15.5 CPD POINTS, 10 ONLINE COURSES, R 350 per CPD CYCLE for FIA, IISA, FPI, IIWC members.
Introduction to Insurance
Understanding Insurable Risks
Overview of the Legislative Environment
Introduction to Reinsurance
Financial, Management & Crime Insurance
Business Interruption Insurance
Claims Made vs. Losses Occurring Policies
Duration: 2 hours
CPD Points: 2
Business interruption, also known as Loss of Profits or Consequential Loss insurance, indemnifies a business for those costs that cannot be stopped or reduced in proportion to the reduction of sales caused by a fire, machinery breakdown or other insured peril. Cover may include loss of gross profit, wages and additional costs of working.
Duration: 1 hour
CPD Points: 1
In this course we look at how insurable risks are classified into different groups and what factors are considered when underwriting these risks. You will learn what type of insurance will help you to protect against which risk and how to figure out all the evaluating factors that help decide your premium.
Duration: 10m 15s
Insurance principles guide the conduct of insurance. In this video we cover indemnity, average, subrogation, proximate cause, contribution, good faith and insurable interest.
Risk is a set of circumstances with a possibility of loss that cannot be completely controlled or perfectly foreseen. Risk can be transferred to insurer in exchange for a premium. This infographic is a one page visual summary of the concept of risk.
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Duration: 4m 36s
A claim is one of the key times that the insurer can make a favourable impression on the policyholder. It is probably the moment of greatest expectation, referred to by marketers as the moment of truth. This video provides an overview of the claims handlers role in the bigger picture.
Duration: 45 mins
Insurance policies do not incept and expire at the same time during the year. The financial year may be January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017; however, the polices will incept throughout the year.
Consequently, at the end of the financial year, there will still be some policies which have not expired and which may produce claims after the end of the financial year...