CIC Commercial Casualty Institute

Start Time/Date: 8:00 AM Wednesday, April 22, 2020
End Time/Date: 10:30 AM Friday, April 24, 2020
ADDRESS: PIA Southern Alliance Learning Center
3805 Crestwood Pkwy. NW
CITY: Duluth, GA 30096

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Commercial Casualty (CC) Institute  (Click here to view agenda)


IMPORTANT PAYMENT INFORMATION:

1.  Only payment secures your seat in this Institute

2.  If payment is not received with 10 days of the registration date, your enrollment will be cancelled.

3.  The fee for this course increases to $515 if the registration and/or payment is received within 14 days of the program's start date.


The registration amount includes the cost of instruction, course materials, and coffee breaks; it does not include meals or hotel accommodations.




NOTE: Beginning January 2019 all CIC Insitutes will include 16 hours of instruction (Wednesday and Thursday). The last day of the Institute will be on Friday and will be for exam takers only.

In the CIC Commercial Casualty course, you will gain a detailed understanding of the coverage, limitations, and exclusions of the Commercial General Liability (CGL) Policy, the Business Auto Policy (BAP), and the Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability Insurance Policy (WC & EL Policy).


Updated and revised 16-hour course.


Commercial General Liability (CGL) Concepts and Coverage (6 hours)

What is covered in an ISO CGL policy, and what isn’t? Become familiar with policy inclusions and exclusions. Learn how the Limits of Insurance apply and how a CGL Policy can be modified to better protect your client’s business.


Additional Insured Concepts and Endorsements (2 hours)

Understand how to comply with the various insurance requirements commonly found in contracts. Learn about waivers of subrogation, additional insured status, and primary/contributory insurance. Examine the purposes, coverages, and limitations of additional insured endorsements.


Business Automobile Coverages and Endorsements (5 hours)

Learn how to analyze the Business Auto Coverage Form and how symbols are used to designate coverage. Understand who qualifies as an insured and how to modify the BAP to better protect other persons and/or organizations. Learn what exclusions apply and endorsements that can be used to modify a BAP to better protect your client’s business.


Workers Compensation and Employer's Liability (3 hours)

Explore important legal concepts that contributed to the establishment of the workers compensation system. Understand how coverage for Workers Compensation and Employers Liability Insurance is activated and how it applies in response to a work-related injury or occupational disease. Learn what endorsements can be used to modify the policy to offer broader protection.