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Asia Certificate Module 1, Lesson 1 Free Demo

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This is the demo version of Asia Module 1, Lesson 1: Foundations of Professional Liability Insurance.

Asia Certificate Module 1: Introduction to Professional Liability Insurance

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Asia Professional Liability

This module provides a foundation of basic concepts needed for understanding Professional Liability Insurance (PLI). Understanding the basic PLI concepts provides a foundation from which to further your studies. This module introduces the fundamental principles of PLI that establish a baseline of knowledge for understanding all forms of PLI. While many lines of PLI are available, PLI has several common features. Learners who begin their study of PLI have varying degrees of knowledge and skill. This module will enable all learners to have a good understanding of fundamental concepts and to understand the basic principles underlying PLI. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Asia Certificate Module 2: Introduction to Directors & Officers Liability Insurance

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Asia Professional Liability

The past several decades have seen an increase in lawsuits against corporate directors and officers, private companies, and non-profit organizations. Shareholders, employees, customers, and the government can all file lawsuits against these entities. Similarly, the regulatory environment has become more complex and onerous for companies and their directors. The need for Directors and Officers (D&O) liability insurance has never been greater. You may think that D&O coverage is only for large, public companies. However, the directors and officers of small, private companies and even non-profit organizations now have a greater risk of D&O lawsuits than they did in the past.Understanding the exposures that directors and officers face, as well as the coverage and protection provided by D&O liability insurance, increases your value to both your company and to your clients. This module introduces you to the types of exposures and coverage offered, and your role in providing this important product to your client companies. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Asia Certificate Module 3: Public Directors & Officers Liability Insurance

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Asia Professional Liability

This module is designed to help increase your knowledge of Directors and Officers (D&O) liability insurance and develop or improve your professional skills in selling, underwriting, or managing claims for publicly-traded companies. D&O liability insurance is intended to protect directors and officers from personal liability they may face based on their actions while fulfilling the duties they owe to the shareholders of their organizations. This module focuses on the liability of public companies and the types of D&O coverage available for these exposures. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Cyber University Waiver

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Certification Programs: Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation

Must demonstrate 5 or more years of Cyber Liability experience.

D&O University Waiver

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Certification Programs: Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation

Must demonstrate 5 or more years of D&O liability experience.

PLUS Breach Scenario: Held for Ransom

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Certification Programs: Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation

The PLUS Breach Scenario: Held for Ransom puts you into the role of the management team at Venture City Manufacturing as the company experience a ransomware attack. A cyber breach, like this ransomware scenario, involved people far beyond Information Technology. Do you know what to do when faced with this scenario? Your role in management means you will have to make decisions on how VCM will work through this issue and who will be involved and when. As you move through this scenario, you will review the information available, make decisions, and each decision will affect your overall score. Good luck!

Module 1: Fundamentals of Liability Insurance

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Cyber Liability, Certificate in PLI, Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation, Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation

This module will provide you with improved knowledge of the fundamental insurance concepts needed for the study of Professional Liability Insurance (PLI), greater insight into insurance company profitability, an understanding of the markets and regulatory environment in which PLI is bought and sold, and a basic understanding of the concepts and legal basis of liability. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 2 Waiver

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Cyber Liability, Certificate in PLI, Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation, Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation

In order to waive Module 2 (including the exam), you need to meet one of the following criteria: AAI (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) ACAS, FCAS (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) ACSR or ACSR 7 - Commercial Underwriting (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) AIC (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) AINS (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) ARM (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) AU or AU 63 or AU 66 - Commercial Underwriting (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) CAIB (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) Casualty Claims Law Association with GL Electives (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) CIC or Casualty Part (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) CIP - Previously ACII (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) CPCU (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) CRM (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) FCII (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) FIIC (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) INS or INS 23, Commercial Insurance (with Certificate from Issuing Institution) BBA or BS with Major in Risk Management & Insurance (with transcript from issuing institution which indicates a major in Risk Management and/or Insurance) Masters Degree in Insurance (with transcript from issuing institution which indicates a Masters Degree in Insurance) JD with appropriate work experience - such as working as professional liability defense or coverage attorney (with transcript from issuing institution) For the UK: ACII (with Certificate from issuing institution) FCII (with Certificate from issuing institution)

