Back in January, I advised that in 2019 I would be writing a monthly column for the Insurance Journal based on my book “When Words Collide: Resolving Insurance Coverage and Claims Disputes.” In conjunction with that 12-part series, I have developed a companion one-hour webinar for each article, where we did much deeper into the issues addressed in the column. Here are some evaluations for this webinar series:
How did our instructor do today?
4.82 out of 5
Was the content what you wanted?
4.69 out of 5
Would you recommend this class to anyone else?
4.76 out of 5
The entire series of 12 webinars is priced at $379, BUT you can get these and much more by becoming a member of the Insurance Journal’s Academy of Insurance for just $279. All of the webinars are being recorded, so if you sign up at any time, you can catch up to the current webinar by viewing the previous recorded versions. By becoming a member of the Academy, not only do you get access to this 12-part webinar series, but also to dozens and dozens of other webcasts from some of the most knowledgeable presenters in the industry on a variety of topics. It’s probably the best educational deal in the industry. To learn more, CLICK HERE.
In addition, in order to make this information available to as many industry professionals as possible, I will be doing a separate series of FOUR webinars for the webinar provider FISCE and The CE Partnership beginning in April. Although the cost of this four-part series of 3-hour webinars is more than the cost of membership in the Academy of Insurance, some state agent associations are offering CE credit such that you might be able to get an entire year’s CE credit by attending the FISCE and The CE Partnership series. For more information, CLICK HERE.
If you have any questions about either of these opportunities, shoot me an email at Bill@InsuranceCommentary.com.
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