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Personal Lines Seminars

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  • Automobile Coverages and Claims Update
  • 2 Technical Credits
  • Krista Prockiw
In this webinar, you’ll explore British Columbia’s new no-fault automobile-liability system that came into effect earlier this year with the introduction of Enhanced Care coverage. This will include taking a look at the accident benefits and other coverage now available under B.C.’s Insurance (Vehicle) Act and Regulations. You’ll also examine past court decisions to learn the difference between the legal landscape before Enhanced Care coverage and the situation now.
Who Should Attend: All personal-lines brokers who handle Autoplan insurance.
This seminar has no more classes scheduled at this time.
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  • Condo Insurance 101 - Personal Lines
  • 1 Technical Credits
  • Michael Mesic of Ensure Training & Education
In this interactive “coffee chat” session, you’ll discuss various coverages under the Personal Lines condo form. You’ll discuss the issues with deductibles under PL policy verses the condo policy and what happens in the event of a claim and which determine which policy will pay for the loss.
Who Should Attend: All personal lines sales and service brokers and team leaders.
08 Feb 22
Web Broadcast
2:30PM - 3:30PM (PT)
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  • High Net Worth Clients - Personal Lines -New-
  • 2 Technical Credits
  • Melanie Needham
Join us for a high-level overview of unique coverages and considerations for High Net Worth Clients. We will discuss their unique exposures including Fine Arts, Watercraft, Wine Collections, Kidnap & Ransom Coverage, Identity Theft, and a few more important topics. We will even give you tips on how to prospect for these clients.
Who Should Attend: All Personal Lines brokers at all levels.
09 Feb 22
Web Broadcast
2PM - 4PM (PT)
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  • Insurance Solutions for Residential Condo Unit Owners
  • 2 Technical Credits
  • Jo Anne Mitchell
In the first quarter of 2022, many brokers continue to see significant premium increases on their book of condo policy renewals. This trend is expected to continue throughout the year. Additionally, the need for individual strata lot owners to increase their coverage for deductible responsibility remains challenging for brokers and expensive for clients. Join us for this informative webinar where you'll discuss the impact of the strata market, learn about the variety of residential strata units, and discuss the unique insurance needs of condo-unit owners. You'll get the knowledge and skills you need to help your condo clients understand their coverage needs and make informed insurance purchase decisions.
Who Should Attend: All personal lines sales and service brokers and team leaders.
08 Mar 22
Web Broadcast
9:30AM - 11:45AM (PT)
stdClass Object ( [id] => 536 [catid] => 41 [title] => Insuring Pleasure Craft [titleComment] => [newCourse] => 0 [updated] => 0 [nbes] => 0 [membersOnly] => 0 [credits] => 2 [credit_type] => Technical [sponsor] => [sponsorImage] => [credit_restrictions] => [instructorOne] => 124 [instructorTwo] => [instructorThree] => [instructorFour] => [description] => This webinar will provide you with a detailed understanding of pleasure boats, their components, and their use and hazards as they pertain to boat-insurance applications. You’ll also do an in-depth review of the most popular marine coverages available in today’s market. [wsa] => Brokers who are new to personal marine insurance. [wsa_note] => [checked_out] => 0 [checked_out_time] => 0000-00-00 00:00:00 [active] => 1 [params] => [instructorTwoSeparator] => [instructorThreeSeparator] => [instructorFourSeparator] => [bioOne] => has been in the insurance industry for over 30 years, and is currently a marine-insurance broker with Western Financial Group. She began her career on the front lines of a large Prince George insurance brokerage as an Autoplan agent and then quickly moved into personal lines. A former IBABC board member, Debra has been authoring, editing, and facilitating courses and seminars for IBABC since 2005. [bioTwo] => [bioThree] => [bioFour] => [instructorsNameOne] => Debra Fitzsimmons [instructorsAnchorOne] => Debra _Fitzsimmons [instructorsNameTwo] => [instructorsAnchorTwo] => [instructorsNameThree] => [instructorsAnchorThree] => [instructorsNameFour] => [instructorsAnchorFour] => [instructorsCompanyOne] => [instructorsCompanyTwo] => [instructorsCompanyThree] => [instructorsCompanyFour] => )
This webinar will provide you with a detailed understanding of pleasure boats, their components, and their use and hazards as they pertain to boat-insurance applications. You’ll also do an in-depth review of the most popular marine coverages available in today’s market.
Who Should Attend: Brokers who are new to personal marine insurance.