Module 2: Commercial General Liability Insurance Overview

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Cyber Liability, Certificate in PLI, Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation, Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation

To understand and appreciate the complexities of professional liability insurance, it helps to first understand some basic principles of general liability insurance. In this module, you will examine the relationship between risk and insurance, the risk management process, and the roles and responsibilities of insurance professionals, the regulated market, and unique characteristics of insurance contracts. In this module you will gain a greater understanding of what the potential exposures are for this line of business and how it relates to professional liability exposures and coverage. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 3 Waiver

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Cyber Liability, Certificate in Errors & Omissions (E&O), Certificate in Medical Professional Liability, Certificate in PLI, Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation, Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation

In order to waive Module 3 (including the exam), you need to meet the following criteria: Casualty Claims Law Associate with professional liability electives - medical malpractice; professional liability; employment practices liability (with certificate from issuing institution)

Module 3: Professional Liability Insurance: Introduction

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Cyber Liability, Certificate in Errors & Omissions (E&O), Certificate in Medical Professional Liability, Certificate in PLI, Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation, Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation

The liability insurance industry has expanded dramatically as liability exposures have continued to increase in the United States. In the past 50 years or so, litigation arising from professional errors and omissions has increased dramatically, partly because the range of jobs that are considered professional has expanded greatly. Therefore, this expansion has increased the need for professionals to protect themselves against financial losses that can result from their errors and omissions or breaches of their professional responsibilities. Commercial General Liability (CGL) is designed to meet the needs for liability insurance generated by the exposures related to operating a business. In contrast, Professional Liability Insurance (PLI) is designed to protect insureds from exposures related to the rendering of professional services. Different types of professionals each have specialized needs. Many lines of PLI have been developed to meet the needs of specific professionals. In this module you will gain improved knowledge of the fundamental concepts and principals of PLI, PLI policy components, the claims-made policy functions, and the factors that influence underwriting PLI policies. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 4 Waiver

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Executive Liability, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation

In order to waive Module 4 (including the exam), you need to meet one of the following criteria: BA or BBA with two years corporate or business accounting and/or finance courses (with a course transcript including four (4) semester length courses - or their equivalent if on a quarter system - in corporate or business accounting and/or finance courses BS in accounting or finance (with a transcript from issuing institution which indicates a degree in accounting or finance) Masters in accounting or finance (with a transcript from issuing institution which indicates a degree in accounting or finance) ACAS/FCAS or students who have Exam 6 - Reserving, Insurance Accounting Principles, Reinsurance & ERM - or Exam 8 - Investments & Financial Analysis (with certificate from issuing institution) CFA - Certified Financial Analyst (with certificate from issuing institution) CMA - Certified Management Accountant (with certificate from issuing institution) CPA - Certified Public Accountant (with certificate from issuing institution) CPCU 540 - Finance for Risk Management & Insurance Professionals (with certificate from issuing institution) CPCU 8 (with certificate from issuing institution)

Module 5 Waiver

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Certification Programs: Certificate in PLI, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation

In order to waive Module 5 (including the exam), you need to meet the following criteria: ARe (with certificate from issuing institution)

Module 5: Professional Liability Reinsurance

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Certification Programs: Certificate in PLI, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation

One way insurance companies manage loss exposures is to transfer some or all of these exposures to other insurance companies. Reinsurance is a mechanism that enables insurers to shift loss exposures that they may not otherwise be able to bear. The simplest way to describe reinsurance is insurance for insurance companies. Reinsurance helps insurers fulfill their financial obligations to insureds. Reinsurance is a business relationship between insurers and reinsurers. Both must understand each other’s function because both share the common goal of producing profitable business for their companies. As a representative of either an insurer or a reinsurer, you need a solid understanding of this very useful tool. In this module you will learn about the fundamental concepts and principles of reinsurance, the different roles of parties in reinsurance relationships, the various types and forms of reinsurance agreements, the commonly used reinsurance agreement articles, the issues in evaluating reinsurance proposals, and the role of captives and risk retention groups. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 6 Waiver

