Professional Designation: Commercial Lines

Commercial Lines Class Curriculum for an Insurance Professional for Client Protection Designation:

Core requirements (8 main subjects and 29 actual classes):

 

  • Workers’ Compensation

  • Business Income/Extra Expense (5 parts)

  • Liability (7 parts)

    • EPLI

    • Umbrella

    • D&O, part 1

    • D&O, part 2

    • Professional

    • Overview of Cyber

    • Legal

    • Commercial Auto

  • Builder’s Risk

  • Property Limits (5 parts)

    • Replacement Cost vs ACV vs Market Value

    • Ordinance & Law

    • Schedules/Inventories

    • Construction Defect

    • Co-Insurance – Property

  • Equipment Breakdown/Boiler & Machinery

  • Auto (7 parts)

    • Liability

    • UM/UIM

    • Transportation Floaters

    • Auto Symbol Rating

    • Owned/NonOwned

    • Garage Liability

    • Garage Keepers

  • Completed Ops

 

Plus, Five Electives – Your choice for whether to delve deeper into one of the subjects, addressing customer discussions of difficult situations and even potentially other coverage subjects of your choosing, such as:

  • Flood Insurance

  • Crime

  • Replacement Estimators

  • Explaining negative underwriting decisions to clients

  • Manufacturer’s E&O

  • Learning to be a Claims Advocate

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