Available CE Classes

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Each Course Requires Separate Registration.
Two Courses per Day - AM Course is 3 CE's and PM Course is 4 CE's. Resgister for AM, PM or Both

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Date: 12/07/2023
Time: 9:00:00 AM CST
Price: $25
Max Attendance: 22
Location: 2625 S. Washburn Street - Oshkosh, WI 54904

3 CE Credits
8:00 –9:00 AM - Registration with Hot Breakfast
9:00–12:00 PM - Class Duration

This classroom-based insurance CE course of Ethics instruction is specifically designed to engage all participants in a discussion of how an insurance agents and insurance agencies are frequently challenged by business ethics questions and the relationship in business between the truth and professional duties. The content of the course focused on involving the participants in discussions of formulating and implementing a Code of Conduct for their business practices and exploring real-life methods to maintain those standards, based in truthful dealings, in a highly competitive marketplace. This course has relevant material for all levels of insurance experience from beginners to more experienced insurance professionals. The ultimate goal of this course is to encourage all insurance practitioners to raise the level of ethical behavior while representing the insurance industry and consumers.


Date: 12/07/2023
Time: 1:00:00 AM CST
Price: $25
Max Attendance: 22
Location: 2625 S. Washburn Street - Oshkosh, WI 54904

4 CE Credits
12:30 –1:00 PM - Registration with Hot Breakfast
1:00–5:00 PM - Class Duration

This is a 4-hour designed to provide basic and intermediate insurance
instruction for insurance professionals ranging from agents, CSR’s,
underwriters, field managers, and agency owners.

This course will focus on the aspects of a standard Homeowners policy
as available today in the marketplace and will help to clarify the various provisions of both the property and liability side of those policies.
Participants will be asked to join in discussion dealing with limits of
liability, coverage extensions, definitions, coverage exclusions and to
better serve consumers with an understanding of the Homeowners policy.

Discussion will also focus on how to present these expanded coverages to consumers at policy inception and renewal.

Through each step of the program, participants will be asked to become involved in discussions designed to highlight the concepts provided.



To be or Not To Be? Ethical Decisions
Home Alone, Homeowners Ins and Changes to policies

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