Learn about common types of insurance and insurers. Explore how risk management has evolved. Gain an understanding of why insurance operations are regulated. Take tours through key departments you’ll work with as a producer including underwriting, claims, and sales. Explore the different risks commercial and personal clients face. Learn how producers serve as their clients’ risk consultants.
Understand the expanding role of a producer, including serving as risk consultants
Tour the departments you will work with regularly
Explore the impact of analytics and technology on the evolution of risk and insurance
Recognize the distinguishing characteristics of insurance policies
Understand the benefits and key components of insurance
Distinguish between personal, casualty, and commercial insurance
Dive into how insurance is regulated and marketed
Analyze the unique property loss exposures faced by commercial and personal clients
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