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Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance

Gain confidence by understanding basic risk management and insurance principles.

Bottom-Line Benefits

Develop an understanding of property-casualty insurance, risk management, underwriting, and claims in this four- to six-week online course.

Every course has benefited my career in some fashion. Many times when making a decision on a promotion, your education will help in making you the more desired choice for the position you are going for.

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Tracie Warder CPCU, AU, AINS Commercial Farm Ranch Consultant at American Family Insurance

Course Details


Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance

Learn the fundamentals of property-casualty insurance, risk management, claims, and underwriting.

Course Level
(New)
Language(s)
English
Average Completion Time
4-6 Weeks
Topics
  • Distinguishing Among Insurance Functions
  • Understanding How Insurance Regulation Works
  • Getting to Know Insurance Policies
  • Following The Risk Management Process
  • Understanding The Risk Manager's Role
  • Exploring Underwriting Decision Making
  • Making Auto, Property, and Liability Underwriting Decisions
  • Making Claims Decisions
  • Handling Bodily Injury and Property Damages Claims

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