Seminar Series: Fraud Awareness
This seminar will help participants understand the impact of insurance fraud on the insurance industry and society as a whole. Information and exercises will help participants identify clues to potentially fraudulent claims that exist even before a claim is reported.
Participants also explore how the Alberta Insurance Act and court rulings challenge methods of collecting evidence and the nature of such evidence.
This seminar consists of seven (7) sections of material delivered in a one (1) day period.
|Section 1||Fraud – What It Is and How it Occurs||60 minutes|
|Section 2||Impact of the Alberta Insurance Act on Investigation||90 minutes|
|Section 3||Evidence Essential to Combating Insurance Fraud||60 minutes|
|Section 4||Privilege – Its Impact on Building Evidence||90 minutes|
|Section 5||FOIPP – Its Impact on Claim Investigation||90 minutes|
|Section 6||Good Faith- Its Influence on Fraud Investigation||30 minutes|
|Section 7||Case Study (Group Activity)||30 minutes|
Continuing Education Credits – ID #658
|1)||Alberta Insurance Council||7.5 hours
Adjusters, General Certificates
|2)||General Insurance Council of Manitoba||7.5 hours|
|3)||General Insurance Council of Saskatchewan||0 hours