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Florida - Insuring the Small Business (CE) (INSCE015FL3)
This class is available for all insurance agents for CE credit, but was written especially for Commercial Lines Agents and Customer Service Reps who specialize or want to specialize in serving the small business market in their community.  The purpose of this class is to familiarize you with the many different types of insurance products that are available for this market.  As a Florida General Lines Agent or CSR, you are licensed to provide all of the products covered in this c..
Florida: 3 hr All Licenses CE - Homeowners Insurance - What's Covered, What's Not? (INSCE039FL3)
Insurance Claims Adjusters and Public Adjusters need a deep understanding of the homeowner policy to determine what’s covered and what’s not.  Insurance Agents and CSRs also benefit from knowing how to navigate the contract to know when additional policies or endorsements are needed to protect their customers' financial interests.  This course explores these helpful concepts.What the homeowners’ policy is designed to cover and whyHow to navigate the policy contract to find exclusions a..
Florida: 3 hr Public Adjuster CE (3-20) - Homeowners Insurance - What's Covered, What's Not? (INSCE039FL3)
Insurance Claims Adjusters and Public Adjusters need a deep understanding of the homeowner policy to determine what’s covered and what’s not.  Insurance Agents and CSRs also benefit from knowing how to navigate the contract to know when additional policies or endorsements are needed to protect their customers' financial interests.  This course explores these helpful concepts.What the homeowners’ policy is designed to cover and whyHow to navigate the policy contract to find exclusions a..
Florida: 2 hr All Licenses CE - COVID-19, Insurance, and Claims (INSCE038FL2)
COVID-19 claims have raised coverage issues that will probably ultimately resolved through legislation and court decisions. Coverages affected include property, general liability and workers compensation.  The coverage causing the biggest uproar from unhappy insureds is Business Interruption. Questions have also arisen on employee injuries usually insured under a workers compensation policy.  This issue has come to the fore with the exposure of medical personnel to ..
Florida: 2 hr Public Adjuster CE (3-20) - COVID-19, Insurance, and Claims (INSCE038FL2)
COVID-19 claims have raised coverage issues that will probably ultimately resolved through legislation and court decisions. Coverages affected include property, general liability and workers compensation.  The coverage causing the biggest uproar from unhappy insureds is Business Interruption. Questions have also arisen on employee injuries usually insured under a workers compensation policy.  This issue has come to the fore with the exposure of medical personnel to the virus..
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Florida: Real Estate CE - Core Law (RECE001FL3)
This course has been created in hopes of helping you have a better understanding of the Florida laws related to real estate.  This course is taken by sales associates, broker associates, and brokers. You cannot list and sell real estate to the public without knowing the laws and rules. This course, Core Law, is a continuing education requirement by the State of Florida as part of your 14 hours of continuing education that must be completed every two years. Why do you need to revie..
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Florida: 4-hour Law and Ethics Update PLUS CE Section 2 - for 2-20 and 20-44 Agents and 4-40 CSRs (9hrs credit) (INSCE030FL9h)
This class satisfies the requirement that Agents complete a Law and Ethics Update course every 2 years, which is specific to the license held by the licensee and covers industry law updates, premium discounts, ethics, disciplinary trends, industry trends, and suitability of insurance products.  This 2-20 license-group online course is divided into 7 areas of study: Jurisdiction of duties and responsibilities, Licensing requirements, Florida statues, Department communication and Guaranty ass..
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Florida: Real Estate CE - Business Ethics (RECE002FL3)
This course will discuss the differences between ethics, morality, and the law. Business ethics are presented with examples of companies that operated unethically. Our culture is faced with tough ethical questions that we will take a look at. An examination of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics will be presented. And finally, we will look at five cases to discover whether the business is operating ethically or not.This course, Business Ethics, is a mandatory requirement by the State of Flor..
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Florida: Real Estate CE - Fair Housing (RECE003FL4)
This course will introduce you to the federal Fair Housing Act, also known as Title 8 of the Civil Rights Act.  We will outline the seven protected classes and discuss discriminatory conduct and activities prohibited under the law.    The last lesson provides you with four actual cases from HUD. You will be presented with the facts and then a question asking you to determine what type of discrimination occurred based on the facts. At the completion of this course,..
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Florida: Real Estate CE - Florida Contracts (RECE004FL4)
Why is it important to know all about contracts that are used in the real estate business? It is important because licensees use contracts to list homes, sell homes, list rental property, and rent property. These contracts layout the terms and conditions that all parties must agree on to move forward with the transaction. Knowing the correct contract to use and what the contract states will help licensees guide their customers and clients properly.This course dives into all the diffe..
Florida: Real Estate CE Bundle - Complete 14 hours (RECEB001FL14)
The State of Florida requires you to take 14 hours of CE every two years after your first two-year cycle. Two of these courses, Core Law and Business Ethics, are required subjects by the State. The other 8 hours are specialty courses, general electives. Our bundle of 14 hours satisfies the State requirements for your entire package of Continuing Education credits. All four of these courses have been approved by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. This RECEB001FL14 Rea..
Florida: 6 hr all Licenses CE - Surplus Lines (INSCE036FL6)
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 lines insurance, the regulatory processes, distribution systems, unauthorized insurance entities and details on the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office (FSLSO), Rules of Practice and the Florida Stat..
Building Business Relationships - The Series
Building Relationships for Business and Career Success - 5 Part Series CERTIFICATE PROGRAM (includes CP002 through CP006 listed below) - by Lillian D. Bjorseth Cradle-to-grave job security is gone. Building relationships is your key to controlling your career, your business and your destiny from your first job until you retire. You have one thing in common whether you are self-employed or work for someone else: People like to do business with and hire people they know and trust or people refe..
Florida: 7 hr CE -Health Insurance Policies and Provisions (INSCE034FL7)
This course is designed as a continuing education course especially beneficial for 2-15 and 2-40 licensed agents, but may be taken by all agents and adjusters (other than 3-20 public adjusters). Unit 1 covers most Health Insurance Types of Policies and Unit 2 covers associated Policy Provisions. This course is an Immediate Level continuing education course and has been approved by the Department of Financial Services for 7 hours of CE credit. This course includes lessons in these areas of stu..
Florida: 2hr all licenses CE - Consumer-Driven Health Care (INSCE033FL2)
Types and rates of health care insurance coverage have changed considerably in the last 50 - 60 years.  From the 1960s through the 1980s, the principal type of group health insurance was indemnity insurance. Its benefit design required covered individuals to pay a portion of provider billed charges after meeting an annual deductible. From the 1980s forward, indemnity coverage was replaced by managed care.  Health care providers (physicians and hospitals, etc.) were required to accep..
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