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SPOTS REMAINING: 8

Date: 12/16/2021
Time: 9:00:00 AM CST
Price: $20
Max Attendance: 22
Location: 2625 S. Washburn Street - Oshkosh, WI 54904


This is a 3-hour intermediate course of insurance instruction designed for a wide range of insurance personnel including agency staff and company employees. The course uses an interactive and participatory format. 

Topics covered include in-depth discussions of the various risk exposures faced by owners of properties in the commercial lines and personal lines marketplace and how those exposures to risk and loss vary from the exposures and risks faced by parties that find themselves the tenants pf properties. Discussions will include contractual risk transfer, leases, triplenet leases, and the assumption of legal liability through these various methods. Discussion will also include the unique nature of properties owned and occupied by the parties to trust arrangements. 

The program is designed to provide up-to-date market information to insurance professionals to make them better advocates for policyholders and better representatives of the insurance companies they represent.
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SPOTS REMAINING: 10

Date: 12/16/2021
Time: 1:00:00 PM CST
Price: $20
Max Attendance: 22
Location: 2625 S. Washburn Street - Oshkosh, WI 54904


This is a 2-hour basic course of insurance instruction designed for a wide range of insurance personnel including agency staff and company employees. The course uses an interactive and participatory format to engage in discussions related to the evaluation of insurance risks, the role of an insurance intermediary in the transfer of risk from consumer to insurance carrier, and the risks associated with professional obligations and responsibilities imposed by courts, laws regulating the sale of insurance, and peer/industry standards. Topics covered include common mistakes made in processing both Personal Lines and Commercial Lines policies. 

Through each step of the program, participants will be given specific procedures to implement that will help avoid the risk of being sued through claims of Errors and Omissions.
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Owners, Landlords and Tenants - 3 CE Credits
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