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Cyber Liability, Certificate in Medical Professional Liability, Certificate in PLI, Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation, Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation

In order to waive Module 6 (including the exam), you need to meet one of the following criteria: AIC (with certificate from issuing institution) Legal Principles Claims Specialist (with certificate from issuing institution)

Module 6: Professional Liability Insurance Claims

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Cyber Liability, Certificate in Medical Professional Liability, Certificate in PLI, Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation, Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation

To an insured, the true value of professional liability insurance (PLI) is most often realized when the insured is faced with a claim. How a claim is handled and ultimately settled is of utmost importance to both the insured and the insurer. The goals of both parties are to reach a reasonable settlement and to minimize losses. This module will help build your knowledge of the basic insurance claims concepts that form the foundation of PLI. Just as many different types of professionals exist, all with different needs and exposures, many lines of PLI exist that are designed to address those needs. Each type of PLI has unique features and characteristics. However, many features and claim concepts are consistent across all types of PLI. This module examines the basic features and concepts of PLI claims. Unique claim features of specific lines of PLI are addressed in subsequent modules. In this module you will gain a greater understanding of the claims management process, the importance of managing relationships with policyholders, and when and how to defend or settle a claim. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 8: Directors & Officers Liability Insurance Introduction

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Executive Liability, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation

You may think that Directors and Officers (D&O) coverage is only for large, public companies. However, the directors and officers of small, private companies and even non-profit organizations now have a greater risk of D&O lawsuits than they did in the past. Understanding the exposures that directors and officers face, as well as the coverage and protection provided by D&O liability insurance, increases your value to both your company and to your clients. This module introduces you to the types of exposures and coverage offered, and your role in providing this important product to your client companies. This introductory module prepares you to move on to Module 9: Public/Financial D&O Liability Insurance and Module 10: Private/Non-Profit D&O Insurance should you choose to do so. In this module you will learn the fundamental concepts and principles of D&O liability insurance, the basic features found in D&O policies, the different roles of the parties involved in D&O liability claims and claims management, the sources of liability for directors and officers and the links between statutory law, case law, and the D&O coverage offered by insurers. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 9: Public / Financial D&O Liability Insurance

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Executive Liability, Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

Directors and Officers (D&O) liability insurance is intended to protect directors and officers from personal liability they may face based on their actions while fulfilling the duties they owe to the shareholders of their organizations. This module was developed to help increase your knowledge of D&O liability insurance for publicly traded companies and financial organizations. This module expands on Module 8: Directors and Officers (D&O) Liability Insurance: Overview by focusing on the liability of public companies and financial organizations and the types of D&O coverage available for these exposures. In this module you will learn about the D&O liability underwriting process, the key sections of D&O policies, the relationship between different types of excess D&O policies and the coverage provided by these types of excess policies. You will also gain knowledge of the sources of liability for directors and officers of banks and other financial services companies, the policies and endorsements that cover the liabilities of banks and their directors, officers, and employees as well as the current trends and issues affecting the directors and officers liability insurance markets. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 10: Private / Non-Profit D&O Liability Insurance

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Executive Liability, Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation, Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

D&O liability insurance is intended to protect directors and officers from the personal liability they may face based on their actions while fulfilling their duties to their organizations. This module is designed to help increase your knowledge of D&O liability insurance for private companies and non-profit organizations and provides information to help you in selling, underwriting, or managing claims for D&O liability insurance for private companies or non-profit organizations. This module expands on Module 8: Directors and Officers (D&O) Liability Insurance: Introduction by focusing on the specific liability exposures of private companies and non-profit organizations, and the types of D&O coverage available for those exposures. In this module you will learn about the fundamental concepts of D&O insurance, the exposures that directors and officers of private companies and non-profit organizations face, the underwriting process for D&O policies, the key provisions and features of D&O policies for private companies and non-profit organizations, and the current trends and issues affecting the D&O insurance market for private companies and non-profit organizations. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 11: Employment Practices Liability

