Effective 11/1/16: The Washington Office of Insurance (OIC) has reduced CE hours and omitted Ethics credit for Washington CIC courses. All CIC courses in Washington are now approved for 20 credit hours, with no Ethics credit.
The exception is Agency Management, which has been approved for 20 hours (18 + 2 Ethics).
PIA offers Ethics courses via live webinars and on-line CE through Kaplan.
If you have questions regarding the new CE approval, contact the OIC directly at 360-725-7144.
COMMERCIAL CASUALTY INSTITUTE
COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY CONCEPTS AND COVERAGE – 8 hours
Learn what liability exposures exist in the areas of premises, operations, products and completed operations, and personal and advertising injury liability. Understand important legal concepts and how they correlate with CGL coverage. Determine what coverage the CGL provides, who is insured, what is excluded, how the limits apply and be able to identify appropriate CGL endorsements.
ADDITIONAL INSURED CONCEPTS AND ENDORSEMENTS – 2 hours
Explore the reasons for additional insured status and what problems may be created by adding an additional insured. The purpose, coverage and limitations of the more commonly used additional insured endorsements will be explained. Waivers of subrogation and the impact of the “Other Insurance” policy condition will also be addressed.
BUSINESS AUTOMOBILE COVERAGES AND ENDORSEMENTS – 6 hours
Identify the major coverages and exposures related to various uses of “covered autos” (owned, non-owned and hired). Determine “who is as an insured”, what exclusions apply, the gaps of coverage, and some endorsements that modify the Business Auto Coverage Form.
WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS LIABILITY – 4 hours
Understand important legal concepts and employment exposures of today’s workers compensation system. Workers Compensation and Employers Liability Insurance will be explained along with some of the more commonly used endorsements.