A Producer’s Perspective: Module 1 – Personal Automobile Insurance
This course introduces the participant to, and develops their skills in, fulfilling the responsibilities of an insurance agent with respect to successfully creating and submitting an automobile insurance application. Information and exercises will help improve understanding of these responsibilities and how to respond to the challenges of being an automobile insurance producer.
The challenges faced and issues raised in performing these responsibilities including risk identification, risk management, and the legal issues facing insurance agents, will also be discussed.
This course consists of eleven (11) sections of material delivered, with one fifteen (15) minute break, over a four (4) hour period.
|Section 1||Basic Underwriting Concepts||15 minutes|
|Section 2||Gathering Information||15 minutes|
|Section 3||Explaining and Recommending Coverages||30 minutes|
|Section 4||Selecting the Insurer||15 minutes|
|Section 5||Application Requirements||15 minutes|
|Section 6||Application Guidelines||15 minutes|
|Section 7||Due Diligence||15 minutes|
|Section 8||Explaining the Policy||30 minutes|
|Section 9||Top 10 Consumer Questions||15 minutes|
|Section 10||Coopers Top 10 Producer Pointers||15 minutes|
|Section 11||Case Study||45 minutes|
Continuing Education Credits
|1)||Alberta Insurance Council||3.75 hours
|2)||General Insurance Council of Manitoba||3.75 hours|
|3)||General Insurance Council of Saskatchewan||0 hours