Key Fundamentals of Flood Insurance for Agents, Parts 1 & 2
Presented by the National Flood Insurance Program
June 28, 29 2017
(Capacity is limited)
Please register for both parts of this webinar.
Part One: June 28 – 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT – REGISTER
Part Two: June 29 – 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT – REGISTER
Insurance agent continuing education course approval and credits vary by state. CLICK HERE for information about your state.
TWO-PART KEY FUNDAMENTALS WEBINAR
This webinar is a two-part course on the National Flood Insurance Program. It includes the topics listed in the Federal Register notice on training and education requirements related to Section 207 of the Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2004, otherwise known as FIRA 2004.
It brings participants the latest information on reform legislation impacting the NFIP as it reviews the key elements that insurance agents need to know about the NFIP and how it works. It also discusses many of the federal flood program?s general rules as well as some more advanced topics. For more information visit our Key Fundamentals of Flood Insurance overview.
Attendees must complete both sessions in order to cover all topics required by the Flood Insurance Reform Act (FIRA) of 2004.
To register, please use the links above. These webinars are FREE to attend, but spaces are limited so please register early.
Can’t attend these sessions? NFIP Training conducts webinars on flood insurance topics regularly. Watch for more upcoming opportunities. If you are not a subscriber to NFIP agent training bulletins, please sign up here.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
Insurance agent continuing education course approval and credits vary by state. Click Here for information about your state. Some states (e.g. California, Illinois, Oklahoma, Utah and Virginia) require that both parts of the course be successfully completed to receive any credit hours.
Both parts of the course must be completed to meet the FIRA 2004 training requirement. Periodic learning checks will be conducted to measure attendee engagement. Learning checks must be completed by each registered attendee to earn CE credit. Only registered attendees are eligible to receive CE credits. No exam is required.
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