Flood insurance is a special policy financially backed by the Federal Government, with cooperation from local communities and insurance companies. The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) was established in 1968 by the National Flood Insurance Act to provide property owners with the opportunity t..
This course contains four sections: Introduction to Ethics Unauthorized Entities Unfair Trade Practices Agent Behavior & Client Expectations. There are two examinations (one after part two and the other after part four). This course has been approved by the Florida Departmen..
The course will present a review of hurricane characteristics and forecasting, emphasizing policies insuring hurricane losses, coverage questions and underwriting changes since Hurricane Andrew of 1992. In addition, types of insurance policies, the impact of hurricanes on the insurance industry will..
The Surplus Lines Agent License (1-20) allows the licensee to handle the placement of insurance coverages with unauthorized insurers and to place such coverages with authorized insurers as to which the licensee is not licensed as an agent. The Surplus Lines CE Course provides an overview of surplus ..
The course presents an explanation of Insurance Fraud, Regulatory Ethical Standards, Regulatory Standards of practice, Professional Standards and Practices. The primary goals of this course include all of the following: To develop high ethical standards of conduct among insurance practitioner..
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