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Executive Liability, Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

This module is designed to help develop or improve your professional skills in selling, underwriting, or managing claims for EPLI. During the last two centuries, many laws have been passed to protect the rights of employees, and employment-related legislation has exploded during the past 50 years. Since the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, federal, state, and local laws have continued to expand employee rights and increase the potential liability of employers. This increased liability and the corresponding lawsuits have paved the way for EPLI. EPLI insures businesses against damages and legal defense expenses resulting from wrongful acts arising from their employment practices, which can include discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, and other related workplace infractions. The EPLI product did not even exist until the 1990s. However, today EPLI is an important part of the professional liability insurance market. In this module you will learn about the different principles and concepts that affect EPLI, how clients' risks are addressed by EPLI policies, and the complications the can arise from EPLI claims, litigation, and settlements. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 12: Fiduciary Liability Insurance

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Certification Programs: Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

A fiduciary is a person or organization that holds a position of confidence or trust with respect to another party (“the beneficiary”), especially when that person or organization controls the beneficiary’s assets. There are many different types of fiduciaries, depending on the circumstances. Fiduciary liability insurance is focused on the fiduciaries of employee benefit plans and their duties to act in the best interests of the plan participants and their beneficiaries. This module will help you develop skills in selling, underwriting, and handling claims in fiduciary liability insurance. In this module you will gain a better understanding of fiduciary liability and common exposures to fiduciary liability claims as well as a greater ability to assess the potential risks of claims against fiduciary liability insurance policies. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 13: Fidelity & Crime Insurance for Commercial & Government Entities

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Certification Programs: Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

This module covers fidelity and crime insurance for commercial and governmental entities. This type of insurance primarily protects commercial, non-profit, and governmental entities from losses due to employee dishonesty, theft, and robbery. Another type of fidelity and crime insurance is also available for financial institutions, such as banks, stockbrokers, insurance companies, mutual funds, mortgage banking entities, savings banks, and credit unions. This other type of fidelity and crime insurance is designed to handle the more significant exposures of financial institutions and is covered in the module titled, Financial Institution Bonds. This module is designed to provide a foundation of the concepts needed to understand the various aspects of fidelity and crime insurance. In this module you will learn the concepts and fundamentals of underwriting fidelity and crime insurance, the unique features of these insurance policies, claims and litigation and how to help determine your clients' potential fidelity and crime insurance exposures. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 14: Financial Institution Bonds

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Certification Programs: Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

Compared to commercial and governmental entities, financial institutions often have greater exposure to loss due to employee dishonesty and other crime perils committed by non-employees, such as robberies, burglaries, and larcenies. Financial institution bonds are designed for brokerage firms, investment banks, mortgage banks, finance companies, credit unions, commercial banks, savings banks, savings and loan associations, and insurance companies. These bonds protect financial institutions from losses due to employee dishonesty, theft, and robbery. Financial institution bonds may also provide coverage for exposures unique to financial institutions, such as forgery, counterfeit currency, safe deposit liability, securities fraud, and computer fraud, to name a few. This module will give you a better understanding of how financial institution bonds have evolved to their current form. You will learn the typical coverages provided by these bonds and the key issues that are pertinent to underwrite this type of coverage. You will also learn about the risk management and claims management processes for these bonds. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 15: Lawyers Professional Liability Insurance

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Errors & Omissions (E&O), Certificate in Executive Liability, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

