Ethics in the Insurance Industry (CE)|
No classroom attendance required. This intermediate level Ethics course is acceptable for all licensed agents and is worth three (3) CE credit hours in Florida, four (4) CE credit hours in Iowa and North Carolina and only one (1) CE credit hour in Maryland. 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 practitioners, that can result in meeting and exceeding the minimum ethical standards required by the state's insurance regulations.
- To meet the fiduciary responsibilities through vigilant compliance to insurance laws and regulations.
- To acquire an indepth knowledge of the insurance regulations especially in the areas pertaining to the conduct of insurance practitioners.
- To commit to a high level of integrity and ethics in our relationships with Insureds, Insurers, other insurance practitioners and vendors.
- Lastly to embody the attributes of ethical conduct learn in this course in order to overcome the challenges inherent in the altruistic nature of an insurance profession.
The student will pass each exam with a score of 70% or better and after passing all exams will receive his/her Certificate of Completion.
Your Author/Instructor is Joseph Donovan.