AILP Issues: Personal Residential Part 2
This is a MAIA Program.
This class is part of MAIA’s Accredited Insurance Lines Professional (AILP) program. AILP courses are appropriate for any insurance agency employee who wants to build a solid base of practical knowledge to facilitate their career performance and advancement — agency producers, account managers, CSRs, underwriters, adjusters, etc.
Participants should have at least two years’ experience in the field of insurance and have completed beginners’ insurance courses in the fundamental topics (or have a producer license).
Loss settlement problems such as R/C vs. Ordinance or law; Effect of Specified Coverage A vs. Additional limits of liability
endorsements; Special Loss settlement endorsement
Waiver of Subrogation or not
Section II Exposures: Personal injury and social media, Toys, recreational vehicles owned or rented, Host liquor problems and
the personal party, Vacations and watercraft, Aircraft issues – drones and traveling, How much loss assessment is enough
*this class was previously called AILP Core: Personal Residential Issues II
Sign-in begins 30 minutes prior to the class start time.
8:00 am to 3:00 pm
PRICE: Members: $160 / Non-Members: $260
PROMETRIC NUMBER: 20412
Your link for the webinar will be emailed to you 1-2 weeks prior to the class. Reminders will also be sent 24 hours and 1 hour prior to the class.Online
Exam Information The online exam will open at 3:30 PM on the day of the class, and close at 3:30 PM the following day. You may take it any time within that timeframe, but once you start, you will have 60 minutes to complete it.
- You will need to have a disinterested third-party proctor to monitor you while taking the online exam and sign an affidavit.
- On the day of the exam, you will receive an email with exam access information and a downloadable Affidavit form. Prior to taking the exam, please review the Affidavit and fill out the top of the form. The proctor will then need to complete and sign the bottom of the form.
Taking the test is NOT required to earn CE but is required if you wish to earn the designation.