Lawyers are expected to deliver a high standard of care and expertise when providing legal services. When they fail to meet these expectations, lawyers may be held liable for the harm caused to their clients or to the public. Failing to perform professional services according to the expected standards of care may put the lawyer’s assets and the lawyer’s professional reputation at risk. Because of the risks lawyers and law firms are exposure to, it is advisable for lawyers to carry professional liability insurance coverage to protect them from the financial consequences of errors or omissions committed in the rendering of professional services. Lawyers Professional Liability Insurance (LPLI) provides coverage to individual lawyers as well as to law firms and their attorneys. LPLI is a challenging insurance product in which lawyers defend other lawyers. Specialty lines insurers may have specialists who focus only on LPLI. Note that this module is designed for the generalist who will occasionally sell or underwrite LPLI, not for those who specialize in LPLI. In this module you will gain a better understanding of the fundamental concepts, forms, and features of LPLI and improved knowledge of the basic concepts of the legal profession and the legal market. You will also learn about key sections and provisions of LPLI policies, the LPLI claims management process, risk management, and the current trends and issues in the LPLI market. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 16: Accountants Professional Liability Insurance

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Errors & Omissions (E&O), Certificate in Executive Liability, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

Many different types of professionals exist, all with different needs and risks. Similarly, many lines of PLI are available to fulfill those needs and protect those risks. Accountants Professional Liability Insurance (APLI) is a specialty line of PLI designed to meet the specific needs and risks of members of the accounting profession. This module was developed to introduce you to the types of exposures that accountants face and to help you recognize the legal duties that accountants owe to clients.In this module you will gain improved knowledge of the fundamental concepts and features of APLI, the types of services that accountants provide, and the duties, standards, and regulations that apply to the accounting profession. You will also learn about APLI claims, underwriting, and risk control. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 18: E&O for Design Professionals

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Errors & Omissions (E&O), Certificate in Executive Liability, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

Design professionals, like lawyers, physicians, and other professionals, are expected to meet a high standard of care and provide professional services with care. The failure to perform professional services according to the expected standard of care may result in costly litigation and may also put both the design professionals’ assets and reputation at risk. Having appropriate liability protection is particularly important to all design professionals due to the high costs and serious consequences of a professional liability suit. Design professionals are encouraged to obtain E&O coverage to protect them from the financial consequences of errors or omissions committed in the rendering of professional services. This coverage is called E&O for Design Professionals and is also called Architects and Engineers (A&E) Professional Liability Insurance. This module is designed to help develop or improve your professional skills in selling or underwriting E&O for design professionals, or in managing such claims. In this module you will gain basic knowledge of the fundamental characteristics of E&O for design professionals, the common policy features, and coverages. You will learn the key professional liability exposures of various design professionals and the fundamentals features, coverage, and key policy provisions of E&O for design professionals. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 19: E&O for Real Estate Professionals

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Errors & Omissions (E&O), Certificate in Executive Liability, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

Real estate professionals are at risk for liability every day and for every transaction. Increasingly, consumers are turning to real estate professionals for expert advice. Unfortunately, if those real estate professionals make errors or omissions, or if they are somehow negligent in the performance of their duties, then they could be held accountable for any losses sustained. The high costs and serious consequences of a professional liability suit mean that comprehensive protection is particularly important for all real estate professionals. Fortunately, real estate professionals can be protected from liability in the performance of their professional services. Errors and omissions (E&O) insurance for real estate professionals protects these professionals from the financial consequences of errors or omissions committed in the rendering of professional services. In this module you will learn about the roles and functions of various types of real estate professionals and the fundamental concepts of E&O insurance for real estate professionals. This module will help you gain a greater understanding of the key sections, provisions , and policy endorsements of E&O policies for real estate professionals, the various types of claims made against real estate agents/brokers, and risk management programs and techniques for these professionals. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 20: E&O for Insurance Professionals

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Errors & Omissions (E&O), Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

E&O for insurance professionals is a type of errors and omissions (E&O) insurance that provides protection from the financial consequences of negligent acts, errors, or omissions. Insurance professionals generally recognize their need for this coverage. In many situations, they are required by state regulations or contractual agreements to carry PLI coverage. Insurance professionals working for insurance companies, agencies, brokerage firms, claims service companies, or other firms are typically provided coverage under their employer’s PLI insurance. Insurance agents/brokers, TPAs, and other independent insurance professionals need to purchase their own PLI insurance to protect them from serious financial losses arising from the rendering of or failure to render professional services. Note that insurance agents/brokers comprise the majority of the market for E&O coverage for insurance professionals. Note that this module is designed for the insurance generalist who occasionally sells or underwrites insurance professionals E&O or for those who are just beginning their career in E&O for insurance professionals. In this module you will learn about the fundamental features of E&O for insurance professionals, the key professional liability exposures of various types of insurance professionals, and the features, coverages, and key policy provisions of E&O for insurance professionals. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 22: Media Professional Liability Insurance

