The CISR program stresses the understanding and analysis of risks and exposures. Designed for producers, CSR's, account executives and other insurance professionals, the CISR program fills the need for quality insurance education and training.
Each course is one day of instruction followed by an optional examination (no exam required for CE credit). The successful completion of five of the nine course examinations earns the CISR designation. You have three years from the end of the year you pass your first exam to complete your CISR designation.
To maintain the designation, particpants must annually attend at least one program sanctioned by
The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research. No testing is required to maintain the designation.
SELF-PACED: All CISR can also be taken self-paced online format. Click link and enter code IIABSC at checkout. You have 60 days to complete the course. Testing and proctor are required. See LIVE webinars page above for FAQs about temporary testing requirements.
South Carolina CSR of the Year Award
Do you know an outstanding Customer Service Rep? Nominate them for the SC CSR of the Year. They are not required to hold or be pursuing the CISR designation to be eligible. Deadline May 1.
The Next Step: CISR Elite
As a CISR, you already know the value of an ongoing commitment to professionalism. To earn CISR Elite status, you must attend and pass all nine CISR courses. You already keep your education up-to-date by meeting your annual update requirement. Why not earn CISR Elite status in the process? You get an additional three years to complete your CISR Elite status.
Once you attain the CISR designation and experience the career fulfillment that comes along with it, you will want to make sure your knowledge and expertise stay up to date. A commitment to annual continuing education makes that possible.
CISR Update Requirement
To maintain the CISR designation, you are required to complete one of the following skills-enriching courses every year:
PROfile for your update deadline.