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Webcasts for Ethics CE credit

Need Ethics hours? The following upcoming webcasts offer 3 hrs. Ethics credits to meet the SCDOI continuing education requirements.


Agency Management Based E&O and Ethics, 3 hrs. Ethics
This program deals with structuring your agency in a way that will reduce the likelihood of having an E&O claim while firmly establishing proper ethical standards. We will address some issues every organization needs to face such as: Agency Culture, Management Styles, Policy and Decision Making, Team Building, Ethics through Transparency.

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This course is part of IIABSC Ethics Day celebration on March 25, those participating in our morning or afternoon session receive 15 percent off regular rates.  Register for IIABSC Ethics Day using our online education calendar.


E&O Risk Management, Meeting the Challenge of Change Part II,  3 hrs. Ethics
This course is designed to give agents important information to help reduce their exposure to E&O claims. Topics that will be discussed include:

  • Agency Defenses Documentation
  • E&O Considerations of Agency Operations 
  • Agency/Carrier Relationships - Law of Agency 

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E&O - Roadmap to Policy Analysis Part I,  3 hrs. Ethics
This course is designed to guide experienced professionals step by step through the process of reading policy language, applying a basic coverage analysis to look for possible gaps in coverage, and understanding advanced coverage issues. It will explain what to look for in terms of wording, punctuation, and formatting, including negative and positive implications of specific wording. In addition, the course will address E&O loss control issues and help the agency look at ways to obtain and retain business. 

Ethical Issues - Personal & Organizational, 3 hrs. Ethics
Ethics in the most simplest of terms is a study of decision making. Why do people choose to make the "right" or "wrong" decision based on a set of circumstances?  What are the factors that affect such decisions?  There could be hundreds of factors, and they could be different for each person/decision.  This webcast will only scratch the surface of an issue known as ethical decision making.

Professional Ethics in the Insurance Industry, 3 hrs. Ethics
This seminar is a fast-paced examination of many facets of professional ethics in five major parts: personal vs. professional ethics, objective ethical standards (where our obligations lie), ethical hot spots (where professionals are likely to encounter difficulties), use of ethics statements and case law and other situations in the context of best ethical resolution.

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