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Errors & Omissions (E&O), Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

Media professionals and organizations, and other individuals with media-related exposures, may face potential liability for defamation, invasion of privacy, intellectual property infringement, and their errors and omissions. Media PLI is written specifically to protect media professionals, media organizations, and other individuals and businesses against claims arising out of creating, publishing, broadcasting, producing, licensing, gathering, acquiring, communicating, or disseminating information. Note that no standard form is available for media PLI policies, and policy provisions in media PLI vary by carrier. The overall goal of this module is to help you develop an understanding of media PLI so that you can more effectively sell, underwrite, or manage claims for this type of coverage. In this module you will learn about the fundamental concepts of Media PLI, the services provided by media professionals and organizations as well as the laws affecting these professionals and organizations. You will gain a greater understanding of the key sections and provisions of Media PLI, an enhanced ability to asses the various factors considered in underwriting and rating Media PLI coverage, and increased insight into the claims management and risk management components of Media PLI. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

Module 23: Cyber Risk

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Certification Programs: Certificate in Cyber Liability, Certificate in Errors & Omissions (E&O), Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation, Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) Designation, RPLU+ Designation

Cyber risk insurance refers to the various policies that have been and are being developed to provide coverage for technology-related risks. Cyber risk insurance is a developing market that is still being defined by changing technology, court decisions, and the business community’s insurance requirements. No matter your market segment, your clients will likely be at risk for cyber liability losses. This module will help build your knowledge of cyber risk insurance and introduce you to the types of liability and the sources of cyber exposures. It also discusses the underwriting factors, policy provisions, and claims and risk management protocols associated with different types of cyber risks. In this module you will gain a greater ability to identify potential cyber risks and liability, improved knowledge of what laws regulate cyber activities and how new legislation may affect future risks and coverage, and additional knowledge on the underwriting challenges associated with cyber risk insurance and the unique aspects of the cyber claims management process. You'll need to view each lesson in its entirety and pass the final module exam in order for the module to count towards the requirement for a PLUS Designation and/or Certificate. This course is not eligible for CE credit towards a state insurance license.

2024 Cyber Symposium On-Demand

CEUs: 5.00
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Certification Programs: CPLP Designation Renewal, Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation

Purchase includes access to session recordings from the 2024 PLUS Cyber Symposium, held in-person on February 14 - 15 in New York. Please note: On-demand recordings are not eligible for CE/CLE credit but do satisfy the self-reporting credit requirement for those who have a CPLP designation.

2024 D&O Symposium On-Demand

CEUs: 0.00
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Certification Programs: ExecPLP Designation Renewal

Purchase includes access to session recordings and materials from the 2024 PLUS D&O Symposium, held in-person on February 14 - 15 in New York. Please note: On-demand recordings are not eligible for CE/CLE credit but do satisfy the self-reporting credit requirement for those who have an ExecPLP designation.

Cyber University On-Demand | Spring 2024

CEUs: 0.00
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Certification Programs: Cyber Professional Liability Practitioner (CPLP) Designation

Purchase includes access to session recordings and materials from the 2024 PLUS Cyber University | Spring Session, held virtually on March 28 - 30. Please note: On-demand recordings are not eligible for CE/CLE credit but do satisfy the Cyber University requirement for those pursuing a CPLP designation.

D&O University On-Demand | Spring 2024

CEUs: 0.00
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Certification Programs: Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) Designation

Purchase includes access to session recordings and materials from the 2024 PLUS D&O University | Spring Session, held virtually on April 11 - 12. Please note: On-demand recordings are not eligible for CE/CLE credit but do satisfy the D&O University requirement for those pursuing an ExecPLP designation.

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