31 Mar 22
Web Broadcast
10AM - NOON (PT)
stdClass Object ( [id] => 691 [catid] => 41 [title] => Insuring Seasonal Homes [titleComment] => [newCourse] => 0 [updated] => 0 [nbes] => 0 [membersOnly] => 0 [credits] => 2 [credit_type] => Technical [sponsor] => [sponsorImage] => [credit_restrictions] => [instructorOne] => 111 [instructorTwo] => [instructorThree] => [instructorFour] => [description] => Many policyholders are captivated by owning a vacation home, whether it’s a park-model trailer, a spectacular oceanside retreat or a mountainside ski condo. Brokers must understand the unique insurance needs of all these forms of seasonal dwellings. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to identify the exposures to property and liability losses presented by seasonal home ownership, discuss insurance to value concerns and discover the various methods of insuring seasonal properties. [wsa] => All brokers and staff handling Personal Lines risks. [wsa_note] => [checked_out] => 0 [checked_out_time] => 0000-00-00 00:00:00 [active] => 1 [params] => [instructorTwoSeparator] => [instructorThreeSeparator] => [instructorFourSeparator] => [bioOne] => is founder and operator of Effective Training & Communications Plus (E.T.C. Plus). Based in Oliver, B.C., Jo Anne has over 35 years’ experience in the insurance industry, including commercial lines and farms. A seasoned facilitator, she has trained thousands of insurance professionals across Canada. Jo Anne’s insurance career spans both a brokerage and company background, giving her a unique insight into the training needs of both groups. She has been presenting seminars and webinars for IBABC since 2006, and has contributed several articles to our HyperArticles program. [bioTwo] => [bioThree] => [bioFour] => [instructorsNameOne] => Jo Anne Mitchell [instructorsAnchorOne] => Jo Anne_Mitchell [instructorsNameTwo] => [instructorsAnchorTwo] => [instructorsNameThree] => [instructorsAnchorThree] => [instructorsNameFour] => [instructorsAnchorFour] => [instructorsCompanyOne] => [instructorsCompanyTwo] => [instructorsCompanyThree] => [instructorsCompanyFour] => )
Many policyholders are captivated by owning a vacation home, whether it’s a park-model trailer, a spectacular oceanside retreat or a mountainside ski condo. Brokers must understand the unique insurance needs of all these forms of seasonal dwellings. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to identify the exposures to property and liability losses presented by seasonal home ownership, discuss insurance to value concerns and discover the various methods of insuring seasonal properties.
Who Should Attend: All brokers and staff handling Personal Lines risks.
21 Apr 22
Web Broadcast
9:30AM - 11:45AM (PT)
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  • Introduction to Claims - Personal Lines
  • 1 Technical Credits
  • Michael Mesic of Ensure Training & Education
In this interactive “coffee chat” session, you’ll discuss the financial landscape in claims, losses due to fire, flood and water and how to determine quantum on a loss.
Who Should Attend: All personal-lines brokers at all levels.
24 Feb 22
Web Broadcast
10:30AM - 11:30AM (PT)
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As a personal-lines broker, your main focus is on selling policies and managing a book of business. When a client has a claim, you might just report it to the company and leave it to the adjuster to deal with. But this often leaves the insured feeling unsupported and vulnerable. In this webinar you’ll learn how to provide better claims experiences for your clients, which will help retain their post-claim business. You’ll explore example situations in which clients have good claim experiences and bad ones. You’ll acquire tools and materials to assist insureds when they need support the most. And you’ll participate in group discussion and activities to learn about everything you can do to advocate for the client and communicate with the insurer to ensure a claim is handled with compassion, empathy, and efficiency.
Who Should Attend: All personal-lines brokers at all levels.
30 Mar 22
Web Broadcast
10AM - NOON (PT)
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More than ever, insurers are depending on brokers to be front-line underwriters to help educate homeowners about potential loss due to lack of home maintenance. In this seminar, you’ll participate in group discussions and activities regarding the importance of updates for roofing, heating, plumbing, electrical, and hot-water tank systems, and how it all affects coverage. Whether you’re writing a new risk or managing an existing book of renewals, you’ll learn effective ways to discuss dwelling updates with homeowners. You’ll also gain deeper understanding of how these residential systems function.
Who Should Attend: All personal lines brokers at all levels.
14 Apr 22
Web Broadcast
9AM - NOON (PT)
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When a broker meets with a new client or is asked by an existing client to insure a new location, there’s a lot of information to collect and review to accurately assess the risk. In this webinar you’ll look at a variety of potential client scenarios and then review the property exposures and risks presented. You’ll take all the information at hand to make coverage recommendations. This is a highly interactive session in which participation in group discussion is encouraged.
Who Should Attend: All personal lines brokers at all levels.
27 Apr 22
Web Broadcast
10AM - NOON (PT)
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  • Residential Plumbing & Electrical - An Insurance Perspective
  • 2 Technical Credits
  • Jo Anne Mitchell
A house is much more than just four walls and a roof; it’s an interactive system made up of many components, including the plumbing and electrical distribution system. As homes age, so do their plumbing and electrical services. Many insurers won’t provide or renew coverage on older houses unless these components are updated. In this webinar, you’ll learn about residential plumbing and electrical systems, including the concerns with galvanized plumbing, aluminum and knob and tube wiring, and 60-amp electrical panels. You’ll gain the knowledge and skills needed to perform front-line underwriting, and help your clients understand the safety benefits of updating these critical residential building components.
Who Should Attend: All Personal Lines brokers at all levels.
18 May 22
Web Broadcast
9:30AM - 11:45AM (PT)