Introduction to the Module (Video)
      • 02. The History of Money Laundering
      • 03. Steps in Money Laundering�(Video)
      • 04. Stages of Money Laundering
      • 05. Money Laundering Detection (Video)
      • 06. National Efforts to Combat Money Laundering
      • 07. Money Laundering and Insurance
      • 08. Laws Regarding Money Laundering (Video)
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        • 09. Notable Cases
        • 10. Anti Money Laundering (Video)
        • 11. Obligations of Insurance Industry in Preventing Money Laundering
        • 12. Preventing Money Laundering (Video)
        • 13. Insurance Agent & Broker Obligations
        • 14. Conclusion (Video)
    • Limited Lines Credit Insurance [6 Activities]
      • 01. Limited Lines Credit Insurance (Video)
      • 02. Introduction to Limited Lines Credit Insurance
      • 03. NAIC Model Laws and Regulations
      • 04. How Credit Insurance Works
      • 05. Conclusion
      • 06. End of Class (Video)
  • Course Completion
    • Final Exam (120 questions)
    • Mandatory Questionnaire.
    • Certificate of Completion

Instructor Bio


keith haley insurance instructor atyourpaceonline
Keith Haley is the Online Insurance instructor and industry expert for At Your Pace Online. In addition to his insurance license, Keith holds a Bachelor's degree in Finance, Master's degree in Education, and is a Certified Financial Planner and licensed insurance producer. As an entrepreneur, over his career Keith has owned and managed businesses in a wide range of professions, including car sales, financial consultation, and insurance sales and management. With over twenty years of experience in business, sales, and education, Keith brings a broad range of practical and academic knowledge to our courses.